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The daily Tar Heel. (Chapel Hill, N.C.) 1946-current, March 20, 1989, Page 8, Image 8

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8The Daily Tar Heel Monday, March 20, 1989 9 NCAA Men's 193 A i 1 UV A ATI' OK II I .0 1 llinois 1 Arizona 16McNeeseSt. Illinois 77-71 Arizona. 94-60 8 Pittsburgh 9 Ball State Ball State 68-64 Illinois 72-60 Arizona 94-68 5 Arkansas 12 Loyola Marvmount Ark. 120-101 4LPV'SY'"e 13Ark.-LittleRock Louisville 76-71 Louisville 93-84 6 Georgia Tech 1 1 Texas Texas 76-70 3 Missouri 14Creighton Missouri 85-69 Missouri 108-89 7 Florida 10 Colorado State Colo. St. 68-46 2 Syracuse 15Bucknell Syracuse 104-81 Syracuse 65-50 Minneapolis, Minnesota 1 1 Georgetown 16 Princeton G'town 50-49 8 Vanderbilt 9 Notre Dame N.D. 81-65 G'town 81-74 5 N.C. State 12 South Carolina N.C. State 81-66 4 Iowa 13 Rutgers Iowa 87-73 N.C. St. 102-96 6 Kansas State 11 Minnesota Minnesota 86-75 3 Stanford 1 4 Siena Siena 80-78 Minnesota 80-67 7 West Virginia 10 Tennessee W. Virginia 84-68 2 Duke 15 S. Carolina St. Duke 90-69 Duke 70-63 Seattle, Washington 1 6 Robert Morris Clemson 83-70 8 St. Marys 9 Clemson 5 Memphis St. DePaul 66-63 UNLV 85-70 12 DePaul 4 UNLV UNLV 68-56 13 Idaho Evansville 94-90 Seton Hall 87-73 Denver, Colorado 6 Oregon State 11 Evansville 3 Seton Hall Seton Hall 60-51 14 S.W.Missouri St. 7UTEP UTEP 85-74 Indiana 92-69 10LSU 2 Indiana Indiana 99-85 15 George Mason 1 Oklahoma Okla. 72-71 Okla. 124-81 . '"" 'J: XV,r 5 " " 1 6 E. Tenn. St. 8 LaSalle La. Tech 83-74 9 La. Tech Virginia 104-88 Virginia 100-97 5 Virginia 1 2 Providence 4 Florida State M. Tenn. St. 97-83 13 M. Tenn. St. S. Alabama 86-84 East Rutherford, N.J. Lexington, Kentucky Michigan 91-82 6 Alabama 1 1 S. Alabama Michigan 92-87 t 1 3 Michigan HXayier 7 UCLA- UCLA 84-74 UNC 88-81 . t V 4 V ' 1 0 Iowa State 2 UNC UNC 93-79 15 Southern Desktop Publishing, Inc. The experts in laser printing & computer typesetting! 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Franklin St. 967-1377 E6 slides, color, B&W prints & passport photos FQGG RMC3DKI storefront, no hassles Peterson leads goDf victory f From staff reports JACKSONVILLE, FL North Carolina's women's golf team coasted to a 52-stroke victory in the North South Collegiate powered by a strong . performance from senior Katie Peter son, who placed first in the tournament. Peterson shot a final round 75 for a 225 total to pace the Tar Heels. The win was the second straight for UNC. North Carolina won its final fall event, the Pat Bradley Chamionship. The Carolina team shot a team 93 1 , 52 strokes better than Methodist. Peterson, ranked fifth in the country, won her fourth career tourney with three rounds of 77, 73 and 75. U.NC sophomore Amber Marsh finished second with a 235 total and Tar Heel seniors Suzy McGuire and Donna Andrews were third at 236. In Austin, Tx., over the weekend, UNC placed eighth in the McDonalds-Betty Rawls Longhorn Classic with Peterson once again led the Tar Heels by placing 16th in the tourney. North Carolina ended with a team 927. Peterson shot a three-day total of 230 while Andrews finished 18th, one stroke behind Peterson. Men's golf tournament TAMPA The men's golf team captured its first win of the spring season by winning the Pepsi South Florida Invitational with a total score of 867. UNC will compete next in the Iron Duke Classic on March 24-26 at the Duke University Golf Course. The Pepsi tournament was won by Mark Turlinton of South Florida who had a three-day total of 212. UNC's Brendan Kennedy of Winter Park, Fla., finished in a three-way tie for second with 213. Other Tar Heels who finished in the top 10 were Tee Burton and Pat Moore, who both shot 215. Neal Sullivan finished with a 217, while John Aber and Jim Sowerwine both shot 226. Baseball results The baseball squad went 3-3 at the Best of the West Classic at Fresno State