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8The Daily Tar Heel Wednesday, April 1 7, 1985
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By BOB YOUNG
While the North Carolina men's track team may
be relying on surprises at the ACC championships,
ihe women's team will be putting its hopes in proven
veterans and up-and-coming freshmen as it tries to
repeat last year's second-place finish this week, at N.C.
"Last year, we surprised a lot of people when we
had the lead with four events remaining," coach Don
Lockerbie said. "But it wasn't a surprise to us, because
we knew we had the potential on paper to be where
However, this year's squad has been depleted by
graduation and injuries, losing the winners of five
of the team's eight conference championships from
last year. If this team is to put together a comparable
showing this year, a lot of things will have to fall
"I don't see any other outcome than Virginia
running away with the team championship," Lock
erbie said. "But after them, we have a shot at second,
as do the teams from N.C. State and Maryland, both
of which are very improved over last year. We're
hoping for second, but third or even fourth looms
darkly in the background."
UNC does have three returning conference
champions, all of whom have a legitimate chance at
Felicia Carter was last year's long jump titleist and
is the second all-time performer for the Tar Heels.
She has not jumped farther than last year's 19-7 but
has become more consistent this year and is ready
for a big outing, Lockerbie said.
Senior Katy Lichota, defending discus champion
and school record holder, will be throwing in her
last ACC championship and should have no trouble
winning the event one more time.
Shunta Robinson won the shot put last year but
has been stale so far this year, Lockerbie said. He
said he expectecWier to break out of her slump for
Lockerbie said he saw at least six other performers
as having a realistic shot at placing high, if not winning
Holly Murray, the Tar Heels' top cross-country
runner from the fall, will be running in the 5,000
and should be the favorite to win, Lockerbie said.
Another Murray, Alisa, finished second in the
conference in the 400 last year behind UNC's Kelly
Houk and figures to be a threat this year, Lockerbie
said, who is counting on her for a top-three finish.
In addition, two freshmen who were among the
Top 10 high school performers in the nation in their
events will play key roles for North Carolina.
Tauni Sanchez, a hurdler, has a chance to take
the place vacated by Diane Thomas, who won the
100 hurdles last year but must sit out this season
after transferring back to UNC from Maryland.
Jill Irizarry, a heptathlete, may contend for the title
in her event.
Lockerbie also is looking for good performances
from sophomore Karol Chambers in the 3,000,
freshman Vicki Verinder in the 1,500 and freshman
Leah Ann Miller in the 800.
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By BOB YOUNG
When the ACC track and field
championships begin at N.C. State this
week, the men's team from North
Carolina will show up with a few tricks
up -its sleeves. Surprise entrants,
scrambled lineups and freshmen of
influence should make the Tar Heels
interesting to watch, although the team
does not figure to come away with a
"We could finish anywhere between
third and fifth," coach Don Lockerbie
said. "We're hoping for third, but to
do that we're going to have to beat
Maryland, something we've never been
too successful at doing."
The competition for the men will start
today with the first day of the decathlon,
an event in which redshirt freshman
Kevin McGorty will be favored to take
either first or second. His chief com
petition should come from N.C. State's
Fidelis Obikwu, the defending confer
McGorty also might earn some points
in the pole vault, an event in which he
had the highest performance of any
ACC vaulter. But that vault was made
indoors, and he has yet to try the event
outdoors this season.
Curt Sheaffer is the odds-on favorite
to take the javelin. Sheaffer, a senior,
won the event as a sophomore, finished
third last year and said he was confident
of recapturing the crown this year.
"I think the main competition should
come from throwers from Duke and
Clemson," Sheaffer said. "And you
never know if my brother (Nate) will
get off a good throw and surprise some
In the other field events, UNC will
be hoping for some surprises from the
football squad in order to get some extra
points. Daryl Parham should be able
to help Nate Sheaffer and Mel Landis
in the discus, while Dennis Barron,
Donnie Wallace and Tim Goad will try
to continue the impressive job they did
as shot putters during the indoor season.
Randy Marriott, another football
player, is in contention for the triple
jump title, an event in which he had
the second best performance in the
On the track, UNC's best bet for a
title is steeplechaser Jack Morgan, who
had the second best time in the ACC
this year with an 8:55.
But after Morgan, the Tar Heels start
with the surprises again.
George Nicholas will hope to capi
talize on a somewhat weaker field in
the 1,500 as he moves down from his
usual distance of 5,000. He will be joined
by Jim Farmer, who sat out the indoor
season with an injury but performed
well at the Appalachian State Invita
tional last weekend in Boone.
In other events, 800 runner David
Fuhrmann, who had the second fastest
time in the conference this year, will
be joined by transfer Eric McManaman
and freshman John Hussey. Rob
Harrell will try to improve on last year's
eighth-place finish in the 400. And
hurdler Brent Walker, coming off a two
year injury, has a good chance at scoring
in the 400 hurdles.
In the sprints, a couple of football
players, including NCAA indoor qua
lifier Brad Sullivan and Earl Winfield,
will be joined by basketball player
Kenny Smith to try to turn around
UNC's sprinting corps.
"Kenny did very well this weekend
in Boone, running a 10.6 in the 100 after
a very poor start," Lockerbie said. "And
I think we can put together a 4 X 100
team that can finish in the top three
and possibly qualify for the NCAAs,
if not in this meet, surely later in the
The other relay, the 4 X 400, will be
another strong event for the Tar Heels,
who ran a time of 3: 15 earlier this month
at the Carolina-Duke Track Carnival.
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