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Gallery: Seahawks knocked down by no. 7 Wolfpack

Noah Liles (5) high-fives Noah Bridges (22) during UNCW's contest against N.C. State at Brooks Field on April 16, 2019.

Noah Powers, Assistant Sports Editor

April 17, 2019

STORY: #7 NC State 14 UNCW 7 Unlike UNC Wilmington's upset over a top-25 Coastal Carolina team back in March, the Seahawks were unable to pull the upset at Brooks Field over 7th-ranked North Carolina State. Despite a grand slam from Noah Bridges to keep UNCW in the game, the Wolfpack downed the 'H...

Bridges’ slam not enough in loss to no. 7 Wolfpack

Noah Bridges (22) during UNCW's contest against N.C. State at Brooks Field on April 16, 2019.

Brandon Sans, Sports Editor

April 16, 2019

PHOTOS: #7 NC State 14 UNCW 7 It was like a boxing match on a baseball diamond. Both teams delivered big hits and traded blows at times, but it was North Carolina State who proved victorious at Brooks Field, 14-7, on Tuesday night. The Wolfpack jumped out early with five runs over the first...

Angeli’s RBI single, Jones’ four stolen bases lift Seahawks over No. 12 Coastal Carolina

Greg Jones (2) rounds third base during UNCW's matchup against Coastal Carolina at Brooks Field on March 26, 2019.

Noah Powers, Assistant Sports Editor

March 26, 2019

Coming off a sweep of Towson last weekend, UNC Wilmington (15-10) looked to keep that success alive against regional foe No. 12 Coastal Carolina. For the second time this season, the Seahawks welcomed the Chanticleers (18-6-1) to Brooks Field. The first meeting on Feb. 19 went in favor of Coastal...

Seahawks fall to Coastal Carolina

Doug Angeli (4) hits a homer during UNCW's matchup against Coastal Carolina on Feb. 19, 2019 at Brooks Field.

Brandon Sans, Sports Editor

February 20, 2019

UNC Wilmington baseball was on the wrong end of a game of scoring spurts in its 10-5 loss to no. 19 Coastal Carolina on Tuesday afternoon at Brooks Field. After splitting the series with the Chanticleers last season, the Seahawks (3-2) fell behind early in the first of three games between the teal...

Gallery: Diamond Hawks stage late-game comeback to down VMI

Gage Herring (40) throws a pitch during UNCW's matchup with VMI on Feb. 17, 2019.

Noah Powers, Assistant Sports Editor

February 17, 2019

After losing its season opener to Saint Joseph's on Friday afternoon, UNC Wilmington set out to redeem itself, winning the back three games of a four-game weekend slate, including a 5-3 come-from-behind victory over VMI on Sunday afternoon. After two quick outs in the top of ninth, VMI's Don Goodes...

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