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The Daily Tar HeelMonday, April 18, 19889
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By ANDREW PODOLSKY
The third-ranked UNC lacrosse
team bounced back from last week
end's bitter loss to Johns Hopkins and
stomped fourth-ranked Virginia, 15
5, on Fetzer Field Saturday
Ml thought we played well and put
together a good defense," UNC coach
Willie Scroggs said. I simply would
never have guessed a score like this
today against a good Virginia squad."
UNC used a swarming defense and
a patient, deliberate offense to up its
record to 7-2 overall and 2-0 in the
ACC. The fourth-ranked Cavaliers
fell to 6-2 and 2-1.
The win guaranteed North Caro
lina at least a share of the ACC title.
A win over Duke at Fetzer Field next
Saturday would land the Tar Heels
their first outright conference title
since the 1982 national championship
Three different Cavaliers used the
word 'flat'' to describe their stum
bling performance. Virginia coach
Jim (Ace) Adams, however chose to
focus on the positive play of the Tar
"Our goalie, Peter Sheehan, kept
us in the game for a while, but UNC
simply had too much," Adams said.
"Give UNC credit, they played an
awfully good game."
A crowd of 4,800 was on hand for
what was touted beforehand as a
battle of biblical proportions. But the
Tar Heels blew open a 3-2 game after
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goals in the next 30 minutes that left
the Wahoos shaken and stirred.
UNC's senior goalie Barney Aburn
played an incredible game, sucking
in virtually every shot UVa. flipped
at him. "Barney may have had his
best game ever on Fetzer Field
today," Scroggs said.
On the offensive end, freshman
attackman Michael Thomas and
senior midfielder Tim Welch notched
hat tricks for UNC, while junior
transfer Neill Redfern found the net
twice. Seven other Tar Heels scored
The first period ran a normal
course and seemed to suggest a close
game was in the making. David Smith
gave Virginia a 1-0 lead with a
bounce-in goal 1:30 into the game.
UNC then answered with goals from
Thomas, Brett Davy and Ted Brown
to slam the Wahoos back to reality.
Doug Amaker brought Virginia
within 3-2 when he converted a
beautiful pass from Tom Engelke into
a goal 37 seconds before the end of
But Aburn shined in the second
period, making a host of miraculous
saves and one maneuver that alone
should earn him All-America honors.
Virginia's leading scorer, Chase
Monroe, was standing with the ball
in front of the UNC net, poised to
score. Aburn intentionally tackled
Monroe, grabbing on to his arms and
dragging him to the ground with a
move that could land him on the Tar
Heel wrestling team.
The referee sent Aburn off to
penalty land for one minute, but
Aburn had stopped Monroe from
what would have been an easy goal.
"I missed the body check and sort
of just held on. He was really open,"
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Aburn's heroics allowed his team
mates to spend time peppering the
Virginia net with three goals for a
6-2 Tar Heel halftime advantage.
Thomas, Redfern and senior
attackman Chris Hein's second
period goals were similar, as each
blew past their defenders and made
a flashy, acrobatic move before
depositing the ball into the net.
Throughout the first half, both
squads played a patient, perimeter
ball-control offense mixed with a
harassing defense and brutal checks.
UNC's tenacious defense was the
difference, keeping the Wahoos
frustrated and at bay, save a few
minor defensive breakdowns.
North Carolina came out smoking
in the third period, stuffing the net
with six goals while allowing the Cavs
but two. Tim Welch scored two of
his goals in that period, the first
coming just six seconds after halftime
when he took the face-off and
rambled to the goal, launching a
running shot that hit paydirt.
Penalties started to take their toll,
too, as half of the eight goals were
extra-man tallies. A Tim Welch pass
gave Chip Mayer his sixth goal of
the season, and Thomas, Redfern and
Corey Gavitt all scored from close
range. Almost all the UNC goals in
the third period came as a result of
"I havn't seen so many point-blank
shots in my life," the beleaguered
Sheehan said. "Every damn time I
looked up someone was on top of
Tim Welch scored his third goal
of the day in the final period, while
his brother Pat and Andy Dunkerton
added tallies for good measure.
