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6The Daily Tar HeelMonday, February 9, 1987
falls to Auburn . . .
By LORNA KHALIL
In its second loss of the season,
the North Carolina women's
swimming and diving team was
defeated in its final home meet
by tough Auburn team, 136-130,
Friday afternoon in Koury
The loss marks UNC's second
in as many tries against Auburn,
which is a perennial top 10 power
in women's swimming. The 22nd
ranked Tigers moved their record
to 2-3 with the win, while the 1 1 th
ranked Tar Heels slipped to 7-2
on the season with only one dual
meet against N.C. State remain
ing in the regular season.
The competition was close
throughout the entire meet and
was finally decided on the last
event, the 400-yard freestyle relay
which Auburn captured by two
seconds. They are a great team,"
senior co-captain Martha
McCann said. "We were all
expecting a great meet and we
knew each point would be critical.
The coaches expected it to come
down to the last relay."
Although they lost to a lower
ranked team, the Tar Heels had
a good meet. Co-captain Susan
. . . And men's team
comes up short as well
By CHRIS SPENCER
The 19th-ranked Auburn Tig
ers defeated the UNC men's team
124-93 Friday in a swim meet at
Koury Natatorium, despite a
strong individual performance by
Tar Heel sophomore Larry
UNC's record fell to 5-4 while
the Tigers improved to 2-4.
Auburn could not shake UNC
until the second half of the meet,
when the Tigers took six of the
last eight events.
The Tigers were led by Rod
Bowman and Stephen Bauman,
who won two events each. Jose
Rocha turned in an excellent
diving performance, sweeping
both the one-meter and three
meter events. V.' O J !
Bloch; led the Tar Heels b
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O'Brien had a flawless perfor
mance for UNC. In addition to
participating in the victorious
200-yard medley relay, O'Brien
gained three individual first-place
finishes by winning the 100- and
200-yard backstrokes and the
200-yard indivdual medley.
Junior standout Melanie Bud
demeyer also had a good day for
North Carolina despite coming
off a week-long illness. Budde
meyer captured the 100- and 200
yard butterfly events and placed
second in the 100-yard freestyle.
UNC had two other individual
event winners against Auburn.
Sophomore Wendy Powers won
the 100-yard breaststroke and
Kim Beattie won the 200-yard
freestyle, an event where she just
missed breaking her own pool
record. Although she didnt win
an individual event, junior Mon
ica Strahl boosted the Tar Heels
by turning in the best perfor
mance of her college career.
These great efforts were not
enough for UNC to overcome the
Tigers, however. North Carolina
needed more crucial fifth-place
finishes, but Auburn had a little
winning the 400-yard free relay,
swimming a strong leg on the 400
yard medley relay, and taking the
100-yard freestyle in a pool
record time of 45.24.
"1 bettered my lifetime best
tonight, so I'm really happy with
my times and hope to make the
NCAA cuts at the ACC Cham
pionship meet," Bloch said. "Only
30 people in the country make it,
so I'm really proud of that."
Other Tar Heel winners were
senior Billy Williams and fresh
man Tod Schroeder, who set a
personal-best time in the 50-yard
freestyle of 20.84.
UNC coach Frank Comfort
said, "Auburn has been one of the
best teams in the nation for the
last ISyears and they showed it
""tonight They 'are an excellent1
Smith Level Road
By BOB YOUNG
Assistant Sports Editor
The most impressive statistic from
the UNC wrestling team's two
weekend victories over Virginia (34
4) and Maryland (36-14) was not to
be found in the combined score of
70-18; or in the fact that Tar Heel
wrestlers scored five pins against the
Terrapins; or that UNC has an ACC
winning streak of 1 3 matches dating
back to 1985.
The most impressive numbers are
the total career wins compiled by
UNC seniors Al Palacio and Chip
McArdle. Palacio, the country's top
tanked wrestler at 118, has a season
mark of 33-0. McArdle, second
rated at 126, is 27-7 on the year. But
their career marks 114-17-3 for
Palacio and 112-34-1 for McArdle
make them the two winningest
wrestlers in the history of the ACC.
Both athletes, along with Joe
Silvestro at 167, wrestled in their
final home match Sunday against
Because Maryland's wrestler at
190 had to catch an early flight out
of Raleigh-Durham Regional Air
port, that match was contested first.
UNC freshman Ben Oberly and the
Terrapins' Jeff Giovino fought to a
6-6 tie after two periods, but Oberly
gained an early advantage in the final
stanza and pinned Giovino with 46
seconds remaining in the match.
At 118, Palacio got out to a 5
0 first-period lead against Dan
Mclntyre. But the All-American
made the score in the match a moot
point when he pinned Mclntyre a
minute into the second period.
At 126, McArdle faced the Ter
rapins' Troy Lawrence. By the time
the match was 10 seconds old,
Lawrence was picked up off the mat.
