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Tuesday. February 5. 1980 The Daily Tar Heel 7
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By MAKJO RANKIN
When Bernadette McGlade came to Chapel
Hill in the fall of 1976, she had no idea she
would leave UNC with scoring and rebounding
records four years later.
Her 1.128 career rebounds far surpass the
school record held by Billy Cunningham until a
few weeks ago. And her 1.422 career points
takes the record Cathy Shoemaker set for
women's basketball in 1979.
McGlade will put her talents on the line
today when the UNC women's basketball team
plays East Carolina in an afternoon contest at
The 2 p.m. tip-off time was unavoidable
because of tonight's wrestling match in
Carmichael. The Pirate game is crucial to
Carolina's standing going into the state
tournament Feb. 21-23.
"This; game counts as our divisional game for
seeding purposes in the state tournament,"
UNC women's basketball coach Jennifer Alley
said. "The game we played at Appalachian
State counted for divisional standing and we
won that. One of the games we played with
N.C. State counted and we lost that. So we're l
1." Carolina's 1-1 divisional record is important
because it is identical to East Carolina's, and
the teams are tied for second place, behind N.C.
The Pirates are comparable in size to the Tar
Heels and have some potent scorers, especially
on the front line. Forward Rosie Thompson, 5-
t'oot-9. leads the state in scoring, averaging
nearly 20 points. Junior transfer Kathy Riley
has also contributed heavily to the Pirate
offense. The 5-9 Riley scored 32 points in
ECU's 71-68 win over Carolina on Jan. 16.
Center Marcia Girven. and guards Lydia
Roundtree and Laurie Sikes complete the
Pirate starting lineup.
Both McGlade and Alley said Carolina will
have to curb Riley's scoring' habit but not at the
expense of ignoring the rest of the ECU offense.
"1 think we're going to have to play her a little
tighter." McGlade said of Riley, "but we can't
really ignore the other players on their team."
That may be the mistake UNC made in its
first meeting with the Pirates as it held
Thompson to six points, but Riley
compensated with 32.
We weren't prepared for her shooting at the
range she shot." Alley said. She said Riley had
previously confined herself to shots within 10
feet of the basket. "Over there (Greenville) she
shot from the wing 20-to-25 feet out."
Alley also said Sikes would provide more
offense than she did in the January game.
"Laurie has gotten into the offense for them,"
she said. "She's been averaging 16-to-l 8 points
each game (lately) and is more of an offensive
threat than she was against us."
After dropping two straight, McGlade said
this game will be important mentally for the
Tar Heels, who are now 15-9.
"We're really going to have to be intense," the
6-1 Tar Heel captain said. "It's an important
divisional game, but even more than that, it's
real important for us as a team to get together
and put a win back on our record. We need a
win now to turn it around."
McGlade. more than any other Tar Heel,
should know about turning things around. As
UNC's first major recruit, the Gloucester. N.J..
resident has seen a lot of ups and downs in
women's basketball. She has started every
game during her four seasons and has rewritten
the record books.
Along with her career scoring and
rebounding records, she holds individual game
honors for most points (29). most rebounds
(22) and most field goals (14). For season
records, she's got the most points (470). most
free throws (80), most rebounds (318), best
scoring average (14.7) and best rebounding
average (12.4). And to that the career scoring
and rebounding averages, and it's clear that
McGlade's four years have been busy ones.
But she probably could challenge the most
modest and humble for their records, too.
"When people ask me about the records, I
don't get too enthused about them, because
when you're in a team sport, as far as I'm
concerned, individual records don't really
matter that much," McGlade said. "Someone
can be setting all the records in the world, but, if
they're in a team sport, they still want the team
to do well.
"And. if the team does well, then that's when
they're really a winner," she added. "1 would
rather not set any records at all and still have a
real good team."
As the only senior on a team with six
freshmen, McGlade has provided some much
"I think the"e matured a whole lot." she
said of the freshmen. "I think they're excellent,
excellent basketball players with so much talent
it's not even funny. The biggest thing they've
had to get over this year is their inexperience
and that's why we've been a little erratic."
"They have to get the experience themselves
and develop a little bit of consistency within
their own games. Heck, it's the first time any of
them have ever played college ball. They've
helped us tremendously, and I can see them
getting better and better every day."
McGlade said she has only one regret about
"We've had a pretty good year even though
we've had nine losses. 1 don't think that's a true
indication of w hat kind of team we are. 1 think
they know that deep down. 1 think they're going
to go places. I'm just sorry 1 won t be here w ith
them. I'll cheer them on from afar, but it's not
the same as being on the team."
More likely than not. that "afar" will be
graduate school either here or at Maryland for
the physical education major. She said she isn't
attracted to the women's professional
All that is still somewhere in the future. For
now. McGlade will concentrate on beating East
Carolina and ultimately adding a state
championship to her list of accomplishments.
"As far as I'm concerned the whole season is
just a warm-up for the tournaments." she said.
"Whether you've won all your season games or
you've lost all your season games, w hat you do
in the tournaments is what really counts.
