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The Daily Tar HeelMonday. February 1 1. 1985
State uses depth to beat
UNC in women's hoops
North Caroliina guard Pam Leake,
the ACC's leading women's basketball
scorer, played 38 minutes and 1 2
seconds Saturday night in Raleigh,
before fouling out with 1 8 points, six
rebounds and seven assists.
Leake's rival for conference player of
the year. Linda "Hawkeye" Page, both
watched and participated in the Wolf
pack's 70-63 come-from-behind win,
scoring 1 8 points in her 21 minutes on
The reality is that Leake must play
while Page can rest. UNC coach
Jennifer Alley's thin roster includes nine
players, two of whom are inexperienced
walk-ons. Twentieth-ranked N.C. State
mentor Kay Yow calls on all 1 1 of her
So it surprised none of the 3000 fans
at Reynolds Coliseum when substitutes
Annemarie Tread way (10 points and 12
rebounds) and Carla Hillman (five
points, two key steals) rallied N.C. State
from a 10-point second-half deficit,
keying a 22-5 spurt in the final 8:09 and
powering the Wolfpack's seventh win
in a row.
With the victory, N.C. State
squelched both UNC's bid for league
leadership and its eight-game winning
streak. The Wolfpack moved to 17-5,
9-1 in the ACC. North Carolina
dropped to 15-8, 9-3 in the conference.
Leake said she expected to see
everybody on the Wolfpack bench play
"Their bench was the difference,"
Leake said. "They were always fresh.
State can bring in five new people
(including) an Annemarie Treadway for
a spark. We don't have five players to
Interestingly, though, Leake said
fatigue did not hamper the Tar Heels.
"We didn't run out of gas," she said.
"We've been playing seven players Tournament."
A CC tix distribution starts today
Students who won in the drawing for
ACC Basketball Tournament tickets
have to pay for them before Wednesday
at 4:30 p.m., or else lose their rights
to the tickets.
People whose names were on the
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and athletic passes and pay today
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games in the tournament. Students will
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Their bench was the dif
ference. They were always
fresh. We don't have five
players to put in.1
(regularly) for 23 games now. I'm used
to playing all those minutes ... still at"
times 1 was a little winded."
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or more, including senior point guard
Pam Hammond, who played the dura
tion. Conversely, devilish guard Robin
Mayo (six points, six assists, six steals)
was the only State player to play 30.
The season series moved to 2-1 in
State's favor and the teams have split
their last six meetings. The intrastate
rivalry carries over to women's basket
ball, as UNC fans pointed for weeks
to "that big State game."
But Leake and Hammond prepared
no differently than usual for N.C. State.
"The rivalry is more them against us,
than us against them," said Hammond,
UNC's all-time assist leader with 463.
"They think they are the best team in
North Carolina and they try to prove
it in recruiting, in coaching and on the
"When we play them, it's just another
game on the schedule."
Leake whistled a similar tune. "To
me, there's no rivalry," said Leake, a
5-7 junior from Chapel Hill. "I look at
N.C. State like any other game because
I grew up here and too much was made
of it ... because of the men's teams.
"This is behind us. We've got to beat
Duke (Feb. 13) and Wake Forest (Feb.
20) and look forward to the ACC
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If alternates are needed, tickets will
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By MIKE WATERS
The North Carolina wrestling team
came away with two impressive ACC
wins Friday and Saturday as coach Bill
Lam's Tar Heels readied themselves for
the ACC tournament.
In Friday's 26-12 victory over Vir
ginia and Saturday's 42-6 trouncing of
Maryland, North Carolina served
notice that it will be ready to challenge
N.C. State in the tournament to be held
March I and 2 in Carmichael
This weekend's matches were espe
cially important for UNC after losing
to the Wolfpack for the second time
this season in Raleigh Thursday night.
That 25-12 loss apparently stoked the
flames under the Tar Heels at the
expense of a few Wahoos and
One Tar Heel who didn't need much
provoking was sophomore Al Palacio.
Palacio, ranked 7th nationally at 118.
raised his record to 25-4 with a 19-3
technical fall over Maryland's Joe
Crisafi that set the tone for Saturday
North Carolina has been dominating
opponents in the lower weight classes
all year and Palacio has been the
trendsetter. Wins are in fashion this
winter for Palacio.
