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Water Polo, Swim Qubs Victorious
The UNC Water Polo Club competed
in the Carolina Cup Water Polo Tourna
ment, hosted by N.C. State. The club went
undefeated throughout the tournament and
captured first place. Leading scorers were
Dave Tayloe and Dominic Mancini.
The UNC Swim Club won a swim meet
at the Bowman Gray Pool against
Longwood 132-41. Club officer Kristen
Vetter encourages anyone interested in
participating in the UNC Swim Club to
come to the Bowman Gray Pool on Sun
days from 2:30 to 4 p.m. or Wednesdays
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hosting the annual Eastern Seaboards Col
legiate Racquetball Tournament at Fetzer
Courts on Saturday and Sunday.
Teams from Maryland, Georgia, and
North Carolina will be represented. For
more information, please call Brad Hannon
Sunday, the Men’s Volleyball Club will
host Virginia Tech and Greensboro Col
lege in Carmichael Auditorium.
The Women’s Soccer Club hosts Vir
ginia on Sunday at 2 p.m. at Finley Field.
The Men’s Lacrosse Club travels to
East Carolina on Saturday at 2 p.m.
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all night, going 1 of 1 from the field and 2
of 2 from the foul line for four points.
“I was really surprised about the time I
got,” Sullivan said. “It felt really, really
great to get out there. The back feels good
what I’m most concerned about is my
timing and my being in sync with these
Defensively, the Tar Heels never let up.
Clemson’s 39 points speaks for itself. That
is the lowest for a UNC opponent since the
Tar Heels beat The Citadel 81-36 in 1983.
The last time an ACC team only scored 39
against UNC was Georgia Tech in 1982.
“It’s hard concentrating, to keep focus
ing on this kind of game,” Stackhouse said.
“They were out there passing the ball,
down 18. It was almost like they didn’t
want to win. Just as long as they can keep
it close, and I guess they felt that 20 was
Clemson worked the ball around for a
good shot all night. Even in the final 10
minutes, the Tigers consistently let the
clock ran down inside 10 seconds. Bames
said Clemson had no choice.
UNC head coach Dean Smith said he
was proud ofhis team’s defensive patience.
“It’s hard to stay on defense that long,"
Smith said. “I realized that they were con
trolling tempo, and it would be low scor
ing. But they didn’t get a lot of good looks
as they took the clock down.”
Clemson had two scoring droughts of
over six minutes in each half.
“I’m disappointed our team doesn’t
Women Invade Reynolds to Face Fiesty ’Pack
The last time North Carolina (23-3,10-
3 in the ACC) played N.C. State (14-8, 7-
5), Tar Heels Marion Jones (13 points) and
Stephanie Lawrence (eight points) nailed
three 3-pointers within a two-minute stretch
to seal UNC’s 71-62 victory.
But it wasn’t exactly easy.
UNC watched a 14-point lead dwindle
to one as Charlotte Smith and Reid resided
on the bench in foul trouble. A big reason
for the Wolfpack ran was freshman Chasity
Melvin, who leads the conference in field
goal percentage (.614). She had a field day
in the middle as she poured in a career-high
appear to be as happy as they should be to
beat a good Clemson team,” Smith said.
“It was a good job controlling tempo.
Maybe we’re getting spoiled.”
But nobody today will be talking about
Clemson’s scoring. They’ll be talking about
Well, one of those dunks. Wallace also
had an alley-oop dunk—from Mclnnis in
the second half— that brought the crowd
to its feet, but Stackhouse showed another
part ofhis dunking repertoire tonight.
He now has shown the power toma
hawk, vs. Virginia Tech; the reverse one
hander, vs. Duke; and now the alley-oop
So what’s next? The 360-degree dunk?
“I had a request for a 360, but I couldn’t
get it on the break, so I apologize to that
That Jerry Stackhouse, he sure aims to
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senior posted her best scoring night in a Tar
Heel uniform (12 points) when N.C. State
lost in Carmichael Auditorium. UNC jun
ior Tonya Jackson has also started several
games at center and could be a factor if
Melvin gets a hot hand.
Tammy Gibson and Jennifer Howard
leadN.C. State in scoring with 14.1 and 14
points, respectively. Howard leads the
league in 3-point percentage (.496) and
averages close to three treys per game.
North Carolina’s Smith continues to
lead the league in points (18.8) and boards
10.3). Jones tops the conference in steals