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8The Daily Tar Heel Thursday, March 17, 1988
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Tar Heels look to tame the wild West,
starting with unknown North Texas State
By JAMES SUROWIECKI
SALT LAKE CITY Maybe
away from North Carolina it will be
easier for UNC to put away the
memories of Sunday's 65-61 loss to
Duke in the finals of the ACC
Tournament. At least that's what the
Tar Heels are hoping as they prepare
for the first round of the NCAA
UNC begins its road back against
a less-than formidable opponent, as
they will face the Mean Green Eagles
;bf North Texas State on Thursday.
;The Eagles have won 11 in a row,
;but still finished the year at a
; mediocre 17-12 in the Southland
; Conference. Needless to say, though,
UNC coach Dean Smith insists the
Tar Heels will not take NTSU lightly.
t "There's no reason for us to be
; overconfident," Smith said. uWe have
I to respect North Texas State. The fact
; that they Ve won 1 1 straight coming
;in has to be impressive. I'm also
"impressed with their great quickness
;'at guard. I call it great quickness, not
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That quickness will come to bear
most heavily on the Tar Heel back
court, which is not noted for its speed.
The problem of quickness could be
one that will plague UNC throughout
the tournament. Jeff Lebo, who was
one of the few bright spots in the
Duke game, was cautious about
"We know they have an 11 -game
winning streak," Lebo said. "We're
not going to take them lightly at all.
They're capable. We're going to take
them very seriously."
The man UNC needs to take most
seriously is 6-foot-7 swingman Tony
Worrell. Worrell, out of Goldsboro
High School, can go both inside and
out, averaging 20.3 points and 7.3
rebounds per game. Blessed with
tremendous leaping ability and great
speed, Worrell has it in him to
dominate a game.
His main offensive compatriot is
6-7 freshman forward Ronnie Mor
gan, who hits 55 percent of his shots
from the field, averages 15.2 points
per game and grabs nearly 10
rebounds per contest.
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Worrell, though, will be the focus
of UNC's defensive effort. Steve
Bucknall will have the pleasure of
guarding him, but of course with the
Tar Heels, switches are an integral
part of the system.
"He's a very good player, 6-6, 6
7, outside shooter," Smith said of
Worrell. "He can move in and
rebound, and I'm sure he will be very
motivated. I saw their last game, and
Worrell might do what he said
send us home because he had 33
points and just shot it in from the
A key for the Tar Heels Thursday
will be J.R. Reid, as he comes off
an abysmal performance against
Duke. Though Reid need not have
a great game for UNC to win, his
play will be crucial in setting a tone
for the tournament. Still, Morgan
seems ready to play Reid.
"I don't feel that much pressure,"
Morgan said. "I just see it as a
challenge. It's a challenge for me to
play well and for me to get a little
recognition. But there's no pressure.
I just look at it as a challenge."
UNC's biggest challenge may well
be overcoming the inevitable letdown
after the loss to Duke. The Tar Heels
invested themselves in that contest to
an unusual degree, and defeat was
therefore that much harder to take.
But Lebo seems convinced UNC has
distanced itself from the loss.
"I think we've gotten over that,"
he said. "We put so much effort and
emphasis into that game it hurt not
to win. But we have to put that behind
us now. We had a good practice
yesterday. We went at it pretty hard."
If UNC goes at it pretty hard on
Thursday, it shouldn't be long before
the Mean Green Eagles fly the coop.
But behind NTSU awaits Wyoming
or Loyola Marymount, and the story
there may be entirely different.
pick Final Four
Mike Berardino Syracuse, Ken
tucky, N.C. State, Arizona.
sJJim Surowiecki Syracuse, Ken
Chris Spencer Temple, UNCC,
Jim Muse Duke, Oklahoma,
Dave Glenn Syracuse, Oklahoma,
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homa, Pittsburgh, St. John's.
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Keith Parsons Syracuse, Okla
homa, Purdue, Michigan.
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homa, Purdue, UNC.
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Ginger Jonas Temple, Oklahoma,
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Jean Lutes Temple, Illinois,
Kristen Gardner Lehigh, Okla
homa, Pittsburgh, UNC.
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Blue Devils meet Boston University
in front of 'home' Smith Center crowd
By MIKE BERARDINO
UNC basketball fans who ordered
tickets to the NCAA East Regional
months ago expected, no doubt, to
see the Tar Heels headline the firsth
and second-round games in the
familiar environs of the Smith Center.
Those best-laid plans, however,
went awry in the wake of last
Sunday's ACC Tournament final. By
besting North Carolina for the third
time this season, fifth-ranked Duke
not only knocked the seventh-ranked
Tar Heels off their high horse, they
sent them out West to try and
If coach Mike Krzyzewski's Blue
Devils can shrug off the after-effects
of their physically draining game with
UNC, not to mention the culture
shock of actually being cheered in the
Dean Dome, they should have no
problem keeping their Smith Center
win streak alive.
