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Late HR nips
by Lee Pace
Clemson's Steve Tucker, frustrated after having
gone hitless m five previous at-bats. hammered a
Billy Paschall fastball for a home run with two
out in the 12th inning to propel the Tigers to 1-2
victory over Carolina Sunday at Boshamer
The win gave the Tigers a split of their two-game
series with the Heels after Bernie Menapace's 10th
inning single gave Carolina a 3-2 victory Saturday.
"There was two out and I'd been 0-fo'r-4.so I just
UNC holds Off
The I'NC varsity lacrosse team smashed
Roanoke College's dream for an upset
Saturday as the Tar Heels jumped out to a 64)
halftimc lead and held on to win. 10-5 to up
their season record to 6-1.
Roanoke, a small school with a big-time
lacrosse team, rode into Chapel Hill ranked
no. 2 in Division II with a 3-0 record and the
underdog role of giant-killer after defeating
seventh-ranked Virginia earlier this season.
Carolina dominated the whole game and
outshot Roanoke 45-33. keyed by a strong
team defense which shut off the opposition's
offense. UNC attacks rode Roanoke
defensemen with full-field pressure; Roanoke
failed to clear the ball downfield eight times
and onlv managed 1 1 shots on goal in the first
Paul YVorstell. Bill MacGowan. and Rich
Meade scored for Carolina in the first quarter:
MacGowan. John Donato and Tom Venier in
Roanoke made a furious second half
comeback and trailed only 6-4 when the fourth
period began. But Carolina got motivated
quickly. Danny Cox. Tom Venier. and Larry
Turkheimer scored in the first three minutes of
that quarter to give Carolina an intimidatinti 9
Paul Worstell scored his second goal with
3:45 in the game for the final margin of victory.
Carolina's only loss this season was to
Maryland, the number-one ranked team in the
country. But this week, the Tar Heels face the
toughest part of their challenging season when
they travel to Annapolis. Md. Wednesday for a
game against no. 3-ranked Navy. Friday night
the team plays under the lights against Penn
Women golfers finish second in state
by Pete Mitchell
It is not surprising to pick up a newspaper and
read about a Wake Forest golf team winning a
tournament. But Jay Haas and company did not
have a hand in the Deacons latest triumph.
Instead, it was the Wake Forest women's team
which grabbed the spotlight Friday and Saturday
and fXrrQCrlZ&.RiodjiO unseat Carolina as state
Down' by'fbur'stfokes" after Friday's opening
round. Wake Forest stormed back Saturday to
nail down an eight-shot victory over UNC the
defending champ. The Deacons burned up the
Duke University course with a two-day total of
713. Carolina finished second with a 721. Duke
was third. 19 strokes behind the Tar Heels and
Appalachian State was fourth.
For UNC. it wasasad endingto a disappointing
week. The Tar Heels finished a distant eighth in
the Lady Paladin Tournament a week ago and
then had their unbeaten dual match string
snapped Tuesday before falling in the state
"We're very disappointed with the way things
went this weekend." said UNC Head Coach Dot
Gunnells. "But we're not losing anyone off this
year's team so we'll have a good chance of winning
next year when the state tournament is at Finley.
It'll take a lot of work over the summer."
East Carolina's Marsha Person won individual
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figured I had to go and try for it." Tucker siid of
his 370-foot blast to left field."lt was a fastball. I'd
been kinda frustrated, so this helps."
Carolina retaliated in the bottom of the 12th
and came within a couple of steps of tying it but
pinch-hitter Kevin Haeberle was nailed at the
plate after trying to score from first on M ike Fox's
double to deep left.
Chuck Porter upped his mark to 8-0 by going
the distance for the Tigers, allowing eight hits.
Paschall. now 4-4. went all the way for the Heels,
who are now 16-14 overall and 5-2 in the Atlantic
Coast Conference. Clemson maintains a full game
lead over the Heels in the ACC standing with a 7-2
slate. 23-12 overall.
Clemson grabbed an early 2-0 advantage when
Bill Foley smacked a two-run homer to left-center
in the fourth, his second round-tripper in as many
days. But Carolina tallied single runs in the fifth
and sixth innings to tie the count.
