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The hurt of losing the last game of a perfect tcason lessened considerably Friday
when the Carolina women heard they will eo to a port season basketball tournament
after alL - ;
Despite a probation that prevents thera from playing in the state tournament, and
despite a bitter 83-71 loss to defending state champions Eton College, the Carolina
team will go to the National Women's Invitational Tournament (NWIT) in Amarillo,
Texas, on March. 13, 14, and 15.
The NWIT is comparable to the men's National Invitational Tournament (NIT). It
is a single-elimination, consolation tournament, meaning each team will play until it
loses. There is abo a loser's bracket."
Carolina is one of eight teams participating in the tournament. Others competing
include last year's champions, the Flying Queens from Wayland Baptist College, and
the second place finisher, John F. Kennedy College from Wahoo, Nebraska-
The Carolina athletic department and women's coaches accepted the invitation to
the NWIT on Valentine's Day, but decided not to inform the team until after the Elon
game, which marked the end of regular season play.
Many thought the Elon match would be the final game for the 75 version of the
UNC women's team, which was put on probation by the North Carolina Association
of Intercollegiate Athletics for Women (NCAIAW). The Carolina team allegedly
broke the state AIAW regulations last season by holding illegal carry practices.
The terms of the probation prohibited their participation in the AIAW state
tournament, and therefore the chance to qualify for any other AIAW tournaments.
Lost to Elon .'
Carolina opened the season for Elon on a sour note by beating them 70-68 in the.
round-robin tournament held in Charmicheal Auditorium. But last Friday, Elon!
? returnin the favr by finishing the Tar Heel season negatively, making
UNCs final record 14-1.
While a score of 83-71 gives the false impression of an easy victory for the Fighting
Christians, the outcome was still not decided until the last five minutes of the game
when the Tar Heels were down by three.
tion increased that lead to five, thanks to a basket by Susan Yow. Carolina then S
committed four fouls in a minute-and-a-half, and the Christians connected on all but
one of their free throws to up their lead to 12.
The familiar alley-oop from Dawn Allred to Marsha Mann gave Carolina two, but $
m the next few seconds Mann fouled Sherri Pickard, and left the game with the highest g
individual talley, 24. $:
by JLn Thcnui
Asst. SporU Editor
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. Two
years ago, a freshman named Wally
Walker scorched the nets in Carmichael
Auditorium for Virginia's last win over
North Carolina until Saturday. Walker
was again instrumental in another
Cavalier upset, but this time it was
freshman guard Dave Koesters, who
wiinmeirs finish 9-2
by Tex Ward
North Carolina's women's swim team
ended its season Saturday in Richmond
defeating Virginia 78-55 and losing to
powerful Virginia Commonwealth 78-51.
The Tar Heels finished with a 9-2 record.
Madelyn Warcholic turned in another
outstanding performance winning the 200
yard individual medley (2:15.0) and the 100
Other Carolina winners were All-America
Nancy Noneman in the 50 backstroke (30.3);
Janet Shively in the 400 freestyle (4:15.6);
and Kathy Jacobs in the one-meter and
optional diving events. The 400 freestyle
relay team Warcholic, Shively, Noneman
aumeini fall to VirMMa
North Carolina's wrestlers, hobbled with
injuries, closed out the regular season
Saturday with a disappointing 28-14 loss to
Virginia in Carmichael Auditorium.
Carolina's record is now at 8-6 going into'
Friday's ACC tournament. Virginia is now
In the 118-pound weight class, Steve
Breece had little trouble pinning Gary
Friedman after 3:17. At 126, Scott
Conkwright, slowed by a kidney stone
ailment, lost an 8-4 decision to Virginia's
David Breece at 134 pinned Mike
McGonigal at 5:17 after being behind 5-1.
Bob Hardwick gained a superior decision
over Tim Reaume of Carolina with a 12-0
match score at 142. The Cavaliers gained
their second superior decision at 150 when
Matt Bacharach won 15-3 over Tim
UNCs Bob Reintgen tied PaulTershel 5-5
and Virginia's first pin came in the 167
pound division when Paul Gianchetti pinned
Carolina's Charlie Barker at 4:35. Then
Virginia's Nich Jahovski decisioned Bucky
Gaudreau, Bill Voliva decisioned UNCs
Tom Schober and the Cav's Mark Temple
defeated heavyweight Jay Hackemer.
TRACK For Carolina, it was Lady
Luck herself who gave it second place in the
ACC Indoor Championships. N. C. State,,
nipping at the Tar Heels all day, dropped the
baton in the mile relay, the meet's final race,
and fell into third place with 25 1-3 points.
