Pack to scrimmage U-18 national team

Staff reportsSeptember 14, 2011 

The N.C. State baseball team will scrimmage the USA Baseball 18-and-under National team today at 7:15 p.m. at Doak Field. Admission is free.

The team, along with the N.C. State softball team, also will attend a 4:30 p.m. fundraiser to benefit the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society at Amedeo's Restaurant on Western Boulevard. The baseball team will be there until about 5:15.

Volleyball: Despite 22 attack errors, Duke downed Campbell 3-0: 25-18, 25-17, 25-18 Tuesday night at Cameron Indoor Stadium. The Blue Devils (5-3) broke a three-match losing streak. Campbell is 4-8. Freshman Jeme Obeime led Duke with 14 kills.

N.C. Central freshman outside hitter Dayanna Arrufat has been named the NCCU Student-Athlete of the Month for August.

Men's soccer: After a slow first half, the No. 4 North Carolina Tar Heels scored three second-half goals en route to a 4-1 win over James Madison. Junior Enzo Martinez notched his first two-goal game of the season for the Tar Heels (4-1-0).

Men's golf: Campbell shot a 31-under-par 833, a 54-hole school record, to win the Golfweek Program Challenge at Pawleys Island, S.C., by seven strokes over Jacksonville State and South Florida.

North Carolina opened its fall season with a fifth-place finish at the Wolverine Intercollegiate. UNC shot a 9-over-par 293 in the final round to finish at 14-over 866. Three Tar Heels tied for 22nd place in individual play.

Women's golf: N.C. State, Wake Forest and North Carolina competed in the Cougar Classic, a tournament in Charleston that wrapped up Tuesday. The Tar Heels, led by sophomore Jackie Chang, shot an 11-under 853 to finish second. N.C. State shot 864 to finish tied for fourth. Wake Forest placed 15th.

Cross country: Duke freshman Morgan Pearson was named the ACC Men's Cross Country Performer of the Week Tuesday following a first-place finish at the James Madison Invitational. Pearson's led the field of 79 competitors at Saturday's invitational, posting a time of 25:01.50 on the 7.9K course.

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