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8 The Daily Tar Heel Thursday, September 24, 1987
Forward Wendy Gebauer has become
Men's soccer knocks
From staff reports
The third-ranked UNC men's
soccer team continued to establish
itself as one of the nation's premier
scfuads Wednesday, rolling over
Wake Forest 4-2 in Winston-Salem
to keep its record unblemished.
The victory moves the Tar Heels
to 8-0 overall, 3-0 in the conference,
while the Demon Deacons drop to
The winning goal was notched on
a miracle effort by Donald Cogsville
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steps foward to take up soccer scoring slack
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an offensive star for UNC in 1987
at the 72:29 mark. Reid Storch hit
Cogsville with a cross, and Cogsville
nudged the ball into the air before
turning and bulging the net cords
from 12 yards out on the left side.
"I knew the man was not goal-side
and all I had to beat was the keeper,"
Cogsville said. "The shot was a touch
and then a turn-and-fire. The first
touch was what scored it. I knew what
was behind me, but there was a little
luck on the shot, also."
The Tar Heels never trailed in the
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By ANDftEW PODOLSKY
The main strength of this year's
top-ranked North Carolina women's
soccer team is, as always, defense.
Each of the last six autumns the Tar
Heels have relied on a stingy defense
to fuel their drive to their annual
appointment in the national cham
The 1987 version of the nation's
best has produced a few scoring
sensations without sacrificing defen
sive excellence. Over the last four
years, all-world forward April Hein
richs basically created the tradition
during her reign. With Heinrichs'
departure, the brightest heir apparent
is junior forward Wendy Gebauer.
Gebauer and her Parker roomate
of three years, junior Birthe Hegstad,
are the only two players on this year's
squad to score hat tricks. Gebauer
has gone a step further in her quest
to be UNC's top offensive force. She
leads the team with six goals and three
assists for 15 points. She seems to
be next in line to take the scoring
baton from Heinrichs.
Gebauer hails from Reston, Va.,
an area with a strong soccer tradition.
Hegstad, the only other UNC player
from Virginia, is from the same area
and played in the same league. So
strong are the leagues there that UNC
coach Anson Dorrance first spotted
match, but the Deacons twice knotted
the score on goals by Nigel McNam
ara. At 10:23 in the first half, UNC's
John Cocking took a Jim Gourlay
cross from the right wing and scored
from five yards out. But McNamara
quickly responded with a blast on the
right side at 12:05 to tie the game
at one, which is how the first half
At 57:05, the brilliant Dave Smyth
gave the Tar Heels a 2-1 lead with
a shot from 20 yards out off a touch
pass by Derek Missimo. The goal had
been set up when Chad Ashton was
fouled, giving UNC a direct kick:
McNamara scored at 68:44, but
less than four minutes later Cogsville
notched his marker, and three min
utes after that Smyth hit Gourlay with
a cross that Gourlay turned into a
"Smyth again showed why he's got
to be a top candidate for the Her
rmann Award," coach Anson Dor- -ranee
said. "He's scored in -every;
conference game this year and that's
not bad for a back."
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Gebauer ripping the nets with balls
during her sophomore year in high
school. At the tender age of 14, she
was excelling in a league with girls
up to five years older than she was.
"I played field hockey and track
in high school to keep in shape," she
said, "but I always knew it was soccer
I liked and was best at."
Best is a well chosen word. She
went on to become the MVP of the
United States Youth Soccer Associ
ation in 1985.
After such a successful high school
career, colleges were obviously fum
bling over each other to get to her.
Gebauer is double majoring in biol
ogy and psychology and carries a
GPA in excess of 3.0. Last year she
reserved a spot on the ACC academic
honor roll. So colleges clearly saw
both a great student and an even
better athlete. But there was never
much doubt as to her destination.
"I really love it in Chapel Hill,"
Gebauer said. "Like most people, I
fell in love with this place when I first
visited." She has been collecting
honors ever since.
Gebauer has career totals of 24
goals and 13 assists, good for 13th
on the all-time UNC scoring list and
20th in all-time assists. Of course, she
still has another season and a half
to go. Last year's honors included a
By CLAY HODGES
The UNC men's golf team
began the 1987 fall season in
mediocre fashion Monday and
Tuesday by placing eighth in a
field of eighteen schools in the
Guilford College Invitational.
The tournament, held in
Greensboro on the difficult Car
dinal Golf Club course, hosted
schools from North Carolina and
Virginia. The University of Virgi
nia won the two-day event with
a score of 584. The Cavs' Jeff
Putnam captured individual
honors with a two-round total of
143 (71-72). Wake Forest, tied
with Tennessee at the end of the
event with a score of 591, took
second place in a play-off. UNC
tied with Guilford Crimson for
eighth place with a score of 608.
Jim Sowerine, a native of North
Palm Beach, Fla., finished first for;,
the Tar Heels with a 148 (71-77).
The junior finished 15th overall in
the Greensboro tournament.
Sowerine will be expected to
provide leadership for the Tar
Heels this fall if the team hopes
to be successful. Last spring he
finished fourth on the team in
lowest stroke average with a 75.85.
From Associated Press reports
Full-scale talks aimed at quickly
ending the NFL strike began Wed
nesday as players stayed on picket
lines and, at two camps, tried to stop
busloads of substitutes from going to
The NFL, meantime, said Sunday's
games still had not been officially
Negotiators sat down at 3 p.m.
