Kent Emanuel's complete-game shutout lifts Tar Heels in CWS

The games keep getting bigger for North Carolina, and Kent Emanuel keeps getting better. The freshman left-hander pitched the first complete-game shutout at the College World Series in five years in a 3-0 victory that eliminated Texas on Monday. Emanuel limited the Longhorns to four singles in his third win of the NCAA tournament and first career shutout. (Tar Heel Blue)

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