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A roundup of the week March 22-29
Compiled by ROB BUCHANAN
April 05, 1982
COLLEGE BASKETBALL—NORTH CAROLINA defeated Georgetown 63-62 to win the NCAA Division I title in New Orleans (page 14).
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April 05, 1982

A Roundup Of The Week March 22-29

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COLLEGE BASKETBALL—NORTH CAROLINA defeated Georgetown 63-62 to win the NCAA Division I title in New Orleans (page 14).

Louisiana Tech beat Cheyney State 76-62 to win the women's NCAA Division I championship in Norfolk, Va.

Bradley beat Purdue 67-58 to win the NIT in New York City.

Rutgers beat Texas 83-77 to win the AIAW national tournament in Philadelphia.

PRO BASKETBALL—Atlantic Division-leading Boston, unbeaten in five weeks and on a club-record 18-game win streak, ran into some very hot 76ers and lost 116-98. Milwaukee clinched the Central Division title with a 128-99 defeat of foundering San Diego, loser of 24 of its last 26. Despite perfect 3-0 weeks by Denver, winner of nine straight, and Houston, whose Moses Malone leads the league in rebounding and is second in scoring, San Antonio held on to its 3�-game lead in the Midwest with a 114-110 victory at Utah. George Gervin had 47 for the Spurs to ice the Jazz' 17th straight defeat. In the Pacific, the Warriors retained third place by beating Portland 102-89 for their fourth straight win, while Seattle moved to within 1� of Los Angeles, the division leader.

BOWLING—EARL ANTHONY defeated Frank Ellenburg 269-235 to win a $135,000 PBA event in Milwaukee.

BOXING—WILFREDO GOMEZ retained his WBC super bantamweight title with a sixth-round TKO of Juan Meza in Atlantic City.

Jeff Chandler stopped Johnny Carter in the sixth round to successfully defend his WBA bantamweight championship in Philadelphia.

GOLF—TOM WATSON shot par on the third hole of a sudden-death playoff with Frank Conner to win the $300,000 Heritage Classic in Hilton Head, S.C. The pair finished the regulation 72 holes with four-under-par 280s.

Amy Alcott shot a six-under-par 286 to defeat JoAnne Carner by one stroke in a $175,000 LPGA tournament in Kaanapali, Hawaii.

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