"We looked pretty tough the last
couple of days." Palacio said. "This
weekend was very important seeding
wise for the tournament."
Chip McArdle took just two minutes
out of his Saturday night to register a
quick pin of Terrapin Tony Russo. The
junior also notched a 13-5 win against
Staulters kept things going against
Maryland and stretched the UNC
margin to 18-0 with a technical fall
Bowman Gray pool bids a silent
By SCOTT CANTERBERRY
The cracks in the old rafters' paint
can easily be seen after entering the
building. Seven newer championship
banners hang from the rafters, weakly
disguising the structure's antiquity.
Below, one can see the white lines
in the bleached black tiles of the eight
lanes as well as the racing flags extend
ing across the floor, row after row.
The sounds of the retort of the
starting gun, arms cutting through the
water, dull claps of the diving board,
piercing whistles of encouragement, and
applause after a winning time give
life to the buildings -. -.
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UNC's wrestlers readied themselves for the ACC tourney and rival N.C.
decision. Staulters has replaced junior
John Aumiller for the past week of
action at 126 pounds. Another Tar Heel
replacement, who had two big wins, was
Matt King at 142. King stepped into
the starting line-up following freshman
standout Len Bernstein's broken thumb
a week ago versus Clemson. King
earned a 3-1 decision over UVa's John
Parr with a reversal with less than a
minute left in the final period. King's
superior decision Saturday moved the
score to 21-0, UNC.
Bernstein's roommate, Rob Koll,
proved he was ready for the ACC
tournament with a first-period pin
Friday and an 18-3 technical fall
Saturday. The freshman manhandled
both his opponents and continued to
This life is the real Bowman Gray
Pool, the home of meets, records and
many UNC swimming and diving
victories since Januarv 1 939. Last
Friday's meet with South Carolina
closed out a successful 46-year tradition
for the Bowman Gray Pool as the home
of the Tar Heel swimming and diving
teams, which will move to the Student
Activities Center for all competitive
meets next season.
And although both the women and
men's team lost, 8 1 -58 and 59-54
respectively. Coach Frank Comfort said
he thought it was a good way to end
the Bowman Gray tradition.
"I think the last meet meant a lot
more to me and Rich Deselm (asst.
coach) because we've been around
longer," Comfort said. "But, the men's
meet was one of the best meets I've seen
in a long time," Comfort said of the
battle between the I8th-ranked Game
cocks and the unranked Tar Heels. "It
was a good wav to finish."
By BETH VELLIQUETTE
For the past few weeks, whenever the
members of the UNC women's gymnas
tics team worked out in the gym, they
saw the number 175 on the wall. That
was the number they wanted to reach
to set a new school record for the all
around team score.
On Saturday night, before an over
flow crowd at Fetzer Gymnasium, the
team defeated William & Mary and
broke the record with a score of 176.45.
"We got tired of seeing the 175 on the
wall." said senior co-captain Sue
Tonietto said that all week the women
had adopted a philosophy of PMA
positive mental attitude
In a sport like gymnastics, confidence
and mental attitude is the key that leads
to success, according to coach Derek
Galvin. "Phvsicallv. thev had the skills
North Carolina 75, Louisiana State 70
UNC (75) Joe Wolf 2-5 4-4 8. Curtis Hunter 2-4 0
0 4. Brad Daugherty 9-13 l-l 19. Steve Hale 6-12 2-2
14. Kenny Smith 5-9 5-5 15, Buzz Peterson l-l 0-0 2.
Ranzino Smith 1-1 0-0 2, Dave Popson 3-4 0-0 6, Warren
Martin 2-3 1-1 S. Totals: 31-52 13-13 75.
LSU (70) John Williams 5-9 0-0 10, Nikita Wilson
7-12 1-2 15. Jose Vargas 2-3 0-1 4. Derrick Taylor 8
14 0-0 16. Jerry Reynolds 7-12 0-0 14. Ricky Blanton
0-0 0-0 0. Don Redden 3-6 0-0 6. Zoran Jovanovich I
3 3-4 5. Totals: 33-59 4-7 70.
