UVA Baseball: ‘Hoos head to UNC for weekend ACC series

uva baseballUVA Baseball (25-18, 9-12 ACC) will continue its Atlantic Coast Conference slate with a three-game series against No. 15 North Carolina (31-11, 13-8 ACC) beginning Friday. All three games will be carried live on ACC Network Extra.

Game Coverage

ACC Network is available to authenticated subscribers of ESPN3 and the WatchESPN app. Friday and Sunday’s games can be heard locally in Charlottesville on WINA 1070 AM/98.9 FM and anywhere on WINA.com. An audio broadcast of Saturday’s game will available exclusively on VirginiaSports.com. Links to all broadcasts as well as live stats are also available on VirginiaSports.com. Fans can follow @UVABaseball on twitter for in-game updates and the latest game information.

Probable Pitching Matchups

Friday – 6 p.m.

  • Virginia: RHP Noah Murdock (2-4, 5.02 ERA, 57.1 IP, 22 BB, 53 SO)
  • North Carolina: RHP Tyler Baum (7-2, 3.49 ERA, 56.2 IP, 18 BB, 65 SO)

Saturday – 3 p.m.

  • Virginia: RHP Griff McGarry (3-5, 3.67 ERA, 49.0 IP, 44 BB, 59 SO)
  • North Carolina: RHP Austin Bergner (4-0, 5.07 ERA, 55.0 IP, 18 BB, 55 SO)

Sunday – 1 p.m.

  • Virginia: RHP Mike Vasil (1-4, 6.09 ERA, 44.1 IP, 18 BB, 33 SO)
  • North Carolina: LHP Will Sandy (2-0, 6.42 ERA, 33.2 IP, 23 BB, 28 SO)


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