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6The Daily Tar Heel Tuesday, February 7, 1989
Wyland's transfer to UNC
By JASON BATES
Wrestling is a sport that emphas
izes one-on-one competition, but it
was the togetherness and camaraderie
of the UNC wrestling team that
attracted junior Doug Wyland to
transfer to UNC from Michigan.
"A lot of the reason 1 came here
was the closeness of the team,"
Wyland said. "I thought I'd be
UNC wrestling coach Bill Lam said
he recruited Wyland coming out of
high school but an ex-assistant coach
bad-mouthed the UNC program to
his parents, leading to Wyland's
decision to attend Michigan.
At Michigan, Wyland garnered
national recognition and was named
an All-American as a freshman.
The only contact he had with the
UNC program from then on was
seeing the team at competitions
across the nation, and he liked what
he saw. After talking to some of the
members of the wrestling team,
Wyland approached Lam about
transferring to UNC.
Once the transfer was finalized,
Wyland had to sit out a year due to
NCAA regulations. Now, he is in his
first year at North Carolina as a
junior with plenty of experience and
a national reputation. He has com
piled a 27-1 record so far in the 126
pound weight class, his only, loss
coming at the hands of the defending
national champion from Penn State.
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Despite the fact that Wyland is his
first year as a Tar Heel, Lam had
no problem making him one of the
tri-captains of a very young team.
"Winning helps, but that's not what
makes a good captain," Lam said.
"His work ethics are excellent. He
works on the little things, and the little
things are the difference between a
champion and a real good
Wyland's teammates are impressed
as well. "I think he adds a lot to the
team," said Glen Pazinko, one of
Wyland's fellow tri-captains. "He's
got the leadership ability and everyb
ody can count on him."
Wyland has his own view about
the responsibilities involved in being
a captain. "He (coach Lam) expects
leadership more in action than in
words," Wyland said. "It's an honor
and a responsibility."
Wyland got into wrestling in
Pennsylvania, one of the hotbeds of
. wrestling across the nation, as a child.
He was a very active youngster and
tried many different sports before
sticking with wrestling. Back then, he
said he would burn off nervous energy
before matches. Now, he just tries to
get his mind focused for the match,
though he admitted he still gets
nervous sometimes. ,
"When I stop getting nervous 111
have to quit. It's part of the sport,"
Wyland's nervousness doesn't go
unnoticed by those around him.
"Sometimes he worries a little bit too
much," Lam said. "He is a perfec
tionist and very serious, both on the
mat and in the classroom."
Once he is out on the mat, he likes
to feel out his opponent and build
up his attack throughout the match.
"I tend to get more aggressive as
the match goes on. The one-on-one
brings out the extra competitive
edge," he said.
Away from the mat, Wyland is a
more reserved person. "I'm not a calm
person in life, but I'm not very
aggressive," he said.
Whatever his disposition, Wyland
has very high hopes for the future.
"My goal is top three in the nation
for this year," Wyland said. "Barring
injuries, I can win the nationals next
year. But that's a long way off. A
lot can happen."
He also wants the team as a whole
to do well. Wyland set his goals for
the team an ACC championship
and a top ten finish in the NCAA
"Team success makes individual
success a lot sweeter," he said.
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