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UNC's Jim Stone is thrown out while trying to steal in the Tar Heels' 106 comeback victory Sunday
Golf team rallies to c&ptanre
By SCOTT GREIG
The UNC men's golf team used
its home course advantage and
strong final round performances by
sophomores Peter Brennan and
Brendan Kennedy to take the team
title in the Tar Heel Invitational at
Finley Golf Course Sunday.
UNC. with a score of 861, topped
Tennessee (868) and Duke (875) and
nine other teams to repeat as tour
nament champions for the fifth year
in a row (its sixth Tar Heel Invi
tational championship in seven
years). Top individual honors went
to Tennessee's Gibby Gilbert, who
shot a final round 71 to end up at
5-under-par 211 for the tournament.
The Tar Heel Invitational was the
last warm-up tournament for North
Carolina's golfers before next week's
Atlantic Coast Conference Tourna
ment in Greensboro.
Kennedy, of Orlando, Fla., had
his score down to 4-under-par at one
point Sunday, but faltered slightly.
He held his game together enough
to bring in a final round of 2-under-par
70. Brennan, of Savannah, Ga.,
also had a 70 on Sunday to tie
Kennedy for UNC's low final round
after a showing that UNC coach
Devon Brouse described as good,
"Both Peter's and Brendan's
rounds were critical for us," Brouse
said, "After the first two rounds, we
needed good showings from both of
Team leaders Greg Parker and
John Hughes led the Heels into the
UNC 20, Maryland Bait County 3
UNC 5 7 3 520
UMBC 0 2 103
GOALS. UNC Corey Gavitt 3, Chris Hein 3.
Pat Welsh 2. Tim Welsh 2. Steve Huff. Brett Davy.
John Szczypinski. Ted Brown, Joey Seivold, Gary
Seivold. Rich Crawford, Chris Galgano, Andy
Dunkerton. Roli Breitenecker. UMBC Ray
Ignacio. Todd Canby. Craig Parks. ASSISTS: UNC
P Welsh 3. T. Welsh. Scott Cox. G. Seivold.
Szczypinski. UMBC Rick Fried. Tim Kisielniski.
SHOTS UNC 54. UMBC 21. SAVES: UNC Aburn
4. Olmert 3. UMBC Peter Love 12. Chris Mitzel
5. Steve Gimble 0. FACEOFFS: UNC 12. UMBC
14 GROUND BALLS: UNC 53. UMBC 41. PENAL
TIES UNC 7. UMBC 5 EXTRA MAN GOALS:
Records UNC 6-2. UMBC 3-7.
UNC 9, Maryland 6
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final round with scores of 5-under-par
139 and 3-under-par 141, respec
tively. Parker finished the tourna
ment tied for second-place individ
ually with Guilford's Rod Odom at
3-under-par 213 after a final round
of 74. Hughes, who carded a final
round I -over-par 73, finished tied for
fourth-place individually with Tul
sa's Andre Bossert.
Parker, who started the day tied
for the individual lead, was grabbed
by the two par-3 holes on the back
nine, both of which he bogied.
Playing with Brossert and Gilbert,
Parker's par-3 troubles began on
number 15, where he was the only
member of the threesome on the
green after their tee shots. Parker
had a lengthy lag putt from the back
part of the green to put himself in
a position to par the hole, but it
rolled by farther than he wanted and
his ensuing par putt slid by the cup,
leaving him a tap-in for bogey.
Two holes later, on the 17th hole,
Parker's tee shot ran through the
green and came to rest near the base
of one of the surrounding bushes.
His chip stopped on the back fringe
of the green and he bladed a wedge
to within a couple of inches of the
cup. He kept the wedge in his hand
and knocked in a bogey putt for the
second time in three holes.
Those two lost strokes would
prove to be the final margin of
victory for Gilbert who, after tre
mendous saves from the sand traps
on 15 and 17, parred both holes. Just
to put a little icing on his round,
Warner. Michael Hoog, Doug Torborg (7) and Paul
Devlin. Leading hitters Maryland Warner 3-4.
2RBI. UNC Darin Campbell 4-4. 4RBI. HR; Steve
Mrowka 2-3. 2RBI. HR; Devy Bell 2-4. 2a
UNC 9, Maryland 0
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UNC 2, ECU 0
Winning pitcher: Virginia Augusta (16-2-1).
Game-winning RBI: Tracey Narwid
ECU 5, UNC 4
Records: UNC 26-7-1.
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Team results 1. Furman. 887; 2. LSU. 915;
3. Fla International. 933; 4. Georgia, 925; 5. UNC,
934; 6. Indiana. 935; 7. Auburn. 954; 8. Ohio, 965;
9. Mississippi St, 977.
Individual leaders 1. Dottie Pepper (Furman),
214. 2. Michelle Dobek (Fla Int ), 223, 3. Missy
Parker (LSU), 224.