"Boston University's a good bas
ketball team," Krzyzewski said of the
Terriers, Duke's first-round oppo
nent. "They're a veteran team that's
very confident. They play excellent
man-to-man defense. I like their
Even still, don't think for one
second Krzyzewski would even con
sider trading teams with Boston
coach Mike Jarvis (who, for you
trivia buffs out there, coached Patrick
Ewing in high school). The Blue
Devils (24-6) are the No. 2 seed in
the East Region, with top-ranked
Temple playing in the other East sub
regional in Hartford, Conn.
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Baseball upsets Sooth Carolina
By DAVE GLENN
During the hard-fought Wednes
day afternoon baseball game, every
player in Boshamer Stadium had the
word "Carolina" written across the
front of his uniform.
But this wasn't an intrasquad
A closer look found the blue-and-white
Tar Heels flying high against
another, red-and-black wearing
Carolina team that went South in the
face of UNC's brilliant pitching and
Sophomore Michael Hoog pitched
nine strong innings to lead the Tar
Heels (7-8) to a 3-2 upset of the 21st
ranked South Carolina Gamecocks
Hoog, a hard-throwing left-hander
from Longmont, Colo., lifted his
season record to 3-2 by limiting USC
hitters to four hits and no earned runs
on the day.
"You could tell from the first inning
that Mike was ready to pitch," said
UNC head coach Mike Roberts. "The
whole team was really ready to go
Hoog, who notched seven stri
keouts, kept the Gamecocks off
balance from beginning to end with
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Because the evening session was a
sellout, Duke's 9:37 nightcap with
Boston U. (23-7) will be carried on
The rest of the day's slate looks
Sixth-seeded Missouri (19-10) vs.
Hth-seeded Rhode Island (26-6) at
Third-seeded Syracuse (25-8) vs.
14th-seeded N.C. A&T (26-2) at 2:37.
Seventh-seeded Southern Methodist
(27-6) vs. lOth-seeded Notre Dame
(20-8) at 7:07.
Krzyzewski admitted that his
team's biggest worry was the possi
bility of ACC title-lag.
"I know it took a lot out of me;
I couldn't talk for two days," he said.
"We're a happy team because we won
the ACC championship. Not to rest
on that, but to use it as a confidence
builder. "I would think we'd be able to
handle it. If we don't, well, that's our
The difference between this year's
Duke team and the one that almost
lost to Mississippi Valley State in the
first round two years ago, Krzyzewski
said, is that the current Blue Devils
recognize their inherent fallibility.
"This year's team thinks they could
lose to anybody; which is good,
because it's right," Krzyzewski said
with a nervous laugh. "That team two
years ago didnt feel like it could lose
That senior-laden, Johnny
Dawkins-led Duke team nearly won
the NCAA championship, losing to
Pervis Ellison-paced Louisville in the
his assortment of fastballs, curves and
"After the fourth inning, I lost a
little off of my fastball," Hoog said.
"A key for me today was getting into
a groove with the curve."
Hoog, who had given up half of
his total runs in the first inning of
his previous starts, started this game
by striking out the side.
Later in the game, Hoog was aided
by outstanding defensive play behind
him particularly from third base
man Darin Campbell (6 assists) and
shortstop Ron Maurer.
"The defense has been fantastic
behind me this year," Hoog said.
"They can make my job a lot easier."
Maybe Hoog was willing to forget
the two unearned runs the Game
cocks put on the scoreboard in the
fourth inning. Two USC hits and a
two-base throwing error left the Tar
Heels in a hole.
But while Hoog shut the door on
every Gamecock threat, the Tar Heels
made the most of their four hits.
Three solo home runs were enough
for the Tar Heels, who added single
runs in the first, fifth and sixth
Right fielder Chris DeFranco
welcomed the Gamecocks to Chapel
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The 8 Blue Devils, while not
nearly as talented as the 6 team, may
go just as far. Danny Ferry, the
ACC's player of the year in most
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While the Duke game doesn't
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Hill with his first home run of the
year, an opposite field blast off losing
pitcher Brian Rountree.
Tar Heel bats fell silent until first
baseman Chris Lauria tied the game
in the fifth inning with a shot over
the 400-foot mark in center field.
Left fielder Tom Nevin sent the
game-winning shot into orbit an
inning later, depositing a fastball into
the parking lot beyond the left-field
Roberts had an explanation for the
"WeVe tried to make some adjust
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Roberts said. "Physically, we have
some very strong players and their
power is just beginning to show up."
In the end, South Carolina had
four hits and no errors. North
Carolina had four hits and three
But the Tar Heels used crafty
pitching, timely defense and three
solo homers to get the win over a
nationally ranked team.
But the Tar Heels couldn't cele
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"It feels great to beat a team like
that," Hoog said. "But we've
struggled lately, so it feels good just
to get a win."
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