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The North Carolina Tar Heels appear to be on the verge of "Ramming" their way to another College World Series appearance. UNC is one win away from wearing 2013 CWS Bound shirts and apparel.

North Carolina Baseball and UNC CWS History

North Carolina has been named the No. 1 overall seed in the 2013 NCAA Baseball Tournament!

UNC posted an overall 47-8 record (21-7 ACC) in the regular season and put themselves in great position to make a run at the College World Series for their 10th time.

6/8/13 Update: North Carolina defeated South Carolina 6-5 in Gm. 1 of the Chapel Hill Regional. UNC will be Omaha bound with a win Sunday.

6/4/13 Update: UNC wins the Chapel Hill NCAA Regional. The Tar Heels defeated Florida Atlantic in dramatic-extra innings fashion to advance to the Super Regionals. The Tar Heels will face South Carolina in the best of 3 series. For fans to enjoy wearing UNC 2013 CWS T-Shirts, North Carolina will have to be a Gamecocks program that has won 2 of the last 3 men's College World Series.

ACC Champs! UNC won its sixth ACC Tournament championship with a 5-1 win over Virginia Tech on May 26th. In recent years the Tar Heels have been a regular in Omaha, with appearances in 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2011. Athough UNC has been to Omaha 9 times, fans have yet had the honor of wearing UNC World Series Champions T-Shirts. However, the Tar Heels have come close, having finished as CWS runner-ups in 2006 and 2007. Not only did North Carolina earn the best record in the ACC, but they also swept ACC Player of the Year (Colin Moran) and the ACC's Pitcher of the Year honors (Kent Emanuel).

- Collin Moran, a junior from Rye, N.Y., led in the nation in RBIs with 83 and ranked third among ACC batters with a .376 average. In 55 games, Moran also hit 13 HR's and earned a .624 slugging pct. Moran was selected 6th overall in the 2013 MLB Draft by the Miami Marlins.

- Kent Emanuel earned a 9-3 record and a 2.28 ERA. His 102.2 innings pitched led all ACC pitchers, and he tied for the league lead in regular season wins.


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