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Kent Emanuel keeps UNC alive in Omaha

Monday, June 20, 2011

The 6-foot-4, 205-pound string bean of a freshman just stood on the mound and calmly pitched his way into the North Carolina record books. Facing elimination and a traditional big dog of the College World Series, the frosh pitched his way to nine stellar innings of four-hit, shutout baseball Monday to keep the Tar Heels alive for another day after the 3-0 win over Texas. (ESPN.com)

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