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By Paul McMullen and Paul McMullen,Staff Writer | May 19, 1993
Eleven months and three weeks later, North Carolina coac Dave Klarmann will pay for his conduct after the Tar Heels' 1992 NCAA semifinal loss to Princeton.Princeton coach Bill Tierney was publicly reprimanded by the NCAA for his actions during the Final Four, but Klarmann's penalty for "inappropriate behavior" included a similar reprimand and a suspension for North Carolina's first tournament game this year.Klarmann has been overseeing two-a-day practices, but when the top-ranked Tar Heels are home against Army in Saturday's quarterfinals, he can't have any contact with his team from two hours before the game until it's completed.
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February 27, 2001
Radford (0-0) at Towson (0-1) Time: 2 p.m. Site: Minnegan Stadium Outlook: The Tigers opened with a 12-8 loss at powerful Virginia, but they'll take a step down in class today. Last year, Radford hired Dave Klarmann, who coached North Carolina to an NCAA title in 1991 and 100 total victories, but not before the university declared it would shut down the program after this season.
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By Doug Brown | May 21, 1992
Only a nit-picker could fault Dave Klarmann's record as he nears the end of his second year as North Carolina's coach.Willie Scroggs' successor had an NCAA championship and a 16-0 record in his first season. Now the Tar Heels are 12-2, with losses to Syracuse and Loyola, as they await Saturday's NCAA tournament semifinal against Princeton in Philadelphia. Make Klarmann 28-2, lifetime.Klarmann's start as a head coach brings to mind Don Zimmerman, who had 14-0 and 13-1 records and successive NCAA championships in his first two years as Johns Hopkins' coach in 1984-85.
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By Gary Lambrecht and Gary Lambrecht,SUN STAFF | April 26, 2000
UMBC lacrosse coach Don Zimmerman is among the candidates who could become the next head men's lacrosse coach at North Carolina, according to sources familiar with the search under way in Chapel Hill. With Dave Klarmann preparing to step down after 10 seasons with the Tar Heels, North Carolina athletic director Dick Baddour said he officially announced the opening earlier this month, and that a pool of candidates was forming. Zimmerman declined comment. Baddour would not confirm or deny that Zimmerman had applied for the job. "I will not get into a discussion with anybody about who may or not be interested in the job. I don't think that's good for the process or the [candidates]
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By Paul McMullen and Paul McMullen,Staff Writer | May 27, 1993
He's made three straight trips to the Final Four and won better than 90 percent of his games. His teams are known for their fundamentals and tenacity, and he's earned a reputation as a defensive whiz.If only some of Dave Klarmann's actions didn't get in the way of his accomplishments.Klarmann is the coach of North Carolina, which takes the No. 1 ranking and top seed into the NCAA lacrosse semifinals against Johns Hopkins on Saturday (1 p.m.) at Byrd Stadium in College Park.Klarmann has been a second-team All-American, faithful assistant and demanding head coach.
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By Doug Brown and Doug Brown,Staff Writer | March 14, 1992
It wasn't long after North Carolina got a flying start in defense of its NCAA lacrosse championship that ace defenseman Alex Martin was asked about the value of the Tar Heels' No. 1 position in the preseason poll.Carolina had finished last season 16-0 and opened this season with routs of Radford and Mount St. Mary's. Coming up next was Syracuse."We're taking the preseason poll with a grain of salt," said Martin. "So much can happen during the season."His words proved prophetic, of course.
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February 27, 2001
Radford (0-0) at Towson (0-1) Time: 2 p.m. Site: Minnegan Stadium Outlook: The Tigers opened with a 12-8 loss at powerful Virginia, but they'll take a step down in class today. Last year, Radford hired Dave Klarmann, who coached North Carolina to an NCAA title in 1991 and 100 total victories, but not before the university declared it would shut down the program after this season.
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By Roch Eric Kubatko and Jamison Hensley and Roch Eric Kubatko and Jamison Hensley,SUN STAFF | May 16, 1996
Look for the action on the field and not on the sidelines when Syracuse and North Carolina square off in the NCAA quarterfinals at Rutgers on Saturday. It's the 18th meeting between the schools, but the first since an emotional, early-season contest in 1994.The series, which pitted two of the most creative and fast-paced attacks, was canceled by North Carolina coach Dave Klarmann who said after the game that traveling to Syracuse became too expensive. However, Syracuse coach Roy Simmons said later that year that he thought Klarmann resented Syracuse's celebration and ended the rivalry.
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By Bill Tanton | March 25, 1993
The University of North Carolina is the No. 1-ranked lacross team in the country. At Chapel Hill, N.C., there is very little rejoicing over that.Carolina, of course, is a basketball school, and coach Dean Smith's team is the No. 1 seed in the East Regional in the NCAA basketball tournament.Carolina (30-4) is a 12 1/2 -point favorite over Arkansas in the semifinals tomorrow night at the Meadowlands. It will be no surprise if the Heels win the national championship.Carolina's lacrosse team could also win the NCAA championship come Memorial Day at College Park.
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By Doug Brown and Doug Brown,Staff Writer | May 19, 1992
PHILADELPHIA -- Now, it is Princeton's turn to try to encroach on what has been the exclusive lacrosse domain of three schools for 14 years.The Ivy League champion Tigers are in the semifinals for the first time in the 22-year history of the NCAA tournament, matched against Syracuse, North Carolina and Johns Hopkins. Not since Cornell in 1977 has a team other than Syracuse, Carolina or Hopkins won the championship."The big three," Princeton coach Bill Tierney said, glancing at Syracuse's Roy Simmons, Carolina's Dave Klarmann and Hopkins' Tony Seaman during yesterday's Final Four news conference.