University during spring break, finishing fifth in the eight-team field. The Tar Heels also dropped their first ACC game on Friday to N.C. State 7-5. At Fresno, UNC beat U.S. Inter national 9-8 with a six-run rally in the top of the eighth. Jesse Levis won the game with a three-run homer, and pitcher Frank Maney earned his first collegiate victory in the contest. The Tar Heels went into a slump after that, however, losing 8-1 to Washington State, 7-6 to Kansas State and 9-4 to host Fresno State. UNC rebounded against Liberty, winning 6-4. The Tar Heels got two runs in the top of the ninth to break a 4-4 tie. The winning run scored on a wild pitch. Maney notched another win, while Brad Woodall got the save. The Tar Heels beat Missouri 2-0 in their final game to take fifth place. Hoog and Woodall combined on a two-hit shutout. Scott Hughes got the game-winning RBI on a sacrifice fly in the second. Hoog (1-2) retired 18 of the 20 batters he faced. Woodall earned his second save. Levis was named to the all-tourney team after hitting .524 over the six games. He raised his batting average on the year to .447 and has a hit in every game he has played. At Boshamer Stadium, N.C. State rallied for five runs in the eighth to beat UNC. Tennessee comes to Chapel Hill for a two-game series Tuesday and Wednesday. Game time both days is 3:00. Men's tennis in California The men's tennis team ran into some nationally-ranked teams in California last week and wound up losing three of four matches. Their record is now 6-5. At Irvine, UNC was beaten by 21st ranked San Diego and seventh-rated California-Irvine by 5-4 scores on Saturday and Sunday. USD and the Tar Heels split the singles matches, with UNC capturing the top three and the Toreros taking seeds four through six. San Diego won two ofthe three doubles matches. UNC's doubles team of Andre Janasik and Jimmy Weil baecher, ranked 18th in the nation, was upset at number-two doubles. The Tar Heels had to play UQ Irvine minus the services of Don Johnson, who hurt the big toe on his! right foot against San Diego. His! replacement at number-two singles,! Thomas Tanner, was whipped! soundly by the Anteaters' Mark! Kaplan 6-3, 6-2. Kaplan is ranked! 30th nationally. ! At Malibu, the team lost its third! straight match to a nationally-ranked! team Monday, losing at 17th-rated! Pepperdine 6-3. The highlight of the match for the! Tar Heels was freshman Bryan Jonesl victory over the Waves' David Wells-! Roth at number-three singles, 6-7, 7-; 6, 6-4. UNC's other singles victory; came at number five as Andre Janasik; triumphed in three sets. Back at Irvine, the Tar Heels trounced Iowa State 8-1. Johnson; and Pollack switched positions at, numbers one and two. Johnson used three sets to beat Glenn Wilson, while Pollack coasted in straight sets over Ivan Srut. - , Women's Tennis The women's tennis team lost all four of its spring break matches to drop its record to 6-7. In San Diego, UNC was thrashed by San Diego State 8-1 on Monday and the University of San Diego 7 2 the next day. Against the Aztecs, number two seed Ann Stephenson defeated Kristin Hill 6-4, 6-1, for the . Tar Heels' only victory. The score could have been much closer, how ever, as UNC lost three three-set matches in singles and one in doubles. At Provo, Utah, the team suffered an unlucky St. Patrick's Day as Brigham Young beat UNC 9-0 at the BYU Tennis Quad Meet. To con pound the loss, Stephenson was forced to retire in the third set of her singles match with a severe ankle sprain which will keep her out indefinitely. The only other Tar Heel to come close was third seed Spencer Barnes, who took Mary Beth Young to three sets. ,x UNC suffered its second straight shutout Saturday at the same meet; this time at the hands of SMU. The Tar Heels return to action at home on Friday against Virginia in the ACC opener. f-

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