UNC individuals Suzy McGuire, 228; Donna
DTH Jonathan Serenius
Gilbert knocked home a birdie putt
on 18 under the watchful eyes of
about 50 players and spectators who
had gathered around the green.
Apart from Brennan and
Kennedy, Brouse noted the final
round play of sophomore Jim Sow
erwine and newcomer Mitchell
Perry, a Wake Forest transfer, as
being instrumental in the Heel's
"Those four guys (Kennedy, Bren
nan, Sowerwine and Perry) came on
strong today and made up for what
I guess you'd call lackluster play the
first two days," Brouse said. "Eve
rybody showed me that they're
working real hard and making up
for the mistakes that they make on
the course, and that's what a team
is all about."
Perry, of Fayetteville, had the
rollercoaster round of the tourna
ment on Sunday. Following back-to-back
eagles on the inward nine,
Perry ran into trouble and carded
a score of 5-over-par on the last three
holes after two bogeys (on 16 and
17) and a out-of-bounds-aided triple
bogey on 18.
Afterwards, Brouse had good
feelings about the upcoming ACC
"I feel confident about our chances
to do well in Greensboro," Brouse
said. "I don't know about the lineup
for" the tournament yet. I'm going
to have to think more about that,
but I'm sure well field a strong team,
especially after the performances 1
saw today by our bottom four guys."
Andrews. 228; Katie Peterson. 229; Angela Wells
251; Julie Purdy. 265
At KnoxvWe, Term.
Men's results Sprint medley relay Semif
inals: 3rd. UNC, 3:33.94 (Donald Colson, Brad
Sullivan, Brent Walker, Clive Harriott); Finals: 7th
in 3:26.41; 400 hurdles 6th, B. Walker. 52.51;
100 7th, B. Sullivan. 10.85.
Women's results 1.500 9th, Holly Murray.
4:32.60; 400 hurdles 4th. Jill Irizarry, 1:00.60.
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By JAMES SUROWIECKI
There are times when sport recalls
the drama in its purest form, when
it recalls the drama as a forum for
one actor's solitary confrontation
with his antagonists. Sunday at
Boshamer Stadium was such a time,
-as UNC's Chris Lauria was granted
a surprise moment in the spotlight
and responded in Homeric fashion.
Lauria was called on to pinch hit
for Todd Nichols with the bases
loaded and one out in the ninth
inning. The score was tied. All
Lauria needed was a fly ball deep
enough to get the runner home from
third. He ended up with something
slightly more exhilarating.
The stocky junior quickly worked
Virginia reliever Tommy Yevak to
a 2-0 count. Forced to throw a strike,
Yevak made the mistake of challeng
ing Lauria with a high fastball, and
Lauria showed him the error of his
ways by crushing a grand slam deep
to left-center field.
"IVe been struggling as of late, so
1 wanted the hit bad," Lauria said.
"I was looking for a fastball, because
he had to give me something to hit.
I really like pinch hitting and I like
Tennis teaches Terps what 6-1 means
By LANGSTON WERTZ
Rain, forfeits and cancellations all
characterized a tennis lesson taught
to Maryland by the UNC men's
tennis team on a Sunday of baseline
strokes and power serves.
The baseline strokes, which
sparked the Tar Heels to the 6-1
victory, came courtesy of UNC
No. 1 seed Jeff Chambers. In a
hardfought 7-5, 6-7 (7-9), 6-1 victory
over Carlos Clazerie, Chambers used
his patient groundstrokes to. over
come the fierce net-rushing ons
laught of Clazerie.
In the second set, Chambers came
back from a 5-2 deficit to take a 6
5 lead. On set point, a Chambers
Mize outduels Norman, wins Masters
From Associated Press reports
It took Larry Mize two holes of
sudden death to do it, but he
nevertheless walked away from the
ninth playoff in Masters Golf Tour
nament history to claim the sport's
most prestigious title.
" Mize's first symbolic green jacket1
came despite some of the most '
difficult obstacles possible. After
getting into the playoff with two of
the top golfers in the world, Seve
Tar Heel brviUtiorsai
Team results 1. UNC, Ml; 2. Tennessee. 868;
3. Duke. 875; 4. N.C. State. 878; 5. Tulsa. 880; 6.
South Florida, 881; 7. USC. 883; 8. ECU. 889; 9.
Guilford, 891; 10. Maryland. 901; 11. Temple. 919;
12. East Tenn. St. 949.
Leading individuals 1. Gibby Gilbert (Tenn ).
