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Web Run: Wolfpack completes the sweep

Trailing 4-0 after five innings, NC State erupted for seven runs in the sixth inning and went on to defeat San Diego State 9-4 Sunday afternoon in the final game of the three-game series at Doak Field. <p><small><b>Other featured stories for 2/21:</b></small> <li><a href="http://www.heraldsun.com/sports/18-578859.html" target=blank><b>Déjà vu for Heels, Wolfpack </b></a>

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School Conference Overall
North Carolina 10-2 22-3
Wake Forest 10-3 22-4
Duke 9-4 19-4
Maryland 7-6 16-8
Virginia Tech 7-6 14-10
Georgia Tech 6-6 15-8
Miami 6-7 15-9
NC State 5-7 15-10
Virginia 4-9 13-11
Florida State 3-9 11-15
Clemson 2-10 12-13



"N.C. State made two small steps in the right direction this past week," said Jerry Palm of CollegeRPI.com. "To me, they have to win at least three of four just to get in the [NCAA Tournament] conversation. I don't think three of four gets them in the tournament. It gets them in the position to be talked about by the [NCAA] committee. If you want to call that 'the bubble,' they'd be on it. That's it." - Jerry Palm of CollegeRPI.com



Wolfpack Rallies Past San Diego State, 9-4
GoPack.com
Trailing 4-0 after five innings, NC State erupted for seven runs in the sixth inning and went on to defeat San Diego State 9-4 Sunday afternoon in the final game of the three-game series at Doak Field. The Wolfpack, which swept the three-game series from the Aztecs, improved to 7-1 and extended its current winning streak to a season-best four games. San Diego State dropped to 2-8 with the loss. Adam McLaurin (1-0) picked up the win with three shutout innings in relief of starter Jeff Stallings. He walked one, struck out one and hit a batter, but allowed just one runner past first base. Aztecs starter Andres Esquivel (1-2) pitched brilliantly for five innings, but was unable to retire any of the six men he faced in the sixth inning and was tagged with the loss after allowing six runs on seven hits. He walked one and struck out one. Read More

Déjà vu for Heels, Wolfpack
Andrew Jones * Star News
It was so good the first time that the teams played it again. In a replica of the first meeting between the teams, the No. 8 North Carolina women defeated No. 21 N.C. State 75-72 at the Smith Center on Sunday afternoon. Bodies flew, whistles blew, and UNC rallied in the second half to beat a Wolfpack team thinking upset. Read More



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