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...freshman scored three goals, handed out three assists
Laxman stick it to Terps
By CHARLES UPCHURCH
Making history seems to be the thing to
do for UNC athletics lately. First, head
coach Willie Scroggs and his 1981
lacrosse team went undefeated, respect
fully yanking the national championship
from the old keeper of the crown, Johns
Hopkins. In the fall, the women's soccer
team won every game it played including
the national championship. And then
History was made again on Saturday.
The 16-11 whipping that Carolina's'
lacrosse team put on the young Maryland
squad marked the first time the Tar Heels
have ever beaten the Terrapins in Chapel
Last year's 13-12 overtime win in Col
lege Park was the first time UNC had ever
beaten Maryland in lacrosse.
"We had a good mental attitude com
ing into this game," said Carolina's Ail
American goalie Tom Sears. "We feel
like we've been beating people, when,
well ... we should' ve destroyed a
The Tar Heels were very destructive in
the first quarter.
The game was 65 seconds old when
Pete Voelkel charged in from right center
and skipped the ball past Maryland goalie
Kevin O'Leary for a 1-0 Carolina lead.
By the end of the period the scoreboard
read 6-1, Tar Heels.
Maryland head coach Dino Mattesich
cited inexperience as one factor in the ear
ly blow-out. "Lack of experience hurt us
there," he said. "Tom Sears made some
nice saves early that determined the
tempo of the game right there."
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Sears had 18 saves while O'Leary was
forced to make 21. Carolina scored 16
goals without its No. 2 scorer, Brent
Voelkel, who is out with a broken thumb.
Enter freshman Mac Ford. Before
Saturday he had taken one shot in three
games. Scroggs told him Friday night he
was going to start on attack against
His mom and his dad, an Ail-American
at Washington and Lee, were among the
"I was pretty nervous," said the
18-year-old, "but after your first hit you
just get into the game."
Ford got into the game just like dad
would have. By halftime Jody and Harry
Ford had watched their son with all the
freckles take seven shots at the cage for
three Carolina goals. But game's end he
had assisted on three more. .
Kevin Griswold also had three of
Carolina's 1 1 assists, easily out-passing
Maryland, which only had four.
The veteran attackman Mike Burnette
was not surprised with the rookie Ford.
"I knew he was gonna put 'em down,"
Ford's first goal was his prettiest. Left
open on one end of a whirling triangle of
passes, he caught.1, the assist frombave
Wingate and sent it in from seven feet
"We move the ball well and that was
just a nice fast break we put together,"
Ford said. "When we move it like that I
don't think anybody can stop us."
Burnett, Wingate and Ford led the
Heels' scoring with three goals each.
Doug Hall scored twice, while Voelkel,
Griswold, Steve Stenersen, Bill Ness and
Brian Rice each scored once. .
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UNC eases past Maryland
By EDDIE WOOTEN
Carolina's men's tennis team won
two of three doubles matches to beat
Maryland 5-4 yesterday in College
Park. The win gave UNC a split of its
weekend ACC matches. Clemson
defeated Carolina 7-2 Friday on the
Hint on James courts.
In the victory over Maryland, three
Tar Heels won their singles matches.
No. 2 Ron Erskine defeated Gary Kit
tay, 6-2, 6-4; No. 3 Ken Ludwig beat
Carlos Lugo, 6-4, 7-5; and No. 6 John
Grigg beat Denis Rende in three sets,
1-6, 6-1, 6-2.
The No. 1 doubles team of Ray
Disco and Ludwig beat Rende and
Alex Krummenacher 4-6, 6-2, 6-3. At
the No. 3 seed, Ken Whitaker and
Robbie Bach won over Lugo and
Craig Hardenberg 6-2, 6-4 to give
Carolina the victory.
Clemson won four of six singles
matches and swept the doubles mat
ches in the win over Carolina Friday.
Despite the loss, Carolina coach
ATHENS, Ga. (AP) The University
of Georgia's Dominique Wilkins has an
nounced he will forego his senior year to
become a candidate for the National Bas
ketball Association draft this year.
"The biggest reason was my mother,"
the 6-foot-7 forward said at a news con
ference Saturday. "She's done so much
for me. Now I have a chance to do some
thing for her."
Wilkins, the first hardship candidate to
announce for the NBA'draft on June 29,
said he hopes to return to Georgia during
the off-season to complete his bachelor's
degree in business. ' "
"Now that I have made the decision I
am prepared to give. 100 percent all the
time to the NBA team that will, hope
fully, draft me," Wilkins said.
Georgia coach Hugh Durham said he
was not surprised by Wilkins' announce
ment. "As much as I'd like Dominique to
stay at Georgia, I think he's made the
right decision. Last year, as a basketball
coach, I wanted him to stay," Durham
said. "But as a person you have to go
along with what's best for Dominique
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At the end Of his sophomore year, Wil-
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Allen Morris was not totally disap
pointed. "After the match, the Clem
son coach said we outplayed them,"
he said. "We didn't ouplay them, but
we were surprised. I didn't think we
would play Clemson that close."
