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Scouting the No. 4-seeded UNC baseball opponents in the Chapel Hill Regional –

For the Tar Heels, freshman pitcher Jason DeCaro will get the get started against the NEC champion. The resident of Northhaven, NY said he has experience pitching against a number of players at LIU from his days at St. Anthony’s High School.

“It should be pretty fun to be on the same field as them again,” DeCaro says said.

No. 3 Seed: Wofford

The Terriers will play in the NCAA tournament for the second time in program history after winning the second time Southern Conference Tournament title. They will take on LSU in game one of the regional at noon on Friday.

Wofford has one of the best offenses in the country, set a new program record on walks with 603 And second place in the nation in scoring average with 10.2 runs per game. Extra-base hits have been his calling card, leading the country triples by 33.

UNC opat-ten also scoring a strike – will have to drop his bats in a potential matchup with Wofford later in the regional.

“I think we can just rely on what we’ve done since August,” senior first baseman Parks said Harber said. “We’ve really come together as a group and so we just know that our preparations are preparing us for this moment.”

No. 2 Seed: LSU

The reigning national champion will begin his title defense in Chapel Hill.

The Tigers have struggled in the SEC this season, finish 13-17 in conference and earning the No. 11 seed in the SEC tournament. However, they are one of the most popular teams in the country and are winning seven of the last eight games and fby just one point in the SEC title game to No. 1 national seed Tennessee.

“Their tradition, what they’ve done for college baseball, you have to respect it,” Forbes said said.

LSU is led by junior third baseman Tommy White, who hit .337 with 24 home runs this season. White is a familiar face for the Tar Heels earned ACC Freshman of the Year will be honored in 2022 as a member of NC State.

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“He’s a great player, and that was a crazy year,” senior shortstop Colby said Wilkerson said. “So it’ll be cool to get back on the field with him because you know, when the draft comes around, he’ll be a name that will pop up.”

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