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Thursday, April 15, 1982The Daily Tar Heel7.
Tar Heels rally to bedevil Duke
Heels lose 2
A hard-hitting East Carolina softball
team took a pair of games from UNC
yesterday, beating the Tar Heels 15-0 and
10-1 in Chapel Hill.
The Pirates wasted no time in the first
game, scoring three runs in each of the
first five innings and ending the game ear
ly on the 10-run rule, which stipulates
that the game is to be called after five inn
ings should one team possess a 10-run
led. Freshman pitcher Kathy Pritchard
took the loss for Carolina.
ECU capitalized on Tar Heel errors
and again performed well at the plate in
the second game, starting off with two
runs in the first inning, then tallying four
in both the third and sixth innings for
their nine-run victory.
UNC's only run came in the third with
outfielders Rose Borkowski and Anne
Loflin teaming up for the score. Borkow
ski lead off with a single to right, and
Loflin knocked her in witTi a shot to deep
left field that fell for a triple. Both Bor
kowski and Loflin went 2-3 for the game.
Senior Sharon Speer took the loss as the
Tar Heels' record fell to 27-18-1 for the
UNC split a double-header at Camp
bell earlier this week, losing to the Camels
4-1 in the first game before coming back
with a 10-5 win in the second.
The Tar Heels will travel to Boone,
N.C. on Friday to play in the Appala
chian State Invitational, their last tourna
ment before play begins in the North
Carolina AIAW's on April 23.
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By JACKIE BLACKBURN
Assistant Sports Editor
DURHAM The five-hit relief pitching of Steve McGuire
and a three-run seventh inning spurred the UNC baseball team
to its third win in a row, an 8-6 come-from-behind victory over
Duke at Jack Coombs Field Wednesday.
The Tar Heels trailed 5-4 entering the seventh inning. Greg
Schuler led off the inning with a hit to center. After Barney
Spooner popped out, first baseman Pete Kumiega collected his
third hit of the day to put runners on the corners. Designated
hitter John Marshall stroked a sharp drive to center that sent
Schuler home to tie the game at five.
Jeff Hubbard followed Todd Wilkinson's pop up to second
base with a two-run single, which dropped just in front of right
fielder Gary Brown to put the Tar Heels up for good.
Duke added another run the next inning on back-to-back
singles, a fielding error by Barney Spooner and a fielder's choice
to close the game to 7-6. But UNC added an insurance run in the
top of the ninth to end the scoring and bring their Atlantic Coast
Conference record to 5-5. Duke is now 3-5 in the ACC and
16-8-1 overall. ;
"We battled all year with good pitching one day and good hit
ting the next. Today we got both," UNC head coach Mike
Roberts said. "Duke is capable of scoring a lot, and we have to
work hard to keep them from scoring."
In addition to timely hitting, the Tar Heels got a strong relief
performance from freshman hurler Steve McGuire.
McGuire came on in the fourth in relief of starter Tom Reed
to shut off a Duke rally. He went on to strike out five, walk two
and give up only one Duke run.
"He has had a problem of not getting his curve over for
strikes. He kept everything down today," Howard McCullough,
UNC pitching coach, said. "Here of late, he has thrown the ball
The Blue Devils jumped on Reed early in the game to make it
5-0 Duke by the fourth inning. Brown drove in their first run
with a sacrifice fly in the first inning. Shortstop Tom Brassil and
Mark Militello, leading Duke with a .390 batting average, led
off the third with singles. ,
Two outs later, designated hitter L.K. Thompson drove them
both home with a shot to center. He later scored on a single by
Tom Decker. !
Duke drove Reed from the mound when they scored again in
the fourth on Thompson's bloop single to center that brought in
Bob Brower from third base.
The Heels broke their drought of scoreless innings with a
four-run spree in the sixth. After Spooner walked to opeh the
inning, Kumiega, batting .286, hit a hard-to-handle ball to the
shortstop. The shortstop's throw to first was wild, allowing
Spooner to score and Kumiega to reach second. A left-center
double by Mitch McCleney scored Hubbard, who had reached
on a fielder's choice. :
After the Duke shortstop, Tom Brassili, threw away another
grounder to put runners on the corners, McCleney stole home to
bring the Heels within one, 4-5. It was the third successful
double-steal by Tar Heel baserunners in two days.
Junior Ken Fay pitched his sixth complete game of the season
in Duke's final home game and took the loss. His record fell to
Notes: John Marshall led Tar Heel batters with three hits in
four at bats, 2 RBI and scored once. Wilkinson added two hits,
while Hubbard had the game-winning hit and three RBIs.