Carolina scored its 27 points without
winning an event.
The host Maryland accumulated 104 1-3
points more than the six other teams
combined. Virginia ended up in fourth place ,
with 20 points, followed by Duke (16),
Clemson (13) and Wake Forest (2).
While the Terrapins took eight of the eight
of the 13 events, UNCs Mike Voight,
the defending champion in the 60-yard high
hurdles, slipped to fifth place with a time of
7.8 seconds. In the two-mile, UNCs Dave
Hamilton grabbed a third (9:02.2).
In the mile, Maryland's Tony Garner beat
out Ralph King of the Tar Heels and won in
4:05.1. King's time of 4:06.2, however,
bettered his previous indoor time by over
four seconds. Teammate Tom Ward came in
fifth with a 4:11.1 clocking.
Carolina's Reggie Brown was disqualified
for pushing in the 600 after placing second.
He later anchored the mile relay team which
Dave Robinson cleared 15-6 for a third in
the pole vault amidst a group from
INTR AM URALS Softball and
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and Judi Scoles was also victorious with a
time of 3:48.7.
"We did better against VCU this year than
last, but I wasn't that excited about the
meet," UNC Head Coach Maxine Forrest
said. "There was just a general bad
atmosphere there. For instance, some of the
girls missed their turns because the pool was
lighted from the bottom. It wasn't a cheery
note to end the season on."
Co-captain Noneman agreed. "Wc weren't
quite on edge, and I think that we should
have done better. The pool was different,
and we just weren't ready mentally. But
losing to VCU is nothing to be ashamed of,"
In looking back over the season, Coach
Forrest was pleased with the overall team
record and the progress that the swimmers
"The team stuck together better this year,"
she said. "We did well for a young team that
is not a national power. 1 think that if we can
go against better teams earlier in the season
' we might even have better results in the long
Noneman felt that the improvement that
the team has made is "Too. hard to describe.
"The attitude of the girls has gotten a lot
more serious over the past three years that I
have been here. We have made a lot. of
improvement," she said.
Noneman, Shively, Warcholic and Beth
Cameron will represent the Tar Heels at the
nationals in Tempe, Ariz, on March 13, 14
and 15. Warcholic has qualified in seven
individual events, Shively in five, and
Noneman in three. All four Carolina relay
teams will participate.
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stunned nationally 12th-rankcd
Carolina 65-62 with three clutch free
throws before 8,250 screaming fans in
With 15 seconds left in the game and
UNC down 62-60, Koesters was fouled
by Mickey Bell in a frantic attempt to
intercept a pass from U.Vas Andy
BonintL The 18-year-old hit the first
shot of a one-and-one to give the
Cavaliers a 63-60 advantage but missed
the second. UNCs Phil Ford scored on
a driving layup with eight seconds left,
but Mitch Kupchak was forced to foul
Koesters intentionally when the
Cavaliers got the ball inbounds.
Koesters connected on the first of a
two-shot foul, then, the Tar Heels called
time out in an attempt to unnerve the
youngster. Koesters, however, came
through. on the second free throw with
only two seconds left for the final three
The defeat eliminated the Tar Heels
from the Atlantic Coast Conference
regular season title chase and an at-large
berth in the NCAA Tournament. UNC
is now 6-4 in the league and 1 6-7 overall.
lf we go now, we'll have to do it the
right way and win the ACC
Tournament, UNC coach Dean Smith
admitted after the game.
. For Virginia, the win ended a three
game tailspin and insured the Cavaliers
of a fifth-place finish going into the
ACC Tournament and a probable first
round meeting against the Tar Heels.
Virginia is now 4-8 in the league and 1 1
The game was tied 1 1 times in the first
half with neither team able to grab more
than a four-point advantage. Carolina's
biggest lead was 12-8 at the 12:35 mark.
A layup by Dan Bonner gave Virginia
a 24-20 lead with four minutes
remaining. The Cavaliers took a 29-28
lead into the dressing room on a free
throw by Walker after a technical was
called on the UNC bench with 48
seconds left in the half.
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separate occasions in the first 10
minutes of the second half, but the
Cavaliers kept close with Boninti
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Walker hitting the offensive boards.
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game, but Virginia took the lead for
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by Walker with 1:17 left.
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the game. With -41 seconds left, Brad
Hoffman missed two shots from the 25
foot area, and Walter Davis could not
connect on a medium range jumper.
Poor shooting was the primary
reason for UNCs defeat. The Tar Heels
connected on only 26 of 62 from the field
for 41.1 per cent.
Also, the Cavaliers oiftrebounded the
taller Tar Heels 35-30.
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