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Sports in Brisf
ar Heels commit costly errors,
loss season finaSe in the sixth
By DAVID THOMPSON
Three UNC errors ignited East Carolina to
a seven-run sixth inning as the Pirates de
feated the Tar Hee!s 11-3 in the finale of
North State College Baseball League action
for UNC. Tuesday night
The Tar Heels, who finished at 7-22, did
not qualify for the tournament which begins
today at Campbell. 'The top four teams in
the league qualified.
Trailing 4-1 in the fifth, UNC scored twice
to narrow the" deficit to one run. Luke Ras
nake walked, stole second, and scored on
Mitch McClenes single. McCleney then ad
vanced to second on a ground out and
scored on a Todd Wilkinson single.
The Pirates clinched the game in the sixth.
Five singles and one double, combined with
the three Tar Heel errors, climaxed the
' game's scoring. UNC, who committed seven
errors in the game, died quietly, with only
one baserunner in the final two innings.
"It surprised me that we made that many
errors," Coach Mark Scalf said. "The guys
were ready to play."
Scalf said he did not think the team was
just going through the motions in its final
."It's not in this ballclub's blood to do
that" he said. "They may make mistakes
that' hurt but they try as hard as they can."
August is the only month many of the
players have off, so fatigue may have been
settling in. "They're all glad to get a break.
Thev deserve it and heed it" Scalf said.
THE CflROLIHfl THEATRE
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This league also was Scaifs first oppor
tunity at regular coaching duty.
"I've got as much to learn as they do," he
said. "I need to learn more about pitching,
when to take someone out and which situa
tions to run certain plays offensively and
defensively. Baseball is a thinking man's
game. If you don't think in advance, you
miss out on a lot of opportunities."
Scalf said players not on the varsity squad
last season did not have berths locked up in
the fall as a result of their summer perfor
mances. "They'll all have an equal opportunity in
the fall," Scalf said. "We'll have to take a
look at the incoming freshmen. We have
some freshman pitchers who will get a lot of
work next spring. That was what was lacking
UNC will send a coach and two athletes
to the World University Games beginning
Sunday in Bucharest, Romania, wjiile another
of Carolina's non-revenue athletes will par
ticipate in the third annual United States
Olympic Committee' Sports Festival at
Syracuse, N.Y., beginning July 23.
Tar Heel swimming coach Frank Com
fort, sophomore backstrcker Sue Walsh and
senior wrestler Dave Cook will represent the
U.S. at the-World University games July
19-30. Walsh and Cooke are among 227
American athletes from 102 schools chosen
for the competition. Another Tar Heel back
stroker, sophomore Eric Ericson also re
ceived an invitation, but was forced to turn
it down due to summer coaching duties at
Tar Heel athletes attending the Sports
Festival at Syracuse July 23-29 are women's
basketball sophomore guard Eileen Mc
Cann, men's track and field alumnus Jimmy
Cooper, men's soccer sophomore midfielder
Mike Fiocco and women's swimmers senior
Barb Harris, juniors Cayle Hegel and Kathy
Smith, sophomores Amy Pless, Came Cerizzi
and Jenny Strickland and freshman Sue
Scott .';.;.;': '.
" Carolina soccer coach Anson Oorrance, '
already facing the prospect of replacing'
three-year starting goalkeeper Kevin Kane;:
thrs fall, has lost two more starting members
cf his defense. AlI-ACC stopper Ducky Buck-'
by of Cryn Mawr, Pa. has undergone knee
surgery and will be out for the season. He ,
will return for his final year of eligibility in
1C32. The Injury will also keep him out of
ths USOC National Sports Festival he was
selected for. Starting left back Jay Ainslie cf
Miami, Fla. will also be missing from the
;' lineup this fall because he is the captain of
the U.S. Junior National team playing in Aus
tralia this year.
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