Jim Atkinson singled, went to second on Win
Barkley's single and to third when fucker, the
Tiger center-fielder, misplaycd BarkkVs hit. and
scored on Mike Fox's sacrifice fly in the fifth.
Steve Rackley scored the tying marker after
singling, moving to third on walks to Randy
Warrick and Mcnapace. and scored on Early
Jones grounder to third that the Tigers couldn't
convert into a double play. Carolina could have
notched two runs instead of one had Chris Knepp.
who led the inning off with a safety to center, not
been picked off first base by Porter.
This was a hell of a game." Tiger Coach Bill
Wilhelm said. "Both teams played tenaciously,
both teams played well. Porter did not weaken: he
kept throwing and hanging tough."
Wilhelm said the contest was crucial to his
team's quest for the conference pennant and the
right to host the league tournament April 22-25.
"Now we're 7-2. If we had lost today, we'd be 6-3
and Carolina would be 6-1. I hey could lose two
games and still take first and have the tournament
"They have a good club." Tar Heel Coach
Walter Rabb said. "But I think our club is equal to
theirs. We're two ery equal clubs."
Atkinson's towering homer to right-centerfield
evened it at two after seven innings Saturday.
Alter scoreless eighth and ninth innings. Kncpp
singled to center to lead off the tenth. Rackley
bunted him to second. Warrick was intentionally
walked, and Menapace drilled a Randy Quintrell
. high outside fastball just inside the third base bag
to score Knepp.
Matt Wilson secured the Tar Heel victory, his
first of the year against one loss, allowing eight hits
in 10 innings.
Carolina resumes ACC warfare Tuesday at
Duke before journeying to Wake Forest
Thursday. The Heels host Maryland twice
Saturday and Virginia Sunday.
honors, shooting a 170 for the two-day
tournament. Carolina's Sally Austin finished
fourth and Mindy Moore sixth. In the second
flight of golfers. UNCs Maura Stokes finished
first and Susan Dillingham second.
Carolina's next competition is Thursday in the
UNC-G Invitational at Greensboro.
The UNC women's tennis team continued its
winning ways over the weekend by tying for first
place in the Southern Collegiate Women's Tennis
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Carolina was paced by the No. 2 ranked doubles
team of Jane Preyer and Nina Cloaninger which
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Tommy Dixon was the only UNC player to
lose Saturday when the Tar Heels blasted
14th-ranked Miami 8-1 on the James for their
first victory ever over the Hurricanes. Dixon
fell to Tavo Martinez 4-6, 4-6 on the No. 2
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Carolina 2nd in Relays
by Doug Clark
North Carolina and N.C. State dominated the
competition Saturday on Fetzer Field at the 14th
Carolina Relays. The Heels won five and the
Wolfpack won six of the 20 events in the nine-team
Performances were down somewhat Saturday,
partially because the Duke Olympic Invitational
Friday in Durham, in w hich several of the teams at
the Carolina Relays competed.
The Tar Heels did not compete Friday and
turned in some good performances in their last
home appearance of the season. Jeff Gorski broke
the nine-year-old meet record in the javelin with a
winning toss of 229 feet, seven inches. Freshman
Spencer Wynne captured the triple jump with a
distance of 47-1 1.
The 440 intermediate hurdles proved to be a
and Judy Gfoerer of Mississippi University for
Women 7-6. 6-4 to win the doubles championship.
The two-day tournament, in which Carolina
finished third last year, was highlighted by South
Florida's Judy Hanrahan's upset of No. 2-seeded
Nancy Yeargin of Rollins College to win the
singles title. Hanrahan's win enabled South
Florida.to gain a tie with the Tar Heels.
The Women's Southern Collegiate featured the
best teams in the South and provided the stiffest .
'competition for Carolina so far "this springf
Carblina is 4-0 in dual matches and end their ho'fne
season with a match against Wake Forest
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Furman, Hampton also fall
Netmen crush Miami,
by Kevin Barris
Carolina's men netters swept a weekend of
matches, including a stunning 8-1 trouncing of
nationally 14th-ranked Miami Saturday on the
James courts. UNC also defeated Furnian (8-1)
Friday and Hampton Institute (6-0) Sunday to up
its record to 21-2 for the season.
