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There have been many great finishes
to the heated State-Carolina rivalry, but
even former UNC basketball star Dudley
Drad'ev would have been in awe of
Saturday's men's sw
4i A .
which was captured by .2 of a second on
the last event of the meet.
Entering the 400-meter free relay,
State owned a slim two-point advantage.
" But the Tar Heels with a winning time
of 3:04.5 took the event and the meet,
59-54, to end the regular season tied with
State for first place in the Atlantic Coast
"It was close the whole way," said
Mark Welker, who was the third man in
the relay team. "They had P.T. De
Gruchy, the fastest swimmer in the con
ference, anchoring for them but we had
Dave Hansen, who is also a good swim
mer. Dave just wanted it more.
"They had saved their three best
swimmers for the event and shaved one
guy for the event, and we still won,"
This marked the second straight sea
son that Carolina has beaten the
Wolfpack. Those losses are the only
ACC defeats State has suffered in more
than 10 years.
The Tar Heels hope to show that
Saturday wasn't a fluke when the ACC
championships roll around in two
y weeks. - ,-.
"I think we are better (than State),"
Welker said. "We were picked to win
the conference. We will be a better
Experience. Reputation. Esprit. Caring.
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points even when they were winning,"
Carolina only took three individual
wins Ericson's victory, Dave
'Hansen's win in the 200-free and Ken
Warren's 100-free win. Carolina also
won the 400-medley relay.
The wins came despite a rowdy crowd
at State that was complete with a pep
band and what Welker called "pretty
obnoxious fans with no class."
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For the previously undefeated
women, fortunes were not as good, as
they lost to the State women 79-61.
"We were not as ready as they were,"
said triple winner Cami Berizzi, who
took victories in the 50- and 100-free-style
and the 50-butterfIy. "I still think
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From iurr reports
Nancy Radford broke her own mile
record time and Phil Farris and Skip
Miller tied the school record in the
COyard hurdles as the UNC men's and
women's indoor track teams remained
Victories over Duke and Western
Carolina lifted the men to 9-0 and the
.women concluded their season at 10-0
with wins over St. Augustine and
William and Mary.
Radford, who two w eeks "ago became
the first women in Carolina history to
run a five-minute indoor mile, ran a
4:56.8 topping the old mark of 4:27.2. :
.Miller and Farris finished iri a dead heat
at 7.2 seconds to tie the UNC mark.
The men outpointed Duke 68 XA to 51
while the Catamounts scored 17 points.
The women downed St. Augustine for
the third time this season with a 60-33
win. William and Mary had 22 points.
The North Carolina wrest"::; tesra
won eight of 10 weight classes on its way
to an easy 33-6 victory over the Virginia
. Cavaliers Saturday night in Carmichacl
The Tar Heels jumped out to a 15-0
lead with wins in the first three weights
and the closest the Cavaliers could pull
within after that was 15-6 with wins at
142 and 150. Bill Gaffney ended the
Virginia rally with a 8-4 decision over
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Carolina swept the heavyweight bouts to
complete the rout.
The win raised Carolina's record to
8r5. The Heels finished the ACC regular
season with a 5-2 record.
Maryland's Karen Erabson hit a last
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North Carc'lna was eliminated in the
tournament's first round by State 77-64.
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State defeated the Tar Heels for the 17th
After trailing through much of the
first half, the Wolfpack gained the lead .
on a three-point play by Ginger Rouse,
47-45, and outsccred the Tar Heels 11-0
to open up a 51-45 advantage. Carolina
fought back to close the margin to one
with 6:57 left at 57-55, but that was the
closest the Tar Heels got.
Meredith White led Carolina with 14
points and strong rebounding and Kathy
Crawford scored 10 points.
UNC-New York Yankee exhibition
game. The Tar Heels will meet th
Yankees March 26 in Eoshamcr
for the Tar Heel's
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