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The daily Tar Heel. (Chapel Hill, N.C.) 1946-current, October 12, 1981, Page 6, Image 6

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6Tho .Daily Tar 1 iZZZrJi fcetcbfi2; 1031 Efflesca:ri;.;mg like te h i . t r '5 "V v0" ...;.-:,.: w . 71 J DTHJjay Hymat) Linda Mescsn From slaff reports The women's golf team, led by Linda Mescan, set three tour nament records while taking first place in the Duke Fall Invita tional in Durham. , The squad set a one-day team tournament record with a score of 290 and a three-day tournament record with an 894. Cathy Reynolds also broke the individual one-day tourna ment record with a five-under-par 69. "I'm pretty excited," Coach Dot Gunnells said. "All five girls played well and that's what we're looking for." - Mescan finished with the individual first-place score of 219; Jill Nesbit and Car la Daniel tied for seventh with scores of 225; Reynolds was eleventh" with a 229, and Kathy Ayers shot a 237. The team travels to Lexington, Ky., for the Lady Kat Invita tional Thursday-Saturday. In Baton Rouge, La., the men's golf team placed ninth in the Louisiana State University Invitational. It was the toughest tournament for the team this year; twelve of UNC's opponents played in last year's NCAA tournament. - "We're just not getting the job done," said John Spelman, who led the Tar Heels with a score of 212. "The team is not what you would call tournament sharp." For UNC, Todd McGrew had a 215; Mike West scored a 218; John Inman scored 219 and Billy Williford shot a 220. UCLA won the tournament over a field as good as any the Tar Heels have faced this year, Spelman said. "We didn't play very well," he said. "The team's spirit isn't down or anything; we're just not playing well." The team's next tournament , will be Oct. 25-27 at the Andy Bean-Greenlefe Invitational in Orlando, Fla. The men's soccer team lost 1-0 to the University of Connecti cut before a crowd of 5,400 in Storrs,Ct., Sunday. Connecticut is ranked third in the nation. "Tony Johnson was ejected after about 15 minutes, so we played most of the game a man down," , UNC , coach Anson Dorrance said. "We played a respectable game. I was pleased with our performance." , Connecticut's Bill Merrone scored on a header with 24:24 re maining in the first period. Connecticut had 32 shots on goal to Carolina's 19. Geoff Drayton recorded ten saves for the Tar - Heels. " ' "David Hellwing, Joe Maher, Jim Poff, Ricky Marvin our entire defense played an excellent game," Dorrance said. "Tim Ensley and Robert Kelly had some outstanding moments, . and freshman Billy Hartman continues to amaze everyone with his play." ' ; The women's soccer team beat No. 1-ranked Connecticut 2-0 Sunday. Laurie Gregg and Stephanie Zeh scored for UNC. "Gregg's determination and hustle was a real inspiration to the entire team. If I had to pick an MVP for the game, she'd be it," Dorrance said. "Susie Cobb was tremendous against their top player, and Wendy Greenberg fought for every ball." The men's team beat Boston College 4-2 Friday on two goals from Johnson and one each from Ensley and Hartman. The women defeated BC 8-1 to remain undefeated. Weekend Roundup "All-in-all, it was a pretty successful road trip," Dorrance said. . The women's cross country team came back from a subpar performance last week to outrun a strong Richmond University squad 26-29 on Richmond's course Friday. , Nancy Radford, Maria Daniel and Joan Nesbitt finished two-three-four, all coming across the line in 17:55. Meg Heffern was eighth at 18:33, and Janice High was ninth (18:38) to round out Carolina's top five. "(Cross country) Coach (Don) Lockerbie 'wanted to work on team strategy plus win the meet, and the women accomplished both," track head coach Hubert West said. "Nancy, Maria and Joan ran step for step all the way, and so did Meg and Janice." The women ended their dual-meet season with a 3-1 dual meet record. They race in the NCAIAW state meet Saturday. The UNC women's tennis team, defusing the threat of upset minded Duke, defeated the, Blue Devils 6-3 Friday afternoon in Durham. ' : , : :- ..V; - - ' All four of the UNC singles victories came in two sets. No. 1 singles player' Kathy Barton defeated her opponent 7-6, 6-3. Margie Brown, at No. 3 singles, won her match 6-2, "6-4. Julie Kirby, No. 5, won 6-2, 6-4, and Sandy Fleischman defeated her opponent 6-0, 6-3. In doubles play .Brown and Betsy Heidenberger teamed up to win 4-6, 6-1,6-1. Barton and Kirby, at No. 3 doubles, won 6-2, 3-6,6-4. . :f. The Tar Heels face North Carolina State in Raleigh Wednes day afternoon. Winning four Of its six matches, the UNC volleyball team placed, fifth