Three Boston College players, Tom Bourdon, Stephen Sauter, and Jimmy Dowdell – all had multiple hits as BC defeated Harvard 8-6 Monday afternoon. Five Eagle pitchers – Matt Alvarez, Austin Solecitto, John Nicklas, Nate Bayuk, and Nick Poore combined to strike out eight, walk six and give up six runs in the 8-6 victory over Harvard. Continue reading ACC Recap for April 3rd
Game 1: #3 North Carolina 10 Xavier 2
Carolina took a commanding four-run lead after the first inning in game one and never looked back en route to a 10-2 season-opening victory over Xavier.
Tommy Coyle opened the year as he finished 2011 by reaching base safely for the 30th consecutive game with a single to left field in the first. Colin Moran followed with a single of his own before Cody Stubbs was hit by a pitch to load the bases for Jacob Stallings. Continue reading ACC Recap for Feb. 17th
By Greg Waters
The top-seeded Virginia Cavaliers (49-8) swept their four games at the ACC baseball Tournament and claimed their third league title and second in the last three seasons with a 7 to 2 win over two-seeded Florida State. All three Virginia championships have been won at the Durham Bulls Park where the Hoos remained undefeated in the ACC Tournament play in three tournaments. Continue reading Virginia wins 2011 ACC Championship
By: Greg Waters
Mike McGee (3-3), Brian Busch and Daniel Bennett held Georgia Tech to two runs and catcher Rafael Lopez went 2-for-5 and scored twice as the Florida State Seminoles (42-16) held off a late rally by the Jackets to stay alive in the race for a spot in the ACC Tournament Championship game Sunday. Continue reading 2011 ACC Baseball Tourney Day 4 Recap
By: Greg Waters
Will Roberts went five strong innings over a nine-hour period and Branden Kline pitched the final inning and 2/3 as the Virginia Cavaliers (47-9) improved to 2-0 in pool A of the ACC Tournament.
Kenny Swab paced the hot-hitting Cavaliers going 4-for-5 including two doubles while delivering 4-RBI. Continue reading 2011 ACC Baseball Tournament Day 3 Recap
By Greg Waters
Eerily reminiscent of two weeks ago when the Heels blew a four-run 9th inning lead in game two of their series against Georgia Tech, again today North Carolina (44-13) could not hold a five-run lead falling to Miami (35-20) 7-5.
Miami freshman A.J. Salcines picks up the win in relief for his first career victory and Zeke DeVoss paced the Hurricane attack going 4-for-4 with two walks, three RBIs and three stolen bases. Bryan Radziewski started the contest for UM but was lifted after five innings after giving up five runs and six walk on 93 pitches. Continue reading 2011 ACC Tournament Day 2 Recap
By: Greg Waters
Chris Epps’ three-run blast was all the run support Dominic Leone and David Haselden needed as the Clemson (40-17) pitching duo combined for a six-hit shutout of third-seeded Georgia Tech (39-18). The 9-0 win was Clemson’s 26 in its last 31 games and marks the first time since June 1, 2008 that Georgia Tech has been shutout; a span of 177 games. Continue reading 2011 ACC Baseball Tourney: Day 1 Recap
#14 North Carolina 3 #1 Virginia 2
CHAPEL HILL, N.C. – No. 13 North Carolina capped off a three-game series sweep of top-ranked Virginia (44-12, 22-8 ACC) as the Tar Heels (44-12, 20-10 ACC) used a three-run fifth inning en route to a 3-2 win over the Cavaliers Saturday afternoon on senior day at Boshamer Stadium. Continue reading ACC Recap for May 21st
#14 North Carolina 2 #1 Virginia 1
CHAPEL HILL, N.C. – Freshman left-hander Kent Emanuel withstood the test from No. 1 Virginia (45-8, 22-7 ACC) Friday night and No. 13 Carolina (43-12, 19-10 ACC) picked up a pair of eighth-inning runs to claim a 2-1 victory over the Cavaliers. Carolina’s two and three hitters, Levi Michael and Colin Moran, each drove in a run in the go-ahead eighth inning. The Cavaliers drop a series for the first time all season and the Tar Heels will look for the sweep on Saturday. Continue reading ACC Recap for May 20th
#14 North Carolina 6 #1 Virginia 0
CHAPEL HILL, N.C. – As was expected a pitcher’s duel broke out Thursday evening at Boshamer Stadium as No. 1 Virginia’s (45-7, 22-6 ACC) Cody Winiarski and North Carolina’s (42-12, 18-10 ACC) Patrick Johnson twirled five innings of shutout ball. Winiarksi would be the first to buckle as the Tar Heels exploded for five runs in the sixth inning to take the lead and Patrick Johnson went on to throw the first complete game shutout by a Tar Heel since Alex White in 2009 as he improved to 10-1 on the year. Continue reading ACC Recap for May 19th