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ACC golf field
Ust Saturtay's winds of up to 50 miles per
hour dashed UNCs hopes of finishing
second behind heavily-favored Wake Forest
in the Atlantic Coast Conference (ACQ golf
championships last weekend at Pinehurst
The Tar Heels closed the three-day affair 42
strokes off the Deacon's 1099 winning score
trailing second-place N.C. State by six shots:
Jt was the ninth straight ACC title for
Wake, and the second biggest winning
margin in tournament hiutory.
The defending national champion
Deacons claimed the top three individual
scores. Curtis Strange, last year's NCAA
champ, recorded scores of 7 1 , 69 and 73 for a
three-under-par 213 total, outclassing
teammates Bob Byman and Bill Argabrite by
lour and seven shots resprectively.
UNCs top finisher was freshman John
Elam, whose nine-over-par 225 was good
enough for 10th place. Captain Pete
Wallenborn was one shot behind Elam at
226; Bill Butner and Bill Sibbick followed at
228 and 230 respectively.
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Baseballers now 4th in A CC race
N.C. State scored two unearned runs in the eighth inning:
Friday for a 2-1 victory over arch-rival North Carolina at State's
Doak Field. The loss dropped the Tar Heels record to 4-6 in the :
Atlantic Coast Conference and 15-16 overall. . i
UNCs game against Maryland Saturday was rained out at
College Park. .' -
Against'the Wolfpack, UNCs Billy Paschall was pitching
perhaps his best game of the season when misfortune struck.
With one out, second baseman Steve Rackley committed two
consecutive. errors to put men on first and second. A single by
Kent Juday and Ron Evans drove both runners across the plate
for a 2-0 State lead. Carolina managed to score one run in the'
Lacrosse team sticks W&M with 13-1 loss
by Bill Kay
It would be nice to win our final two
games of the year," UNC Head Coach Paul
Trackmen take '5th in -ACC;
surprised by strong State
by Bin Mots
RALEIGH When the Atlantic Coast Conference track and fkid championships were
over Saturday night, the Maryland team ran whooping and hollering around the Urtan oval
in a victory celebration. It was as if the Terps had to assure themselves that they, and not N.C.
State, were the champions. Even though State came in second place, scoring 6754 points to
Maryland's 105V4, Saturday night belonged to the Wolfpack.
Relying mainly on the field events to provide points, Clemson finished third with 48, while
Duke, aided by Robby Perkin's impressive double win in the mile and three-mile, beat out
Carolina for fourth place with 33 points. The Tar Heels appeared flat as pancakes in turning
in their worst finish in years. Virginia was fifth with 20 and Wake Forest tallied an
uncomfortable two points.
Last spring the Tar Heels took second place away from State by a single point and in the
indoor track championships the Heels beat them out by two. This time, however, UNC did
not win a single event and brought back to Chapel Hill little more than its pride.
David Hamilton earned himself a trip to the nationals in the three-mile with his 13:49
clocking for second. David Robinson cleared a highly respectable 1 6 feet in the pole vault but
for only third place. Quarter miler Reggie Brown and long jumper Sam Beasley finished
second in their events.
The Robert A. Fetzer award for the outstanding performer in the meet went to Perkins of
Duke. The lean sophomore achieved the NCAA qualifying standard in the mile (4:02.7) and
the three-mile (13:43.4). Maryland's Nick Basciano was the meet's only other double winner
as he took the 100 and 220-yard dashes. The Terrapins had eight champions. State four and
Clemson claimed three.
do, we should end up in the top 10 and that
would be an accomplishment."
As a result of its 13-1 victory over a weak
William and Mary squad, Carolina now can
win the South Atlantic Division title with a'
Doty said Saturday after his lacrosse team home win over I Oth-ranked Washington and
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The Icemen 'loseth'
In what was billed as "North Carolina's
First Intercollegiate Ice Hockey:
Tournament," East Carolina University
(ECU) took top honors by smashing both
Duke and UNC by indentical 17-3 scores, j
Duke took second place by topping UNC;
7-6 in overtime. i
Held at Greenville's Ice House, Friday's!
opener between UNC and ECU drew a1
packed house of around 300 screaming fans. 1
ECU used its superior size and thel
tolerance of the officials, to out-muscle
Carolina 17-3 in a physical game. Carolina
unable to score after the first period, was;
hampered by the small dimensions of the
rink. There was simply no room to out-!
finesse the hard-hitting and stick swinging1
Carolina's game against Duke on
Saturday featured far less contact, but!
sharper skating and passing. J
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The outcome of the Duke match will also
determine third place in the Atlantic Coast
Conference standings. Nationally fourth
rated Virginia upset third-ranked Maryland
14-13 for the ACC crown.
"William and Mary tried to stall, but in
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of it, switching to a zone (defense) and it was
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UNC built a 7-1 lead at halftime and
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