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4 The Daily Tar Heel I Friday. October 25, 1985
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Once attain, this weekend. Chapel
Hill will be a mccca for any sports nut.
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The women's golf team will host the
tenth annual l.ady Tar Heel Golf
Tournament at Finley Golf Course this
weekend. Led by senior captain Kandi
Kessler. who won her first individual
title earlier this season, the Tar Heels
will host thirteen teams including
defending champion Georgia.
The men's tennis team w ill showcase
its new facility this weekend when it
hosts the annual Don Skakle Memorial
championships at the UNC Tennis
Center. Players from eight area schools
will compete including ACC rivals N.C.
State, Duke and Wake Forest.
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The volleyball team will play its most
important match of the season this
Saturday night at 7:30 in Carmichael
Auditorium. The opponent will be
Duke, who handed the Tar Heels a
heartbreaking five-game loss earlier this
season. Good seats are still available.
Men's soccer is on a roll. The team
has recorded three straight shutouts, but
will need to continue play on all
cylinders if it is to challenge a highly
ranked N.C. State team at 2 p.m. on
Saturday in Raleigh, i "
The first Blue-White basketball
skirmish of the 1 985 season will take
place this Saturday. The Heels will take
on the Heels in the traditional season
opener which allows fans to idolize the
established stars at play and to evaluate
some of the new recruits. If you're a
fair-weather fan this is the game for you
because the Heels will definitely win this
one. The hoops game will begin approx
imately thirty minutes after the football
game with Florida State.
There are still a few tickets remaining
for the Blue-White matchup , but if
you're looking for a Florida State
football ticket, forget about it.
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"Great Scott!" the masses intoned
Saturday night as the football results
came in. They showed Scott "Scoots"
Fowler standing tall with an 8-2 record
in a week that saw our other two
stumble their way into a combined 1 1
Fowler's mark gave him a tidy three
game season lead over (Ug)Lee Roberts
and a whopping .eight-game margin
over Tim (1 Wish I Had A Mother)
Crothers, who has taken to following
Fowler all over campus begging for
mental tidbits. "What is your secret,
master?" Crothers repeatedly asked.
Lee Roberts, too proud to stoop to
such measures, has instead resorted to
picking teams on the basis of how many
times they have won the pre-game coin
toss and then hitting himself on the head
repeatedly after each miss, yelling
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Teams Roberts Crothers Fowler
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N.C. State at Clemson Clem. Clem. Clem.
Duke at Maryland Md. Md. Md.
Virginia at Wake Forest UVa UVa UVa
Georgia Tech at Tennessee GT GT Tenn.
West Virginia at Penn State PSU PSU PSU
Southern Cal at Notre Dame USC ND .. USC
Oklahoma State at Kansas KU OSU OSU
Texas at SMU SMU SMU v SMU
South Carolina at ECU USC USC ECU
By B. A. VELLIQUETTE
The UNC women's soccer team faces
its last major opponent before the
NCAA tournament when it meets
fourth-ranked Colorado College Satur
day on Fetzer Field at 10 aim.
Although the Tar Heels are ranked
No. 2, UNC coach Anson Dorrance
expects the match to be a true test of
his team's mettle. "They beat California
Berkley, a team we barely beat," he said.
Colorado College, considered the
strongest team west of the Mississippi,
has no weak players and plenty of
confidence according to Dorrance.
"They have played a good schedule, so
they are not going to come into the game
jittery," he said.
The importance of this match lies not
only in preparing the team for the
NCAA tournament, but may also
decide what seed the Tar Heels will be
in the tournament. If the Tar Heels win,
most likely they will be seeded second
and will therefore receive a first-round
Looking back over the season,
Dorrance can't help but be a happy
man. "I am very pleased with how well
we are playing this season," he said.
After losing most of his starters to
graduation last year, his goals were
modest considering the team had won
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"Preseason our goal wasn't to finish
in the top two. It was to get a bid (to
the NCAA tournament)," Dorrance
said. "We have rearranged our goals
because we are much better than we
thought we'd be."
The Tar Heels, 1 4-1-1, lost their only
match this season to third-ranked
Massachusetts, but recovered the next
day whipping sixth-ranked Conneticut,
5-0. UNC played top-ranked George
Mason to a 3-3 tie early in the season.
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