Wednesday, February 13, 2013
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unior Erica Sabol attends the “DancerBLUEprint” gallery opening in the Union onTuesday, hosted by the Carolina Dance Initiative.It features photos of 11 UNC dance groups in iconicplaces on campus. Sabol is president of Carolina Vibe.
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The UNC Club Baseballteam won three straightgames this weekend to sweeptheir season opening seriesat the University of SouthCarolina.In game one startingpitcher Seth Beane threw fivescoreless innings, allowing just two hits and striking outeight. David Coffey providedrelief pitching for the finaltwo innings, maintaining thecombined shutout on justone hit and three strikeouts.Truman Vereen led the Heelsat the plate, going 2-3, along with Chip Lewis and Max Wasser, each with 2 RBIs.The Gamecocks jumpedout to an early 3-2 lead inthe first two innings of gametwo. Pitcher Justin Pryor thenshut the USC offense downfor four innings, allowing theTar Heels to regain a 8-3 lead.Chip Lewis (2-3, 3 RBIs) andJared Sobo (3-5, 1 RBI) ledthe offensive onslaught thatled the Heels to their eventual8-4 victory.Game three was a pitcher’sduel between UNC starterDillon Cockrell and John Arnold. After two innings theTar Heels had a 3-2 lead that would remain unchangeduntil the 8th inning, when a sacrifice fly scored the tyingrun for South Carolina. A costly 9th inning error lettwo runs cross the plate for
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UNC, bringing the final scoreto 5-3. Cockrell allowed only 4 hits threw 6 innings, whilestriking out 7. Ryan Langevinreceived the win for the TarHeels with his 3 innings of relief pitching, allowing only 3 hits. Max Wasser againproved dangerous at theplate, along with third base-man Andrew Romaine, going3-5 and 2-4 respectively onthe day.
You’re treading water,using only your legs to stay afloat since both of your armsare occupied; one arm iskeeping the ball as far fromthe defender as possible andthe other is attempting tokeep the distance.But what can’t be seen by the referees is your defender’shands grabbing you by thesuit underwater and attempt-ing to drag you down. This is women’s water polo.The University of NorthCarolina Women’s Club Water Polo team returns tothe Mid-Atlantic Divisionof the Collegiate Water Polo Association with the return of experienced players, the addi-tion of several new players,and experienced new coachBen Byers. After finishing7th in last year’s conferenceseason with a travel team of only 12 girls, women’s waterpolo now has a roster of 21players including 9 returningplayers. With solid startersand a large bench, the TarHeels are optimistic about theupcoming season. Returning veteran players and highpoint-scorers Kelli Avalos, Aubrey Germ, Ashley Gremel,and Laura Seidel are expectedto play crucial roles in thepool this season. Also expect-ed to put on a show are new players Barbara Cole, SarahLahidji, and Lindsay Loyd.
The UNC Club Gymnasticsteam hosted 60 competi-tors from North Carolina State University, University of North Carolina at Wilmington, and University of Virginia for a “Jersey Floor”themed gymnastics competi-tion this weekend. The TarHeels’ hard work in practice was apparent at the meet.Ian Everitt won 1st place onfloor exercise, while Eric Luuand Brad Cockrell took 2ndand 3rd place, respectively.Ryan Lynch also placed 1ston vault. For the women,Heather Frederick won 1ston vault, Ashley Ross got 1ston uneven bars, and Jenna Kilgore took home the goldon floor exercise. DesireeLaFountain placed 2nd onfloor exercise and vault, andKaitlyn Townsend got 3rdplace on balance beam. UNCplaced second overall as a team, just two-tenths behindNC State with a score of 142.75.
UNC Darkside wascrowned champion at theQueen City Tune Up, inCharlotte, NC. Darkside out-scored its opponents 90 – 43over six games for the week-end. While many of the othertop seeds were, UNC took care of business and blew through teams in pool play.The only hiccup occurred inthe semifinal game againstHarvard, which saw Darksidedown 8-6 at halftime.However, they came out inthe second half with fire,smothering their opponent with tight defense and layoutafter layout after layout. The
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entire team played lightsout defense, helping UNCto outscore Harvard 9-3in the second half to reachthe finals. Junior CharlieShaffner and freshman Aaron Warshauer provided incred-ible highlight reel catches, asthey grabbed everything outof the sky. Continuing theirgreat defense, Darkside blew out Ohio 15-4 in the finals.The fact that the most lop-sided win of the tournamentoccurred in the finals only further emphasizes the depthof UNC.
Fresh from a winter hiatus,the members of the UNCTriathlon Team have startedto ramp up training for thespring triathlon season,looking ahead to the USA Triathlon Collegiate Nationalson April 12-13.Nationals are slated to takeplace at Tempe, Arizona, andover 120 collegiate club teamsfrom around the nation areexpected to compete.“The mood at CollegiateNationals is like no otherrace I’ve ever done,” says GilCukierman, president of thetriathlon club team. “Thenoise at the starting line last year was deafening.“I’m pretty sure my heart was beating at an unhealthy rate right before the start-ing gun went off,” continuedCukierman.Mollie Brewer, vice presi-dent of the team, has racedat Collegiate Nationals every year she has been at Carolina.“I guess I want a grandfinale of my collegiate rac-ing career,” said Brewer. “Iam expecting this year to beanother very competitive.” While most triathlon train-ing is a solitary endeavor, theteam meets to train togethertwice on Tuesdays, with a gru-eling morning swim workoutand then an equally toughtrack workout. Only about9 weeks of training sepa-rate UNC’s triathletes fromNationals.“I think our team has got-ten stronger and strongerevery year,” added Cukierman.“I’m excited for our team this year.”
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