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Lady golfers come of age
By BOB YOUNG
The North Carolina women's golf
team will finally come of age this
year, drawing most of its talent from
an experienced crop of juniors and
seniors that are hardened veterans
of the two-season golf campaign.
It isnt surprising that coach Dot
Gunnells is looking forward to this
fall season, which will officially start
when the Tar Heels compete in the
Memphis Women's Intercollegiate at
the end of September.
All-American senior Page Marsh
heads this year's squad. She will be
joined on the team by fellow seniors
Kristie Kamal, Susie Lumpkin and
Sue Hirsch. Gunnells is expecting a
great deal from Marsh and Kamal,
both of whom were on last season's
12th-place finishers in the NCAA
"Page plays great under pressure,
which she's going to have to do,"
Gunnells said. "Kristie is really
-coming into a peak. She really wants
this year to be her best."
Juniors Candi Kessler and Kelly
Beck are good bets to compete in
the team's top five, Gunnells said.
"Candi was our low scorer at the
NCAA's last year, and she's very
confident in her abilities," Gunnells
said. "Kelly is very steady and sound
in her game a great team player."
However, the team is not without
youth, as evidenced by the appear
ance of freshman Elizabeth Mac Fie,
who brings with her an impressive
list of accomplishments. MacFie is
two-time Carolina Women's Junior
Championship title holder. Gunnells
expects MacFie to join the top five
In addition to experience, some of
the Tar Heels have had outstanding
individual play from this summer in
order to start the season off right.
For instance, Candi Kessler qualified
to play in the U.S. Women's Open
in Peabody, Mass. and also reached
the final eight in the National
Women's Amateur, which automat
ically qualifies her to play in those
two tournaments next year. She was
also the winner of the Virginia
Women's Amateur Championships.
Page Marsh won both the North
Carolina and the Carolina Women's
Amateur titles. She also teamed with
her mother, Linda, to win the
Carolina 4-Ball Championship by
Stankavage signs with Broncos
The Associated Press
DENVER Scott Stankavage, a
rookie free agent from North Carolina,
signed a contract with the Denver
Broncos on Wednesday, bolstering the
team's quarterback corps in the wake
of John Elway's shoulder injury.
Stankavage was waived during the
Bronco training camp this summer.
He had planned to go to Edmonton
where the rookie quarterback was to
play in the Canadian Football League,
but those arrangements were dropped
when the Broncos called him back,
according to agent Art Wilkingson.
Elway was sidelined with a shoulder
injury during the season opener last
Sunday against Cincinnati, and his
status for Sunday's game at Chicago is
listed as quastionable. Denver has only
Gary Kubiak as backup quarterback.
Veteran Scott Brunner is on the injured
reserve list and cannot be activated for
another three games.
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Golfers excited about '84
By SCOTT CANTERBERRY Sullivan, juniors Kurt Beck, Todd Thiele and
stafr Writer sophomore Greg Parker all return from last year's
The UNC men's golf team enters the fall season ACC championship team and should complete the
on a crest of excitement following this spring's starting five.
fourth-place NCAA finish. Senior Jack Nicklaus II and John Hughes will
UNC, led by NCAA champion John Inman and also compete for a spot in the lineup.
The Daily Tar Heel Thursday, September 6, 19847A
Ail-American Davis Love, came within eight shots
of winning the national championship in May.
That success has the Tar Heel golfers, including
junior Bryan Sullivan, excited about the fall.
"We're really looking forward to this season,"
said Sullivan, who is entering his third year among
the top five. "It's a new challenge for us."
The biggest challenge will be to replace Inman,
who shot an NCAA record 15-under-par en route
to the national title.
' "Losing John was kind of a letdown," Sullivan
said. He hesitated when asked about the chances
of replacing Inman.
"It's hard to say," he said. "It depends; if we
start good, we should carry that confidence into
the spring and the nationals."
Davis Love, 1983 ACC medalist and a quarter
finalist in last week's U.S. Amateur tournament
in Edmond, Okla., leads the UNC golfers this fall.
Three recruits Mark Love, (younger brother
of Davis), Danny Hockaday and Jim Sowerwine
all have the potential to be fine golfers.
"Mark has as much potential as Davis had when
he came here," Sullivan said of the younger Love.
Although the fall is primarily a tuneup for the
spring championships, coach Devon Brouse will
be looking for consistent performances from his
top four golfers, Sullivan said.
UNC will compete in the Andy Bean-Grenelefe
Invitational in Haines City, Fla. Oct. 11-13. The
NCAA tournament will be held on the same course,
giving UNC a chance to play the course and to
see what the other top teams are shooting, Sullivan
The ninth Carolina Executive Cup Tournament,
a fund-raising event for the UNC golf teams, will
be held at Finley Golf Course on Sept. 28.
Seven UNC football games to be televised
From staff reports
North Carolina football fans will be able to see
the Tar Heels on television at least seven times
during the upcoming season.
Jefferson Productions, which owns the rights
to ACC football, has scheduled the Tar Heels six
times, while cable netwprk ESPN will show UNC
once. On tap from Jefferson are: the season opener
Sept. c-15 against Navy, at Wake Forest Oct. 13,
N.C. State! Oct. 20. Marvland Nov. 3, Virginia
Nov. 17 and at Duke Nov. 24. ESPN will carry
the Sept. 22 game at Boston College at 7:30 p.m.
All UNC home games carried by Jefferson will
have a noon kick-off time, instead of the original
1 p.m., said Rick Brewer, UNC sports information
director. Brewer added that should ABC decide
to carry a game on Jefferson's announced schedule,
the kick-off would be at 3:30 p.m. ABC has first
choice on all games involving the College Football
Association, to which all ACC teams belong.
Brian Sullivan win start for third year
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