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April 5, 1998

CHAPEL HILL, N.C. — North Carolina’s 12th-ranked men’s lacrosse team hungwith the sixth-ranked Virginia Cavaliers for one quarter Saturday night,but when all was said and done, Coach Dom Starsia’s Wahoos emerged with15-4 Atlantic Coast Conference victory before 837 fans at Fetzer Field.

Trailing after one quarter 3-2, Virginia held North Carolina to only onegoal over the final period, while scoring 13 goals of its own.A goal by JayJalbert with 5:01 left before halftime gave the Cavaliers the lead for goodat 4-3 and Carolina would never seriously threaten again.

Virginia was led by attackmen Jay Jalbert, Tucker Radebaughand Drew McKnight, who ignited a ferocious Wahoo attack. Jalbert scored acareer high five goals in the game. Radebaugh had four goals and one assistand McKnight chipped in with two goals and a trio of assists. MidfielderDrew Melchionni added a trio of goals and one assist for Virginia. Hisevening included both an extra-man and short-handed goal.

Carolina was led by midfielder Justin Bowman who had two goals andattackmen Chase Martin and Jeff Sonke who each had one goal and one assist.

Virginia goalkeeper Chris Sanderson played extremely well,allowing only the four goals while making 11 saves. Carolina hurts itselfwith poor shooting accuracy. Only 15 of Carolina’s 39 shots were on goal,while the Wahoos repeatedly tested North Carolina goalie Jarron Harkness,who made 13 saves.

Virginia improved to 4-3 overall and 1-1 in the ACC with thewin. The victory broke a two-game Cavalier losing streak. Carolina droppedto 3-6 overall and 0-3 in the ACC. The Tar Heels have dropped five of theirlast six games.

Virginia plays host to Duke next Saturday in Charlottesville,while Carolina plays at Delaware.

#6 VIRGINIA (4-3, ACC 1-1) vs. #12 NORTH CAROLINA (3-6, ACC 0-3)Site: Fetzer Field, Chapel Hill, N.C.Date: April 4, 1998Attendance: 837

SCORE BY QUARTERSVirginia 2–4–4–5–15North Carolina 3–0–1–0–4

GOALS (Virginia): Jay Jalbert 5, Tucker Radebaugh 4, DrewMelchionni 3, Drew McKnight 2, David WrenASSISTS (Virginia): Drew McKnight 3, Aaron Vercollone, TuckerRadebaugh, David Baruch, Drew Melchionni

GOALS (North Carolina): Justin Bowman 2, Chase Martin, Jeff SonkeASSISTS (North Carolina): Matt Crofton, Chase Martin, Jeff Sonke

SHOTS BY QUARTERSVirginia 9–13–9–11–42North Carolina 9–8–11–11–39

SAVES BY QUARTERSVirginia 4–3–4–0–11North Carolina 1–5–3–4–13

VIRGINIA GOALIES: Chris Sanderson, 58 minutes played, 11saves, 4 goals allowed; Ben O’Neil, 2 minutes played, 0 saves, 0 goals allowed

NORTH CAROLINA GOALIES: Jarron Harkness, 60 minutes played, 13saves, 15 goals allowed

FACE-OFFS BY QUARTERSVirginia 3–3–3–4–13North Carolina 3–2–3–2–10

GROUND BALLS BY QUARTERSVirginia 10–9–8–13–40North Carolina 12–9–9–6–36

PENALTIES: Virginia 6 penalties for 5 minutes, North Carolina4 penalties for 2 minutes

CLEARS: Virginia 28 of 33, North Carolina 24 of 30EXTRA-MAN GOALS: Virginia 1, North Carolina 1SHORT-HANDED GOALS: Virginia 1, North Carolina 0OFFICIALS: Tony Cullen, Steve Dahl, Mark Goldsmith

Scoring Summary

#6 VIRGINIA (4-3, ACC 1-1) vs. #12 NORTH CAROLINA (3-6, ACC 0-3)Site: Fetzer Field, Chapel Hill, N.C.Date: April 4, 1998Attendance: 837

Quarter, Team, Time, Score (UNC-UVA), Goal Scored By, Assist By1, UNC, 13:08, 1-0, Chase Martin, None1, UVA, 9:54, 1-1, Drew Melchionni, None1, UVA, 7:07, 1-2, Drew Melchionni (SHG), Drew McKnight1, UNC, 5:19, 2-2, Jeff Sonke (EMG), Matt Crofton1, UNC, 1:05, 3-2, Justin Bowman, Chase Martin

2, UVA, 10:37, 3-3, Tucker Radebaugh, None2, UVA, 5:01, 3-4, Jay Jalbert, Aaron Vercollone2, UVA, 4:14, 3-5, Drew McKnight, None2, UVA, 2:19, 3-6, Tucker Radebaugh, None

3, UVA, 10:05, 3-7, Drew Melchionni (EMG), Drew McKnight3, UNC, 9:04, 4-7, Justin Bowman, Jeff Sonke3, UVA, 4:22, 4-8, Jay Jalbert, Tucker Radebaugh3, UVA, 2:19, 4-9, Drew McKnight, David Baruch3, UVA, 0:56, 4-10, Jay Jalbert, None

4, UVA, 12:50, 4-11, David Wren, None4, UVA, 5:18, 4-12, Tucker Radebaugh, Drew McKnight4, UVA, 4:41, 4-13, Jay Jalbert, None4, UVA, 4:30, 4-14, Jay Jalbert, None4, UVA, 3:01, 4-15, Tucker Radebaugh, Drew Melchionni

EMG=Extra-Man GoalSHG=Short-Handed Goal

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