Six seconds later, he was firmly stuck
to that same mat with McArdle in
UNC 74, Virginia 73
UNC Reid 714 7-8 21. Popson 2-9 0-1 5,
Wolf 8-11 0-0 16. Lebo 4-10 0-0 10, K. Smith 4
14 3-3 12. Bucknall 1-2 0-1 2, Williams 0-l'5-
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UNC's Rob Koll on his way to scoring one of his team's five pins in Sunday's 36-14 thumping of Maryland
command. In the span of 16 seconds,
the Tar Heels scored their third
After UNC's Enzo Catullo gave
his team a 21-0 lead by winning an
1 1-5 decision at 134, Lenny Bernstein
stuck another Turtle on its back
when he pinned Matt Caro in 1:34
in the match at 142.
Jon Cardi was the next Tar Heel
winner, racking up an 8-6 victory
6 5, Hunter 1-4 0-1 2. R. Smith 1-4 0-0 2, Henstey
0-0 0-0 0. Totals: 28-69 15-20 74.
VIRGINIA A. Kennedy 8-18 3-4 19. M.
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Blanks 0-0 0-0 0. Totals; 27-65 1 9-22 73.
Halftime Score UNC 35. Virginia 34. Three
point goals UNC 3-15 (Lebo 2-7. K. Smith 1
8), Virginia 0-2 (Sheehey 0-1. Morgan 0-1).
Turnovers UNC 12. Virginia 10. Rebounds
UNC 41 (Reid 14). Virginia 37 (A. Kennedy 9).
Assists UNC 1 9 (K. Smith 7), Virginia 1 4 (Johnson
6). Fouled out UNC (Wolf. Lebo), Virginia (M.
Kennedy). Fouls UNC 20, Virginia 1 8. A 20,1 00.
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over Scott Buckiso at 150. At 158,
Rob Koll scored the final pin of the
match as the nation's top-ranked
wrestler needed only 22 seconds in
the second period to upend Steve
The final UNC senior to wrestle,
Silvestro at 167, didn't end his
Carmichael career the way he
wanted. He held a 7-5 lead in the
final period before injuring his knee
UNC 68, Wake Forest 64
UNC Poindexter 10, Royster 16, Cannon 10.
Watts 5. Wilson 14. Gatlin 2. Donnell 4, List 2.
WAKE FOREST Privette 14. Cartner 8, Dodd
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Steenmetz 2, Carter 8.
Halftime UNC 34-30.
V Men's Track
at Lexington, Va.
UNC 85, VMI 56, James Madison 29
Best UNC fetishers: 55 2. Donald Colson 6.43;
400 2, Robert Vineyard 50.61; 1000 1, Eric
Landis 2:30.90; 3, John Hussey 2:32.78; 8001.
Clive Harriott 1:57.33; 3. Ray Farris 1:59.10; 4, Scott
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3, Peggie Harris 8:36.25; 4. Chuck Lotz 8:37.02;
1500 1, Johan Boakes 3:55.40; 2. Jim Farmer
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Retenbach 7:82; 500 1, Dave Fuhrmann 1 05.09;
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1600 relay 1, UNC (Colson, Vineyard. Harriott,
Fuhrmann) 3:1 9.80; 3200 relay 1 . (Boakes. Batra,
Landis. Farmer) 8.02.
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and forfeiting the match to Curt
Scovel. The preliminary diagnosis
was that Silvestro may have torn a
The final two matches similarly
didn't go the Tar Heels' way. Pete
Bearse fell by a score ot 9-0 to the
Terrapins' nationally-ranked Steve
Peperak at 177 and Maryland's Tom
Reese scored ar- ii-2 decison over
Gregg Zwilling at heavyweight.
Miami Doral Park Invitational
At Miami, Fla.
Team results (18 teams): 1. Wake Forest, 895; 2.
LSU and Houston, 899; 4. Alabama and Texas.
905;. . . 13. UNC 936.
Individual results: 1. Rob McNamara (LSU), 213;
Ralph Howe (S. Florida), 218; Edwin O'Connell
(Wake Forest), 219.
UNC individuals: Greg Parker 227, Brendan
Kennedy 230, John Hughes and Jim Sowerwine
243, Duncan Phillips 247.
UNC 34, Virginia 4
118 Palacio d. Hans Houser, 5-3; 126
McArdle d. Rick Brzozinski, 8-2; 134 Catullo d.
Buddy Blaha, 3-2; 142 Bernstein d. John Parr,
2-0; 150 Cardi d. John Placek, 10-3; 158 Koll
d. Gary Fischbein, 13-2; 167 Silvestro tech. fall
over Mike Poist at 4:17; 177 John Wagner (Va.)
d. Pete Bearse, 8-0; 190 Oberly pinned Dennis
O'Brien at 4:50; Hwt Pat Crowley (UNC) d. Butch
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