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8The Daily Tar Heel Tuesday, November 18, 1986
wSm teams off to quick start
By LORNA KHAUL
A new training program, a new
swimming-and-diving complex and
a large group of new athletes seem
to be boosting the University of
North Carolina's men's and women's
swimming and diving teams.
. The swimming program has tried
to better itself this year by incorpo
rating a more sophisticated training
regime. In addition to strength
training, swimmers now work out in
mini cycles of aerobic, anaerobic and
blood lactate work training. Weekly
results are monitored by a
The new training system appears
to be showing itself in better prac
tices. Tm happy where the team is
as a group," assistant coach Rich
DeSelm said. "The thing that has
made the difference is that we have
a more organized training plan and
weVe stuck to it. I think we're
starting to see the difference."
The women's team is coming off
its sixth straight ACC champion
ship. Although it lost two former All
Americas to graduation, the team
gained nine freshmen which should
help it defend the conference title.
Amoung UNC's newcomers are
sprinters Karen Engel, Jennifer
Michna, Donna Steinbacher, Ellen
Young, and Laurie Dhue. Young
and Steinbacher will also swim some
butterfly events while Michna will be
swimming some middle distace
UNC will also be gaining a back
stroker in freshman Susan Butler
from Newtown Square, Pa. Butler,
however, will be sidelined for the
next three weeks with a tendonitis
These newcomers will be joined by
a strong group of upperclassmen.
Former ACC champions Melanie
Buddemeyer, Susan O'Brien, and
Wendy Powers are all returning, as
are senior standouts Martha
McCann and Mary Lou O'Connor.
'.. Other key returnees include Patty
Schultz, Monica Strahl, Nancy
Page, Kim Beattie, Jennifer Cline
and Tina Culling. All are proven
point scorers and should play a big
part this year.
The Tar Heel diving team also got
a boost with the hiring of new coach
Randy Emerson, who has been very
active at the national level.
: Additions to the diving corps
include junior transfer Jeanne
Crabbe, Valerie Corish, Jennifer
Graham and Natalie Gould. They
will be joined by junior standouts
Ann Wentz and Erika Schmidt.
; The men's swimming team, which
is rebounding from losing the con
ference title by a mere seven points,
;recruited especially well. If all goes
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DIVISION OF EXTENSION
AND CONTINUING EDUCATION
well, despite some graduation losses,
the men's team should challenge for
the conference crown this year.
The numerous freshmen include
John Austin, Mike Connor, Jeff
Squillario, Joe Kohla, Jed Guenther,
Tony Monasterio, Tod Shroeder,
Sean Sumner and John Morrison4!
This group is joined by some key
returnees, including a strong senior
class. Foremost are co-captains
Doug Sawyer and Dan Flack, as well
as Tim Shea, Billy Williams and
The men's diving team got a much
needed boost with the additions of
Chris Harff, Todd Johnson and Ted
Hautau. Hautau was a North Carol
ina state diving champion, but will
be out of action for three weeks due
to a busted eardrum he suffered from
a dive in practice. UNC will again
be looking for leadership on the
boards from Andy Hunter.
In addition to the new recruits,
swimming in the new Koury Nat
atorium seems to be giving North
Carolina's program a lift. The
structure is one of the fastest pools
in the country and that translates
into quicker times and a better
schedule for the Tar Heels.
"It's given everyone a shot in the
arm to come over to the new pool,"
DeSelm said. Senior Tim Shea
agreed, "Everyone's a lot happier to
be swimming in the new pool. I think
it's really helping the team."
Something is obviously at work
on the UNC swimming and diving
teams. On November 10th and 11th
they began their dual meet seasons
at Koury Natatorium by defeating
AP Top 20
1. Miami (Fla.) 10-0-0 1,196
2. Penn State 1 0-0-0 1,119
3. Oklahoma 9-1-0 1,083
4. Arizona St 9-0-1 1.025
5. Nebraska 9-1-0 964
6. Michigan 9-1-0 856
7. Ohio St 9-2-0 842
8. LSU 7-2-0 730
9. Alabama 9-2-0 707
10. So. California 7-2-0 641
11. Arkansas 8-2-0 546
12. Washington 7-2-1 472
13. Texas A&M 7-2-0 455
14. Arizona 7-2-0 432
15. Auburn 8-2-0 405
16. Stanford 7-2-0 321
17. Baylor 7-3-0 232
18. UCLA 6-3-1 160
19. Ctemson 7-2-1 156
20. Georgia 7-3-0 78
Others receiving votes: Iowa 47, Florida
State 37, North Carolina State 37, Virginia
Tech 18, San Jose State 14, Boston
College 8, Minnesota 5, Maryland 3,
North Carolina 3, Fresno State 2, Miami
of Ohio 1 , Notre Dame 1 , Texas 1 .
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N.C. State handily. UNC totally
dominated the once-burning rivalry
as it defeated State's men, 153-60,
and the women, 171-96.
In the women's meet, Melanie
Buddemeyer, Wendy Powers, Mary
Lou O'Connor, Patty Schultz and
Susan O'Brien were all double event
winners for the Tar Heels and
established new pool records in the
process. Kim Beattie, the 200-yard
freestyle victor, also entered her
name in the record books with her
Co-captain O'Brien easily cap
tured the 100- and 200-yard back
stroke events in times of 57.67 and
2:03.54 respectively. Both times were
fast enough to already qualify her
for the NCAA championships later
In the men's meet, Tim Shea was
the only double-event winner for the
Tar Heels. Shea took the 1,000-yard
freestyle and then went on to win
the 200-yard butterfly.
Other pool-record times were
turned in by freshman Tony Monas
terio, Billy Williams, Daryll John
ston, Brad Hodges, and the two
senior co-captains. Sawyer and
in Fairfax, Va.
By EDDY LANDRETH
After destroying Santa Barbara 8
0 Sunday, the UNC women's soccer
team travels to Fairfax, Va., next
weekend to participate in the NCAA
The 22-0-1 Tar Heels play defend
ing champion and host of the
tournament George Mason, 16-3-2,
at noon on Saturday. The winner
advances to the championship game
at 1 p.m. on Sunday, to play the
winner of the Colorado College
These are the same four teams that
participated in last year's semifinal
round. George Mason beat UNC 2
0 for the title. This year, the Tar
Heels want to reverse the roles.
"It's nice to win the quarterfinal
(Sunday's game) and it's nice to win
at home, but it's the championship
that matters," said senior midfielder
UNC head coach Anson Dorrance
said that his team is happy to be a
part of the event. "The Final Four
is soccer's big annual party and we
wanted to be a part of it. We're
Senior forward April Heinrichs
said that keeping the enthusiasm
from Sunday's game should not be
a difficult task. "We're starving for
this national championship.
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