North Carolina baseball dominates Notre Dame with a 13-0 victory at home, hitting 3 home runs and collecting 11 hits in a seven-inning game.

By the Numbers
  • UNC improved to 21-0 at home this season.
  • Notre Dame lost its 10th consecutive conference road game.
  • Freshman Jason DeCaro pitched 6 shutout innings, allowing only 3 hits and 1 walk.
  • UNC's Parks Harber drove in 4 runs, including a two-run homer in the first inning.
  • Casey Cook and Luke Stevenson each hit a home run and brought in 3 runs.
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State of Play
  • UNC is on a hot streak, with 25 consecutive victories at Boshamer Stadium.
  • The series against Notre Dame will continue on Saturday, April 13, with Shea Sprague starting for UNC and Jack Radel for Notre Dame.
What's Next

The continuation of the series on Saturday will determine if UNC can maintain its winning streak at home and further solidify its position in the ACC.

Bottom Line

North Carolina's baseball team staged a dominant performance against Notre Dame, showcasing their hitting prowess and strong pitching to secure a decisive victory, maintaining an unbeaten record at home and setting a formidable presence in the conference.