AT A GLANCE
Records: North Carolina 31-21 (14-13 ACC), Miami 38-14 (22-5 ACC)
Rankings: Miami is ranked No. 4 by Collegiate Baseball, No. 7 by Baseball America, No. 9 by Perfect Game and No. 12 by the USA Today coaches' poll.
Video: CSS/ESPN3 (Thursday), CSS/ESPN3 (Friday) and ESPNU (Saturday).
Audio: GoHeels.com. All three games will be streamed live on GoHeels.com.
On The Web: GoHeels.com • Twitter: @DiamondHeels
|Video||Carolina Probable Starters||Miami Probable Starters|
|Thursday • 7:30 p.m.||CSS/ESPN3
||RHP Trent Thornton (7-3, 2.06 ERA)||LHP Chris Diaz (9-0, 2.05 ERA)
|Friday • 7:30 p.m.||CSS/ESPN3
||RHP Benton Moss (3-2, 3.79 ERA)||LHP Andrew Suarez (5-2, 2.53 ERA)
|Saturday • Noon
||RHP Zac Gallen (5-3, 4.43 ERA)||LHP Bryan Radziewski (6-2, 3.38 ERA)
CAROLINA-MIAMI SERIES HISTORY
• North Carolina is 24-30-1 all-time against Miami, including a 14-15-1 mark under head coach Mike Fox.
• Carolina has won three straight against the Hurricanes, including a 10-0 eight-inning mercy rule win in the 2013 ACC tournament. The Tar Heels also took two of three from the Canes in Chapel Hill during the 2013 regular season.
• Miami has won six in a row over the Tar Heels in Coral Gables with a pair of three-game sweeps in 2010 and 2012. Carolina's last wins at Mark Light Field came in 2008 when UNC took two of three.
• UNC is 6-9 at Miami under Fox, but the Tar Heels have won three of the five series in Coral Gables since 2004.