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Louisville baseball has won 11 straight

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The Louisville baseball team finished its seventh series sweep of the season on Sunday with a 9-4 triumph over Notre Dame in South Bend. The win, Louisville's 11th straight, brought the Cardinals' overall record to 42-6 and their mark in ACC play to 20-4.

This is the first time in the history of the program that U of L has had multiple 11-game winning streaks in a single season.

Colby Fitch and Brendan McKay were the offensive stars for the Cardinals on Sunday. The duo combined for seven hits, two home runs, six RBI and five runs scored. Louisville fell into a 4-1 hole early on, but wound up scoring the game's final eight runs.

With just two weeks to go in the 2017 regular season, here's how things look in the ACC:

ATLANTIC
SCHOOLS CONF W-L-T CONF PCT W-L-T PCT
Louisville 20-4-0 .833 42-6-0 .875
Clemson 16-8-0 .667 35-12-0 .745
Wake Forest 15-9-0 .625 32-14-0 .696
Florida State 11-12-0 .478 31-18-0 .633
NC State 11-13-0 .458 27-21-0 .563
Notre Dame 10-16-0 .385 23-25-0 .479
Boston College 8-19-0 .296 19-26-0 .422
COASTAL
SCHOOLS CONF W-L-T CONF PCT W-L-T PCT
North Carolina 19-5-0 .792 37-9-0 .804
Virginia 14-10-0 .583 36-11-0 .766
Miami 12-11-0 .522 24-23-0 .511
Duke 9-15-0 .375 23-23-0 .500
Georgia Tech 8-15-0 .348 23-21-0 .523
Pittsburgh 8-15-0 .348 21-23-0 .477
Virginia Tech 8-16-0 .333 20-27-0 .426

Louisville wraps up the regular season with the two biggest conference series on its schedule. The Cards will head to Clemson this coming weekend and then will host Florida State for the final three games before the conference tournament.

Before any of that goes down, however, there's this Tuesday night't Battle of the Barrel rivalry game against Vanderbilt. First pitch at Jim Patterson is slotted for 6 p.m.