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By JOHN BLAND
Last year, UNC's wrestling squad
posted a 15-5 record, a second-place
ACC finish behind N.C. State and
a 16th-place NCAA Tournament
showing. UNC's Rob Koll, however,
won the national title in the 158
pound weight class, capping off a
brilliant wrestling career for the Tar
But this year, Koll is lost to
graduation, as is two-time ACC
champion Lenny Bernstein. Head
coach Bill Lam has a young team to
work with as he hopes to return to
the top of the conference by March.
"It will be difficult to replace a four
time Ail-American and a national
champion like Rob Koll," Lam said.
"But overall, our depth is as good
this year as any year."
Depth is one thing the Tar Heels
can rely upon. In addition to six
returning starters, Lam recruited a
load of freshmen to help shore up
the Tar Heel bench, including several
high school state champions.
"I'm pleased with recruiting,' Lam
said. "It's a big adjustment from high
school to college wrestling, but the
credentials of these freshmen are very
Leadership, with the loss of Koll
. and Bernstein, could be a factor, Lam
'said. But tri-captains Enzo Catullo,
Glen Pazinko and Ben Oberly, plus
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experience is a plus, it is not a
junior transfer Doug Wyland, should
provide plenty to the young squad.
Lam said he expects the team to
mature during the year. With so many
young wrestlers who have yet to prove
their mettle, the early matches could
be rough going, but Lam said he
expects the team to get stronger as
the year progresses.
Collegiate wrestling is divided into
10 weight classifications,, ranging
from 1 18 pounds to heavyweight. The
Tar Heels will be experimenting early
with different wrestlers in each weight
class, but a couple of strong classi
fications have already emerged.
In the 126-pound class, Wyland is
expected to get. the starting nod, and
Lam looks to him as a potential
national contender by March.
Wyland could get some competition
from sophomore Gino Giumarello.
John Welch, a junior, should
anchor the 134-pound class,. and Lam
has a choice between two former high
school state champions to back him
up: David Gragson, out of Independ
ence High in Charlotte, and three
time South Carolina state champion
The 142-pound class, though,
looks to be the Tar Heels' strongest.
Senior tri-captain Enzo Catullo, a
three-time ACC runner-up, returns
with three years of experience to
anchor the division. Two redshirt
freshmen, Guy Palker and Mike
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The 1988 ACC runner-up, Ben
Oberly, returns to wrestle at the 177
pound class, attempting to improve
on his 25-9-1(14-3 in the ACC) record
of last year. New England prep school
champion Todd Hartung and two
time North Carolina champ Larry
Harris will also vie for the spot.
Tri-captain Glen Pazinko returns
to defend his ACC crown in the 190
pound class. He brings a 26-13 (12
7 in the ACC) record into the 1988
89 season. Freshman Todd Levine,
from New York, will back him up.
And in this age of one-sport
athletes, it is interesting to see UNC
offensive guard Pat Crowley carrying
over from football into wrestling at
the heavyweight (what else?) class.
As far as UNC's competition is
concerned, the ACC is getting much
better nationally, Lam said.
"There are more ACC wrestlers
qualifying for the national tourna
ment," the coach said. Defending
ACC champ N.C. State looks to be
the toughest challenge, with Clemson
and Virginia also in the running.
Early non-conference opponents
will give the Tar Heels a big challenge
as well. Penn State and Iowa State
are on the schedule, and in dual
matches, UNC could face Oklahoma
State, Oklahoma and defending
NCAA champ Arizona State.
Out on the road with a sports first-timer
I know all of you out there think
the life of a sports writer is all peaches
and cream; however, it is there that
you err. (Pretty neat alliteration, huh?
Or is it consonance? Maybe it's the
Sure, just this past weekend I saw
the franchise opener of the Charlotte
Hornets, the 1-8 UNC football team
lose to Clemson, and the UNC soccer
team lose to Virginia all for a sum
total of $8.50.
