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Monday, March 12, 1984The Daily Tar Heel7
aseball team sweeps four weekend games
By I.KK ROBKRTS
Pitcher Scott Bankhcad and outfielder
Todd Wilkinson tied UNC records Sun
day as the Tar Heel baseball team com
pleted a four-game weekend sweep with a
19-3 thrashing of Virginia Com
monwealth. Bankhead picked up his fifth victory of
the season in five outings, and his
14-game winning streak dating back to
last season equals the record set by Greg
Norris in 1978.
Wilkinson slammed four doubles off
of Ram pitching to tie a single-game
record set by Greg Schuler in 1980 against
The victory completed a sweep for the
day. UNC defeated UNC-Wilmington in
the opener, 1 1-4, as freshman pitcher Ken
Turner pitched the first nine-inning com
plete game of the season for the Tar
Heels. Turner allowed five hits while
striking out six Seahawks batters.
Bankhead allowed four hits in seven in
nings in the nightcap, striking out 11.
Lefthander Mike Bryant pitched an inn
ing and Walt Weiss, normally a short
stop, pitched the ninth inning and struck
A five-run seventh inning in the UNC
Wilmington game turned a 5-4 UNC lead
into a blowout. Matt Merullo led off with
a walk and was moved to second by a
Mike Jedziniak bunt single. After a wild
pitch scored Merullo, Mitch McCleney
singled to score Jedziniak. An error
brought McCleney to third and he scored
on Jeff Hubbard's sacrifice fly. Then
Wilkinson, who had six hits on the day,
clubbed his third home run of the season
to Ciiici Held-.
In the nightcap against Virginia Com
monwealth, two-run singles by Merullo
and Jon O'Leary gave the Tar Heels a 4-0
first-inning lead. Four more runs scored
in the second and by the time B.J.
Surhoff clubbed a two-run homer to right
field in the third inning, the score was
Wilkinson's fourth double of the game
in the seventh provided the most excite
ment, until his towering fly ball to left
field was caught on the warning track in
Sophomore catcher Surhoff was six-for-six
for the game with four runs
The doubleheader sweep highlighted a
sweep of the Tar Heel's first four home
games of the season. On Saturday UNC
outslugged UNC-Wilmington 13-8 as
Jedziniak and Wilkinson hit home runs
and Bob Mulligan picked up his first vic
tory of the season. '
North Carolina won the second game
Saturday over William and Mary by a 9-8
score. Scott Johnson's infield hit in the
bottom of the ninth brought home Jeff
Hubbard with the winning run to give lef
thander Tim Kirk the victory after five in
nings of relief work. Johnson also had a
three-run homer in the second inning, his
third home run of the season.
The weekend series gave North
Carolina a 7-2 record during Spring
Break and upped their season total to
13-3. On the trip to Florida last week,
UNC lost to Stetson and to Florida and
took two from Purdue. The Florida
game, won by the Gators 4-1 , was marred
by a bench-clearing brawl in the sixth inning.
UNC sweeps George Mason in first fi
From staff reports
UNC's softball team won the first two fast-pitch'
games in the school's history by defeating George Mason
5-1 and 5-4 Sunday.
In the first game the Tar Heel's Virginia Augusta had
a nearly flawless performance, recording 12 strikeouts in
the seven-inning game.
The Patriots got on the scoreboard first by getting a
. run in thejlrst inning. A single, passed ball, a bunt single,
and another passed ball by UNCs Melissa Jarrell allow
ed George Mason to take the lead.
UNC came back to tie the score in the bottom of the
first on a walk by Candy Jarrell and a double by Maria
The Tar Heels had opportunities to score in the fourth
and fifth innings, but they could only get a runner as far
as third base while Augusta was holding the Patriots
North Carolina came alive in the sixth inning and
scored four runs. Candy Jarrell started the inning off
with a single to left. Powers forced Jarrell at second, but
Augusta advanced Powers to second on an error.
Kay Holt then ripped a single that brought Powers
home, and Augusta moved to third while Holt moved to
second on a throw to the plate. Annie Loflin then hit a
ball to the second baseman who threw the ball home, but
the ball got away from the catcher, allowing both Holt
and Augusta to score. Later in the inning Jeannie
Gray knocked in a run with a single.
- - North Carolina coach Susan Clark said she was elated
with the victory. "This was our first fast-pitch game
ever," Clark said. "To perform as well as we did was
great for our team. Of course, it doesn't hurt to have a
pitcher like Virginia."
North Carolina's men's tennis team shocked . sixth
ranked Trinity 5-4 in San Antonio,' Tex., March 5 to.
gain the team's 1000th victory in school history. UNC is
1000-144-8 in dual matches since 1908.
The upset was one of four Tar Heel victories over
Spring Break which coupled with two losses to even
UNC's record at 7-7.
Freshman Jeff Chambers defeated ninth-ranked Tom
Warneke of Trinity, 7-5, 3-6, 7-6, at No. 1 singles to
blaze the trial for the victory. UNC won three other
singles matches as No. 3 Ron Erskine defeated Chris
Kennedy, 3-6, 6-4, 6-3, and No. 4 Josh Sarner and No.
6 Mark DeMattheis won in straight sets.
The Tar Heels also won the top doubles match as
Chambers and Wayne Hearn combined to beat Charles
Honey and David Egdes, 6-3, 6-7, 7-6.
Elsewhere on UNC's swing through Texas, the Tar
Heels were defeated by ninth-ranked Texas 8-1, and lost
to Texas A&M 5-4 despite winning the top three singles
matches and the number one doubles match.
North Carolina also shut out Baylor 9-0 before edging
Texas Christian 5-4 on the strength of four singles wins.
The Tar Heels slammed North Texas State 9-0 Saturday
to close the road trip.
North Carolina's women's tennis team spent Spring
Break in California and started the week with an 8-1
defeat of the University of San Diegoi
UNC lost only at No. 1 singles in that match as San
Diego's Maricarmen Costa defeated Eileen Fallon, 6-4,
Two days later against San Diego State, the Tar Heels
were able to manage only one victory in singles in a 6-3
loss. Nancy Boggs claimed the UNC singles win, 4-6,
6-3, 6-2, over Dana Blaicher. Kathy Barton and Liz
.Wachter took the No. 2 doubles match with a 7-6, 1-6,
6-4 win over Jan Dillingham and Shelly Susman. Fallon
and Kiki Vaandrager won at No. 3 doubles in straight
sets to account for UNC's other win.
The Tar Heels won again against the University of
California at Irvine by a 7-2 score. Fallon, Wachter,
Boggs and Pam Farnsworth won singles matches for
UNC while the Tar Heels swept the doubles.
In a match against the University of Southern Califor
nia, UNC was able to stretch only one match to three
sets as the Trojans closed down North Carolina, 9-0.
UNC also was scheduled to play UCLA and the
University of California at Santa Barbara during the
trip. Results were unavailable at press time.
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