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It z tcar fcr Tony Johnson the day he went to
soccer practice with his older brother. On that day, the
your.3 7th-radcr in Euics Creek just started kicking
rcur,d the eld soccer ball.
C:fcre long, he was hooked.
"Once you get the hang of soccer," he said, "it's
hard to stop playing, because it's just so much fun."
Soccer is still fun for Tony Johnson, but now he
kicks the old soccer ball around fcr North Carolina
where there's a whole lot more at stake than just seeing hu
how many times m a row he can make the ball bounce
on his head.
Johnson has come a long way since that day seven
years ago and now, as a sophomore, he is one of the
key players on Anson Dor ranee's 1920 UNC team.
Things haven't always been as good for Johnson at
Carolina; last year he had trouble getting the kind
of playing time to which he had become accustomed as
a high school star. It was a difficult adjustment for
Johnson to make.
"Last year was hard," he said. "If you're good in
high school, you think you're supposed to come in and
be the best. When you don't just start playing, it hurts
"If you don't have confidence, you can't
concentrate. You can't do the little things," he added.
"You have to feel confident that you can bat
somebody one on one."
After sitting out much of the action last season,
Johnson has become a vital cog in the Tar Heel attack
in 1920. He picked up his eighth assist of the season
Wednesday against Maryland and he has also scored
eight goals. He has managed to amass those numbers
despite a painful groin pull that slowed him for several
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But Johnson is reluctant to talk about his individual
performance. He chooses instead to talk of how he and
his teammates are doing in their bid for a berth in the
NCAA soccer tournament.
"We have to win the rest of our games to get a bid,"
he said. "I think our record is good (the Heels are now
15-2-1) because the team is better than last year's. We
have a lot of new players who are really helping out."
Carolina's defense has been strong this year, as the
Tar Heels registered their 11th shutout Wednesday
against Maryland. The UNC offense, however,
sputtered early in the year, but Johnson feels Carolina
now has the problems worked out.
"Early in the season, we didn't have everything
working," Johnson said. "Now, we've finally gotten
into the system that we've been working on."
Although Carolina soccer matches drew fairly large
crowds earlier in the year, the crowd size has dwindled
since the weather has turned colder. Johnson says that
large crowds would be nice, but that the team can get
along without them.
"It would be nice to have a lot of fans when we
play," he said. "You play better when a lot of people
are cheering for you. But is doesn't really matter.
We're not trying to impress anyone; we're just trying to
meet the goals we set for ourselves."
As for the rigors of practice, Johnson says that even
something as much fun as kicking around the old
soccer ball can get tiring.
"If you play anything year 'round, sometimes its
going to get old," Johnson said. "It can be especially
hard in the off-season when you aren't playing
competitively. But you get ready when the season
And, if there was ever any doubt, Johnson will give
you the final judgment on his game.
"Soccer is still a lot of fun."
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Nationally ranked soccer team faces State
It was a long time coming, but the
North Carolina men's soccer team
finally received a national ranking.
With that behind it, Carolina must
now prove its . worthiness against
N.C. State at 2 p.m. Saturday on
After a 2-0 blanking of Maryland
Wednesday, the Tar Heels were told
they were ranked 16th in the nation,
the only Atlantic Coast Conference
team to be so. They are third in the
UNC coach Anson Dorrance said
the ranking will not make Carolina
overconfident for the Wolfpack.
"We have no delusions of
grandeur," Dorrance said. "We
think being ranked is indicative of the
kind of year we're having. We're still
pretty humble and just excited to get
the national recognition."
The win over the Terps raised the
Tar Heels record to 15-2-1 and 2-0-1
in the ACC.
The Tar Heels had a look at State
earlier this season during the Mayor's
Cup held at Fetzer Field. The
Wolfpack could do no better than
third in the tournament, but
Dorrance was impressed with what he
"State is awesome," he said.
"They have two of the best forwards
in the conference. They will be
doubly hard to contain. On defense,
their goalie isn't experienced, but
he's very capable."
Dorrance said freshman defender
Jim fPoff was the most valuable
player of the Maryland game and
would mark one of the State
forwards. He said he hadn't decided
whether Jay Ainslie or Joe Maher
would guard the other.
The North Carolina women's team
returned from a two-game trip to
Washington, D.C., with a split and
now travels to Fayetteville for the
North Carolina State Championships
The Tar Heels defeated George
Washington 1-0 on a Janet Rayfield
goal assisted by Ginger Hurst and
Nancy Clary. The Heels then fell to
the Virginia Select for the third time
this season by the score of 2-0.
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Carolina's conference champion
tennis team will go into action this
weekend for the final time this fall in the
Catherine Sample Memorial
Tournament in Miami, Fla.
This is the second consecutive year
that the Tar Heels have played in this
tournament. Carolina was sixth . last
"It's a highly competitive
tournament," coach Kitty Harrison
said. ''It's an honor just to be invited."
Harrison did not know all the teams
that were invited, but she said Trinity,
Texas, Florida, Rollins, Florida State,
South Carolina and LSU were all
expected to play in the tournament.
"Our biggest challenges in the
tournament will come from Florida,
Trinity and Texas," Harrison said. "But
every team in the field is a very good
With such a field, each team will be
given some national exposure. Harrison
$;aid national exposure was particularly
important to the Tar Heels, since the
team was (hoping for a bid to the
nationals this fall.
The Tar Heels will certainly have some
momentum going into the Miami
tournament. After losing a late regular
season match to Clemson, the Heels
came back to upset the Tigers by two
points in the conference tournament.
Playing a major role in the Tar Heel
victory was freshman Kathy Barton.
Barton, who had lost back-to-back
matches at the end of the regular season
was only seeded fifth in the No. 2 flight.
Playing coolly and confidently, the
Cincinnati, Ohio native worked her way
to the championship of her flight.
weekend, but it's also an important time
of the year for several ether UNC
The UNC fklJ fcocLty team win play
fcr its third straight NCAIAW title at
11:30 a.m. today in Durham against
Appalachian advanced to the finals
with a 1-0 win over Duke Thursday.
Carolina defeated ASU 4-1 earlier in the
"We're pretty excited about the game
and expect to do well," said Carolina's
leading scorer, Ann Donio.
The Carolina veil:) hall team will play
in the first Atlantic Coast Conference
volleyball tournament which begins
today in Raleigh.
Carolina's nen'i cress country team
will run in the ACC Championships at
Winston-Salem Saturday and the
women's cress country team will
participate in the Region II
championships in Charlottesville. Va.
Bat girls needed
Carolina baseball coach Mike Roberts
has asked that anyone interested in
serving as one of the "Diamond Gals"
for the 1S31 baseball season contact Pat
at 933-4767 or Laura at 557-3044.
Those interested in working as a bat
girl should call before Nov. 7.
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marathon. Hope all goes wi3. Looking forward to
a super DC weekend. Good luck! Bev P.S. When
the going gets tough-Remember UaUh 40:31.
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F.CriN A., How anyone can have a birthday
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