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The daily Tar Heel. (Chapel Hill, N.C.) 1946-current, September 09, 1982, Page 7, Image 7

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Thursday, September 9, 1982The Daily Tar Heel7 Women's soccer kicks off By MICHAEL PERSINGER SUIT Wriier With nine starters and 13 lettermen returning from last year's 23-0 national champions, there is good cause for op timism on the part of UNC women's soc cer coach Anson Dorrance ... if the in juries don't catch up with him. After playing last year with virtually no serious injuries, Dorrance has lost two players, Susan Ellis and Suzie StoUmeycr, to knee injuries in preseason practice. Ellis was an important part of last season's team, starting on defense. Stollmeycr is a freshman this year and would have seen action at striker. Although these injuries are setbacks, they are not debilitating. The Tar Heels still have enough talent to be considered the team to beat in 1982. The Tar Heels open the season hosting UNC-Wilmington Sat., Sept. 11. "Last season we definitely had the strongest program. The question now is whether or not we can improve as fast as the competition does," Dorrance said. "You can be sure that we will be tough again with all the people we have coming back." The best of the returning players are first team All-Americans Stephanie Zeh (striker) and Dori Kovanen (back), se cond team goal keeper Marianne Johnson, and third team midfielder Laurie Gregg. Sophomore Zeh did it all as a freshman last season as she led the nation in scor ing, with 36 goals and 16 assists. "It could be hard for Stephanie to match last season's productivity, simply because she will be a marked woman," Dorrance said. "She will draw the opposition's best defender every time out, and that would affect anyone's output." Zeh was a bit more confident, adding, "Anson is teaching me some new techni ques and some new moves, so I don't think I will be completely shut off. It will be more difficult, though." Zeh will be joined on the front line by senior Janet Rayfield, an honorable men tion All-American in 1981 . The open spot in the front line could be filled by sophomore Kathy Kelly, who had 12 goals and IS assists as a reserve last fall. Freshman Betsy Johnson, an all-stater from New York, could contribute early, possibly as a striker. The midfield positions look strong as Dorrance returns two starters arid the two top reserves from last year's team. Gregg, a senior transfer student from Harvard, scored 13 goals and had 10 assists in her first year with the Tar Heels last season. Also returning in the midfield positions will be sophomore Emily Pickering, last year's assist leader with 18, sophomore Amy Machin, who could also contribute at the vacated front line position, and sophomore Pam Royal, a reserve last year. Stollmeyer was also 'expected to contribute here before her injury. Dor rance had called her the "best player from the Class of 1982." AH four starters from last season's backfield will return, but with the injury to Ellis, only three will .be available Sophomores Kovanen, Suzy Cobb and Dianne Beatty could be joined by freshman Lee Thome of Wilson, N.C., 'to form this season's starting defense. Carolina allowed only eight goals in 1981, compiling 17 shutouts, and both of the goalkeepers from that squad will return. Johnson started 18 games last year and had a 0.33 goals against average, and sophomore Beth Huber, whose goals against average was 0.46, will be the top backup. . "Marianne did not get all the credit she deserved last year, because the opposition didn't take many shots at her," Zeh said. "She is definitely the best goaltender in the country." The Carolina schedule will be a tough one in 1982, with five major in-season tournaments on the agenda, as well as games with 1981 national tournament en trants Central Florida, Connecticut, Missouri-St. Louis and Cincinnati. 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Positions for team managers, scorekeepers and statisticians will also be discussed. this year, since the NCAA has trimmed the national championship field from 16 to four teams. "OT course, the injuries will hurt because we don't have much of a bench," Zeh said. "I still think we will be just as good if not better than last year. We will be the team to beat this year, and for the next two as well." "Four straight national championships are not out of the question," Zeh said. "We still have the most talent." ;i tti w iv ztenv z&)9 hj no LfUU eiewwHSpes sessswi bss! J Vi in J LaJ tn i I in the age of information technology, a company whose sales of $1.7 billion annually and whose products and components extend from data acqui sition and information processing through data communication to voice, video and graphic com munication is making original thinking a reality for their new graduates. 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