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College Baseball Super Regionals

by Dan D'Uva
Wednesday, June 04, 2008

College Baseball Super Regionals
The 2008 Super Regionals begin Friday, June 6 with the top-16 teams remaining after the 64-team regionals last weekend. Teams advancing with Chatham A's connections include North Carolina, NC State and Georgia. The Tar Heels, the 2 National Seed, host their second Super Regional in as many seasons, last year defeating South Carolina in Chapel Hill. The 2008 opponent, Coastal Carolina, battles the Tar Heels at UNC's temporary home in Cary, NC. Georgia, the 8 National Seed, advanced through the Athens Regional the hard way, losing the first game and winning their last four in a row. The Bulldogs have never failed to advance in the NCAA Postseason when hosting at Foley Field. NC State visits Athens after hosting the Raleigh Regional, defeating South Carolina in the regional clinching game.

Cary Super Regional Coastal Carolina at North Carolina
The Tar Heels boast seven Chatham A's currently on the roster: Seth Williams ('06), Kyle Seager ('07-'08), Tim Federowicz ('07), Rob Wooten ('07), Alex White ('07-'08), Matt Harvey ('08) and Adam Warren ('08). Williams, Seager and Federowicz each hit home runs in the regional. Harvey, White and Warren each started a game. White threw his first complete game for the Tar Heels in his first NCAA Postseason win, allowing only three batters over the minimum.

Athens Super Regional NC State at Georgia
Former Chatham pitcher Nathan Moreau ('06-'07) started the Bulldogs' third game, a 14-3 revenge victory over Lipscomb, the team that handed UGA a loss two days earlier. Moreau, tossed seven solid innings, allowing three runs on eight hits with no walks and six strikeouts. The lefty junior improved his season record to 4-2 and dropped his ERA to 4.93 in over 65 innings.

NC State outfielder Jeremy Synan (Chatham '07-'08) went 2 for 8 in the three games in the Raleigh Regional, blasting a solo homer in the Wolfpack's win over South Carolina.

  • 2008 Super Regionals Schedule.

  • 28 A's in the NCAA Regionals.