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8The Daily Tar HeelMonday, March 14, 1988
UNC 83, Waka Forast 62
Waka Foraat Cartyte 4-14 2-2 12. Ivy 11-16 2-
3 24, Krttey 4-11 0-0 8, Boyd 3-13 2-2 10 Johnson
3-9 0-0 a White 0-0 0-0 0 CuBen 0-2 0-0 0 Ray
0-00-00 Wise 0-0 0-00 Sanders 0-10-0 0 Dickens
0-0 0-0 0 Totals 25-66 6-7 62
UNC Rend 9-13 3-4 21, Williams 7-13 4-6 20, Lebo
3-5 0-0 a Bucknal 4-8 2-2 10 Madden 2-5 1-4 5,
Smrth 4-8 2-2 13, Chilcutt 1-2 0-0 Z Rtoe 1-1 2-2
4, Fox 0-1 0-0 0 Denny 0-1 0-1 0 Hyatt 0-10-0 0
May 0-0 0-0 0 Bstun 0-0 0-0 0, Jenkins 0-0 0-0 0
Totals 31-58 14-21 83.
Halftme Score; UNC 39-28 Three-point goals
Wake 6-22 (Cartyte 2-8, Johnson 2-8 Boyd 2-6), UNC
7-12 (Smith 3-5. Lebo 2-3. WUhams 2-2. Madden 0
1). Turnovers Wake 14, UNC 9. Rebounds Wake
36 (vy. Cartyte 9). UNC 37 (Reid 11). Assists - Wake
17 (Cartyte, Boyd A UNC 18 (Lebo 8). Fouls Wake
14. UNC 10 A 16,500.
UNC 74, Maryland 64
Maryland Massenburg 4-8 1-2 9, Lewis 5-10 3-
4 14. WMiams 5-11 4-4 14. Gaflin 2-8 0-0 & Archer
1 -5 3-4 6, McCoy 3-8 0-0 9, Hood 2-7 2-2 & Dickerson
0-3 0-0 0 Johnson 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 22-60 13-16
Five ACC teams land
NCAA tourney bids
From staff reports
The NCAA took the five ACC
teams that made the 64-team tour
nament and scattered them around
the nation Sunday, with North
Carolina's placement one of the most
The Tar Heels were shipped off to
the West Regional, which is one of
the toughest regions. There, in Salt
Lake City, Utah, the ACC regular
season champions will face North
Texas State in the first round on
ACC champion Duke is the East
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UNC Raid 7-15 5-7 19, Williams 8-13 0-0 17. Lebo
2-5 0-0 6, Bucknal 3-6 1-2 9, Madden 4-8 1-3 10
Smrth 1-6 0-0 2. Chilcutt 0-10-0 0 Kce 3-3 3-4 9,
Fox 1-2 0-0 2 Totals 29-59 10-16 74,
Haltbme Score; UNC 35-29. Three-point goals
Maryland 7-21 (McCoy 3-6, Gatlin 2-8. Archer 1-2.
Lewis 1-2. Hood 0-Z Dickerson 0-1). UNC 6-13 (Lebo
2-4, BucknaN 2-3, Williams 1-1. Madden 1-1. Smith
0-4). Turnovers Maryland & UNC 9. Rebounds
Maryland 33 (Massenburg. Williams 7X UNC 38 (Raid
14) Assists Maryland 16 (Archer 6) UNC 23 (Smith,
Madden, Buckna 4) Fouls - Maryland 15, UNC 15,
Duke 65, UNC 61
Duke Ferry 8-20 2-4 19, King 0-1 0-2 0 Brickey
1-4 5-6 7. Snyder 3-7 2-2 11, Strickland 4-8 2-2 11.
Koubek 0-4 0-0 0 Abdelnaby 0-2 0-0 0 Smith 4-8
4- 5 12 Henderson 1-2 2-2 5. Cook 0-10-0 0 Buckley
0-0 0-0 O Totals 21 -57 17-23 65,
UNC Raid 3-9 1-3 7. Williams 0-4 8-8 8, Lebo
5- 11 2-2 16 Buckna 2-5 0-0 4. Madden 4-9 4-4 13
Smith 2-7 1-2 7, Chilcutt 0-2 0-0 0 Rice 0-5 2-2 Z
Fox 2-2 0-0 4, Totals 18-5418-22 61.
