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Even before the game began Saturday, North Carolina
managed to get in the way of just about everything Maryland
wanted to do.
As the Terrapins left the lockerroom to run to their bench, the
Tar Heels bolted in a light blue stream from dressing room,
impeding Maryland's progress. The Terrapins players had to
stop and let the Heels pass before they could get to the sidelines.
It was a little thing, but in a way it was very symbolic. For the
rest of the afternoon a Tar Heel always to be blocking the way
anywhere the Terps wanted to po. .
The members of Carolina's defense, for example, felt they
knew what caused Charlie Wysocki to fumble three times.
"He likes to carry the ball wide, then cut back against the
grain," Donnell Thompson said. "He's not used to getting
pursuit like he got from our team. He looked back and saw our
pursuit, and there was nowhere to run." Wysocki wasn't the only
Terp who had trouble finding room to operate. Quarterback
M ike Tice spent a lot of time trying to keep from being sacked by
a hungry Tar Heel pass rush.
"Tice didn't have much time to throw the ball today,"
Carolina safety Steve Streater said. "When our front line is
playing well, it makes it easy on the secondary."
While Carolina had a lot to do with keeping the Maryland
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dropped a few wrenches into the works themselves.
Maryland not only gave up four fumbles but was hit six.
penalties which gave the Tard Heels first downs. Three of those
came on kicking situations, and Terp coach Jerry Claiborne
thought he knew why. .
The center was rocking the ball," Claiborne said. "When the
ball moved, we moved."
Jimbo Harrell, the Tar Heel who handles the snaps on kicking
situations, begged to differ. "I just snapped the ball like I always
have," he said. "You can pick up the ball to snap it as long as it's
one fluid motion. Our guys didn't jump, so I guess I didn't do
anything different. If I did, I wasn't conscious of it."
The Tar Heels were in control of the game throughout, but
M aryland despite all the mistakes wasn't really out of it until
a drive in the fourth quarter was halted inside the Tar Heel 10
yard line. The reason hung in according to Claiborne, was the
"Our defense kept us in the game " he said. "When you run
only 1 4 plays and are behind 10-0 at haiftime, the defense has to
be playing well."
The Terrapins didn't look like a Top-20 team in Kenan
Stadium Saturday, and Carolina might have been lucky to get
them on a bad day. But the Tar Heels were, for the most part,
responsible fdr Maryland's problems.
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MURFREESBORO. Tenn. The North
Carolina women's tennis team used three wins
in the final round cf sing'es to edge South
"Carolina 63-62 in the Red Raider Tennis
Tar Heel Margie Brown, playing No. 1,
defeated USCs Colletter Bennett 6-4. 6-4 to
win the title. No. 5 Kathy Hogan defeated Pat
Degtnan of Miami 6-3, 6-0 and Lloyd Hatcher
defeated Carol Henz of South Carolina at No.
DURHAM Carolina's Jimmy Cooper
won the individual title, and Maryland took
team honors Saturday in a cross country tri
meet at Duke.
Cooper won the race in a time of 28.40.
Maryland won with 26 points, while Carolina
came in second with 3 ! Running against Duke,
the Tar Heels took a 20-33 victory.
The North Carolina men's soccer team
survived a shaky "start to defeat UNC
Wilmington 3-0 Saturday for its first victory
over the Seahawks in four years.
Wilmington was in control for most of the
first half but failed to convert its opportunities.
Sean Naber put the Tar Heels ahead 1-0 with a
score 26:46 into the game. .
The Tar Heel attack was rejuvinated in the
second half and scored twice on a Jay Ainslie
penality kick and a goal credited to Nick
Donnelly that was knocked in by a Seahawk.
"We've always been at a disadvantage
playing Wilmington,' UNC coach Anson
Dorrance said. "It's their big game. They get
sky high for the game, but we're expected to
beat them. Wilmington dominated the first
half but we made some changes at the start of
the second half and that half was ours."
James Madison used three corner-shot goals
and a tight defense to gain a 3-1 field hockey
win over Carolina, dropping the Tar Heels to
0-3 for the season.
"We didn't look like ourselves," UNC coach
Dolly .Hunter said "and we were not as
aggressive as we usually are."
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PuUc Library. MsxKiay. Tuesday, and Wednesday.
Oct. 6. 7, and 8, an estimated 16,000 books be
sold at barja price. F vet ion. btography. current
aftars, trawt, art. forei-jn Wvjtay-.and many other
casegones. ALso, record a'3 . Hours Monday and
Tuesdiy. 10 AM to 8 PM. Wednesday, 10 AM to 4
FM. Most book ire 13 cents to $1. Exec; 4 lor
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and unuKudl vtJurmi to be auctioned Sun&sy.Ocl. 5
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Women's golf in Pat Bradley Invitational .
With a 2-0 haiftime deficit, Carolina started
playing its game and Kim Knickerbocker put
the Tar Heels on the board three minutes into'
Madison, 5-4, added an insurance goal
midway through the second half, and their
defense sealed the victory.
Carolina plays an important division game
at 3 p.m. Tuesday when they visit Duke, then
return home Thursday at4:00tohostPfeiffer.
Henry Ciccarone Jr. scored four goals to.
lead three-time defending NCAA lacrosse
champion Johns Hopkins to a 13-10 victory
over North Carolina Saturday night before an
overflow crowd of 2,000 at the Navy Field
The Tar Heels had raillied from an 8-6
deficit behind Mike Burnett's two scores to
take a 10-8 lead, but the Blue Jays exploded for
five consecutive goals for the win.
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Monty Hill led Carolina scoring with four
goals. In addition to Burnett's two goals, Steve
Stcnersen scored twice and David Wir.gate
and Brian Rice added single goals.
The game will not be counted toward
NCAA regular season standings and Hopkins
did not bring its seniors, but UNC coach Willie
Scrcggs said the game was a good experience
for his team. -
"It was a real treat to play Hopkins,"
Scroggs said. "We were a little tentative and at
other times we forced things. The Rame was
great for the spcrt here. A tremendous crowd
saw the best team in Ltcrcsse."
Seven players scored and UNC-Wilmington
was held to one shot as the North Carolina
women's soccer team romped to a 7-0 win over
the Seahawks Saturday.
Nancy Clary opened the scoring with an
unassisted score followed by defender Elley
Jordan's goal from just within the midfield
line. Ann Klas and Sarah Marr added first-half
goaj to give the Tar Heels a 4-0 lead at
intermission. Anne Eallinger, Meg Mills and
Kerry Judd scored in the second half.
The win raised the Tar Heels record to 5-3.
The Tar Heels forfeited three early-season
games because player eligibility forms were
late in being turned in.
UNC returns to action against the Duke
club at 2 p.m. Sunday on Fetzer Field.
RICHMOND, KY. The UNC VolUyb&II
team was eliminated after the first day of
competition at the Eastern Kentucky
The tournament was made up of 20 teams
divided into four five-team pools. The Tar
Heels defeated Indiana, South Carolina and
Tennessee but lost to Northern Kentucky.
Indiana, North Kentucky and UNC tied for
first in. their pool, but Indiana and Northern
Kentucky advanced to the second day of the
single-elimination tournament because they
,h"d won more total gamesthanCarolina.
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