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The Daily Tar HeelMonday, April 7, 19867
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By PARIS GOODNIGHT
The fourth-ranked Johns Hopkins
Blue Jays gave UNC a rude welcoming
to their Baltimore home Saturday and
showed why they have been national
champions for the last two years,
sending the No. 3 Tar Heels home with
a 1 6-4 loss.
It was the first time that a Willie
Scroggs team at North Carolina has lost
two regular season games in a row in
his eight seasons here and the Tar Heels'
worst defeat during his tenure.
The Tar Heels could muster no
defense in the game, allowing two Blue
Jay players to score four goals, or
offense as they scored only one goal
each quarter. Johns Hopkins, fourth
ranked going into the game, is now 5
I while third-ranked North Carolina
falls to 5-2 on the year.
"Their offense was hot. They were
just prOv-ioKi" said UNC's John
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Johns Hopkins scored first only a
minute into the game but freshman
Szczypinski tied the game a minute
later. Craig Bubicr made the score 2
I for the Blue Jays in the first quarter
by scoring his first of four goals. UNC
was losing faceoffs 4-3 in the first period
and this proved to be a problem for
the team all afternoon as Johns Hop
kins eventually won 15 of 25 faceoffs.
Bubier, the Blue Jay's All-American
attackman, erupted in the second period
for three straight goals and UNC was
down 7-1 before freshman Chris Gal
gano scored with five minutes left. The
Tar Heels were down 9-2 at the half
and it only got worse from there. .
James Koester, the only non
freshman to score for UNC, scored the
Tar Heel's only goal of the third period
as three different Blue Jays raised the
score to 12-3. The final period was all
Johns Hopkins as well as Del Dressel
scored three of his four goals and was
only countered with one goal by UNC's
Galgano to make the final 16-4.
Szczypinski said, "It's not that we
weren't well prepared it's just that
Hopkins went out to win and they did."
North Carolina has now been out
scored 21-4 since the third period of the
Maryland defeat last week and the 12
point loss margin was the worst defeat
suffered by a UNC lacrosse team since
a 1978 23-1 1 loss to Maryland. Johns
Hopkins outshot UNC 51-41 as nine
players scored goals while goalie Stuart
Jones kept the Tar Heels out of the net
for the Blue Jays. The teams tied at
49 for ground balls.
UNC will try to turn their losing
streak around this weekend at home
against No. 8 Maryland-Baltimore
County, which will be trying to bounce
back from a defeat bv Duke.
By BOB YOUNG
Assistant Sports Editor
After its performance at this past weekend's Carolina-Duke
Track Carnival, North Carolina State has a good argument
for renaming the meet the Pack Track Party, as the Raleigh
squad jumped, threw and otherwise sprinted away with nine
titles out of the 43 events.
UNC hosted the Friday portion of the two-day, two-site
competition on Fetzer Track. The second day's events were
held at Duke's Wallace Wade Stadium.
The Wolfpack's first track victory came in one of the meet's
deepest events the 100-meters where Harvey McSwain
(10.45 sees.) edged out East Carolina soph Lee McNeill
(10.58) and UNC's Brad Sullivan (10.70).
But it was the Pack women who really dominated on
Friday, winning four of the 1 1 events.
Jennifer Dunklin took the 400-meter title with a time of
55.8 seconds. The Tar Heels' Alisa Murray finished second
with a 57.2 effort. N.C. State's Chavanda Jacobs won the
high jump (5-8), Janet Smith took the 3,000-meters (9:31.0)
and the Pack ran to a 1 1:48.3 victory in the distance medley
:; But the best effort of the day was turned in by Seton
Hall in the men's 1,600-meter relay. The team of Barron
Chambliss, Tracey Baskin, Akanni Gbadamosi and Andrew
Valmon was virtually unchallenged in winning the event with
a track-record time of 3:04.5.
UNC winners from Friday were Jill Irizarry in the 400
meter' hurdles (64.1 sees.) and Felecia Carter in the long
jump (18-1 1 M).
On Saturday, it was again the Wolf pack that flexed its
muscle, this time in the throwing events. Between Tom
Huminik, Terry Thomas, Tom Eckard and Dan Adams,
N.C. State picked up two victories, two second-places and
two fourth-place finishes in the shot put and the discus.
The team from Raleigh also won the 400-meter relay, an
event in which it is the defending NCAA champion. The
foursome of Danny Peebles, McSwain, Jake Howard and
Dwight Frazier wop with a slower-than-expected time of
Saturday event winners from North Carolina were Mike
McGowan in the 5,000-meters (14:30.2); Shunta Robinson
in the shot put (42-6); Irizarry, Leah Ann Miller, Monica
Witterholt and Murray in the 3,200-meter relay (9:07.7); and
Murray, Tonda Freeman, Donna Culbert and Irizarry in
the 1,600-meter relay (3:49.2).