There was optimism for Carolina
early in singles action when four Tai
Heels took leads in their matches.
However, only Ken Whitaker and
Josh Sarner were able to come out
ahead. Whitaker beat Richard Akel
6-3, 4-6, 6-2, and Sarner held off
Mark Herrington 2-6, 6-3, 7-5.
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Carolina's Disco and John . Grigg
played close, two-set matches, but
both were beaten.
The Tar Heel netters, 10-9 overall
and 2-1 in the ACC, are currently on
an important road trip. They play at
William and Mary today before travel
ing to Charlottesville for an ACC
match with Virginia on Tuesday. The
Tar Heels' next home match is
Wednesday when they face West
Virginia at 2 p.m. on the James
the door on UGa
kins rejected a reported million-dollar of
fer from the Detroit Pistons.
"I'm hoping I'll get more money this
time," Wilkins said. "I think everything
is right." '
Wilkins, 22, was a two-time All
Southeastern Conference selection and
averaged 21.3 points and 8.1 rebounds
this season, leading the Bulldogs to a
19-12 record and a second National Invi
tational Tournament appearance.
"I think I'm ready for pro basketball
physically and mentally or else I wouldn't
have made the decision this soon,"
Wilkins said. "But as for which team will
draft me, I don't know-Hopefully, I'll go
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From staff reports ,
Distance runners Jimmy Cooper and
Maria Daniel won their respective 5000
meter races Saturday to highlight the
UNC track team's performance at the
Colonial Relays in Williamsburg, Va.
Cooper took first with a time of
14:09.7, only nine seconds off the NCAA
qualifying standard. Daniel finished in
17:13,4, a meet and a UNC record.
Todd McCallister was just two-tenths
of a second behind the New York
Athletic Club's Matt Centrowitz in the
1500. McCallister finished in 3:46.8. Joan
Nesbit also took second in the 1500 in
4:38.1 Nancy Radford was 23 seconds
behind Daniel in the 5000 and placed
third (17.36). Freshman Katy Lichota
tossed the discuss 47.3 meters, good for
fifth place, and Mark Whitney raced to a
sixth place finish in the 5000 (14.30.4),
North Carolina's baseball team
defeated Davidson and Georgia Tech this
weekend, but fell victim to Clemson 10-7
Designated - hitter Todd Wilkinson
homered in the third inning, going two
for five with two RBI on the day, and
first baseman Pete Kumiega added
another shot in the sixth to lead the Tar
Heels to a 13-4 romp over Davidson Fri
Freshman Scott Bankhead pitched
eight and a third innings to pick up his
first win against three defeats. Reliever
Steve McGuire struck out two in the
ninth to pick up his first save of the
In Saturday's contest in Clemson, S.C.
the Tigers jumped on the scoreboard first
and never relinquished the lead.
Designated hitter John Marshall strok
ed his first homer of the year for one of
his three base hits. He also scored two
runs and combined with Kumiega for
Sunday a lead-off homer by Greg
Schuler and a suicide squeeze play scored
the two runs UNC needed to down
Georgia Tech 13-11 in 10 innings.
A 2-run homer by Chris Pittaro helped
UNC jump off to a 4-0 lead in the top of
the first, but three fielding errors and two
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made it 6-4 Georgia Tech by the second
Wilkinson's two-run homer in the third
tied the game. In the sixth back-to-back
homers by Wilkinson and Schuler and an
error on the shortstop that scored Jeff
Hubbard from third gave the Heels a 9-6
advantage. UNC scored two more runs in
the eighth before the Yellow Jackets sent
the game into extra innings in the bottom
of the ninth.
The Softball team defeated three teams
Friday, but dropped two in a row Satur
day in the UNC-Charlotte Invitational.
The Tar Heels played well in the opening
round, beating Appalachian State 9-5,
UNC-Wilmington 5-4 and Elon 6-2.
Saturday Carolina lost to UNC-Charlotte
8-3 and N.C. State 8-5 to be eliminated
from the tournament.
The women's tennis team traveled to
Austin, Tex. this weekend to compete in
the prestigious Lady Longhorn Invita
tional at the University of Texas. UCLA
whipped UNC 9-0 Friday. Betsy
Heidenberger had an 11 -match winning
streak before the loss. She was the only
Carolina player who extended her oppo
nent to three sets.
Clemson defeated UNC 5-4 Saturday.
Heidenberger downed -Jennifer Hirsch
6-0, 6-1 and Margie Brown beat Maria
Echarte 6-2, 6-1. Brown and
Heidenberger and Kathy Barton and
Katherine Hogan won their doubles mat
ches. The men's golf team placed sixth in the
Southeastern Invitational in Mont
gomery, Ala. Billy Plyler finished 13th
with a score of 226 (79-75-72).
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