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by Kevin Osrris
After two rounds of singles, Carolina's
women netters held a slim 13-11 lead over
Duke during the first day of competition in
the North Carolina Association of
Intercollegiate Athletics s for Women
(NCAIAW) tennis tournament here in
- Play was expected to continue until late
Thursday, with the fourth round of singles
beginning today at 10 a.m. First-round
doubles were scheduled to be played
Thursday night, with the second and third
rounds beginning today.
The Blue Devils have won seven singles
matches to UNCs five, but first-round byes
and a default gave the Tar Heels the
None of the seeded singles' players lost.
No. 1 seed Cindy Johnson (Duke) breezed
Omfso weighs ' confidence in
Sports fans enraged by the injustice done
to UNC gymnast Teresa Trice by Coach Ken
Ourso can now quell their hostility.
I accused Ourso and Hogan (April 16,
D1H) of arbitrarily denying Trice
participation in the women's gymnastics
nationals, though she had qualified for the
event in regional competition.
Trice was denied. But the reason for the
decision was not arbitrary, just private.
"The biggest problem 1 had the whole year
was getting her (Teresa) to have confidence
in herself," Ourso first revealed Wednesday.
"Then, after thinking about sending her to
the nationals, I decided that since she had
confidence in herself now, I didn't feel it was
worth the risk of jeopardizing what it took so
long to get."
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through her first match, beating Marianne
Mattox (Peace College) 6-0, 6-0. Suzanne
Bowron (UNQ, who is in Johnson's bracket
'and theW 6 seed, also won easily. She beat
Debbie Miller (Mars Hill) 6-1, 6-1. If
. Johnson and Bowron reach the quarter
finals, they will face each other at 2 p.m.
The first Duke-Carolina confrontation
dogfight for 2nd
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Ourso said that he didn't give Trice or the
D1H the real reason for his decision at first
because he didn't want to give Trice the
impression that he doubted her ability.
"She's done a tremendous job in one
year," Ourso said, "but I know personally
that the first time, you go to national
gymnastic competition and perform in front
of 8,000 people and then you look around .
and see how good everybody is it just really
shakes you. She just hadn't had enough
competitive experience to handle that,"
Ourso also said that he defended his right
to keep secrets from his athletes in some,
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should have been Thursday afternoon.
Dianne Sites (UNQ was scheduled to play
Margaret Duncan (Duke) and the winner
faces Emily Waugh at 10 a.ra. today.
Carney Timberlake (UNQ, the no. 2 teed,
will meet Teresa Donahue (Duke) at 10 a.m.
The winner will probably play Rebecca
Garcia (UNQ in the 2 p.m. quarter-final
The ACC outdoor track championship
will be held Saturday afternoon and evening
at N.C. State's tartan track, beginning at
1 2:30 with the field events. Though the story
is essentially the same one that has been
witnessed for 20 years (Maryland wins
overwhelmingly and there is a dog fight for
second place) this season's script may feature
a few new stars.
Traditionally, the Terrapin thinclads have
dominated the field events to a degree that
warranted accusations of gluttony. But so
it for their best interest, and you don't think
they need to know, then they don't need to
know," he said.
Trice herself said Wednesday she
respected Ourso's decision not to send her to
the nationals, and that she was never really
indignant about the denial, just confused
about the reasons behind it.
She also said she now agrees with her
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The UNC lacrosse team found itself on the butt end of a stick,
Wednesday. The stickmen probably wished they had had lead in'
their gloves. : '
As a sideshow to the main fighting event, Carolina,
incidentally, remained undefeated in the South Atlantic
Division (having previously defeated S tate) by kicking Roanoke
Getting back to the "feature attraction," it was cheap shot to
the neck of UNCs All-America Bert
and ignited the Heels on to victory.
far this year the top performances in several
events are by athletes from the six "also
rans." That State will probably sweep the
shot .put 1-2 is good for the conference but
bad for the Tar Heels. State will be battling
Carolina tooth and nail for that precious
second place trophy.
Bob Medlin and Lebaron Caruthers are
the Wolfpack weight men who should take
some points away from Maryland in the shot
and discus. In Ed Fern and Shane Stroupe,
Clemson has the top two high jumpers in the
coach that under the circumstances, it was
better to give her no reasons at all than to
jeopardize her self-confidence by publicizing
Ourso and Hogan tried first to withhold
the truth and I tried to bring it out. Between
the three of us we jeopardized the very thing
we all sought most to protect Teresa
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UNC lacrosse team fights off Roanoke 8-6
Fett that led to fisticuffs
conference. And as always, the Tar Heels
bread and butter lies in the middle distances
where they have several legitimate
candidates for a victory on Saturday.
UNC co-captain Dave Hamilton is one of
the front runners in the three-mile Held. To
win that event, he will have to beat Robby
Perkins, one of Duke's many strong middle
distance men. Hamilton's three-mile time
heads the conference, but he is aware that
Perkins will challenge him.
"The season's been so short; we've only
had four meets," he said. "The qualifying
times don't really mean anything this year.
Perkins is the number one guy in the three,
and he has run a 4:04 mile. He's the guy I
have to beat."
Most of the finals will be run under the
lights, and according to Hamilton, that
should improve the times. "The times seem
faster at night. It's easier to breathe and
everybody just seems ready for it. I think all
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1 Yup, we came to blows, alight," UNC Coach Paul Doty
said, but if i cscg to win."
With Carolina Bunxnj a one 'joaS lead in the fourth period,
goalie Chuck Weisstein made two key saves on one-on-one
situitions'Cfcttck kept cs in the game," Doty said.
Fett had one goal and three assists. Bill MacGowan scored
three times and added one assist and John Donato "who is
playing super lacrosse" had three assists.
Carolina expects a "slowdown" from William and Mary on
Saturday when the Heels play in. Williamsburg. Vs.
the races will be fast."
In the mile, UNCs Ralph King, Tommy
Ward and Henry Jones will likely challenge
Perkins and teammate Richard Schwartz.
William Southerland and Kevin McLee in
the half-mile and Kent Taylor in the
steeplechase also threaten to break the tape
in their respective events.
Other keys in the Tar Heels quest for
second place behind perennially victorious
Mary land will be JeffGorski in the javelin.
Gil Vance in the shot put, Sam Beasley in the
broad jump, Reggie Brown in the 440 and
Dave Robinson in the pole vault.
Matt Wilson pitched the UNC jayvee
bascballers over Chowan 7-4 in an error
marred game Thursday. Designated hitter
Bemie Menapace had three hits for the
winning Tar Babies.
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