Sure and to paraphrase my dear
friend Willie Nelson I was going
places that I'd never been, seeing
things I hope to never see again
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AP Top 20
1, Notre Dame (42) 9-0-0 1,160
2. Southern Cal (15) 8-0-0 1,122
a Miami, Fla (1) 7-1-0 1,065
4. West Virginia (1) 9-0-0 979
5. Florida State , 8-1-0 933
6. UCLA 8-1-0 864
7. Nebraska 9-1-0 840
a Oklahoma 8-1-0 752
9. Auburn 8-1-0 719
10. Wyoming 10-0-0 665
11. Arkansas 9-0-0 593
12. LSI) 6-2-0 469
ia Michigan 6-2-1 425
14. Oklahoma State 6-2-0 386
15. Syracuse 7-1-0 384
16. Clemson 7-2-0 321
17. Georgia 7-2-0 298
1a Alabama 6-2-0 95
19. Colorado 7-2-0 66
20. Washington a 5-3-0 61
Others receiving votes: Houston 60, South
Carolina 27, Army 26, BYU 16, Western
Michigan 15, Texas A&M 11, Southern
Mississippi 8, Pittsburgh 7, Arizona 5, Oregon
5, Arizona State 4, Illinois 4, UTEP 3, Hawaii
2, Michigan State 1.
MEN'S GOLF at College of Charleston
Invitational, All Day
MEN'S and WOMEN'S TENNIS at
JTCARotex Regional, Winston-Salem, All
FOOTBALL vs. Virginia, Kenan Stadium,
FIELD HOCKEY vs. Maryland in NCAA
Tournament, Norfolk, Va, 2 p.m
MEN'S SOCCER vs. Wake Forest in
NCAA Tournament, site and time, TBA
marred by the Killer Roadtrip from
It all started innocently enough; my
editor and I left campus around 4:30
p.m. It was, albeit, an hour later than
originally planned, but it was Friday,
and there was this great General
Hospital on. . . .
Our destination was Charlotte.
Our revised E.T.A. 7:00 p.m.,
We were set for a comfortable drive
to the lovely Queen City to enjoy a
night of festivities' -iahd a little bas
ketball as the Hornets, in their
Alexander Julian-designed teal uni
forms, were to open their NBA career.
As one of my newly found friends
(I was, after all, meeting people I may
never meet again) so aptly put it, "If
they can't play well, they might as
well look good."
The sportsmobile was loaded with
the essentials plenty of U2 and
Zeppelin tapes, some literature for
when the conversation got slow, and
of course, a full bag of Chips Ahoy.
It was a thoroughly enjoyable trip
at first. We listened to the new U2
album, rattling along in our Honda
Prelude, humming the tunes because
we haven't had time to learn the
words yet. My driver, however, had
a certain Edge to his voice as he
commented that the surroundings
were looking kind of strange. It soon
became obvious that we were heading
in the wrong direction. The "Wel
come to Winston-Salem" sign was
what tipped me off.
Unfortunately, we just happened to
be on the most deserted stretch of
highway this side of the Sahara.
Somehow we eventually found an
exit where we promptly reversed our
direction and sped off into the night.
As my chauffeur would later com
ment, "We were making good time,
just in the wrong direction."
Our ETA was shot, so now we
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limum suffers stroke
Hornets win first
From Associated Press reports
Hornets principal owner George
Shinn was resting comfortably Wed
nesday after being hospitalized with
a slight stroke just hours before his
team won its first regular-season
Doctors expect the 47-year-old
Shinn to have a complete recovery,
but add that he will need up to four
weeks of rest. He was taken to
Charlotte Memorial Hospital after
first being treated at Presbyterian
Team officials were not imme
diately available for comment after
a spokeswoman said Wednesday
morning that Shinn was resting
Most of the team's players heard
of Shinn's stroke only minutes before
Tuesday night's game against the Los
Angeles Clippers. The crowd of
18,865 at the Charlotte Coliseum was
asked to observe a moment of silence.
Charlotte coach Dick Harter inten
tionally shielded his players from the
news of Shinn's stroke before the
game, explaining afterward, "We,
knew there wasnt anything we could
do for George."
What the team did do was provide
Shinn and fans a victory after season
opening losses to Cleveland and
Detroit Kelly Tripucka scored 24
points in the victory.
Dr. Craig Van Der Veer, a neu
could only hope that the kind souls
in Charlotte would hold the tip-off
until we arrived.
After what seemed like an eternity,
we finally pulled into our destination.
As Daltrey and Townshend blared
over the speakers, I could see for miles
and miles. Miles and miles of red
brakelights, that is.
