NCAA Baseball 2013: Rain delay for Chapel Hill super regional

Matt Ryerson-US PRESSWIRE

Tropical Storm Andrea has pushed back the first pitch of North Carolina and South Carolina and is threatening to delay N.C. State and Rice.

UPDATE: Tournament officals have announced that Friday's Chapel Hill super regional showdown between Norht Carolina and South Carolina has been moved to noon ET Saturday on ESPN. Click here for the latest.

Heavy rains from Tropical Storm Andrea have delayed Friday's NCAA Baseball Tournament super regional contest between North Carolina and South Carolina in Chapel Hill. First pitch was originally scheduled for 1 p.m. ET, but will now start no earlier than 3 p.m.

Tournament officials will continue to monitor the situation and provide updates later in the day. Visit GoHeels.com for the latest.

The storm may also affect the game between N.C. State and Rice in Raleigh, N.C., currently scheduled for 4 p.m. ET. Officials will hold a meeting at noon to determine whether the game will be delayed. Visit GoPack.com for up-to-date scheduling information.

North Carolina is the tournament's No. 1 overall seed and is looking to win their first national championship in school history. South Carolina has played in the last three College World Series finals, winning the title in 2010 and 2011.

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