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10The Daily Tar HeelMonday, November 14, 1988
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By DAVE GLENN
Assistant Sports Editor
Isn't glasnost great?
When the Soviet Union's Olympic
champion basketball team invaded
the Smith Center Saturday night to
the tune of a 104-93 victory, they left
the Tar Heels with much more than
just an exhibition loss.
They gift-wrapped an offensive
display of fast-break and set-up
offense that must have left UNC
coach Dean Smith dreaming of what
his new up-tempo offense could look
like by the end of the year. The
Soviets' 58.3 field-goal percentage,
compared with the Tar Heels' 32.7
percent, suggested that the Tar Heels
might want to steal an idea or two
from the Soviets' offensive
Smith said he was very impressed
with the Soviets performance in
many aspects of the game.
"The Soviets probably would have
won the NCAA championship last
year on a neutral court and with
international officials,' Smith said.
"They came in here last year without
(7-foor-2 center Arvidas) Sabonis and
won six out of 10 games.
With 15,210 on hand at the Smith
Center for the Soviets' first game of
a nine-game U.S. tour, Sabonis
teamed with fellow NBA draftee
Alexander Volkov to lead the men
in red past the Tar Heels. Sabonis
showed an assortment of strong
moves to the hoop that overpowered
the UNC front line of Scott Williams,
Pete Chilcutt and Kevin Madden.
Volkov's darting drives sparked a
15-2 Soviet run late in the first half
that brought his team back from a
four-point deficit to a commanding
The versatile 6-foot-9 forward, who
finished with 23 points on ll-of-18
Linksters coast to tourney victory
From staff reports
KIAWAH ISLAND, S.C. The
UNC men's golf team topped an 18
team field to win the two-iday College
of Charleston Invatational Golf
Tournament this weekend.
Pat Moore, a sophomore from Des
Moines, Iowa, led the Tar Heels to
victory by winning the tournament's
individual honors by two strokes with
a three-round 215 total. Moore had
rounds of 69 and 76 on Saturday,
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shooting, completed numerous
Soviet fast breaks with lay-ups and
dunks to keep the visitors in the game
while their outside shooting was off
Sabonis, a hulking pivotman
whose NBA rights belong to the
Portland Trail Blazers, added 23
points of his own and led all players
with 13 rebounds.
UNC's Williams, who led the Tar
Heels with 24 points, cited Volkov
as a big factor in the outcome.
"He's an outstanding basketball
player and he's difficult to handle on
defense, Williams said. "He drives
to the basket well and he has a great
shot from the outside. He reminds
me a lot of (former N.C. State guard)
Vinny Del Negro in that way."
Though behind 42-34 at the break,
the Tar Heels came out flying to open
the second half, with Williams leading
After Rick Fox and Kevin Madden
hit lay-ups to cut into the Soviet lead,
the Tar Heels began lobbing the ball
inside to Williams.
The 6-foot-10 junior center
responded with a rim-rattling slam off
a Madden feed, a smooth jump hook
over Sabonis and a driving lay-up to
spark a 10-0 Tar Heel run opening
the second half.
The streak did not rattle the veteran
Soviet squad, however, and the Tar
Heels' 45-44 advantage in the opening
minutes was the last lead they would
see all night.
Both teams traded, baskets
throughout the high-scoring second
half, with Williams getting help from
Fox and Madden as the Tar Heels
took the ball to the hoop against the
slower Soviet big men.
With less than seven minutes
remaining, two Jeff Lebo (13 points,
and finished with a 70 on Sunday to
win. The win was the first in Moore's
North Carolina posted a three
round total of 883 to win, 13 strokes
better than second-place finisher
Kentucky at 896. The rest of the top
five included Augusta (898), East
Tennesee (9u8), and Kent State (908).
ACC foe Duke came in eighth place
Other Tar Heel finishes included
sophomore John Aber at 224, sopho
more Tee Burton at 225, and senior
Jay Sawerwine at 231.
Across the state in Greenville,
senior Chryssa Nicholas earned All
District and All-South honors in
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but 2-of-14 from the field) free throws
brought the Tar Heels within a
bucket, at 77-75.
Then the Soviets outscored the Tar
Heels 12-4 during the next three
minutes to put the game out of reach.
Three Sabonis lay-ins and 3-point
sharpshooting by Valdemaras Kho
micus and Rimas Kurtinaitas gave the
Soviets an insurmountable 89-79
The 104-93 final may be an indi
cation that the Tar Heels can learn
a little from the Soviets' combination
of inside and outside scoring.
