Hobbs Johnson earns regional start with a year long effort

Hobbs Johnson turned up his studying efforts and turned in four A’s in the summer of 2011. Since then, the Rocky Mount native has worked his way from pitching just 3.2 innings as a freshman to a reliable starter for the Tar Heels. Not only did he break into the weekend rotation midway through this season, now he’ll be handed the ball in the Tar Heels first game in the Chapel Hill Regional. (Daily Tar Heel)

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