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Charlotte enters this week 19-6 overall, tied for first in the Atlantic 10 Conference with a 2-1 record. The 49ers are receiving votes in both the ESPN/USA Today Coaches Poll and the National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association polls. The 49ers sport a 17-4 home mark, while an even 2-2 on the road. The Tar Heels, who are 23-3 (7-2 ACC) on the season, are on a nine game winning streak. Wake Forest handed North Carolina two of their losses, while the other came at the hands of Seton Hall. Freshman Colin Moran, who has played in all 26 games, leads the Tar Heels with a batting average of .367 and has a team-leading 35 RBI. Senior Jesse Wierzbicki is second on the team with 24 RBIs while hitting.352. Right-hander Cody Stiles (3-0) has pitched 26.2 innings for the North Carolina with an ERA of 1.69. Left-hander Kent Emanuel (4-1), who pitched against the Niners when they met earlier in the season, has a 2.04 ERA during his 35.1 innings of action. Charlotte will start freshman lefty Micah Bryan (1-0, 3.86, 5 K, 9 BB) Tuesday against the Tar Heels. Wednesday.
I will be there, trying to drown out my sister and her hubby who are Tar Hole fans... I have never been to a Niner baseball game before, or any collegiate baseball game for that matter. Heck, this will be only my second baseball game ever.
Quote from: freedomunique on March 29, 2011, 02:22:18 amI will be there, trying to drown out my sister and her hubby who are Tar Hole fans... I have never been to a Niner baseball game before, or any collegiate baseball game for that matter. Heck, this will be only my second baseball game ever. My advice to you would be to get there early today, especially if you have GA tickets. Parking will be terrible near the Hayes, so unless you get there really early, you will have to park at the Union Deck or one of the lots over there. The GA seats are also first come first serve, so its good to get there in time to get a good place to sit.
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