While the Tar Heels struggled from
the perimeter, the inside play of
Williams, Fox and Co., kept them
in the game. When the Soviets
couldn't hit from the outside, Sabonis
and Volkov took it to the hoop.
But while the Soviets eventually
turned it around and finished nine-of-22
from treyland, the Tar Heels
never got it going.
Maybe during the traditional pre
game exchanging of gifts the Soviets
gave the Tar Heels free copies of their
latest issue of the Offensive Philo
sophy of Basketball.
For a team determined to win by
playing up-tempo basketball, it
couldn't hurt to take a peek.
USSR 104, UNC 93
UNC Williams 10-18 3-5 24, Fox 8-12 1-2 17, Lebo
2-14 8-8 13, Madden 4-12 2-2 10, Chfcutt 3-9 2-
2 10, Bucknal 3-9 3-5 & Rice 4-8 0-0 8, Davis 1
1 0-0 2, Denny 0-0 0-0 0, Hensley 0-1 0-0 0. Totals
USSR Volkov 11-18 1-3 23, Sabonis 10-15 2-3
23, Knomichus 6-16 2-2 17, Marchulenis 3-5 2-2 9,
Tarakanov 4-4 0-0 9. Kurtnaitis 3-7 0-0 8. Sokk 2-
3 2-2 7. Migfinieks 1-1 2-4 4, Goborov 1-1 0-0 2.
Tfchonenko 1-2 0-0 2. Totals 42-72 11-16 104.
Halflime Score: USSR 42-34. Three-point goals
UNC 4-1 8 (Chflcutt 2-2. Williams 1 -3, Lebo 1 -9, Madden
0-2, Bucknal 0-21 USSR 9-22 (Knomichus 3-11.
Kurtnaitis 2-6, Sokk 1-1 Sabonis 1-1, Marchusenis 1
1. Tarakanov 1-1. Volkov 0-1). Turnovers UNC 15.
USSR 15. Rebounds UNC 43 (Fox 6). USSR 44
(Sabonis 13). Assists UNC 15 (Lebo 4), USSR 19
(Krwmichus 6) Fouls UNC 19. USSR 30 A 15210
leading the UNC women's cross
country team to a seventh-place tie
in the NCAA Region III on Saturday.
While four members of the men's
team competed, none finished high
enough to qualify for further
"I am incredibly proud of our
women's team," said head coach
Dennis Craddock. "They all did
better than they were expected to do."
Nicholas finished 14th in the
individual results with a time of 18:05
in the 5,000 meters. Five other Tar
Heels - Michelle Faherty (37th place),
Jeanne Peterson (41st place), Jamie
Newnam (46th place) and Karen
Sahn (72nd place) - all finished within
one minute and 13 seconds of
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Heel tally would deflate Old Domin
ion, but the Lady Monarchs didnt
let down and their fans were seem
North Carolina coach Karen Shel
ton thought the goal may have come
"As soon as we scored, we wanted
the game to be over," Shelton said.
"We scored early and there was too
much game left."
Shelton wasn't exactly loquacious
following Sunday's saddening loss.
When asked what she would tell her
teary-eyed troops, Shelton admitted
there wasn't much to say.
"I don't have words for a game like
that," she said. "I was really proud
of them. They fought hard until the
final whistle. It's just one of those
unfortunate situations. Old Domin
ion seemed to do nothing wrong. You
have to give them credit."
Old Dominion, which outshot
UNC 19-5 and had 15 penalty corners
to the Tar Heels' four, dominated a
flat UNC team, especially in the first
half. The Lady Monarchs recorded
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over the Soviet Union's Rimas Kurtinaitis in a 104-93 Tar Heel loss
14 shots and nine penalty corners in
the first period compared to UNC's
three shots and one penalty corner.
Many of those penalty corner shots
were taken by the imposing Hilbrand,
another Dutch frosh. The Hilbrand
rockets were stopped by either Spee
(15 saves) or Yurgin. The last line of
defense on penalty corners, Yurgin
sacrificed her body several times to
prevent ODU goals.
Hilbrand had been dominant in
past games against the Tar Heels, but
this time she was held in check by
junior Leslie Lyness. That is, until
Hilbrand, exercising questionable
field hockey etiquette, struck Lyness
with the ball. Lyness, who had been
hit several previous times, went down
and was later replaced by Nancy Lang
with 22:46 left in the second half.
Lang, a freshman from Killing
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role. In fact, except for a Julie Blaisse
shot on a penalty corner, Lang
recorded the only Tar Heel shot in
the second half.
The first half for UNC was much
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