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Otahkians Eliminate UNC From NCAAs

Haukap's match-winning kill also set an Ohio Valley Conference record for a single match.

UNC (26-8) built an early lead as it won the first two games. But the Otahkians (23-8) would not be denied.

For Southeast, Beckemeyer added a career-high 29 kills. Emily Scannell handed out a career-high 80 assists, and Lori Lange rounded out the record-setting effort with a career-high 20 digs.

UNC got 25 kills from Casey Simpson. Krista Buchholz chipped in 19 kills, and Nicole Reis added 10.

Men's Hoops to Take on Kentucky

The UNC men's basketball team gets back into action tomorrow against Kentucky.

The Tar Heels (3-1), who lost to Michigan State on Wednesday, will take on the Wildcats (1-3) at 3:50 p.m. at the Smith Center.

Former Tar Heel Vince Carter, now an NBA

All-Star with the Toronto Raptors, will have his jersey honored Saturday at halftime.

Men's Soccer to Host Indiana

The UNC men's soccer team will host two-time defending NCAA champion Indiana on Saturday at 1 p.m. at Fetzer Field in the national quarterfinals.

Because of Saturday's men's basketball game, parking will be available at no charge until 1:30 p.m. in the Highway 54 and Bell Tower lots.

Women's Hoops Heads to Florida

The UNC women's basketball team will play in the Honda Elite 4 Holiday Classic on Sunday in Lake Buena Vista, Fla. The Tar Heels (3-2) take on No. 4 Notre Dame (5-0) at 1:30 p.m. in a game to be televised on espn2.

Marchetti Picks Up Tatum Award

UNC offensive tackle Louis Marchetti has been selected as the recipient of the Jim Tatum Award. The award is given annually to the top senior student-athlete among the league's football players. Marchetti has a grade-point average of 3.446 in business administration.

Flanagan Nominated for Award

Freshman Shalane Flanagan was nominated to receive the 2000-2001 Cross Country Honda Award.

Flanagan placed fourth at the NCAA Championships, which was the highest finish of a female in UNC history. Flanagan also captured the ACC title and NCAA Southeast Regional crown.

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