UNC routs Radford, 29-4

March 03, 1991

RADFORD, Va. -- Dennis Goldstein's career high five goal and three assists led No. 6 North Carolina over host Radford (0-1), 29-4, in Dave Klarmann's first game as Tar Heels head coach.

Freshman Gregg Langhoff (Loyola) scored four goals and added three assists in his first game in a North Carolina uniform, and Mike Acee scored three and had three assists for the Tar Heels.

North Carolina (1-0) led, 11-1, after the first quarter, and held a 16-goal advantage at halftime.

The 29 goals equaled the second largest total in North Carolina history, and the 25-goal margin was the third largest for the school.

North Carolina 29, Radford 4

N.Carolina 11 7 8 3 -- 29

Radford 1 1 1 1 -- 4

Goals: NC--Goldstein 5, Langhoff 4, Acee 3, Speers 3, Muir 3, Webster 2, McNichol 2, Wade, Speers, Donnelly, Cornish, Bedell, Codd, Levy; R--Cleary 2, Covvett, Graves. Assists: NC--Acee 3, Goldstein 3, Langhoff 3, Wade 2, Schattner, Speers, Muir; R--Covett, Graves. Saves: NC--Daye 7, Lehrman 4; R--Wainwright Kinele 9.

Syracuse 19, Villanova 8

VILLANOVA, Pa. -- Tom Marachek scored four goals and had three assists, as No. 1 Syracuse cruised past Villanova in the season opener for both teams.

Syracuse's Jamie Archer had two goals and three assists, and Matt Ritter added two goals and two assists. Villanova's Chris Sullivan scored four.

Syracuse 19, Villanova 8

Syracuse 9 5 3 2 -- 19

Villanova 2 0 4 2 -- 8

Goals: S--Marachek 4, Ritter 2, Archer 2, Fin 2, Boland 2, Cramer 2, Seisse, Corcoran, Patane; V--Sullivan 4, Bontatibus 2, Rosato, Rodgers. Assists: S--Marachek 3, Archer 3, Ritter 2, Boynton; V--Bontatibus, Chisholm, Rosato, Sargent, Mahoney. Saves: S--DeLorenzo 14, Hine 5; V--Zarghami 16.

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