The Daily Tar HeelFriday. April 19, 19855
UNC sweeps singles hut trails mm ACCs
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By BETH VELUQUETTE
UNC golfer Kandi Kessler was
standing on the practice tee at Finley
Golf Course when she called to her
teammate Sue Hirsch. "Let's play 'Call
your Shot "
"Call your Shot" is the golfer's
version of the basketball game Pig.
Kessler called out the first shot
a low. hook took out her 5-iron and
hit a perfect low hook. Hirsch hit her
3-iron straight ahead. "P" for Hirsch.
Next came a high fade, then a low
fade and finally a dead-ahead straight
shot. Adjusting their stances and grips,
both golfers successfully hit each shot,
but Hirsch's miss on the low hook cost
her the match.
Kessler and Hirsch's game of Pig was
just an enjoyable way for them to
practice the shots they may need. for
the ACC tournament this weekend.
Kessler and Hirsch, along with their
teammates Page Marsh, Kelly Beck and
Elizabeth Macfie, begin the first round
of the ACC tournament today at the
Keith Hills Golf Course in Buies Creek,
This is only the second ACC tour
nament for women golfers, and only
Duke, Wake Forest, NCSU and UNC
will be competing.
UNC and Duke, who is ranked above
the Tar Heels, have met five times this
year. UNC won twice, lost twice and
the two teams tied last week at the Duke
"We haverrt played as well this spring
as we did in the fall," said coach Dot
Gunnells. "Consistency is our biggest
But the team has played well the last
two tournaments, Gunnells said, and
they say -they feel confident for the
What is their weakness? "The short
game," said captain Page Marsh, as
Kessler and Hirsch both nodded in
"If we miss the green, we have trouble
getting up and down," Gunnells added.
Kessler, who is semifamous for her
long drives, said, "I would give up some
distance for a better short game. "
But last weekend at the Duke Invi
tational, Kessler's long drives that
allowed her to reach par-5 greens in only
two strokes, and she carded four eagles
in three days.
Kessler's drives are long, but not
always straight. "I heard the fairways
at Buies Creek are narrow," Kessler
said. "If I don't hit the fairways, 111
change to a 3-wood."
"Kandi hits the ball so far that even
her 3-wood goes farther than my drive,"
While Kessler uses her long drives to
intimidate the competition, Hirsch, a
senior walk-on, depends on accuracy
and finesse to score well. At the Duke
Invitational, she was UNC's low scorer
and finished sixth in a field of 75.
"Anytime you place in the top ten,
you're doing well," Gunnells said. :
Kessler and Hirsch play golf like they
are the hare and tortoise in the age
old fable. Kessler, the hare, bolts ahead
with her long drives, while Hirsch, the
tortoise, deliberately checks her grip,
adjusts her stance and carefully swings
through the ball. Sometimes the hare
pays for her long drives with a loss of
accuracy. While she's searching the
woods for her ball, the tortoise con
tinues her deliberate march toward the
But in the ACC race, the hare and
the tortoise are not opponents. As
teammates, they hope they both can run
their own race successfully and bring
the gold cup back to Chapel Hill.
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as bad as they did on some of his curve
balls," Clemson coach Bill Wilhelm
said. "It was a 180-degree turnaround
from the last time we played (Saturday,
when UNC routed the Tigers, 10-3, in
The Tar Heels took the lead in the
sixth when Jim Stone was hit by a pitch,
Walt Weiss grounded a single up the
middle and Surhoff sent a 1-0 pitch over
leftfielder Mark Biegert's head for a
But North Carolina was unable to
do anything offensively after that,
managing only another double by
Surhoff in the ninth.
Late in the game was when the Tigers
finally broke out their bats. In the eighth
inning Dillon led off with a single to
left, and the ninth man in the order,
Steve Baucom, followed with a double
deep in the gap in left-center that tied
the score. Then North Carolina coach
Mike Roberts went to his bullpen,
replacing Williams with lefthander Tim
Kirk, who pitched to Bert Heffernan.
Heffernan sacrifice bunted for the first
out and Douglas came on and got out
of the jam.
But he was not able to duplicate his
success in the ninth, when Chuck
Baldwin hit a one-out triple that went
down the right-field line and into the
UNC bullpen. Biegert followed with a
walk, and then on an 0-1 pitch, Dillon
hit the ball oil the handle of the bat.
It went into left field and Baldwin scored
to put Clemson ahead for good.
UNC threatened in the bottom of the
ninth when Surhoff doubled with one
out. The Tigers sent in John Burnett,
who got Scott Johnson to hit a lazy
fly to center. Then, with Chris Lauria
pinchhitting for Howard Freiling,
Surhoff stole third, but Lauria popped
out to second base to end the game.
Clemson 3, North Carolina 2
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Maryland 12, Duke I
Virginia 7, N.C. State 0
Georgia Tech 1 5, Wake Forest II
Clemson 91, North Carolina 78, Maryland 68, Georgia
Tech 61, Duke 53, Virginia 45, Wake Forest 28, N.C.
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It began as an almost impossible dream.