HaKtme Score; Tied at 37-37. Three-point goals
Duke 6-16 (Snyder 3-5, Ferry 1-4, Strickland 1-3.
Henderson 1-1, Koubek 0-0) UNC 7-15 (Lebo 4-8,
Smith 2-3 Madden 1-Z Rice 0-1. Williams 0-1)
Turnovers Duke 18. UNC 20 Rebounds Duke
37 (Ferry 10) UNC 38 (Raid 10) Assists Duke 14
(Snyder 7) UNC 13 (Bucknal 4) Fouls Duke 22.
UNC 21. A -16,500
Region's second seed and will take
the court at the Smith Center vs.
Also in the East is fifth-seeded
Georgia Tech, which faces Iowa State
in the first round in Hartford, Conn.
N.C. State is seeded third in the
Midwest and faces Murray State in
Surprising Maryland, which prob
ably earned its bid by beating Georgia
Tech in the first round of the ACC
Tournament, is the seventh seed in
the Southeast and will take on Cal
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From staff reports
Those South Florida newspapers
probably didn't carry many Tar Heel
sports reports now, did they? You
probably want to know what hap
pened to the teams since last week,
right? Well, even if you dont, here
are the results:
The wrestling team's "drive for
number five," its quest for a fifth
straight ACC wrestling title, fell short
Seventh-ranked N.C. State had
four ACC champions, all in the lower
weights, to win its first team title since
1983. UNC's 74.5 points were second
to State's 83.25, as the title could
easily have gone to either team.
Third-place finisher Maryland had 62
points, while Clemson got 46, Vir
ginia 30.6, and Duke 10.5
Senior Ail-American Rob Koll led
the Tar Heels, winning his third ACC
title, this one by default as he injured
Phil Brown of Maryland at the 2:49
mark. The default cost Koll the
tournament MVP award, which went
to State's Michael Stokes.
Junior Glen Pazinko earned his
first ACC title at 190 pounds, defeat
ing Maryland's Mike Owens 4-2.
Other finalists included Enzo
Catullo at 134 pounds, Lenny Bern
stein at 142, and Ben Oberly at 177.
Those three wrestlers lost by a total
of six points, and if any of them had
won their matches, the final outcome
could have been very different.
Another key factor could have
been the absence of UNC freshman
Jay Landolfo, who injured his
shoulder three weeks ago. Landolfo
defeated the eventual champion, Tom
Meetze of Clemson, handily in a dual
meet earlier this season.
Six wrestlers will now advance to
the NCAA tournament, to be held
March 17-19 in Ames, Iowa Koll,
Pazinko, Catullo, Bernstein, Oberly,
and John Welch, who finished third
at 126 pounds.
Women s Basketball
Coach Sylvia Hatchell's crew
finally ended a long and painful
season, bowing out in the first round
of last weekend's ACC tournament
with a 61-58 loss to Wake Forest.
UNC shot terribly, to say the least
- 7-for-24 in the second half; 15-for-
45 for the game.
The Tar Heels lost 16 of their last
20 games en route to a 10-17 record,
their first losing season in 1 1 years.
Wake Forest had never defeated
By JAMES SUROWIECKI
GREENSBORO North Caro
lina's road to the ACC finals was
paved with the bricks of its opponents
this weekend, as the Tar Heels shut
down the offenses of Wake Forest
and Maryland, and dominated the
paint en route to two easy victories.
UNC began the tournament in
convincing fashion, crushing the
Demon Deacons 83-62 on Friday,
behind the frontcourt excellence of
J.R. Reid and Scott Williams. The
sophomore tandem found the inside
more than hospitable, and scored
with ease against Wake's Ralph
Kitley and Sam Ivy. Williams had 20
points and eight rebounds, and also
nailed the first two three-pointers of
Reid, whose performances in the
first two games offered no hint of his
vanishing act Sunday, ravaged Wake
at will for 21 points on 9-of-13
shooting, and also ripped down 11
boards. He had his two nicest
moments of the tournament Friday,
as in the first half he beat his man
with a dribble and drained a 12-footer
and later dropped in a baseline
jumper from an impossible angle.
The key to the game for UNC,
though, was its defensive effort,
particularly on the Wake perimeter
players. The Tar Heels limited the
Deacons to just 38-percent shooting
from the field, and three-point threats
David Carlyle and Cal Boyd were a
combined 7-for-27, for just 22 points.
