Benton Moss improved to 4-0 and Zack Gahagan matched a career high with four RBIs as No. 18 North Carolina beat No. 10 Miami 10-3 in the series finale at Boshamer Stadium. Joe Dudek had two doubles and scored three times for the Tar Heels, who improved to 16-11 and 6-6 in the ACC. Miami got two more hits from Johnny Ruiz but fell to 20-9 and 8-4 in the league.
N.C. State: A five-run second-inning rally propelled the host Wolfpack to its sixth-consecutive win, a 9-2 victory that finished the sweep of Pittsburgh.
The Wolfpack (17-9, 6-5 ACC) went to its bullpen in the top of the first after falling behind the Panthers (11-15, 4-8), but reliever Joe O’Donnell limited the damage to a run, and N.C. State’s big inning provided the spark to cement the sweep.
ECU: Darien Stubbs’ inside the park home run capped a four-run seventh inning to lift Memphis ( 17-6, 2-1American) to a 4-2 win over host East Carolina ( 17-12, 1-2 ).
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Blake Myers (2-0) picked up his second win of the series, tossing a scoreless inning in relief where he allowed a hit, walk and fanned two. Starter Connor Alexander allowed both ECU runs (one earned) on four hits with three walks and a strikeout over five-plus innings.
N.C. Central: The team brought the tying run to the plate in the ninth inning, but he was stranded on first base as Wofford swept the three-game weekend series from Eagles with a 6-4 win.
Mount Olive: Jason Morozowski hit two home runs for No. 22 Mount Olive (24-9, 13-4 Conference Carolinas) as the Trojans defeated Emmanuel (4-26, 3-18) in game three 13-9 and swept the home series. Joe Koehler also went 3-for-3 with two RBI to help the Trojan’s offense.
Saint Augustine’s: Jeremy Sandifer scattered six hits and struck out eight in seven complete innings and the Falcons (11-15, 1-1) scored three runs in the fourth inning to secure a 4-2 win over Chowan (15-15, 5-5) 4-2 in the second game of the CIAA baseball doubleheader at Optimist Park won the first contest 5-2.
Campbell: Patrick Marshall drove in three and Radford dealt host Campbell a 6-2 loss .
Radford (15-11, 5-1 Big South) handed Campbell (20-8, 4-5) its first three-game sweep since May 2011 (at East Tennessee State).
N.C. State: Senior pitcher Emily Weiman etched her name atop the N.C. State record books with 91 career wins, as the team made beat Georgia Tech 10-0 to win the series against the Yellow Jackets.
Saint Augustine’s: Hannah Stutts and Taylor Walters each had four RBIs as Saint Augustine’s had 29 hits in two games combined to topple Livingstone College 12-1 and 17-0 in a CIAA softball doubleheader at Walnut Creek Softball Complex.
N.C. State: The team (9-10, 0-8 ACC), fell 7-0 to No. 19 Clemson (11-7, 6-3).
N.C. State: The team finished the first round of play at the 2015 Hootie at Bulls Bay Intercollegiate tied for 11th with a 295 (+7) at the Bulls Bay Golf Club in Awendaw, S.C.
Senior James Chapman carded an even-par 72 to end the day tied for 26th among the field of 75 golfers. Chapman was especially strong on par 4s during his first round, averaging a 3.75 on those.