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By Roch Eric Kubatko and Jamison Hensley and Roch Eric Kubatko and Jamison Hensley,SUN STAFF | May 16, 1996
Look for the action on the field and not on the sidelines when Syracuse and North Carolina square off in the NCAA quarterfinals at Rutgers on Saturday. It's the 18th meeting between the schools, but the first since an emotional, early-season contest in 1994.The series, which pitted two of the most creative and fast-paced attacks, was canceled by North Carolina coach Dave Klarmann who said after the game that traveling to Syracuse became too expensive. However, Syracuse coach Roy Simmons said later that year that he thought Klarmann resented Syracuse's celebration and ended the rivalry.
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By Paul McMullen and Paul McMullen,Sun Staff Writer | April 23, 1995
CHAPEL HILL, N.C. -- For three months, the North Carolina lacrosse team dealt privately with its grief over the death of teammate Kevin Reichardt.Friday night, the Tar Heels made a public statement that displayed the feeling they have for Reichardt. Playing with some of the emotion it has kept bottled up this season, North Carolina came out fast and built a 13-5 lead en route to a 14-9 victory over Maryland in the semifinals of the Atlantic Coast Conference tournament."We've had some terrible distractions this year, and we've made it a point not to talk about them," Dave Klarmann said.
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By Paul McMullen and Paul McMullen,Sun Staff Writer | April 24, 1994
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. -- Chuck Breschi and Craig Ronald view today's Atlantic Coast Conference tournament title game from similar perspectives.North Carolina's Breschi and Virginia's Ronald are senior defenseman, were honorable mention All-Americans in 1993 and are leaders in the back for the best teams in the ACC. They're both from the suburbs north of Baltimore, and in the late 1980s they teamed together to solidify Loyola High's status as one of the...
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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,Contributing Writer | March 21, 1994
Loyola, the most surprising team in Division I, has landed at No. 3 in the latest rankings, just eight points shy of No. 2 Johns Hopkins.The Greyhounds (4-0), who lost half of their goal-scoring production to graduation, have totaled four more goals than last year at this point and have quality wins over North Carolina (14-12) and Rutgers (17-6)."We had a lot of questions, and still do," Loyola coach Dave Cottle said. "I knew we would be strong defensively, but didn't know where our scoring would come from."
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By Paul McMullen and Paul McMullen,Staff Writer | May 27, 1993
He's made three straight trips to the Final Four and won better than 90 percent of his games. His teams are known for their fundamentals and tenacity, and he's earned a reputation as a defensive whiz.If only some of Dave Klarmann's actions didn't get in the way of his accomplishments.Klarmann is the coach of North Carolina, which takes the No. 1 ranking and top seed into the NCAA lacrosse semifinals against Johns Hopkins on Saturday (1 p.m.) at Byrd Stadium in College Park.Klarmann has been a second-team All-American, faithful assistant and demanding head coach.
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By Paul McMullen and Paul McMullen,Staff Writer | May 19, 1993
Eleven months and three weeks later, North Carolina coac Dave Klarmann will pay for his conduct after the Tar Heels' 1992 NCAA semifinal loss to Princeton.Princeton coach Bill Tierney was publicly reprimanded by the NCAA for his actions during the Final Four, but Klarmann's penalty for "inappropriate behavior" included a similar reprimand and a suspension for North Carolina's first tournament game this year.Klarmann has been overseeing two-a-day practices, but when the top-ranked Tar Heels are home against Army in Saturday's quarterfinals, he can't have any contact with his team from two hours before the game until it's completed.
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By Paul McMullen and Paul McMullen,Sun Staff Writer | April 23, 1995
CHAPEL HILL, N.C. -- For three months, the North Carolina lacrosse team dealt privately with its grief over the death of teammate Kevin Reichardt.Friday night, the Tar Heels made a public statement that displayed the feeling they have for Reichardt. Playing with some of the emotion it has kept bottled up this season, North Carolina came out fast and built a 13-5 lead en route to a 14-9 victory over Maryland in the semifinals of the Atlantic Coast Conference tournament."We've had some terrible distractions this year, and we've made it a point not to talk about them," Dave Klarmann said.
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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,Contributing Writer | March 21, 1994
Loyola, the most surprising team in Division I, has landed at No. 3 in the latest rankings, just eight points shy of No. 2 Johns Hopkins.The Greyhounds (4-0), who lost half of their goal-scoring production to graduation, have totaled four more goals than last year at this point and have quality wins over North Carolina (14-12) and Rutgers (17-6)."We had a lot of questions, and still do," Loyola coach Dave Cottle said. "I knew we would be strong defensively, but didn't know where our scoring would come from."
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By Bill Tanton | March 25, 1993
The University of North Carolina is the No. 1-ranked lacross team in the country. At Chapel Hill, N.C., there is very little rejoicing over that.Carolina, of course, is a basketball school, and coach Dean Smith's team is the No. 1 seed in the East Regional in the NCAA basketball tournament.Carolina (30-4) is a 12 1/2 -point favorite over Arkansas in the semifinals tomorrow night at the Meadowlands. It will be no surprise if the Heels win the national championship.Carolina's lacrosse team could also win the NCAA championship come Memorial Day at College Park.
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By Doug Brown and Doug Brown,Staff Writer | May 23, 1992
PHILADELPHIA -- Without hesitation, Princeton's Bill Tierney ranks Scott Bacigalupo among the great lacrosse goalies he has coached.He mentions Larry Quinn, who played under Tierney in high school in New York and later at Johns Hopkins. He mentions Quint Kessenich, who was at Hopkins when Tierney was an assistant there."And now Scott," Tierney said as No. 3 seed Princeton awaited its NCAA tournament semifinal game against No. 2 North Carolina today at 4 p.m. at Franklin Field. "His anticipation is as good as anyone's."
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