Halftime: LSU, 39-36.
Louisiana State 14-8.
Records: North Carolina 18-5.
Georgia Tech 7-3 18-4
North Carolina 5-3 18-5
Maryland 5-3 19-7
Duke 6-4 17-4
N.C. State 5-4 14-7
Wake Forest 4-5 13-8
Clemson 3-6 13-8
Virginia 1-8 12-11
Duke 70. Maryland 62
N.C. State 82. SMU 78 (OT)
Virginia 74, Louisville 65
Clemson 98. S. Carolina 81
be a counted-on winner in the middle
divisions with a 26-6 overall record.
The upper divisions have been a
problem for Lam's squad in 1985, but
there were signs of a breakthrough the
past couple of days. At 158. Joe
Silvestro notched two wins including a
tough 7-3 victorv over Joe Schwab of
Maryland. UNC led 30-0 and the
eleventh win of the season was
"For me, this was a really big
weekend," said Silvestro. "I've been in
kind of a slump, but I'm starting to .
come out of it. Coach said 'go out and
have some fun.' Winning is fun. We're
ready for our ACC and national run."
Silvestro said that while the second
loss to N.C. State hurt, the Tar Heels
A good finish to a very long, suc
cessful history. Since the pool's
construction in 1 939, UNC mens' teams
have compiled a 346-1 1 8 record, won
1 1 Southern Conference champion
ships, seven Atlantic Coast Conference
titles and finished in the Top 20 at the
NCAA Championships 1 6 times.
UNC womens' teams have recorded
an 80-12 dual-meet mark, won four
ACC championships and finished in the
nation's Top 10 nine times while calling
Bowman Gray home for the past 1 1
When it was first built, the pool was
considered to be one.of the nationkbest, -Comfort
of the 1949 and 1957 NCAA Sw'imming
and Diving Championships. Even
today. Bowman Gray "is still one of the
fastest pools in the U.S.," Comfort said.
"It's a beautilul pool," he said. "As
far as recruiting, it's the best old pool
in the country."
team surpasses overall
in William & Mary win
and talent to score at that level. What
they had to do is allow themselves to
do it mentally," Galvin said.
UNC began its drive toward 175 in
the vaulting event as it took the first
four places. Missy Shaffner won first
with a score of 9.3 when she hit a
difficult front handspring with a front
somersault. Stacy Kaplan was second
and Christine Thorne was third.
On the uneven parallel bars, UNC
expanded its lead over William & Mary
despite some uncharacteristic mistakes.
"The girls missed things that I've never
seen them do in practice. But then we
had some excellent performances as
well." Galvin said.
Christine Thorne was first in uneven
parallel bars, followed by Lori Pepple
of William & Marv and Tonietto of
Another school record was set in the
balance beam event as the team scored
Georgia Tech 94. Wake Forest 75
North Carolina 75. I.SU 70
N.C. State 70, North Carolina 63
UNC (63) - Poindexter 1-2 2-2 4, Wilson 4-10 1-4 9.
Royster 7-15 2-5 16. Leake 8-17 2-4 18. Hammond 3
10 2-2 8, List 4-110-0 8. Cannon 0-0 0-0 0. Holt 0-0
0- 0 0.
NCSU (70) - Rouse 3-4 1-2 7. Page 6-16 6-6 18, Adams
1- 4 1-2 3. Mulligan 4-9 0-0 8. Mayo 2-3 2-3 6. Treadway
4-11 2-3 10, Hillman 2-3 1-4 5. Trice 4-10 00 8. Daye
2- 3 1-2 5. Burney 0-2 0-0 0. Lindsay 0-10-0 0.
Records: UNC 15-8. ACC 9-3; NCSU 17-5. ACC 9-1.
North Carolina 23. Temple 4
Records: UNC 7-2. Temple 8-2
Temple 13. North Carolina 3
Records: Temple 16-0. UNC 6-3
North Carolina 26, Virginia 12
118 Al Palacio (UNC) def. Hauser. 7-2; 126 Chip
McArdle (UNC) def. Blaha. 13-5; 134 Felthousen def.
