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Monday, January 23, 1984The Daily Tar Heel5
By GLENN PETERSON
North Carolina's men's and women's
swimming teams each came away with an
ACC victory Saturday as the men
defeated Clemson 64-49 and the women
routed the Tigers 96-44.
The women's results were not surpris
ing, but the men were expected to have a
closer battle. "Clemson (men) had swum
the best times in the conference coming
into the meet," coach Frank Comfort
said. "One coach had told me earlier that
Clemson had the best dual meet team in
the conference in the last five years, and
Clemson came in thinking they were also
going to win against us."
But UNC jumped out to a 7-0 lead
when the team of Eric Ericson, Doug
Sawyer, Dirk Marshall and Geoff Cassell
won the 400-yeard medley relay in a time
After the win in the relay race, UNC
freshman Clay Wellborn set a school
record by swimming the 1,000-yard
freestyle in 9:27.5. Wellborn and his
Clemson opponent stayed close
throughout most of the race, but
Wellborn pulled away in the final lap.
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Two other Tar Heel swimmers won
races by pulling away in the last lap. Chris
Stevenson took the 200-yard butterfly, .
and Danny Flack won the 500-yard
freestyle in similiar fashion.
Coach Comfort said the strong finishes '
were the result of learning from a
previous defeat. "We learned a lot when
we lost to Tennessee last week," Comfort
said. "We realized that we needed to have
more aggressive starts and that we needed
to swim better in the last 20 percent of the
UNC went on to win nine of the 13
events. Stevenson won the 200-yard
freestyle, Billy Williams took the
200-yard-IM, Cassell won the 100-yard
freestyle, Ericson was first in the 200-yard
backstroke, and Todd Deckman, Eric
son, Marshall,, and Cassell won the
400-yard freestyle relay. Clemson stayed
in, the meet by taking numerous second
and third places.
Comfort said he believed this victory
would give UNC momentum as it faced
the rest of its ACC opponents. "Clemson
thought they were a better team, and we
responded to their challenge," Comfort
said. "We had 14 different swimmers get
ting points in this meet. This was the best
we've swum this year."
UNC's women also swam well Satur
day as they took 13 of 16 events. The
women opened with Sue Walsh, Jenny
Strickland, Betsy Mitchell and Sue Scott
winning the 400-yard medley relay.
After Clemson won two freestyle races,
Mitchell took the 100-yard backstroke,
Strickland won the 100-yard breaststroke,
Martha McCann was tops in the 200-yard
butterfly, and Amy Pless ook the
50-yard freestyle to help the Tar Heels
jump out to a 42-19 lead halfway through
In the second half, the Tar Heels won
every event except the 500-yard freestyle
race. Janice Dalrymple won both diving
events, Pless won the 100-yard freestyle
and Walsh won the 200-yard backstroke.
Also, Strickland took the 200-yard
breaststroke, Mitchell was first in the
100-yard butterfly, McCann won the
400-yard IM and UNC won the 400-yard
Both the men and women will take on
Virginia Saturday in Chapel Hill.
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From staff reports
The crowd that assembled might have been more interested in
getting good seats for the basketball game against Georgia Tech,
but it was also treated to an excellent wrestling match as UNC
.beat Navy, 23-13, at Carmichael Auditorium Saturday.
Coach Bill Lam was happy with his team's performance.
"Navy was ranked 18th in the nation, but they've beaten some
top 10 teams," Lam said. "To beat them as handily as we did
was great for our team spirit."
The individual winners for the Tar Heels were Chip McArdle
(1 18), John Aumiller (126), Tim Plott (142), Tad Wilson (158),
Bob Shriner (190) and Stacey Davis (heavyweight).
The next match for the Tar Heels will be against Duke 7:30
p.m. Tuesday at Carmichael Auditorium.
North Carolina upped its record to 14-2 in women's basket
ball Saturday, defeating the University of the District of Colum
bia 60-54. Senior guard Eileen McCann, making her first start of
the season, led the Tar Heels with 13 points.
"McCann had a successful offensive game and it was good
for the team to see her shooting," UNC assistant coach Mike
Tresa Brown, the ACC's leading scorer and rebounder, did
not play against UDC because of a sprained ankle, but coach
Jennifer Alley said that, playing without Brown, might have
helped the team in the long run.
"Playing the majority of the game without Tree and Pam
Leake (who played only 1 1 minutes because of a bruised neck)
gave our players confidence in themselves," Alley said. "We got
a solid performance from everyone."
Dawn Royster added 11 points and led UNC with seven re
bounds. The North Carolina men's and women's track teams turned
in impressive performances Friday and Saturrtav at the Eastman
"I think I deserved a technical foul at the
end of the second half, and I think the coach
of the opposing team deserved a technical foul
at the end of the first half," he said.
Freshman guard Tommy Amaker had been
put at the foul line with 0:11 remaining in the
first half with Duke ready to take the lead for
the first time.
North Carolina's Steve Hale was eventually
charged with the foul, but not before one
referee came over to the scorer's table calling
Perkins' number. Perkins had two fouls at the
time; Hale had one.
Dean Smith expressed his displeasure with
the referee by pointing an accusative finger
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For the UNC women, freshman Diane Thomas' set a new
school record in the 60-meter hurdles with a time of 8.19 while
advancing to the semifinals of the event.
The UNC women set a new school record with a time of
3:36.6 in the mile relay. Mary Mulvihill, Kelly Houk, Yvette
Morehead and Alisa Murray made up the record-setting four
some. Junior Jack Morgan led the way for the UNC men with a
third-place finish Saturday in the mile with a time of 4.12.5.
In other distance races, coach Don Lockerbie was impressed
with the performance of freshman Walter Deneen, who ran a
personal best of 9:22.8 in the two-mile run in front of a
The distance-medley relay team which Lockerbie has high
hopes for, finished ninth with a time of 10:05.
Next weekend individuals from the men's and women's teams
travel to New Yprk City to compete in the Millrose Games.
North Carolina's women's fencing team split two matches
with William and Mary and Virginia in Williamsburg, Va.
The Tar Heels lost to William and Mary in the opening
match. UNC entered the last round of bouts with an 8-4 advan
tage but the Indians swept the four rernaining bouts to tie the
score at eight. William and Mary earned the victory by outscor
ing the Tar Heels, 62-60, on touches.
"We had trouble in the last round with our concentration and
being consistent," coach Ron Miller said. "It was a disappoin
UNC came back after the narrow defeat to soundly beat
Virginia, 13-3. Over the weekend, the Tar Heels were led by
Karen Marnell (6-2), Beth McMahon (6-1) and Eva Compton
Carta Pigford, Laura Gamble, Lindy Evans, and Rita
Gaskins all went undefeated in junior varsity action. Pigford
moved up to the varsity and recorded a win against Virginia.
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