Billy Brock, the Tar Heels top singles player,
led Carolina with three-Met victories against each
team, despite having to play with intestinal flu.
Brock's win against John Eagleton of Miami
clinched a Carolina victory in that match.
Against Furman. UNC won four three-set
matches on the first five singles courts. Only Earl
Hassier on the third court won his match in
straight sets, defeating Furman's Jack Jones 7-5.
6-1. f he Paladins" only win of the day cam on the
sixth singles court where Phil Hammond beat
Bruce McNair 6-4. 6-3. Carolina easily swept the
The Tar Heels were expected to have a much
tougher time against Miami, a team which beat
them 7-2 a vear ago. David Oberstein was the first
lar Heel to finish, as he recorded his 18th win of
the year with a 6-3. 6-3 victory over the
Hurricanes Flavio Arrenon on court lour.
Hassier then gave UNC a 2-0 lead with his 6-4. 6-4
win over Ron Myers.
Miami's onlv victory came on the second court
strong event lor the Heels as Chris Cox and Chip
Wilson used last finishes to top the field. Senior
Dennis Quick leaped 23-7 in the long jump to win
The UNC distance medley relay team of
William Southerland. Reggie Brown. Ralph King
and Dave Hamilton never trailed and went on to a
convincing 9:58.4 win over William and Mary.
In other events. Carolina's mile relay team of
Quick, Southerland, Chuck Hayes and Brow n was
beaten by State 3:14.6 to 3:16.1. Hayes also
finished third in the open 440. running 49.9.
Quick and Brown were busy all afternoon, as
they ran on the 440-relay team that placed third in
41.9. a school record, behind Virginia State and
State. Also on that team were Erwin Jones and
Wilson. Jones was third in the high jump with a
season best of 6-8. and Wilson was second in the
120-yard high hurdles, running 14.7.
Duke's Mike McGinnis and UNCs Dave
Robinson both cleared 15 feet in the pole vault,
but the Blue Devil won on fewer misses.
Dave Drechsel was second in the steeplechase,
Don Lockerbie was third in the 880. Lee Stoffel
was fourth in the discus, and Kent Taylor and
Henry Jones were third and fourth in the mile.
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where Tavo Maninc? held oil Tommy Dixon for a
6-4, 6-4 victory. Down 5-4 in the second set. Dixon
staved off two match points and temporarily
recovered to gain a game point, but Martinez took
the match on the third match point.
Junic Chatrnan's 6-4, 6-4 win over Lance
Dennet on the fifth court and Cliff Skakle's 6-2. 5
7. 6-3 on court six gave UNC a 4-1 lead and set up
Brock's match-clinching win on the first court.
Brock took the first set against Eagleton 6-4. In
the second set. the Miami player jumped to a 4-1
lead, before Brock pulled within 4-3. Fagleton
then broke serve and held his own serve to even the
match at one set each. Both plavcrs held serve in
the third set until the sixth game when Fagleton.
Stratton, Voight shine in B-W
Spring football practice culminated with the
annual Blue-White football game Saturday in
Kenan Stadium. The blue team slipped by the
white team 15-12 in a game that matched the first
team offense and second team defense on the w hitc
team against the second team offense and the first
team defense on the blue team.
Clyde Christensen quartcrbacked the blue team
and completed five passes for 45 yards and rushed
for five yards. P.J. Gav was slated to start for the
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complaining that Brock was "iucky". lost his
serve. Brock went on to take the set 6-2.
The win clinched the match for UNC. and an
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would be a confidence builder for upcoming
tournament pla. "It's a great win. it's just got to
help our attitude for the ACC tournament" he
Carolina's final match of the season ui;l N:
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team title in the ACC tournament. Carolina is
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both sineies and doubles wiii he lar HecK
blue team, hut is temporarily sidelined with a
twisted knee. Terence Burrell and Doug Banks led
the blue ground attack with 69 and 49 vard
respectively. Winghack C'are Casey rushed lor 1 1
yards and heaved a 50-vard pass to Jim Rouse on
an option play.
Johnny Stratton, who Head Coach Bill Doolcv
calls hisNo. I quarterback right now." completed
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Plavcr-of-the-Year Mike Voight carried the hail
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