Virginia's Mike Smith wedged a shot
in the middle of the last period's
scoring to achieve the final 1 5-5 score.
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UNC's Corey Gavitt chases Virginia goalkeeper Peter Sheehan in Saturday's Tar Heel lacrosse victory
Sob-par performances highlight
road weekend for UNC teams
From staff reports
Well, here we go with another
report on a weekend's worth of
action. So, without further ado, here's
In Greensboro, the Tar Heels
limped to a seventh-place finish in the
ACC Men's Golf Tournament held
at The Cardinal Country Club over
UNC finished with a three-day
total of 915, a far cry from first-place
Clemson's 880, which was 16 shots
over par on the tricky, Pete Dye
The Tigers' Kevin Johnson, who
was third entering Sunday's play,
took the individual title with a 68
Sunday, which was two-under-par.
The Tar Heels' highest finisher was
Peter Brennan, who finished sixth
with a 223, nine shots back of
Other Tar Heel finishers were Neil
Sullivan, who wound up with a 229;
Jim Sowerwine, 231; John Aber, 234;
and Tee Burton, 236.
The Tar Heels were in Shelby this
weekend, hosting the 10-team Wood
bridge Invitational. UNC shot a
cumulative 921, good for fourth place
behind winner Miami. Duke took
second place and Georgia finished
Individually, Hurricane Stacy
Kerdyk won first-place laurels with
a three-day total of 208. Katie
Petersen of UNC took second with
215 on the strength of a final-round
68, and fellow Tar Heel Donna
Andrews took ninth with a 229.
Patti Gerckens knocked in the
game-winning run in the fourth
inning Friday as UNC toppled Geor
gia State 2-1 in the Frost Cutlery
Invitational at Chattanooga, Tenn.
Regina Finn picked up the win for
the Tar Heels, improving her record
In a second game, the Tar Heels
just couldn't keep up the pressure and
fell to 12th-ranked Nicholls State 5-
:eoimeir sets 3 vear orobatooo:
From Associated Press reports
Derrick Fenner, whose once prom
ising career has been derailed since
last June by criminal charges, says
he was surprised to learn that UNC
officials have decided he will not be
allowed to return to the Tar Heel
"That comes as a surprise," Fenner
told the Durham Morning Herald on
Saturday when reached at his parents'
home in Oxon Hill, Md. "But I dont
really have anything to say until I see
exactly what is going on."
Fenner has been taking correspon
dence courses in Chapel Hill this
semester in hopes on being readmit
ted to the school and rejoining the
football team for the 1989 season.
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After taking a 3-1 lead into the
seventh inning, the Tar Heels folded,
and Nicholls State plated four runs
to pull out the win.
Tracey Brower (1 1-9) took the loss.
For the Tar Heels, Gerckens went 2-for-2
on the day, and Tracey Narwid
finished l-for-2, including two RBIs.
The Tar Heels are now 19-20 on the
UNC went into the ACC Tourna
ment at Duke this weekend looking
to make a run at the top seeds, but
it was not to be as fifth-seeded
Virginia upset the Tar Heels 5-4
The Cavaliers avenged a 7-2
regular-season loss to the Tar Heels
by taking singles matches at the first,
second and fourth seeds. All three of
Virginia's netters in those positions
ranked below their respective UNC
opponents on the regular-season
Irene Usiskin started off the day
with a 2-6, 6-1, 6-4 win over Ann
Stephenson at No. 1. Riva Lapidus
then followed suit with a 6-2, 3-6, 7
5 win over Gina Goblirsch at No. 2,
and after Spencer Barnes squeaked
by Kelley Kolankiewicz 6-2, 3-6, 7
6, Michelle McKeen downed Landis
Dana Kanell and Dianna
McCarthy then pulled the Tar Heels
even with wins the fifth and sixth
slots, and UNC went into the doubles
competition with a good shot at
overcoming the Wahoos' upset effort.