21 1; 2. Greg Parker (UNC), 213 (won card playoff);
3. Rod Odum (Guilford), 213; 4. (tie) John Hughes
(UNC) and Andre Brossert (Tulsa), 214.
Other UNC individuals Brendan Kennedy.
220; Pete Brennan, 220; Jim Sowerwine, 222;
Mitchell Perry. 226.
1987 College Graduates
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that situation. I love the pressure."
Lauria would have never felt that
pressure had UNC not rallied from
a 6-2 deficit. The Tar Heels fell
behind early, as starter Dave Traut
wein walked shortstop Bill Narleski,
balked him to second and then
yielded a run-scoring single to Kent
A run in the first and another in
the second put UNC up 2-1. But in
the third, an error by second base
man Dave Arendas set the stage for
Savedge, who delivered a fine solil
oquy of his own in the form of a
sharp two-run double. Two innings
later, Trautwein lost his stuff and his
place on the mound.
With on a runner on first and one
out, Cavalier left fielder Tim Myers
singled. Narleski then sliced a ball
down the right field line which Devy
Bell futilely dived for and came up
without. By the time Bell recovered,
Narleski was comfortably on third
and two runs crossed the plate.
Trautwein recovered to fan Savedge,
but then gave up a single to Chris
Kughn that sent Narleski across the
plate and UNC coach Mike Roberts
to the hook.
Southpaw Doug Torborg was
backhand landed just out of bounds,
according to Clazerie. The call was
argued slightly by Chambers and
drew some oohs" and "ahhs" from
the crowd of 200 at the Tennis
Center. The call cost Chambers the
set but poised him to take a relatively
easy third set, 6-1.
The power came in the form of
the Lendlesque service of No. 3
Eddie Stewart. Stewart powered Jim
Dearman into a match of frustration
with hard volleys, beautiful ground
strokes and a cannon of a serve, 6
2, 7-5. Dearman had taken a 5-4 lead
in the second set, but with the crowd
urging him on, Stewart pounded out
a comeback to win his 18th straight
Ballesteros and Greg Norman, he
also hit his second shot so far to the
right of the green on the second
sudden-death hole that he turned his
back while the ball was still in the
i The Columbus, Ga., native was
hot to be denied on this day,
however, as Ballesteros fell on the
firt extra hole when he three-putted
on the tenth green. Mize had a
chance to win it all there, but his
twelve-footer stopped within inches
of the cup.
The duel was now between Mize
and Norman, the Australian who
had beaten him in six extra holes
at last year's Kemper Open. Norman
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Roberts' choice, albeit a surprising
one in light of how many innings
were left to play. Torborg pitched
brilliantly, though, going 4 13
innings and retiring every batter he
"Coach had said he would go to
me first, so I wasnt too surprised
when he did," Toiberg said. "I felt
good and my arm was pretty strong."
After he got the final out of the
fifth inning, Torborg pitched the rest
of the game with the score tied. That
was because the Tar Heels wasted
no time in evening things up. IN the
bottom of the fifth, catcher Jesse
Levis, who was 3-for-4 on the day,
led off with a single. Jim Stone was
hit by a pitch, and a fielder's choice
set up Steve Mrowka's sacrifice fly.
Wunderkind shortstop Darin
Campbell followed with a run
scoring double, and after Howard
Freiling walked, Devy Bell laced a
shot that evaded the diving left
fielder for a two-run double.
Bell's double made the score 6-6,
and prepared the scene for Lauria,
who came through with a perfor
mance which one can only say was
worthy of Olivier.
UNC's only loss came at the No. 2
slot where Maryland's Valerio Boc
citto simply overpowered David
Pollack, 6-4, 6-1. While teammates
Don Johnson and Jimmy Weil
baecher took forfeits, No. 4 seed
Mark DeMattheis defeated Mary
land's Kenny Roshkoff, 6-2, 6-.
April showers caused a cancella
tion of the No. 1 and 2 doubles
matches, while Maryland forfeited
its third match of the meet in the
No. 3 doubles position.
With the victory, UNC improved
its season record to 21 wins and 5
losses, 5-1 in the ACC. Maryland
dropped to 5-16 overall and 2-4 in
seemed to have the advantage when
his second shot landed on the fringe,
and Mize faced a difficult wedge shot
just to keep from suffering the
accurately described sudden-death.
Not only did Mize avoid' the
drea.'eatbuteipassed it to
the stunned Norman, who watched
the chip shot land on the right side
of the green and roll straight into
The victory was only the second
of Mize's six-year PGA career. His
last victory came at the 1983 Mem
phis Classic. The victory was worth
$162,000 to the man who spent most
of his youth in Augusta.
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