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Thursday. October 16. 1980The Daily Tar Heel 9
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C I.1NDA HOCKIITSON
It was another routine win for the Tar Heel
volleyball team Tuesday night as it defeated East
Carolina 15-11, 14-16, 15-5, 15-3 to raise its
season's record to 21-7.
For Adri Esnard, Carolina's co-captain and
setter, the easy matches offer challenges of their
own. "These intra-state games are tedious,
minuscule matches, she said. "You almost have
to drag yourself onto the court. But they serve a
purpose. They're a good warm-up for the state
and regional tournaments which we're aiming
for. I'd love to go to nationals, so these girls can
see what big-time volleyball is all about."
If the team makes it to the national tournament
in Santa Barbara, Calif., it would also mean a
free trip home for Esnard, a native of tiny
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By MARX TAYLOE
This weekend, while most Carolina
students are on vacation, the
women's tennis team will be spending
its time in Charlottesville, Va.,
battling it out for the ACC
. The team will be looking for a
repeat of last year when it won the
title, despite a late regular season loss
to Clemson. Saturday Clemson
handed the Tar Heels their first loss
of the season, 6-3.
"We were certainly disappointed
in the loss at Clemson," coach Kitty
Harrison said. "But we are still very
optimistic and know we can beat this
Carolina has three top seeds in the
tournament. Lloyd Hatcher will be
seeded first in the No. 5 flight while
Jennifer Balent will occupy the top
spot in the sixth flight. In doubles
competition, Margaret Scott and
Balent will be seeded first in the No. 3
. flight, '
At Clemson Harrison said the Tar
Heels ran into an aggressive and
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Balboa Island, Calif., a town across the bridge
from Newport Beach. Esnard said the brand of
volleyball out West was far ahead of the rest of
"In California, girls start playing very young. I
played at my Catholic grammar school because
that was the only sport girls were allowed to
play," she said. "Then I played on a
championship team in high school and at Orange
Coast College." Before transferring to UNC last
year, Esnard led the junior college to the state
Transferring to UNC was not an easy decision
for Esnard. She said she originally planned to
give up volleyball so she could "experience the
life of an average student without devoting all my
time to studying, playing or preparing for games.
I wanted more time for myself, without all the
responsibilities of a student-athlete," she said.
determined team. "All of their
players get a jump on you," Harrison
said. "They are quick to hit winners,
and if yci give them an inch, they'll
take the point.
"We were simply not doing that,"
Harrison said. "We were tentative
and as expected', nervous, and will
have to show much more aggression
this weekend to beat them."
Harrison expressed confidence in
the play of her doubles teams. "The
doubles play is really good now," she
said. "There has been steady
improvement since the first match
and I think we're ready for the
"We have to feel confident going
into the tournament," Harrison said. ,
"Clemson didn't beat us badly and
losing to them should make us that
much more determined."
Balent also expressed optimism for
this weekend's tournament for the
Tar , Heels. "Each match is real
important, especially the doubles,"
Balent said. "If we can win two of
the doubles flights, I think our
chances of winning the tournament
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But when UNC coach Beth Miller offered her a
scholarship, Esnard decided to try a different
part of the country and play volleyball for two
"I came to UNC blind. I suffered a real case of
culture shock. In-state students just have no
conceptioh of what it's like for out-of-staters. My
family is a whole country away. I'm a real family
person and that's why I'm going back home after
this semester. I've had 20 years of growing up in
two, but volleyball has made it worthwhile.
"I hate to say the setter is the brains of team,
because everyone has to think. But the setter has
to read the opponent's offenses and defenses. She
has to fake out their blockers and know her
hitters. She has to know when to set up a spike or
put a little dink over and psych the other team
Esnard has not always been a setter during her
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If you happen to make it to Fetzer Field
today for the 10th annual Beat State
Extravaganza, you'll no doubt hear
those words, probably sung with a little
editing done at the end, as Tar Heel fans
tend to do, especially when the
opponent is the Wolfpack;
' A pig pickin' sponsored by the Sweet
Carolines, who joined Delta Upsilon
Fraternity this year in arranging the pep
rally, opens the extravaganza at 5:30 p.m..
Cost is $3.50 and includes beverage.
The pep rally starts at 6:30 p.m. with
Ron Stutts, of WCHL radio serving as
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Tar Heels, will be there to talk about
past Carolina-State games.
The UNC marching band and the
varsity cheerleaders will lead the rally.
During the rally, the Sweet Carolines
will sponsor an "Ugly Redneck" contest
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party with the Fantastic Shakers in the
new Tin Can. Admission is $1 and
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Charlie Carr, recruiting coordinator
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HAPPY 20th PUTTERHEAD! Lefs cekbrate with
lots of cherry cheesecake this year. (Tootsie roll are
in season.) Love you!
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TO THE SNOW BUNNIES af "Beech" Mountain:
Os 22 more ta; rsVla season. We feava our
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career and said she sometimes envies her
teammates. "They can really smash the ball and
let out their frustrations. But even when I'm mad
as hell I've got to place it up there, nice and easy
and keep a smooth, flowing game plan."
"This is the best group of girls I've ever known
We're unbelievably close and it's amazing how
much they've improved. There was a
breakthrough this year because- now they
understand me. They respect my experience.
When 1 first came, I think I intimidated them
because I was so aggressive, so vocal, so intense."
The season takes on special significance for
Esnard, because it will be her last. "I love to
play good, competitive volleyball, but I'm getting
tired of the routine. I feel that this will be my
climactic season. Because I'm leaving I want to
get to know everyone on that team and see us
play to our full potential."
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Gator Growl was a big
success," he said. "Once (1969) after
one of those things Florida beat us 52-2.
You can't beat those results. We just
want to promote school spirit. It's solely
for school spirit. The students are
enthused for this to be such a big school.
We want to get the students even more
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HAPPY BIRTHDAY to tha World's Greatest Grot,
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TO THE BLACK CURLY-HEADED, blue-eyed
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personal. How about dinner sometime? Love ya! L
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SANDY G.-Happy 20th Birthday. W.W."
Here's hopln' that this year Is your wildest and
most fun ever. The semester sure has started off
that way. Luv you lots! Your "roomies" Sharon,
Vicky, and Cammie.
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New Wave afternoon and to wish It an amusing fall
break and tuck with tha cards.
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You'd better be careful! Try not to forget us
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Have a good trip. Love, E.
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