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The UNC volleyball team opens its
19 CO season in Chapel Hill Thursday
against Catawba College, and if the
comments from players and Coach
Beth Miller are any indication, the
Tar Heels should have a good year.
"We have so much talent, and with
five or six starters returning we have
a very experienced team also," Miller
One of those returnees is senior
Adri Esnard, who summed up the
team's potential: "If we play our
game and keep our heads in the
game, we'll go ail the way to the
nationals in Santa Barbara."
The team posted a 41-13 record in
1979, finished second to N.C. State
in the state tournament and placed
fourth in Region II of the AIAW.
"We beat N.C. State three times
during the regular season last year
and then they came back and beat us
in the state tournament," junior
Jenny Watson said, "so we are
aiming for that title, looking to go
to Nationals and planning to redeem
ourselves against our rivals at State."
This year UNC faces an even more
demanding schedule. "All the teams
are relatively strong, and we have the
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brand new ACC tournament, so that
adds up to five tournaments plus the
state tournament," Miller said.
The squad's depth should be a
major factor in handling the
"We have a real even team all the
way down the line," Esnard said.
"The four on the bench will be just as
strong as the six on thct. .couru We
have eight players back and the two
recruits fit right in as if they were
Miller described her tentative line
up for this season: "Adri will be our
main setter and the quarterback of
the team. Senior Cindy Adcock as a
miduie hitter has lots of power. Terri
Wallace has improved as a hitter and
should have an excellent year. Jenny
Watson has become more aggressive
and improved her blocking.
Sophomore Laura Held will be a big
contributor now with a year under
Carolina has beaten Catawba, a
Division II school, handily in the
past, but Miller stressed the
importance of the first game. "It will
be a good match to see where we
Watson said, "It's the mark of a
good team to play well even against a
weaker opponent and not slack off
on your concentration."
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They work in the trenches and usually
get the praise due someone who works in
a ditch. But things are changing, at least
for the offensive line of North
Carolina's football team.
Touted highly before the season
began, the line did nothing in Satuday's
35-13 victory over Furman to dispel
notions that it is one of the best in the
country. But the' holes opened by the
fivesome of Mark Sugg, Ron Wooten,
Rick Donnalley, Ron Spruill and Mike
Marr will be more difficult to come by in
this week's game at Texas Tech.
"They've got some big boys out
there," left tackle Sugg said Tuesday.
"They're quick, they're big; we're going
to have to be on our toes."
Sugg, who was switched from right
Soccer teams in action
Both UNC men's and women's soccer
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today. The men meet UNC-Charlotte at
7:30 p.m. in Charlotte and the women
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guard during the spring, said the
offense's performance against
Furman including 365 rushing
yards did not prove that much.
"It doesn't help you to play someone
that's net in your league," Sugg said.
While most offensive linemen block in
obscurity, Carolina's have started to
receive attention. Writers are wanting
interviews, and people are paying more
Left guard Wooten has been
publicized as a candidate for the
Outland Trophy, awarded to the best
lineman in the country.
"Ron deserved everything he's
gotten," Sugg said. "He's a very
knowledgeable player. He picks up.
assignments well. He never makes the
same mistake twice."
Sugg received recognition himself this
week by being named the conference's
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co-offensive player of the week with
quarterback Tol Avery of N.C. State.
He said much of the line's success comes
from a certain cohesiver.ess among the
players, especially those on the left side.
"Me, Rick and Ron have known each
other for five years and been buddies for
four years. But the right side is just as
good. They have the potential to be as
good as anybody."
And how does the Tar Heels
offensive line compare with others
around the country?
"I don't think we're better than
anybody," Sugg said, "but we're
probably just as good. I think the whole
team has progressed more this year than
they had (at this point) last year. As far
as the offensive line goes, we have some
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Tuesday, said the potential of the line is
unlimited. But, he added, Texas Tech
will offer a much more difficult defense
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"The offensive line can be about as
good as they want to be," Crum said.
"They're strong, they've got good
attitudes. The offensive line is a thing
that takes a long time to develop."
Texas Tech plays a 3-4 defense and
features 255-pound Jamie Giles at left
tackle, Jim Verdcn (250) at right tackle
and Gabriel Rivera (2C0) at nose guard.
Crum said he's looking for nothing
short of a very physical game.
"I'm looking forward to this kind of
game," Crum said. "It will be a very
physical football game.. I. would like to
.think we're capable of lining up with
their guys and hitting with them or
maybe cuthitting them. It's not going to
be a soft game."
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