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v 6The Daily Tar HeelMonday, October 24, 1983
UNC soccer team ends ACC skid by shutting out Terps
By KIMBALL CROSSLEY
While most students left Chapel Hill during Fall
, Break, the North Carolina men's soccer team stayed
.behind and chalked up two very impressive wins, in
cluding its first ACC win since 1981 a 2-0 vic
tory over Maryland on Saturday.
, The two wins extended UNC's winning streak to
, five games and gave the Tar Heels a 12-2-1 record.
The Maryland win followed a 6-1 victory over Bel
mont Abbey Wednesday, which was highlighted by
an outstanding performance by junior forward Billy
;Hartman with three goals and an assist.
The victory over Maryland signified the end of the
infamous ACC jinx that had left UNC without a
conference win since defeating Wake Forest two
The shutout was also impressive because of the ex
cuse that could have been: Just six days earlier, the
team had lost its starting sweeper back, Frank
Gilhooly, to a broken foot. However, Ken West
moved from left backjo sweeper, and coach Anson
Dorrance shuffled the rest of what he calls "a very
versatile lineup" to accommodate the switch.
With all this, it was a very stable and poised team
that took the field vs. Maryland and proceeded to
dominate the game.
Seven minutes and 16 seconds into the contest, the
Tar Heels opened the scoring as Mark Devey blasted
a loose rebound past the Maryland goalkeeper.
UNC missed several scoring opportunities
throughout the rest of the half, including a break
away by Devey that the Maryland goalkeeper
thwarted with a beautiful kick save. Devey got his
revenge, and his 12th goal of the season, with only
1 :08 left in the half when he gently flicked a bouncing
ball to the right of the sprawling goalkeeper, and
then booted it into the empty net.
UNC controlled a scoreless, but exciting, second
half, and was content to leave the field with a 2-0 .
Maryland head coach Joe Grimaldi sounded more
like a football coach after the game when praising
UNC's aerial attack as opposed to his team's ground
attack, saying his team was beaten by the long ball.
Grimaldi admitted that UNC had the "edge on
wanting" the game and played with more intensity,
but was quick, to defend his young 3-8-2 team.
Maryland has defeated N.C. State and tied Wake
Forest with only three seniors, seven new starters and
' 15 new players on its roster.
Still it was a meaningful win for the Tar Heels. It
was a tribute to assistant coach Geoff Griffin, who .
scouted Maryland and saw that the aerial or long-ball
attack would be effective.
The game was also a vote of confidence for what
Dorrance called his "rebuilt" defense, as it almost
completely shut down the Maryland attack in re
cording the shutout.
The offense, meanwhile, has never been better as
UNC is getting a flood of scoring the likes of which it
has never seen. Four players: Jay Ainslie, Hartman,
Devey and Shawn Ritchie, are easily within reach of
the school's 24-year-old scoring record for a season
32 points. The record that stood so long could be
broken by four players in the same season by a
senior, a junior, a sophomore and a freshman.
to be televised
Saturday's football game bet
ween North Carolina and
Maryland has been selected for
regional television, ABC-TV an
nounced Sunday night.
The third-ranked Tar Heels will
meet the 15th-ranked Terrapins in
Byrd Stadium Saturday at 3:50
p.m. ABC's pre-game show will
begin at 3:30, with the kickoff
about 20 minutes later. The game
was originally scheduled for 1:30
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North Carolina.. 3-0-0
Georgia Tech 1-1-0
Wake Forest 1-3-0
N.C. State 1-3-0
Duk'e ... 0-2-0
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How the Top 20 fared
1. Nebraska d. Colorado, 69-19
2. Texas d. SMU, 15-12
3. N. Carolina did not play
4. W. Virginia lost to Penn St., 41-23
5. Auburn d. Mississippi St., 28-13
6. Florida d. E. Carolina, 24-17
7. Georgia d. Kentucky, 47-21
8. Miami, Fla. d. Cincinnati, 17-7
9. SMU lost to Texas, 15-12
10. Michigan d. Iowa, 16-13
11. Illinois d. Purdue, 35-21
12. Iowa lost to Michigan, 16-13
13. Arizona St. lost to Washington St., 31-21
14. Washington d. Oregon, 32-3
15. Maryland d. Duke, 38-3
16. Oklahoma d. Iowa St., 49-11
17. Ohio St. d. Michigan St., 21-1 1
18. BYU d. San Diego St., 47-12
19. Arizona lost to Stanford, 31-22
20. Alabama did not play
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