Carlyle and Boyd had been the keys
to Wake's upset of UNC earlier this
year, but Friday they seemed allergic
The lone bright spot for Wake was
Sam Ivy, whose 14 first-half points
shot for a 63-59 lead with just 1:25
"Ferry was the key man," Krzy
zewski said. "He's a complete player
and he needed to be. He made some
passes, hit some shots. He really kept
his composure. At the end, he didn't
check out mentally. He got it and
were fighting for American Heart
vourufe . Association g
y p a very
UNC before winning all three meet
ings this year.
Senior Jim Farmer, sophomore
Mia Pollard, and the women's mile
relay team all snagged Ail-American
honors at the NCAA championships
in Oklahoma City this weekend.
Farmer ran a stellar 3,000 meters,
finishing in 7:56.82, not even a full
stride behind first-place winner Joe
Falcon of Arkansas, who ran a 7:56.8.
Pollard took a fourth-place spot in
the 800-meter run with a time of
The mile-relay team of Pollard, Jill
Irizzary, Kendra Mackey, and Shelby
Moorman ran a 3:43.9, the fourth
fastest UNC time ever, and fifth at
the NCAA meet.
The women's team, in their best
showing ever, finished tied for 18th
in the nation, while the men finished
in a tie for the 19th spot.
Using Ohio Wesleyan and
Washington College as home warm
ups for fifth-ranked Syracuse, the
third-ranked Tar Heels had no
trouble with the first two, but the
Orangemen were another matter.
Washington went down 17-5 a
week ago Saturday. Junior attack
men John Szczypinski and Neill
Redfern led the way for the Tar Heels,
with Szczypinski throwing in five
goals and Redfern adding three goals
and two assists.
The Tar Heels then downed Ohio
Wesleyan 8-4 Wednesday as Ted
Brown scored the first two goals of
the game en route to a game-high
But in the Carrier Dome Saturday
night, the Tar Heels lost a 12-11
heartbreaker in overtime. Orange
man Gary Gait's fifth goal was the
biggest, as it came with 25 seconds
left in the sudden-death period. For
the Tar Heels, Tim Welsh scored four
UNC had led 10-7 in the third
quarter, but Syracuse rallied to send
the match into overtime by scoring
four of the last five goals in
The loss dropped the Tar Heels to
3-1 on the season. In three games
between the two schools at the Dome,
the Orangemen have won all three
in sudden-death overtime.
The Tar Heels enjoyed the cozy
confines of Boshamer Stadium
throughout the week-long layoff,
UNC's route to the
kept the Deacons within striking
distance at intermission, when they
trailed just 39-28. Ivy finished with
24 points and nine rebounds, and was
consistently able to work for position,
receive the ball and then convert the
"Sam's just a great player," Reid
said. "He did an outstanding job of
getting the ball and taking it strong
to the basket."
Ivy scored 12 of Wake's first 15
points, but then disappeared, as UNC
embarked upon a 21-1 run, keyed by
three Ranzino Smith three-pointers
and six points from Steve Bucknall.
When the wreckage had been cleared,
UNC led 32-19, and the Tar Heels
cast nary a glance backward.
"We played well coming out of the
blocks and then we ran into a cold
spot," Wike coach Bob Staak said.
"We got the open shots and didn't
make them. I think we got a little
The final 20 minutes provided
more of the same, as UNC main
tained its defensive pressure on the
outside shooters while still chilling the
Deacons' inside attack. With 16:46 to
go, Carlyle hit a three-pointer to cut
the Tar Heel lead to nine, but UNC
quickly exploded on a 17-8 run that
sealed shut the Wake season.
"On offense, we were looking to
push the ball up the court," Reid said.
"Our defensive intensity was good. It
took us a while to adjust to their
screens, but once we did that we were
able to shut down their inside game."
Saturday, one might have expected
UNC to have a little more trouble
with its opponent's big men, partic
ularly after Maryland's 84-67 demo
lition of Georgia Tech on Friday.
went right back up."