Other UNC athletes with top-five finishes from this
weekend were: Men: George Nicholas (second in the 1,500
meters); Kevin McGorty (second in the pole vault); Jim
Farmer (fourth in the 800-meters); Sullivan (third in the 200
meters); Reggie Harris (fourth in the 5,000-meters) and Bill
Will (fifth in the 5,000-meters). Women: Miller (third in the
800-meters); Freeman (fourth in the 400-meters); Lyn
Norwood (fourth in the high jump); Vicki Verinder (fifth
in the 3,000-meters); Culbert (fifth in the 400-meter hurdles);
Leslie Bejian (fourth in the 10,000-meters); Karol Chambers
(second in the 5,000-meters); Kelly Williams (second in the
shot put); Tracey Yurgin (second in the javelin); Diane
Thomas (fifth in the 100-meter hurdles); and Vanessa Hatch
(fourth in the discus).
Jazz tip body for sprisi;
By LINDA MONTANARI
Okay, in the winter it's u12 ways
to spice up your hot chocolate"; in
the summer it's "how to avoid
sunburn while playing volleyball",
and now we present to you yet
another inane seasonal feature filler:
spring, and "how to wear last year's
bathing suit without getting booed
off the beach!"
Seriously, there's this concept
called exercise, and it can help you
not only shed extra pounds but tone
muscles and develop cardiovascular
Jazzercise classes, which combine
dancing with aerobics, have become
popular in the past several years.
Locally, they are taught at the
Chapel Hill Community Center in
the mornings and at Ephesus Ele
mentary School in the evenings.
"The most frequent mistake is
doing too much too soon," explained
Judi Sheppard Missett, founder of
Jazzercise. "It took months to put
on those extra pounds, and they're
not going to come off overnight."
Aerobics performed three times a
week for 20-minute periods can also
increase endurance and lower your
body fat percentage, Missett says.
Walking, cycling, rowing, swim
ming, running and dance exercise are
good aerobic choices. Exercise
programs should ideally be com
bined with low-fat, high complex
"The ultimate goal is to begin a
year-round fitness program, and it's
easier to start exercising when the
weather is nice," she said.
Claudia Jones, a Jazzercise instruc
tor with Chapel Hill Parks and
Recreation, said there's no. point in
choosing an activity that you don't
enjoy and therefore won't do
simply because it offers fast results
or greater benefits.
Progress will seem easier if you
set "stepping-stone" goals along the
way, Jones said. Concentrate on
losing one or two pounds a week,
and reward yourself with small, non
For more information on the
Jazzercise classes, contact Chapel
Hill Parks and Recreation at 968-2784.
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By JAMES SUROWSECKI
Assistant Sports Editor
The UNC baseball team followed
Horace Greeley's advice and ventured
west this past weekend, and the journey
paid off with a split of the Tar Heels'
two-game series with eighth-ranked
Actually, UNC had an excellent shot
at sweeping both games, a feat which
might have catapulted the squad back
into the national spotlight. Friday, the
Tar Heels banged out three home runs,
but lost 9-4 as they committed three
errors and starter David Trautwein was
bombed for six runs in the fifth inning.
The Titans started oil fast, picking
up two runs in the first and one in the
fourth before exploding in the fifth
frame. While Trautwein was being
battered. Oral Roberts starter Tim
McCoy was shutting out UNC for the
first four innings and limiting the Tar
Heels to just six hits on the day. McCoy,
who upped his record to 8-2, went the
distance for ORU and didn't let any
UNC batter get more than one hit.
North Carolina continued its custom
ary power production with the three
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lour-baggers and got two runs in the
sixth while scoring once in both the fifth
and seventh innings. The two best Tar
Heel hitters, Devy Bell and Darin
Campbell, both homered, as did third
baseman Mike Jedziniak. Bell finished
the day I-for-3. while Jedziniak went
l-tor-2 against McCoy.
But the Titans outslugged the Tar
Heels as well as outscoring them and
had 1 1 hits on the day. Keith Lockhart
led the way for ORU, stroking four hits
in five at bats, including two doubles
and a home run, while Tim Hecht went
3-for-4 with two RBI and Mike Sham
baugh added a 2-for-5 performance and
drove in a run. The Titan attack
dropped Trautwein to 2-2 on the year.
Doug Torborg mopped up for the Tar
Saturday, UNC rebounded nicely
and thanks to Bell and reliever Gordon
Douglas eked out an important 3-1
victory. Th Tar Heels banged out 13
hits on the day, but weren't able to
capitalize on that production, picking
up single runs in the second, fourth and
UNC got a 3-for-5 performance from
Jedziniak and 2-for-4 days from Camp
bell and Howard Freiling. But the big
blow was struck by Bell, who in the
fourth inning crunched his 1 1th homer
of the year and second in two days to
give the Tar Heels an insurmountable
2-0 lead. He ended the day 2-for-4.
Of course, the lead was insurmoun
table thanks to Gordon Douglas. The
big righthander picked up his fourth
save of the year by setting down the
Titans in order in the eighth inning and
then fanning the side in the ninth.
Douglas, who began the year, as a
starter, seems to be growing into his
bullpen role and was very tough
Douglas saved the victory for starter
Todd Kopczynski, whose record thus
goes to 2-0. For the Titans, starter Matt
Shiflett (4-3) was the hard-luck loser,
as ORU dropped to 28-9 on the year.
The Tar Heels, meanwhile, return to
action Tuesday when they take on
UNCC in Charlotte.
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