To have a ghost of a chance in the ACC tournament
of catching a Clemson tennis team that had compiled
a huge 13-point lead in an undefeated regular season in
conference play, UNC would have to win all six of its
singles matches, each worth five points apiece in the first
round of tournament.
They did that.
Next, UNC had to hope that Clemson, which has four
players ranked in the top 61 in the nation, would lose
at least one of its first-round singles matches, and the
Tar Heels could narrow the margin.
That happened too.
And after singles play, lo and behold, the Tar Heels
had swept by Maryland, which at the beginning of the
day had tenuously occupied second place and moved
within striking distance of the Tigers (Clemson 76, UNC
68, Maryland 58, then a whole lot of others, then N.C.
State with an embarrassing 8).
Suddenly there was hope. UNC and Clemson were
almost assured of winning two of their three doubles
matches, and they would meet in the third, where a UNC
win would put the Tar Heels a scant three points behind
the Tigers. Clemson's team (Miguel Nido and Jay Berger)
was seeded No. 1 in the division, and UNC's team (Jay
Pulliam and Mark DeMattheis) was seeded dead last.
But just maybe it would happen. "You gotta get
psyched, buddy," teammate Dave Pollack told DeMat
theis before he went out on the court. DeMattheis nodded
in grim determination while watching his partner, Jay
Pulliam, look very sharp in grinding out the last few points
of his singles win over State's Brian Mayor.
The impossible dream seemed on the verge of coming
But Berger and Nido, ranked the No. 22 college doubles
team in the country, would have no swordsmen swiping
at their windmills. They handily defeated DeMattheis and
Pulliam, 6-3, 6-1, and may have erased any hopes of UNC
capturing the ACC tennis crown. At day's end, the same
13-point margin existed between UNC and Clemson (91
78), and those two teams were distancing themselves from
the rest of the competition.
The Tar Heels last won the tournament in 1978, when
they shared the title with N.C. State.
Yet the almost impossible may still happen. UNC and
Clemson will go head-to-head three times today in
semifinal singles matches beginning at 12 p.m., and once
in doubles (all second-round matches being worth three
points apiece) in matches that will decide if the Tar Heels
have any chance to overtake the front-running Tigers.
To have a good shot at the tournament championship,
UNC must win all four matches, an outcome only
somewhat more probable than a tornado plowing through
Chapel Hill tomorrow and ripping the cone off the top
of the BeliTower.
Nevertheless, it was a stalwart day for the Tar Heels,
as they won eight of nine matches, led by superb
performances by several players.
Eddie Stewart's win at No. 3 singles will officially be
termed an upset. Although he had beaten Duke's Tom
Frisher a week ago, Stewart was seeded three notches
below Frisher. Frisher took the first set 6-4, and Stewart
decided to alter his match strategy.
"He was just camping out on his backhand side and
moving me around, so I started giving him high, deep
forehands and he began making a lot of errors," said
Stewart, the 6-5 junior from Burlington. Stewart swept
the final two sets, 6-3, 6-1. '
Pollack's match, which he won, 6-2, 6-7, 6-1, was the
only other three-setter for UNC in singles. "The score
was really 6-2, mental lapse, 6-1," said Pollack, who failed
to convert two match points in the second set. " On one
of the match points the guy (Christian Dallwitz of Wake
Forest) was on the ground, and I hit a forehand into
the bottom of the net. I never thought I would lose the
Wayne Hearn's win was the easiest of the day, as he
took ( mly 50 minutes to demoralize Wake's Fred Seeley,
6-2, 6-1. Seeley continually tried to control the net against "
Hearn, who responded by blitzing him with an array of
"I played pretty well," said Hearn, now 26-7 and the
tournament's No. 1 seed. "The key to the match was my
returns. I kept them low so he couldn't knock off any
Much of UNC's hopes will rest on Hearn's shoulders
today, as the senior will be involved in two of the four
matches against Clemson. At 1:30 p.m., he will face Nido
in singles. Later in the afternoon, Hearn will team with
Jeff Chambers to meet Clemson's Richard Matuszewski
and Brandon Walters, the nation's seventh-janked college
Chambers ground out a win with ground strokes against
Wake Forest's Stefan Dallwitz, 6-2, 6-1. "These courts
are really designed for me," Chambers said. "I played
pretty well, and the courts are so slow."
DeMattheis also lost only three games in his convincing
win over Brian Hanfling. In doubles, Chambers and Hearn
had some trouble, but went on to win. Stewart and Pollack
Today three UNC players will be in singles action at
12 p.m., with the other three starting at 1:30 p.m. Doubles
play begins around 3 p.m.
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1S85 NORTH CAROLINA MEN'S TENNIS TEAM Front Row: Jeff Chambers, Mark DaMstXiela, EdtHlaCiswart,
Co-Captain Wayne Hearn, Co-Captain Jay Pulliam, Brad Rosenkamptf, Jimmy WeSbaecher. Back row:
Assistant Coach Ron Pharr, Manager Beverly Craig, Kdey Keel, David Pollack, Oscar Cram, Jonathon Com,
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