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6The Daily Tar Heel Thursday, November 12, 1987
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By DAVID HALL
The psychology of engendering
effort and motivation in a player is
perhaps the most difficult task that
a coach faces. With role players, a
coach may often offer encouragement
whereas with a more talented player,
a firmer approach is often necessary
to produce optimal results.
Therein lies the dilemma that UNC
men's soccer coaches Anson Dor
rance and Elmar Bolowich often face
with junior stopper Donald Cogsville.
A highly gifted and charismatic
athlete, Cogsville has repeatedly faced
the scorn and weathered the criticism
; of both of his coaches in their effort
; to harness his immense talent.
; It always is more important for
; me if 1 am tough on a player,"
; Dorrance said on a most perfect of
; days. wIf a player is receiving a lot
; of attention, it only means that we
; know that he could be so much better.
; That is definitely the case with
: Donald. Absolutely."
Such vehement testimony to his
athletic ability angers Cogsville. An
extremely proud athlete, he has heard
such declarations all of his life.
'f "It is almost an indictment of my
' ability," Cogsville said. "It truly hurts
for them to say such things, because
I feel that I have worked extremely
hard and have done much for the
i team. Such accusations are all I ever
hear and I don't like it."
Hard work is definitely a theme
I that has been predominant in Cogs
ville's life, starting with his childhood
in Trenton, N.J. He commenced his
soccer career at the age of seven, and
the sport gradually became a conve
nient outlet for his talent and an
escape from the anarchy of urban
His dedication to the sport stems
from his father, a former All
, American football star at Mt. Union
College in Ohio and now the pres
ident of the Harlem Development
Corporation. After failing to make
;an all-star team at the age of 12,
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Cogsville's father stressed that only
through hard work would his young
son ever become successful in soccer
and in life.
From there, Cogsville embarked
on a rigorous training program,
beginning at 5:30 every morning and
continuing in the afternoon.
"Though he was not familiar with
the sport, he devoted a lot of time,
learning the nuances of soccer,"
Cogsville said of his father. "In
addition, he would hire pros to coach
me and take me to Cosmos games.
All of this so that I could become
a better player."
Donald's high school years were
spent at the respected Princeton Day
School, a world very different from
the urban environs whence he came.
The effort expended on both soccer
and academics prevented Cogsville
from encountering the less savory
elements of his neighborhood.
"My area in Trenton was some
what rough," he said. "Very few of
the people that I hung out with are
in college. The area is one of high
crime and poverty. The time that I
placed into soccer fortunately dis
tracted me from those influences."
Playing forward in high school,
Cogsville thoroughly dominated the
small prep school league in which his
team played. A two time all-state
performer, Cogsville, the team cap
tain, also led Princeton Day to three
consecutive state prep school titles.
Despite garnering such honors,
Cogsville was not heavily sought after
by the major soccer powers.
"Donald was a very under
recruited player," Dorrance said.
"Jeff Griffiths, a former assistant
coach, saw him in a competition and
was extremely impressed with his
In the second game of his freshman
year, Cogsville suffered a debilitating
knee injury that caused him to be
redshirted. Upon returning, he
embarked on a serious weight train
ing program that not only streng
thened his knee but made him more
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UNC stopper Donald Cogsville,
of an intimidating force. In addition,
Dorrance switched him to the def
ensive backfield from his more
natural forward position. The move
did not sit well with Cogsville.
"I felt very much out of position
and at the time I felt it was an unwise
move," the pre-law student said. "All
of my life, I had been conditioned
to score goals, and with this change
1; became bitter, perhaps
Dorrance saw things differently,
relying on his belief in Cogsville's
talent to justify the decision.
"With his ability we felt that we
had to give Donald more playing
time, and the only way that he could
play 90 minutes was on defense,'"
Dorrance said. "I understood at the
time that Donald was upset with the
move. That is comprehensible. Yet,
now I feel that he has adjusted
Helping in that adjustment has
been UNC's recent success. Winning
truly heals all wounds. With the
addition of Bolowich, a truly gifted
soccer mind, North Carolina has
received a bid to the NCAA tour
nament for the first time in 19 years.
The climax of the season up to this
point has been the Tar Heels' 4-3
victory in the championship game in
the inaugural ACC postseason tour
nament. "Elmar has been terrific," Cogsville
said. "For the first time since IVe been
here, the team has a full-time coach.
He is the key reason why we are
As for the future after college,
Cogsville remains unsure. "I would
very much like to play in Europe,
travel over there and see what I can
gain from playing professionally," he
said. "I realize that the financial
rewards are not that great in soccer,
but it has the potential to be a great
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From Associated Press reports
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. As
Virginia prepares to face North
Carolina in ACC football Saturday,
Cavalier quarterback Scott Secules is
reminded of his first encounter with
the Tar Heels. It was a cold, rainy
day in November 1985, and Secules, :
then a sophomore reserve, was called
on to start at quarterback after Don
Majkowski was suspended the night
before the North Carolina game for
violating a team training rule.
The game would be Secules' first
as a starter, and Virginia needed a
victory against the Tar Heels to lock
up a third straight winning season.
"That was my first opportunity to
really get my feet wet, so to speak,
in the college ranks," Secules recalled.
"A lot of people really didn't expect
Secules said his nerves weren't
helped by the 1 lth-hour timing of the
decision to bench Majkowski.
"I couldn't lie and say I wasn't
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is an AII-ACC performer who is a
nervous," he said.
Secules completed eight of 14
passes for 106 yards and two touch
downs. Virginia won, 24-22.
; "I could have done better," Secules
said. "But given the situation, I think
I came through better than expected."
V Saturday's contest against North
Carolina will be the final home game
for Secules, and once again, a
Virginia victory would guarantee
another winning season.
"This is really important for us,"
said the 6-3, 21 1-pound Secules, who
goes into the game as the ACC's top
rated passer, a position he has held
almost the entire season.
Secules has started 13 games at
Virginia, and has thrown for over 200
yards eight times, including six this
year. In Virginia's 23-14 victory at
Georgia Tech last week, Secules
threw for 164 yards, and that ended
a school record streak of five games
in which he had surpassed the 200
yard mark in passing.
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key part of UNC's recent success
This fall, Secules has completed 61
percent of his passes and has thrown
nine touchdowns and five intercep
tions. His aerial yardage total of 1,714
leaves him 168 short of establishing
a new Virginia single-season record
in that caiegory. '
Secules also needs just six pass
completions to set another school
standard for most completions in a
season, but says he is not worried
about personal accolades at this point
in the campaign.
"WeVe got our work cut out for
us this week," he said.
Both teams enter the game with 5
4 overall records and 3-2 marks in
the ACC. After the Tar Heels,
Virginia closes its season next week
at North Carolina State, and Secules
said those two contests present
Virginia with a basic goal.
"Bring home seven wins," he said,
"which is a lot more than anyone
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