McCleney has been playing short-stop in place of junior Chris
Pittaro, who was placed in the infirmary Monday with a
105-degree fever. Pittaro has not missed a varsity game since the
first game of his freshman year.
The Heels play in a day-night double-header today in
Boshamer Stadium. The first game begins at 3 p.m. against
Towson State and the second begins at 7 p.m. against Davidson.
ACC Baseball Tournament tickets are now on sale at the Car
michael ticket office and at Boshamer Stadium. UNC will host
the double-elimination tournament, which opens Wednesday,
April 21. .'
Admission for students will be $1 each game and $2 for
adults. Student tourney books will be available for $5 and the
adult ticket books will be $10.
Fired up laxmen burn Blue Devils
By CHARLES UPCHURCH
His name is Bond. James Bond.
He is a reserve attackman on the UNC
lacrosse team and one of 13 players who
scored Tuesday night in the Tar Heels'
18-5 thrashing of Duke.
The Blue Devils, outclassed and looking
a bit intimidated by America's No. 1
team, constantly mishandled passes and
ground balls while Carolina substituted
freely most of the game, showcasing its
Coach Willie Scroggs seemed especially
pleased with the play of his bench.
"I was very pleased for some of our
young guys to get in Steve Martel and
Jim Bond and do as well as they did late
in the game."
Carolina scored six times in the final
period, their most productive quarter in a
game blown open early by Scrogg's'
Midfielder Jeff Homire led UNC with
three goals and an assist, while, Mike
Burnett, the team's top scorer, had two
Attackman' Dave Wingate? the hero of
the Johns Hopkins game, and midfielder
Bill Ness each contributed a goal and two
assists. All four players are juniors.
Regulars Brent Voelkel, Ted Mills
paugh and Andy Smith also scored for
Duke played a physical game. At
tackman Jon Bierman and midfielder
Doug Firstenberg displayed surprising
Baseball vs. Towson State, 3 p.m. and
Davidson, 7 p.m.
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speed and mobility on the artificial turf of
Too often, however, the Blue Devil of
fense suffered from sloppy stickwork, and
at times their defense simply broke down.
In the first quarter, UNC goalie Tom
Sears, looking to clear the ball, saw an
open lane and took it all the way down
the field. His shot missed left, but the ef
fort drew a roar from the 1 ,400 fans and a
big smile out of Sears.
Duke's defense was surprised again
when Randy Cox, the big Carolina
defenseman, took the ball the length of the
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t "Nobody picked me up," said Cox. "It's
a rarity for a defenseman, believe me."
Except in penalties (Duke had 15 to
UNC's 6) and faceoffs, where Scroggs did
some experimenting, Carolina dominated
the statistics. The Heels scooped up 19
more ground balls than Duke (63-44),
enabling them to get off 45 shots to the
Blue Devil's 24. ,
And giving guys like Jimmy Bond a
chance to prove themselves.
The Baltimore senior, a rookie on this
talent-rich team, had experienced most of
his college lacrosse from the sidelines until
"It felt great," Bond said. "We just had
to go for it so there wouldn't be any
The young players Scroggs will depend
on in future seasons took advantage of the
extra playing time.
Martel , a freshman midfielder, and
sophomore attackman Paul Danko netted
two goals apiece. Mac Ford and Greg Cox,
both freshmen, scored fourth quarter
In the final match of the regular
season yesterday the UNC mens' ten
nis team was shutout by Duke, 9-0, in
Durham. The Tar Heels finished the
season at 4-3 in the ACC and 15-11
Ray Disco was defeated by Duke's
Chiam Arlosorov 6-1, 6-3 in No. 1
singles play. In No. 2 singles, Marc
Flur scored a 6-0, 6-4 victory over
UNC's Ron Erskine. Duke's third
seeded player, Will White, was also a
straight-set winner, topping Ken Lud
In doubles play, the Blue Devils'
No. 1 pair Arlosorov and Mike
Smith defeated Ludwig and Neil
Alderman 7-5, 6-3. Flur teamed with
Ross Dubins in No. 2 doubles for a
6- 4, 6-1 Duke triumph over Erskine
and John Grigg.
The victory raised Duke's record to
7- 0 in ACC play and 31-3 overall.
KBoth teams are now preparing for this
weekend's ACC tournament which
will be held at Duke. .
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