In a desperation move that turned
into a traffic coup d'etat of epic
proportions, we pulled into the far
right lane and, joy of joys, drove right
into the coliseum parking lot.
We parked quickly and without
paying, and as we reached the gate,
we were escorted to our seats by the
waiting ushers. "Glad you could make
it," they said. "We've been waiting for
you." Well, not in so many words.
When sports writers actually do
pay for something, we go all out.
Section 219, row U absolutely the
worst seats in the house.
I was going to describe the "game"
here, but, to be frank, I'd rather not.
After the "game," we fpund our
selves homeless in a strange Southern
city. As a last resort, we pulled into
a Waffle House and called the
assistant sports editor, who agreed to
house us for the night for a
nominal fee, of course.
We rose early the next morning,
bright eyed and bushy tailed, all set
for an enjoyable trip to lovely
Clemson, S.C., with our new com
Surprisingly enough, except for the
occasional near accident, the trip
down wasn't so bad. As expected,
however, we were running a little
behind schedule. Hey, we're hip guys,
and it's cool to be fashionably late.
Perhaps the most memorable
experience of this horrific weekend
was the joy of finally seeing the
renowned Peach. You know the one
the huge, dare I say it, peach
colored water tower. Like many, I
have learned to hate that peach.
We sped into Clemson, parked
quickly and without paying, and
walked off in search of the stadium,
following the mysterious orange
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Shinn has undergone, a CAT scan
which revealed that a small blood
vessel burst in the right frontal lobe
of Shinn's brain, just above his right
eye. "It could be considered a very mild
stroke," Van Der Veer said. "It's
unusual to occur at his age."
Shinn was transferred to the
neuorological intensive care unit at
Charlotte Memorial Hospital about
6:30 p.m. Tuesday. A spokesman for
Shinn, attorney Spencer Stolpen, said
anyone in intensive care could be
considered in serious condition.
Van Der Veer said Shinn would
undergo tests at Charlotte Memorial
for several days.
Shinn was "alert and talkative,"
Van Der Veer said. He said Shinn
suffered no paralysis and did not need
Shinn became, ill after giving a
luncheon speech to the Charlotte
Area Radio Managers.
"He was fine, sharp as a tack, while
he was addressing the group," said
Tony Renaud, vice president and.
general manager of WBT-AM in
Renaud said Shinn became disor
iented and started rambling about
marketing plans and the team and the
Charlotte Coliseum. He said he
reminded Shinn of a 1 p.m. appoint
ment at least five or six times, but
Shinn didn't respond.
I was going to talk about the
football "game" here, but, to be frank,
I'd rather not.
Somehow, by the grace of God, we
made it back to Charlotte. .
Armed with a new companion
a blonde female even Chris and
I set off on that now familiar road
to Death Valley, having been aban
doned by our intrepid editor.
Upon re-reaching Clemson, I
stepped out of the car and into an
Arctic wasteland. Undaunted, ;I
picked up my photo pass and hopped
onto the field. How cold was it, you
ask? It was sooooo cold that my
camera froze to say nothing of my
body parts: Somehow, I managed to
get a few good shots before UNC
succumbed-1?. And for- once, -I
actually got to see a decent game.
We sped off toward Chapel Hill
my home sweet home. It's strange
how quickly a Killer Roadtrip from
Hell can make a trashed, odorous
room in Craige seem appealing.
The home stretch was going well,
I assume. I was crashed out in the
back seat, dreaming of Chapel Hill.
No matter what you may hear, I don't
Suddenly, I was rudely awakened
by the acidic wailings of Michael
Stipe, only to discover we were
trapped in yes, you guessed it, the
Killer Traffic Jam from Hell. Road
work at 6 o'clock on a Sunday night?
I blinked with incredulity, but then
I remembered this was just not
my weekend. ::
I awoke to the annoying, incessant
hum of my alarm clock in Craige,
I sighed a deep sigh of relief surely
it had all been a bad dream.
I opened my eyes to view my
beautiful, non-orange campus and
realized I had slept with my contacts
in again. I painfully glanced down
and saw my Nike Airs still on my
feet. ' ;
No, it was not all a bad dream;
and no, I had not done any home
work the entire weekend. But you
know what's even stranger?
I just cant wait to get on the road
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