State with two impressive wins
still believed a conference championship
could be won. He pointed to the scores
of UNC's matches versus Virginia and
Maryland and those of State's as
Tad Wilson followed Silvestro with
a win on both outings. His 18-5 win
over Virginia's John Wagner sealed
Friday's win and eased the pressure on
UNC's heavier wrestlers, who have had
problems battling back from several
In the three heaviest divisions, only
heavyweight Stacey Davis earned a win
this weekend. He won, 7-5, against
Maryland to end the slaughter. Before
him Greg Zwilling walked out to gain
credit for a six-point win when Mary
land forfeited at the 190-pound class.
But the recruiting pull of the pool,
which attracted many of the nation's
top swimmers in the '40s and '50s,
started to fade away in the '60s, Comfort
said. Although UNC has been able to
get great women to swim here, many
of the top men swimmers have chosen
to attend school elsewhere because of
the facilities, he said.
The new Olympic size pool in the
SAC should provide UNC with one of
the premiere facilities in the country.
But still, the pool has supplied many
fond memories for Comfort, who is in
his eighth Season of coaching the UNC
.iTitoo pariculac,dualet.AviajS; oyer
"NrCrState in the Bowman Gray Pool
stand out as highlights for Comfort. A
February 1980 home triumph marked
the first time that the Wolfpack men
had lost an ACC dual-meet in 10 years.
Similarily, a February 1982 win was the
first time the UNC women had ever
beaten the State swimmers.
44.9. "Beam is the toughest event to
compete in women's gymnastics.
That's usually the event that decides
whether you win or lose," Galvin said.
"We're finally getting to the level on
beam that I thought we should be all
Shaffner won the balance beam while
Tammy Gilbert, Elizabeth Boulton and
Kaplan tied for second.
The final event, floor exercise, was
also dominated by the strong tumbling
skills of UNC. First place went to
Kaplan, second to Gilbert and third to
UNC's next goal is 177. "One of the
teams in the region that is ahead of us
is Kentucky," Galvin said. "They've
scored 1 77 in each of their last two meets
so in order to gain a higher seating in
the NCAA, we have to pass them by.
That's going to be a very tough task,
but I think we're capable of doing it."
, Gene Staulters (UNC). 7-3; 142 - Matt King (UNC)
' def. Parr. 3-1: 150 Rob Koll (UNC) def. Fischbein.
2:58; 158 Joe Silvestro (UNC) def. Palmucci. 17-5;
167 Tad Wilson (UNC) def. Wagner. 18-5; 177 -Capanna
def. Tracey Davis (UNC), 4-2; 190 Dillon
def. GregZwilling(UNC). 1 1-5; HWT Mellodef. Stacey
Davis (UNC). 8-3.
North Carolina 42, Maryland 6
1 18 Al PalacioTUNC) def. Crisafi. 19-3; 126 - Chip
McArdle (UNC) pinned Russo. 2:00; 134 Gene
Staulters (UNC) def. Lawrence. 17-1; 142 Matt King
(UNC) def. Campbell. 16-9; 150 - Rob Koll (UNC) def.
Brown. 18-3: 158 - Joe Silvestro (UNC) def. Schwab.
7-3: 167 Tad Wilson (UNC) def. Scovel. 13-9; 177
-- Peperak won by disqualification over Tracey Davis
UNC).4:52; 190 Zwilling(UNC) won by forfeit; HWT
- Stacey Davis (UNC) def. Pyle. 7-5.
North Carolina 176.45, William & Mary 167.0
Vau:t: Shaffner 9.3. Kaplan 9.25. Thorne 8.95.
Uneven Parrallel Bars: Thorne 8.7. Pepple 8.6. Tonietto
Balance Beam: Shaffner 9.2. Kaplan. Boulton, Gilbert,
Floor Exercise: Kaplan 9.1. Gilbert 9.05. Tonietto 8.8.
All-around: Kaplan 35.7. Pepple 34.05. Tonietto 33.9.
WOMEN'S BASKETBALL vs. Duke. Carmichael
Auditorium. 7:30 p.m.
MEN'S SWIMMING at N.C. State. 7 p.m.
MEN'S BASKETBALL at Maryland. 7 p.m.
MEN'S & WOMEN'S FENCING at N.C. State, TBA