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The Daily Tar HeelTuesday, September 18, 19845
One more look back at UNC-Navy game
A few scraps, leftovers and observations from Saturday 's
In the Tar Heel loss, UNC gave up the most points at
home in six years. In 1978, UNC lost to N.C. State, 34
7. Interestingly, that year was also the last time North
Carolina had a losing season.
The most impressive individual performer for UNC was
linebacker Troy Simmons, the same player who fell back
on the coverage that allowed a 60-yard pass to defeat the
Tar Heels in the closing minutes. Simmons was in on a
game-high 12 tackles, including seven solos. Simmons, a
junior starting his first collegiate game, was heard over the
PA system more often than UNC Ail-American Micah
Moon, who completed eight solo and three assisting tackles.
Despite his performance, Simmons was in the market for
putting this one behind. "YouVe got to file it, put it away.
It's over with." Simmons' defensive error on the game
winning touchdown will stand out on the game films, but
he could hardly be blamed for a Tar Heel loss that never
should have happened.
For a fleeting few moments, sophomore split end Eric
Streater was a hero Saturday. Streater, who had never
touched the football in a collegiate game before Navy, ran
16 yards on a reverse to get UNC deep in Navy territory
in the second quarter. That set up a touchdown which he
would complete two plays later by catching a 31 -yard Mark
Maye pass in the end zone. Streater, who is the younger
brother of former UNC defensive back and punter Steve,
is in a close contest with junior Larry Griffin for playing
In the past, the UNC defense has often been what has
carried the Tar Heels. This year, that burden may fall on
the offense, which has the potential to be very explosive.
Quarterbacks Mark Maye and Kevin Anthony were very
impressive at times, connecting on their first 10 passes.
Mistakes, most notably the four interceptions they threw,
were to be expected to some degree at this stage in their
Now that each one has a game under his belt, the butterflies
are going to need to go away in a hurry. That's about the
only way UNC will avert a potential 1-3 start. Maye says
it's just a matter of getting the feet wet.
"I was a little uptight. I'm always uptight before any game.
But once you get out there you forget about the crowd.
Especially after that first play."
Ethan Horton didn have a particularly great day,
mustering only 96 yards against a Navy defense that keyed
on him. However, fullback Eddie Colson, usually a blocking
back, dragged tacklers along for 97 yards on half as many
carries as Horton. He said that the split back formation
now used by UNC is a positive change.
"Well have a wide-open offense no matter who we run."
UNC will need a wide-open offense and then some to
get by Boston College Saturday. The Eagles (or rather, Doug
Flutie) are hot. Odds are, the Tar Heels will need at least
35 points to win this game, possibly more.,
The defense will have to turn in a performance above
its potential to control Flutie, the No. 1 candidate for the
Heisman trophy now that Auburn tailback Bo Jackson is
out of the picture with a separated shoulder.
Through two games, Flutie looks like this: 41 of 69 passes
completed, 584 yards, and six touchdowns. Boston College
has scored 82 points, including 38 against an Alabama defense
that is somewhat more experienced than that of the Tar
Last week, one reporter was heard to say that Flutie is
the greatest quarterback . . . ever. Pro or college. Period.
arrison is proud of women's tennis;
says UNC will field strong fall team
By BOB YOUNG
Coach Kitty Harrison is very proud
of her North Carolina women's tennis
team, and with good reason. Last year,
the squad finished in the nation's top
20 and was the undefeated ACC
champion. This year, she is expecting
more of the same.
"We're really going to have a strong
team this year," Harrison said. "The
leadership will be very strong, and with
the right attitude and hard work, we
can go even higher than just the top
Harrison lost only two players from
last year's squad, Kathy Barton and
Julie Kirby, who played on second and
first doubles, respectively. But Harrison
doesn't believe that replacing them will
be an impossible chore.
"We have a lot of talented doubles
players on the team, and we should be
Big Four Tournament
Duke 46, UNC 38, N.CSUte 21, Wake Forest 19
First Right Wayne Hearn (UNCd) def. Jeff Hersh (D) 3-, 6-1, 6-2.
Second Flight Ed Stewart (UNC) def. Fred Seeley (WF) 64, 63.
Third Flight David Pollack (UNC) def. Brian Mayor (NCS) 62,
Fourth Flight Mike Coleman (D) def. Matt McMillan (D) 57,
First Flight Chambers-Hearn (UNQ def. Smith-Hersh (D) 4-6, 60,
Second Flight Stewart-Weilbacher (UNQ def. Peck-Williams (D) 6
Third Flight Frisher-Easthom (D) def. Pulliam-Pollack (UNQ 64, 7
Fourth Flight Colcman-Dodion (D) def. Brown-Coss (UNQ 63, 3
FIELD HOCKEY vs. Duke, 7 p.m. on Astroturf field
VOLLEYBALL at Virginia, 6:30 p.m.
MEN'S SOCCER at Patriot Invitational in Fairfax, Va., 2 p.m.
WOMEN'S TENNIS at Big Four Tournament in Durham, N.C.
VOLLEYBALL at Wolfpack Invitational in Raleigh, N.C.
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able to fill the gap left by the loss of
the seniors, Harrison said. "Well be
moving people around a lot until we
get just the right combination.'
This team will not be short on talent
or depth. Among the returners are
juniors Eileen Fallon, Liz Wachter and
Nancy Boggs, who have a great deal
of experience at playing the first three
singles positions, which they have filled
since they arrived at UNC. They should
help seniors Stephanie Rauch and Pam
McNierney to provide the team's
Three new players to the Tar Heel
roster may contribute, Harrison said.
Petra Wessels joins the team fresh out
of Holland. A pair of Elizabeths
Alexander and Donovan will also
make their collegiate debuts this fall.
But Donovan has a shoulder injury and
will be out of action for a couple of
The Tar Heels can experiment with
the new lineup this fall in various
matches, beginning with the Big Four
Tournament against N.C. State, Duke
and Wake Forest, which starts Friday.
The team will also compete in the
Harvard Tournament Oct. 19-21. Har
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"Many times last year, one of our
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very proud of the way they handled
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