in this weekend's Florida State Tournament in Tallahassee. Florida State placed first and Clemson second in the twelve-team tournament. ' "I think we played pretty well the first day," Coach Beth Miller said. "But I don't think we played well the second day." Carolina won all three of its Friday matches. The Heels beat South Carolina 15-1, 15-1 and the University of Alabama 15-13, 15-11. They also defeated Jacksonville University 15-7, 15-9. There were no standouts in the tournament. Miller said the team played with balance when the team played well, every one did a good job; while when one played poorly, everyone did. "We had points where we did play well," she" said. "We served well in the first games." Continuing pool play on Saturday, Carolina won its first match against the University of Alabama at Birmingham 15-6, 14-16, 15-10. Miller said Alabama was a good team but that she was disappointed that the Tar Heels lost the second game. She was also disappointed with their 2-15, 1 1-15 loss to Florida State, v Carolina qualified for the single-elimination part of the tour nament with, its pool-play results. There they were defeated by Clemson in the firsi round 15-7, 14-16, 6-15. Miller said the Heels played well in their first game against Clemson. "The main reason we lost the games we lost were our own mistakes," Miller said. Miller said there was also a breakdown in passing at the Florida tournament. Since the Heels were not as strong offen sively, they were forced to stay on the defensive. "We've played some pretty good volleyball," she said. "We just have to be able to pull it together." Carolina now stands at 15-3. They face East Carolina on Tuesday flight in Carmichael. : The Amos Tuck School . of Business Administration Dartmouth Colleger Hanover, N.H. Men and Women Seeking . i Graduate Education for Management : are invited to discuss the TO at Career Day Wednesday, October 21 " Kenneth R. Davis Nathaniel Leverbne ProfessQr of Management Check wltH ttnivfersitv Placement Services r-rtn: 21lHaries Hall 019 A 933-6507. (Cross Country shows its sire rigti By TOM BERRY DTH Staff Writer The men's cross country team placed a strong second to fifth-ranked East Tennessee State Saturday afternoon in the Furman Invitational at Greenville, S.C. . Carolina finished ahead of 16th-ranked Tennessee and 17th-ranked Florida. Third-ranked Clemson was ex pected to race, but withdrew because some of its runners were ill. Final team scores. were East Tennessee. 41, North' Carolina 57, Tennessee 58, Florida 61, Georgia 152, Furman 185, Western Carolina 206 and Baptist College 217. , With eight schools and 87 runners competing, the Furman meet marked the second consecutive week the Tar Heels have trailed East Tennessee in a major invi tational. Yet the margin of defeat, 16 points, was nar rower than the 64-point margin at last week's Virginia Invitational. "The fact that we got closer to East Tennessee makes me feel we are definitely in the top 10 in the nation," Coach Don Lockerbie said. "Easts Tennessee coach Daye Walker told me after the race-thatif they are ranked fifth, we can't be too far behind. J ' , r : ' "Individually, I'm' extremely proud of some of our performances. Of our nine runners competing, only two didn't run personal records," he said. Glenn Sparrow led Tar Heel runners with a seventh place finish of 30:26 over the 10,000-meter course. Sparrow placed 47th in 32:45 over the. same layout last year. ) " ; John Clark was eighth at 30:30, followed by Mark Whitney, 12th; Todd McCallister, 13th; Steve Dorsey, 37th; Mike Komminsky, 42nd, and Chris Justice, 43rd. Last year's best runner, Jimmy Cooper, a fifth-year senior ineligible to compete with the team, finished third overall in 29:58. In fact, Cooper became the first North Carolina cross country runner to finish 10,000 meters in less than 30 minutes since All-America Tony Waldrop. "What is super is that we had four runners within 35 seconds of each other in a national caliber race," Lockerbie said. "And John Clark bounced back from a disappointing race last week to a fabulous race this -week." :. - Carolina travels to Raleigh next Sunday for the state 1 i, i il DTHfite photo Jimmy Cooper With the season now half over, Lockerbie said he would like to see the team reach two goals. "One, we would like to finish first or second in the ACC cham- championship. The team will compete without-Todd-A pipnshipyhe said. "But pur;-tpp goal is to qualify as a McCallister, who is being rested ror the Atlantic Coast y feanf tQefJCAA chanipibipVtomething no North Conference championship on Oct. 31. - Carolina team has ever done." ' A

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