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6The Daily Tar HeelTuesday, April 24, 1984
Ford's 8 break UNC mark
By MIKE WATERS
Records are meant to be broken, and
in Saturday's 17-8 lacrosse win over
Adelphi, the oldest mark in the North
Carolina record book was eclipsed by
junior Mac Ford.
Ford scored eight goals against the
overmatched Panthers, besting a
record set in 1965 by Jeff Parker.
Parker had seven goals against Virginia
during the sport's second year at UNC.
"It was nothing really special," Ford
said after his virtuoso performance.
"Most of the goals were assisted; the
other guys did all the work I was just
in the right place.
Ford was assisted on six of his eight
scores. Twice Brent Voelkel fed the Tar
Heels' scoring leader. Freshman Gary
Seivoid also had two assists as Ford
wrote his name in the record books.
Parker's 18-year-old record had been
challenged three times since he set it in
the 12-9 loss to Virginia. Harper Peter
son scored seven goals in a game
against Bucknell in 1969 and duplicated
the feat in 1970 veins Duke. Most re
cent was Fett's seven goals in 1973 in a
10-9 loss to Washington (Md.).
As Ford moved closer to history on
Saturday, North Carolina moved fur
ther away from Adelphi. The Tar Heels
exploded out of the starting gate and
dominated the early going.
It was hard to decide whether UNC's
offense or defense was more imposing.
The Tar Heel defense allowed only five
shots on goal in the first period and
goalkeeper Tim Mealey kept his net
empty. On offense, North Carolina
took advantage of three extra-man op
portunities and led 5-0 at the end of the
first quarter. Ford already had two
goals and had collected assists on the
first two goals of the game by Joey
Seivoid and Andy Smith.
UNC kept up the barrage in the sec
ond quarter. Ford scored three more
goals and Joey Seivoid added his sec
ond of the day, as North Carolina
upped the score to 1 1-0 and the defense
continued to completely shut off the
Panther attack. Adelphi got a goal
from freshman Dan Brown with a
minute left before the half to break the
ice formed by Randy Cox, Chris
Walker and Tom Haus in front of
"I thought we played well defensive
ly, especially early in the game," UNC
coach Willie Scroggs said. "We're
playing as well defensively as anyone in
the country. Our keeper (Mealey) is
playing real well and we're not giving a
lot of chances."
Saturday's 10 saves with only four
goals kept the junior goalkeeper on a
record-setting pace for goalie per
centage. The statistic takes the number
of goals and saves divided into the
number of saves. The season record is
.676 set by senior Gary Waters in 1981.
With this Saturday's game against
Virginia and the playoffs still remain
ing, Mealey has an outstanding .727
"It's a great feeling having
somebody we can trust behind us,"
defenseman Chris Walker said. "Even
if we get beat, we know that he
(Mealey) is still back there. He's the
best one-on-one goalie I've ever seen."
The second half was played evenly as
both teams began to get sloppy and
both coaches used their benches. Ford
continued his assault on Parker's
record and with 5:50 left in the third
quarter tied it on an extra-man goal
with Ray Crosby getting the assist.
Three minutes later Ford did it all by
himself, firing home his eighth goal of
Ford now has 34 goals on the year
and with the Virginia game plus an
uncertain number of playoff games, he
is within reach of the UNC record for
most goals in a season. That mark is
43, set in 1974 by former All-American
"Mac got a lot of his goals on extra
man offense," Scroggs said. "The
open guy should get the shot and he
was open. The first line played very
well and dominated the play, which
made us happy."
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Nesbit shatters records,
named top ACC woman
By SCOTT SMITH
North Carolina ail-American senior
Joan Nesbit turned in outstanding perfor
mances Friday and Saturday in the ACC
track and field championships at Fetzer
Field, shattering conference records in
two events as the Tar Heel women finish
ed second overall in the two-day competi
tion. Nesbit, who was named the meet's
most outstanding female performer, Fri
day ran the 10,000 meters in 33:00.53,
one-tenth of a second better than the
previous ACC record, and more than 33
seconds under the meet record. She came
back on Saturday to set the pace in the
3,000 meters, clocking in at 9:24.77 20
seconds under the previous meet record.
"Joan's performance was just outstan
ding," UNC coach Don Lockerbie said.
"Her time in the 10,000 was one of the
best in the world ... and to run two tough
races like these and win both of them go
ing away is unbelievable."
Nesbit finished almost four minutes
ahead of teammate Madlyn Morreale in
the 10,000, and was well under the
NCAA qualifying time.
Overall, Virginia won the women's title
for the second straight year, rallying from
a 75-52 deficit Friday to UNC to finish at
219, to the Tar Heels' 170.5. Maryland
was a distant third at 113.
Although the UNC women came up
short as a team, Lockerbie said he was
very pleased with the squad's outstanding
"We were really thrilled with our per
formances," he said. "A year ago our
women only scored 75 points. Today we
had 170, so they showed tremendous im
provement." He said UNC gave Virginia a much
tougher fight than many people thought
possible. "On paper everyone was sup
posed to lose to Virginia. Everybody
thought they would score 300 points and
we held them to 219."
Lockerbie was also impressed with
freshman long jumper Felecia Carter,
who won her event with an ACC record
leap of 19-7, and senior Kelly Houk, who
won the 400-meter run in a time of 55.21 ,
placed fourth in the 400-meter hurdles
and played key roles on both second
place UNC relay teams. .
"Carter's long jump is reminiscent of
Bob Beamon," Lockerbie said. "She had
been jumping in the low 18s and to better
that by more than Wz feet to win the
ACC as a freshman is just fabulous.
"Houk ran four events for us and
came through spectacularly for the
Other Tar Heel women with impressive
showings were Katy Lichota, who finish
ed first in the discus with a throw of
144-10 and second in the shot put; Shun
ta Robinson, who won the shot put with a
throw of 44-7; Diane Thomas, who had
an ACC meet record of 14.06 to win the
100-meter hurdles, while finishing third
and fourth in the 100- and 200-meters,
respectively; freshman Sherrie MacKin
ney, who was first in the javelin with a
meet record throw of 150-5; Madlyn
Morreale, the runner-up in the 5,000- and
10,000-meter runs; and Alisa Murray,
who placed second in the 400 meters.
In the men's competition, N.C. State
won its second straight team title, led by
the performance of senior sprinter and
hurdler Gus Young. r
State finished with 161 points, edging
Virginia (146) and Clemson (125) for the
crown. North Carolina finished .seventh
with 10 points.
No one was more responsible for State
overcoming a first-day Clemson lead than
Young. Saturday, Young finished with
victories in the 100- and 200-meter dashes
and the 1 10-meter hurdles.
His times of 10.34 in the 100 and 20.65
in the 200 qualified him for the NCAAs
and the Olympic Trials. He was named
most valuable men's performer for the
Although the UNC men performed
without several key competitors because
of injuries, Lockerbie was openly disap
pointed with the seventh-place finish. He
said he had hoped the UNC men could
finish at least fifth.
The Tar Heels' only bright spot came
in the javelin, where brothers Curt and
Nate Sheaffer placed third and sixth,
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