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4The Daily Tar HeelFriday, January 25, 1985
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Swimmers to meet Vols
By SCOTT CANTERBERRY
Like the weather, the women's
swimming and diving team did a little
record-breaking of its own last
Saturday's 84 to 56 loss to Clemson
marked the first time since February 1981
that the Tar Heels had lost an ACC
Although the loss' stopped the
unbeaten string, Coach Frank Comfort
said the team should learn from the
experience, starting with today's 2:00
meet against Tennessee in Bowman
"We would have liked to have beaten
Clemson," Comfort said. "You have to
give (Clemson) credit for winning.
"(The loss) allowed the women to
focus on their responsibilities for the rest
of the season. It showed all of us that
any of four teams can win the confer
ence," he said, referring to Clemson,
Virginia, N.C. State and defending
champ UNC .
And considering the ACC dual meet
results thus far this season, the ACC
Championships (Feb. 14 .-16) should be
a close, unpredictable meet.
In fact, the conference battle should
be the tightest since 1981, Comfort said.
Before the ACC Championships, the
team must compete in several key dual
meets, including an away meet with
Virginia on Sunday. The team also
travels to Raleigh to take on the
Wolfpack on Feb. 5.
Today's meet with Tennessee, which
is not as strong as the Volunteer team
that finished 11th in the NCAAs last
season, should give the 9th-ranked Tar
Heels ample opportunity to wipe out
the loss to Clemson.
"We just want to rebound (from our
loss) and swim and dive well (Friday),"
Comfort said. Admission is free and
open to the public.
Leading individual performers for
UNC this season have been Ail
Americans Polly Winde and Sue Scott,
as well as two freshmen, Melanie
Buddemeyer and Susan O'Brien.
The return of junior Sarah Durstein
to competition will give UNC additional
strength and maturity, Comfort said.
But to retain the conference cham
pionship, he said everyone on the team
must swim and dive well. "We need to
. have 16 swimmers and five divers (to
do well) to win."
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UNC, Tech guards jnen of similar backgrounds
From stalT reports
North Carolina and Georgia Tech
will get together in Carmichael Aud
itorium at 2:30 Sunday, and when they
do their backcourts will feature not only
four of the best guards in the ACC but
also players from similar backgrounds.
UNC's point man Kenny Smith and
Tech's shooting guard Bruce Dalrymple
once played together in the Riverside
Church basketball program in Harlem
and were two of the biggest recruits out
of basketball-rich New York City in
"It's like seeing a cousin you haven't
seen for a while when Bruce comes here
to play," Smith said. "We Ye gotten to
know each other very well. WeVe even
lived together on trips. I sure hope his
team loses Sunday, but I hope he plays
Likewise, Tar Heel guard Steve Hale
and Tech point man Mark Price were
two of Oklahoma's Tri-Players of the
year in 1982, along with Wayman
Tisdale, now playing for Oklahoma.
Statistically, the four guards enter the
game averaging double figures in
scoring and are impressive in other
areas. Smith is averaging 13.1 points,
has 129 assists (No. 1 in ACQ and 34
steals; Dalrymple is averaging more
than 14 ppg and is Tech's No. 3
rebounder; Hale is averaging 11.4
points, has 92 assists and is shooting
88.9 percent from the FT line (No. 1
in ACQ; and Price is averaging 16
points per game.
The game, which will be televised
nationally by NBC (Ch. 28 locally),
could be a battle for first place in the
ACC. UNC is 4-1, followed by Mary
land and Wake Forest at 3-1. But
Maryland is outside the conference this
weekend, and Wake travels to Virginia
for a 1:30 televised game. Tech enters
at 3-2 in the conference after wins over
Virginia and Clemson this week.
Despite the fact that UNC has not
lost to Georgia Tech in ACC play, and
overall not since 1970, coach Dean
Smith is cautious.
One of the keys, Smith said, will be
on the boards, where the Tar Heels have
had trouble in recent ACC games.
Smith said center Brad Daugherty, who
had 28 points against Jacksonville
Monday, has regained his confidence
after several disappointing outings. He
also hoped that forward Joe Wolf
would be near full strength after
spending several weeks on the bench
with a sprained ankle. Smith also said
he will give junior Warren Martin, a
valuable reserve recently, more playing
time against Tech.
Wrestlers brave injuries going into big weekend
By MIKE WATERS
Tonight and tomorrow night's home
matches with Northwestern and N.C.
State could make up the North Carolina
wrestling team's most important wee
kend to date. V
The Tar Heels have rebounded from
early season losses to nationally-ranked
foes like Iowa State, Wisconsin, and
Northern Iowa. UNC has earned wins
in five of its last six matches. Just last
weekend North Carolina downed
Navy's nationally-ranked and unde
feated Midshipmen, 23-19, in Annapo
But Northwestern and N.C. State will
tell UNC coach Bill Lam just how much
the Tar Heels benefited from their
December trip to the Midwest Cham
pionships in Ames, Iowa. The Northw
estern match gets underway at 7:30
tonight in Carmichael Auditorium, and
State comes to town tomorrow at 7:30
"At Navy we wrestled better than
we'd wrestled all year, Lam. said. "I
hope we can keep it going and get the
injury situation cleared up."
A rash of injuries, mostly minor ones,
have kept Lam from going with' a
regular lineup each time out onto the
mat. This weekend, the juggling could
reach a frenzy as North Carolina
attempts to get its best possible match
ups each night.
Usually UNC is strong at the 134
pound class, but juniors John Aumiller
(staph) and Craig Staulters (knee) are
out. Lam hopes to get one or both back
by next week, but tonight and tomor
row he must fill a hole where once UNC
At 150 pounds, junior Matt King is
out with a pulled hamstring and
freshman Rob Koll has moved down
a weight class to replace him. Koll
wrestled against Duke on Wednesday
with a broken thumb and was bothered
only a little, according to Lam.
Tracey Davis will probably be ready
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to go at 177 pounds despite popping
a knee ligament in practice. Heavy
weight Stacey Davis has been hobbled
by a bad ankle. He is expected to be
ready tonight since he wrestled in the
Duke match with little discomfort.
Lam said he is worried only about
his sudden lack of wrestlers at 134
pounds and Stacey Davis' ankle in the
heavyweight division. Lam pointed out
that Northwestern is coming into the
match with some injury troubles of its
"If they are well, theyH be extremely
tough," Lam said. "If they stay hurt,
then we should handle them all right."
Saturday night's date with the Wolf
pack shapes up as one of the confer
ence's most important contests of the
"It will be plenty emotional this
weekend," Lam said. "They are tough
up top (heavier divisions), so well have
to win low. There will be a lot of
matches within one or two points. The
team scores could be close or get
Concerning the Wolfpack's higher
ranking, Lam said, "They've got a good
team. We can settle that on Saturday."
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