But Ferry's hoop didn't end the
game. Kevin Madden hit two free
throws at the 57-second mark after
grabbing the rebound of his own
missed shot. Up two, Duke took its
time before going to Ferry, but as
he went up for the shot, Scott
busy Spring Break
despite watching their record fall to
UNC began the break by facing
Seton Hall in a three-game series at
Boshamer Stadium Friday. The first
game saw the Tar Heels lose a 7-6
squeaker, after Seton Hall scored
four runs in the eighth inning.
Freshman Kreg Gresham took the
loss to drop to 1-1.
A seven-run fourth inning sparked
by Dave Arendas' two-run base hit
led the Tar Heels to a 10-4 win
Saturday. Jim Dougherty picked up
the complete-game victory to move
his record to 1-1.
In the rubber game of the series
on Sunday, the Tar Heels won 7-4.
Ron Maurer's two-run homer in the
fifth inning led a Tar Heel comeback
that tied the game at four, and UNC
pulled away in the sixth, scoring three
runs, with Paul Warzocha's double
leading the way.
Sophomore Michael Hoog went
the distance for the Tar Heels,
improving to 2-1 on the year.
But UNC had its win streak
snapped at Boshamer Tuesday as
Pace (N.Y.) College jumped out to
a 4-0 lead and took advantage of five
errors to slip past the Tar Heels, 5
4. William Espinal pitched a com
plete game for Pace to pick up the
win. Scott Lodgek (0-1) took the loss.
For the Tar Heels, senior Chris
DeFranco went 2-for-4 with one RBI.
Thursday's matchup with South
Carolina at Boshamer was rained out,
but that didn't matter, as the Tar
Heels kept busy with two games
Friday. Rutgers won the first mat
chup 5-1 after scoring three runs in
the first inning off Hoog (2-2).
Then the Tar Heels lost a tough
one to Western Michigan, 5-4.
Maurer went three-for-four with a
homer and two RBIs. Chris Cornac
chio took the loss, but he was only
supported with four Tar Heel hits.
Finally, UNC downed Rutgers 7
5 Sunday as the Tar Heels upped their
record to 5-8 on the season. Dough
erty went the distance for his second
straight complete game, evening his
record at 1-1 in the process, and Tom
Nevin went 3-for-4 with two doubles
on the afternoon.
After defeating Furman twice in a
double-header at home, 4-0 and 3
2, UNC faced Florida State in
Tallahassee, and lost both games of
another double-header to drop to 5-
Instead, the Tar Heels manhandled
the Terrapins, quelling their potent
inside play and defusing their guards'
three-point shooting while cruising to
a 74-64 win.
Saturday was Reid's best game in
a long time, as he scored 19 points
and, more importantly, grabbed 14
rebounds. Though he was just 7-of-15
from the floor, he was a presence
throughout the contest, and kept
Maryland's Brian Williams and
Derrick Lewis in foul trouble. The
Terrapins refused to front Reid and
deny him the ball, and the 6-foot-9
sophomore took full advantage,
unveiling his full offensive repertoire.
"For some reason, Maryland likes
to play behind the post player," Reid
said. "I love the defense like that,
because it gives me the opportunity
to do anything I want. I could give
a quick ball fake and go either side,
so I was trying to drop-step to the
baseline and get a basket or a foul."
The Tar Heels dominated the first
half, and when Reid hit two free
throws at the 3:43 mark, led 28-19.
The Terrapins, though, responded
with a short run, as Tony Massenburg
and Lewis picked up garbage baskets
inside and Keith Gatlin and Rudy
Archer nailed three-pointers to cut
the UNC lead to 35-29.
Archer's trey, though, was the final
bright spot for Maryland. Reid
opened the second half with a 14-foot
baseline jumper, and the Tar Heels
raced from the gates, pushing the ball
inside and choking off the Terrapin
offense. Jeff Lebo, who had just six
points and three assists against the
Terps, sank a trey at the 13:15 mark
to cap a 17-7 run and put UNC up
52-36. Maryland would get no closer
than 10 until late in the game.
Williams stripped him of the ball.
King Rice picked up the loose ball
and burst downcourt, with only
Snyder back. But Rice somehow
missed the layup and Duke's Kevin
Strickland came away with the
rebound. He threw the ball ahead to
Robert Brickey for what should have
been a game-ending slam, but Brickey
somehow lost control of the ball and
Snyder came away with it. He was
fouled by Jeff Lebo and coolly
drained both free throws for the win.