But after Barnes and Goblirsch
won at No. 1 6-4, 6-2 over McKeen
and Becky Kopack, Usiskin and
Suzette Guffey beat Cox and Kanell
6-2, 6-0, and Kolankiewicz and
Lapidus won the clincher over
McCarthy and Stephenson 7-6, 6-3
to complete the upset.
The UNC baseball team took its
annual tour of the ACC's northern
schools and came out of the swing
fairly well, picking up two wins and
one loss to up their record to 24-16
J U f
roles out comeback
Murder charges made against
Fenner last June were dropped in
November, but a cocaine possession
charge related to his arrest last April
in Clinton, Md., resulted in the
former star tailback being placed on
three years' probation Friday by a
Prince George's County (Md.) Circuit
Following the sentencing, UNC
Athletic Director John Swofford said
the university "would not have an
athlete representing the university
who was on probation for any type
of drug involvement."
Swofford also said Fenner's admis
sion in a Maryland courtroom last
month of selling cocaine had made
it "very, very unlikely" that UNC
to help students locate part-time
and summer jobs. Or go by 217E
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Department of Radio, Tele
vision and Motion Pictures is
sponsoring the 1988 Spooner
Award for film making with St.
The Fellowship of
will meet in the Kenan
Items of Interest
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on the year, 10-8 in the conference.
Friday, UNC faced off against
Virginia in Charlottesville and pre
vailed in a high-scoring 14-9 win.
Junior shortstop Darin Campbell's
bases-loaded triple in a five-run
eighth inning was the fatal blow for
the Tar Heels, who battled back from
a 9-6 deficit.
In addition, Tom Nevin continued
his awesome plate prowess with a 2-for-6
performance, including a home
run. Ron Maurer had a dinger in his
sparkling 5-for-5 performance and
drove in two runs, Chris Lauria went
3-for-5 with three RBIs and Chris
DeFranco was 2-for-3 as the Tar
Heels amassed 17 hits on the day.
Reliever Ryan Jackson (1-0)
notched the win in relief of starter
On Saturday, sophomore John
Thoden pitched his third complete
game shutout of the year and struck
out 10 batters to lead UNC to a 9
3 win over Maryland.
The Tar Heels jumped on Terp
starter Tom Draper early, scoring
seven runs in the second and third
innings. Maryland committed two of
their five errors in UNC's five-run
After finding themselves in an 11
3 hole entering the eighth inning
Sunday, the Tar Heels rallied for nine
runs to take a one-run lead. But it
was all for naught, as the Terps rallied
for a wild 13-12 win.
In the eighth, the Tar Heels ripped
six hits and were helped by five walks.
Freshman Darren Villani had two
singles in the inning and drove in four
runs, including the tying and the go
But for all the Tar Heels' efforts,
Maryland rallied in their half of the
inning. With the bases loaded, John
Gavin drilled a Rich Fernandez (0
1) offering for a double off the fence
to score two runs and give the Terps
For the Tar Heels, DeFranco and
Maurer were both 2-for-5 with two
RBIs on the day.
officials would allow the former star
tailback to rejoin the Tar Heels. After
the sentencing was announced, Swof
ford said, "This just finalizes it."
Fenner's attorney, Fred Joseph,
told the Herald he plans to telephone
Swofford today and might meet with
UNC officials in Chapel Hill to plead
Joseph said he was concerned that
UNC officials were unaware Judge
Jacob Levin struck the drug convic
tion from Fenner's record under
Article 27, Section 292 of the Mary
land Criminal Code, which is used
in special cases involving first
Swofford later said that informa
tion would not affect UNC's stance.
Anthony Hall. The submission
deadline for competition in this
event is April 22. The competition
is a jury showing. Guidelines are
posted in the Union and RTVMP.
The Presbyterian Campns
Ministry is sponsoring a dance to
benefit the Rape Crisis Center on
April 30 at the Student Center. Call
967-2311 for ticket information.
PlayMakers Repertory Com
pany will audition Equity and non
Equity actors for its 1988-89 season
on May 14. Audditions are by
appointment only on a space avail
able basis. To schedule, phone 962
1132, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. by May 13.