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UNC .lax rolls over
Roanoke with "'-ease
The Daily Tar Heel Thursday, April 16, 19877
Oy ANDREW J. PODOLSKY
It was the same place as last year,
the same weather, almost the same
date (one day off), and almost the
same score (one goal off). In short,
the UNC lacrosse team had as little
trouble defeating Roanoke College
yesterday afternoon as they did a
year ago. The final score this year,
though, was 22-3. The damage last
year was only 21-3.
The win upped UNC's record to
7-2, while the I Oth ranked Division
III Maroons dropped to 5-5.
The Maroons (from the score,
quite an appropriate name) acci
dently flipped in a goal 55 seconds
into the game before allowing UNC
to score the next 21 of the final 23
tallies. All in all, when the smoke
cleared, 1 4 Tar Heels found their way
into the scoring column, including
four who totaled two goals and two.,
players with hat tricks.
Coach Willie Scroggs quickly
came to Roanoke's defense. "Roa
noke is a traditional opponent and
well continue to play them as long
as they are willing." Scroggs said.
Ifs a good game for us to try some
things out, and definitely a good
chance for them to play a good
Chris Galgano accumulated three
goals and two assists while Mark
Tummillo picked up three goals to
lead the way for the Tar Heels. Scott
Cox added a goal and two assists
while both David Kelly and John
Szczypinski contributed two goals
and an assist each.
The first half began with the two
teams running back and forth at
breakneck speed. The Maroons only
posed a serious threat when they
were able to beat the normally
lightning-quick Tar Heels down the
field. Once UNC figured this out and
settled into its traditional swarming
defense, the Maroons were easy prey.
The Tar Heels took a quick 1 1-2 lead
Time after time Roanoke broke
down the field only to have a Tar
Heel neatly pick the ball out of their
stick and whip it up field. From here
the midfielders and attackmen took
one of their 61 potshots at goal.
Highlight goals belonged to Brett
Davy, who flipped the ball just out
of reach of the goalie and into the
net as he fell, and the Long Island
connection of Chris Galgano to
Dennis Goldstien. There was also a
fairly impressive celebration on the
bench Avhen Chad Watson scored his
first goal of the season.
It wasn't long before Scroggs was
able to clear his bench and get his
reserves some much-needed playing
time. He was even able to get
hometown boys Bill Ulfelder and
Lars Pedersen into the game.
Pedersen entered the net when goalie
Pat Olmert suffered a slashing
penalty in the second half. For a
short span, Pedersen was pheno
menal, giving up one goal, but saving
three spectacular shots in one ten
It was not just the game, but rather
the whole season, that has taken on
a close resemblance to a year ago.
The lax team has defeated the
obligatory traditional opponents
Pennsylvania, Syracuse, Loyola,
UMBC and Roanoke by margins
similar to last year. The Tar Heels
have also lost to Maryland and
Hopkins on successive weekends -just
like last year. Scroggs pointed
out, "We didn't play well against
Maryland and they played a great
game, well be ready to face them
Now the team travels to test rivals
Duke and Virginia before heading
into their eighth straight NCAA
tournament in a few weeks. "The
Duke game on Saturday should be
one hell of a game," Scroggs said.
"It should oe great for this area's
UNC holds the No. 3 slot in this
week's poll, up two spots from a year
ago but still a long way from a
guaranteed national championship.
UNC 22, Roanok Coflege 3
UNC 5 6 6 522
Roanoke 1 1 1 0 3
GOALS: UNC Chris Galgano 3, Mark
Tummillo 3, John Szczypinski 2. David Kelly 2,
Steve Huff 2. Dennis Goldstein 2, Ted Brown. Scott
Cox, Joey Seivold. Gary Seivold. Chris Hein, Tim
Welch, Brett Davy, Chad Watson. Roanoke Jim
Guthrie, Jeff Cohan. Rich Paulik. ASSISTS: UNC
P. Welsh 3, Scott Cox 2, Hein 2. Galgano 2,
Szczypinski. G. Seivold. David Kelly. Tim Welch.
Roanoke Van Anthony, Chris Sennas. SHOTS:
UNC 61, Roanoke 25. SAVES: UNC Aburn 6.
Olmert 6. Pedersen 5; Roanoke Terry Mangan
7. Chris Graves 4. FACEOFFS: UNC 13, Roanoke
15. GROUND BALLS: UNC 78, Roanoke 38.
PENALTIES: UNC 5, Roanoke 2. EXTRA MAN
GOALS: UNC 1.
Records: UNC 7-2, Roanoke 5-5
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UNC attackman Chris Hein fends off a Roanoke defender in action in the Tar Heels' 22-3 trouncing of the Maroons Wednesday at Fetzer Field,
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