EDT, midway through the second full
day of the strike.
The first item of business was
expected to be the most critical
the union's demand for free agency
for players with four years expe
rience. Owners, so far, have refused
to modify the current system under
which teams are compensated if a
player signs with another team. Only
one player in 10 years has changed
teams under that system.
"I'm hoping we can get it done.
That's why we're here," union head
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slot on the NCAA all-tournament
team, and on the all-tournament team
in the ACC Invatational.
In addition, she has twice been a
member of the U.S. Olympic Festival
South team and came back to school
this year as the Tar Heels' leading
Ironically, up until last season's
NCAA tournament, Gebauer had
never played as a forward. She had
spent most of her UNC career
splitting midfielder duties with sopho
more Shannon Higgins.
All through high school, Gebauer
had never played anywhere but
midfield. "Coach Dorrance made the
choice to move me up because we
had a few injuries and he wanted to
keep me in the starting lineup,"
Gebauer said. "He said he really liked
me up there, but I felt sort of
disoriented." Dorrance stuck with the
change, though, and Gebauer seems
to have found her bearings rather
When asked about her leadership
role Gebauer said, "I guess Lori
Henry is really the leader, especially
in the midfield. But we are such a
close team. Each player supports her
teammates as much as she can."
While Henry directs the midfield,
Gebauer has really stepped up to lead
the front line.
UI definitely try to be a leader up
season off to
Junior Peter Brennan finished
the tournament with a 154. Bren
nan, a- Savannah, Ga., native,
must also produce for the team
'"In 1987-88. He edged Sowerine in
stroke average for third place last
spring with a 75.7. Brendan
Kennedy, a junior from Orlando,
Fla., should also contribute to the
Tar Heel cause. Last spring he
competed in seven of the ten
tournaments and posted a 76.85
stroke average. His lowest round
was a 70.
The UNC golf team, which
features only one senior in Mitch
Perry, will also need help from the
underclassmen. The team has five
freshmen on the roster this year,
among them Neal Sullivan, who
has already proven that rookies
can produce. He placed second for
UNC in his first college golf
tournament, turning in a two-day
I score of w 150, just two strokes
behind Sowerine. '
Sullivan is carrying on a family
golfing tradition. His older
brother, Bryan, played for the
UNC team and received All-ACC
and All-America honors in 1986.
He is now a touring golf pro.
Freshman David Wood shot a
two-round total 158 in this week's
Gene Upshaw said before the bar
gaining session. "There is no time
frame. Our agenda is to reach the
agreement, however long it takes."
Joining Upshaw were members of
the union's executive council, includ
ing Brian Holloway of the Los
Angeles Raiders, who said, "You see
how much luggage I have? This isn't
for one day."
The owners were represented by
Jack Donlan, head of the NFL
Management Council and two team
presidents Tex Schramm of the
Dallas Cowboys and Dan Rooney of
the Pittsburgh Steelers.
"The next two days are critical. If
there's no movement after two days,
we're looking at a long one," Donlan
Schramm said he thought the talks
would last at least through Thursday.
"There's too much ground to cover
to get it done in a day," he said.
Settlement or not, owners .were
planning games for Oct. 4-5 with
either the regulars or replacement
teams of free agents, retirees and
whatever other players they could
Though picketing was peaceful at
most NFL camps, some Washington
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front," she said. UI just want to give
110 percent every time I'm on the
field. If the whole team can really get
up for a game, we can out psych the
other team to give us advantage."
From her confident attitude, it is
easy to see that Gebauer's ambitions
this year are set very high. Because
she is so serious about her studies and
about soccer, she has little time for
much else. During the off-season, she
played about as much soccer as is
"Well, the team saved up and we
went to Europe for 12 days to play,"
she said. "I stayed another 20 days
with Birthe, training very hard and
playing in Sweden and Norway." As
if that weren't enough, upon her
return she headed to North Carolina
to play in the Olympic Festival.
Her goals for the season are as
ambitious as were her summer plans.
"I'd really like to win another
national championship," Gebauer
said. "Past that, I'm going to try to
make All-America as a forward and
make the national player pool (for
the World Cup team)."
And with the talent Gebauer has,
as she confidently walks along jin-
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a slow start
tournament at Greensboro, and
also shows promise. John Aber,
another freshman from Greens
burg, Pa., shot a 160 in the
tournament. Tee Burton from
Shelby, N.C., and Mallory Miller
of Jacksonville, N.C., round out
the freshmen for the youthful
men's golf team.
The UNC golf team has its work
cut out in the Atlantic Coast
Conference, in 1987-88. Four
schools in the conference placed
ahead of UNC in the Guilford
College Invitational: Virginia,
Wake Forest, Georgia Tech, and
Duke. The Tar Heels placed 4th
in last year's ACC tournament,
and need to improve on that finish
The men's golf team will face
its next challenge in Los Angeles
in the Southwestern Intercolle
giate, October 5-7. A month later,
November 68; theteam vill
compete in theSoutherh Intercbl-'
legiate in Athens, Ga. The fall
season ends with the Hilton Head
Intercollegiate, November 19-21.
The UNC women's golf team
begin their fall schedule this
weekend, September 25-27. They
will travel to Tallahassee, Fla., for
the Lady Seminole Invitational.
on Day Two
Redskins and Houston Oilers tried
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At the Redskins' training site at
Herndon, Va., striking players
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