"I thought that Robert was going
to dunk it, and I was looking for a
good seat," Snyder said about the
final seconds. "I felt like I was going
to make the free throws."
Snyder was at the line late because
Duke shut down Reid early, closing
off the big man's inside game and
3 on the season. " '
They lost twice to 16th-ranked
Central Michigan, 1-0 and 4-1, before
moving on to the South Florida
Invitational in Tampa. There, coach -
Donna Papa's Tar Heels lost to host '
South Florida 2-0, to Florida State
2-1 and to 18th-ranked Louisiana
On Saturday UNC got back on the : '
winning track, defeating Virginia (2- -'
0) and Temple (3-0), before once ::
again losing to Eastern Michigan (4- "
UNC's overall record now stands '
Men's Golf '
The Tar Heel golfers were in
Lakeland, Fla., for the ImperiaLakes
Classic, but maybe they spent too' '
much time on the beaches, as sug
gested by their 19th-place finish in a
21 -team event.
The top UNC finisher was Peter .
Brennan, whose three-day total of 21 8
didn't even place him among the
leaders. Georgia Tech led the team
On their trip back, the Tar Heels
stopped in Columbia, S.C., for the
Gamecock Intercollegiate. There,
they finished second to host South
Carolina, with Jim Sowerwine firing
a second-place 217.
The Tar Heels aced Tulsa 7-2 a
week ago Saturday at the HEB
tournament in Corpus Christi, Texas,
to up their record to 5-3 on the year. " '
John Bristow, Thomas Tanner, ;
Andre Janasik, Rod McGeachy, ,
James Krege and Derek Wielbaecher
all won singles events for UNC.
Janasik and David Kessler picked up
a doubles win, too.
On Saturday, UNC thumped Rich
mond 8-1 in Virginia. The top six Tar
Heel seeds won, but the top-seeded
doubles team of Don Johnson and
Tanner lost the only match of the day.
In their only action over Spring .
Break, the Tar Heel twisters finished
second at the Auburn invitational tri
meet. Auburn's 182.3 points paced
the teams, while UNC had 179.25 and
West Virginia 175.4.
Individually, the Tar Heels were;'
led, as always, by Stacy Kaplan, who
finished second in both the vault, with
a 9.2, and the balance beam, with a.
9.4. Carrie Suto finished first in the -bars
With a 9.5, and also grabbed third
in the floor exercises.
Where the Tar Heels had domi
nated the boards in the first half, that
second-half run was, as usual, keyed
by defense. Maryland, at one point,
scored just once in seven possessions,
and finished the game shooting 37
percent from the field. Brian Willi
ams, who looked magnificent against
Tech, hit just five of 1 1 shots, and
as the game progressed moved farther
and farther away from the hoop. His
shots changed from power moves to
"Brian just didn't have a good
offensive game," Reid said. "We
wanted to put the body to him and
make him hit the jump shot."
Williams, though, at least kept his
head in the game. The same cannot
be said for Lewis, who had just five
points in the final 20 minutes. His
disappearance, along with that of
Massenburg, who had only two
second-half points, put the scoring
burden on the Terp guards, and they
only responded when the game was
out of reach. .
Gatlin had sparked the win over
Tech, but was 2-of-8 from the field
Saturday, while Archer was a less-than-scintillating
l-of-5. Only Teyon
McCoy's trio of treys in the final five
minutes . kept the final score
"We did an excellent job of boxing
their big guys out," Lebo said by way
of summary. "We got the ball inside
to the people we wanted to and they
hit some nice turnaround jumpers."
And where North Carolina hit
Friday and Saturday, its opponents
missed, as the Tar Heels followed the
basketball-bricked road right into
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frustrating him. What had been billed .
players turned instead into a Danny
Ferry promotion, as Ferry tho-.
roughly outplayed Reid and did a
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in the second half.
Duke's emphasis on Reid in the .
first half left the perimeter game open, ;
and the Tar Heels took full advan-
tage, hitting six treys, including three .
by Lebo. That Reid was scoreless in '.
the first 20 minutes and yet the score '
was tied at 37 at intermission was a I
testament to UNC's guard play. "
But when examination time came I
for the offense, the Tar Heels failed.
As Duke taught, they listened, and '
realized that in the face of another
ACC Tournament defeat, there is still -much
they have to learn. '