"My goal would be to win the state
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Heels Bull out 6pa9 over bookworm
By BILL FIELDS
Assistant Sports Editor
A corollary was coined Monday night
to the cliche that a book can't be judged
by its cover. A group of bookworms in
basketball suits can't either.
Certainly it is unfair to suggest that
Yale of the Ivy League is considered to be
all academics and no athletics.
But before it had pressed North
Carolina to the limit before losing 85-74
Monday night in Carmichael
Auditorium, many thought the contest
might be a ho-hum sleeper for the Heels
before they returned to the real world of
Atlantic Coast Conference basketball.
Give those observers an F for thinking
and award Yale an A for effort and a B for
ability. It wasn't bad at all and still has a
10-6 record with the loss.
"They were a pretty good team," said
Tar Heel Mike O'Koren, who led UNC
scorers with 20 points, "You look at them
and say they can't hurt you, but they were
good. It's an old saying that you can't
- -judge-a book by its -cover." -
Or a group of supposed bookworms,
who gave the Tar Heels all they wanted
before the true difference in talent
showed late in the game.
"Yale almost had eight straight wins,"
said Carolina coach Dean Smith, who
had to manipulate his bench to
compensate for three seniors missing
from his lineup. "We should have taken
care of them (in the first half). When our
guys had to have it, they had it."
The Tar Heels entered the game
without Rich Yonakor, who had
developed a case of strep throat and did
not suit up. They got only five minutes of
playing time from guard Dave Colescott,
who continues to have a sore right knee,
and got just 1 0 minutes from John Virgil,
who left the contest at 6:07 of the first
Virgil sustained a bruised back when he
was fouled by Yale's Steve Leondis on an
alley-opp attempt and came down hard,
grimacing in pain and scaring the 10,000
fans in attendance. The 6-foot-6 senior
walked off the court after a few minutes
on the floor.
With the three players out of action,
Carolina relied on center Jeff Wolf and
guard Mike Pepper for support.
While O'Koren paced the way and Al
Wood turned in a 16-point performance.
Wolf and Pepper both scored their career
highs with 12 points each. Wolf
dominated the boards with 15 rebounds
against the smaller Elis.
"1 just wanted to go out and play well,"
Wolf said. "We needed help on the boards
with Rich out."
For Pepper, his 28 mmutes o?nthft floor
were an example of his continued
involvement in the Tar Heel game plan.
"We knew John and Dave wouldn't be
back in the second half, and I knew I'd
have to do the best I could," Pepper said.
"Their absence was definitely felt at
UNC led 46-34 at halftime and never
trailed, but saw its lead dwindle to four
at 64-60 with 6:24 left in the game after
Yale scored six straight points.
A minute later, Eli Joe Jolson had an
opportunity to close the lead to two on
the free-throw line but missed both, and
the Tar Heels went back up by eight on
long jumpers from Pepper and O'Koren.
Frank Maturo was largely responsible
for keeping Yale within striking distance
throughout as he scored 22 points, most
of them on long jump shots.
"Believe it or not, that's where 1 usually
shoot from," Maturo said. "They'll give
me the first couple of shots to make me
prove myself. If I'm hitting, they'll shade
to that side. Then I'll move to the other
The victory ended a series of non
conference games for 16-4 North
Carolina, which travels to Maryland on
down to the nitty-gritty," O'Koren said.
Smith said Colescott and Virgil would
likely play at M aryland and said he hoped
Yonakor would be ready as well.
Heels 85, Elis 74
CAROLINA FQ FT M Pf A TP MIN
Wood 6-15 4-4 4 2 5 16 31
O Koren 8-12 4-4 7 4 6 20 35
Wolf 4-4 4-6 15 3 3 12 33
Virgil 3-4 1-2 0 0 0 7 10
Cotetcott 1-1 0-0 0 0 4 2 S3
Pepper 6-11 0-3 0 3 1 12 28
Budko 0-2 0-0 2 2 3 0 17
Black 1-5 4-4 1 2 4 6 26
Kenny 1-2 0-0 1 1 0 2 2
Brust 1-1 0-0 1 0 0 2 3
Braddock 2-6 2-2 2 0 1 6 10
Totate 33-63 16-27 35 17 27 68 200
Yale FQ FT R Ff A TP MIN
Jolson 0-3 2-4 5 3 1 2 16
Leondis 3-10 0-0 3 1 3 6 26
Daaleman 4-1 1 3-4 93111 33
Maturo 10-15 2-2 1 4 0 22 31
Zlgerelli 5-10 0-0 1 5 9 10 39
Fleming 5-7 0-0 3 2 0 10 21
O'Keele 0-1 0-2 1 2 0 0 9
Curry 5-10 3-4 8 3 0 13 20
Jackson 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 1
Conway 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 1
Total 32-67 10-16 38 23 14 74 200
North Carolina 46-36-48
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Heels' John Virgil Is fouled on elley-oop play
...forward fell hard and missed rest of game
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