UNC aces its second test

North Carolina's baseball team spent part of the regular season ranked No. 1 nationally. In the second round of the College World Series against Clemson on Sunday, the Tar Heels indeed looked like the best team in the country. With junior right-hander Robert Woodard pitching the game of his life, the Tar Heels skunked ACC champion Clemson 2-0 and assumed a commanding position in the upper bracket of the double-elimination event at Rosenblatt Stadium. (Raleigh News & Observer)

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