Canes-Barbour won its second straight tournament in as many weekends, going 5-0 at the Perfect Game UNC Asheville Invitational to take the championship. Playing with just ten players, the Canes got contributions from every player on the roster, outscoring the five opponents 42-11.
Nine of those ten players saw action on the mound, as the Canes allowed just five earned runs in the five games, posting an ERA of 1.17 over the weekend. After winning a one-run decision in the semifinals, the championship game was emblematic of the team-wide offensive output throughout the weekend, as every player on the roster reached base at least once in the 10-4 win. Playing in their first wood bat tournament of the summer, the Canes hit .309 as a team for the entire event. Ty Mathis was named the MVP by Perfect Game.