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Womemi's terras drops two to tough Miami, ECeotucky squads
By DAVID J. KUPSTAS
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y. Somebody up there didn't want the
' 'women's tennis team to play anything
11 'close to a full match Friday or
UNC has no "complete" tennis
10 facility. The UNC Tennis Center is
c great until it gets dark and lights are
'"''heeded. If weather is bad, the uni
'r versity doesn't have an indoor facility
of its own. Add that to the fact that
Duke also had matches on both of
'those days and cut UNC's time in half
"f at the Chapel Hill Tennis Club. The
result is everybody just trying to
, decide a winner and get out quickly.
" At any rate, coach Kitty Harrison
felt Friday's 5-2 loss to Miami and
Saturday's 5-0 defeat at the hands of
Kentucky were fairly helpful.
"This was some good competition,"
she said. "Miami is a lock to go to
the NCAA tournament, and Ken
tucky still has a good chance. All you
can hope to do is play well, and we
If 13th-ranked Kentucky was
favored over UNC, Wildcat coach
John Dinneen wanted to make sure
it stayed that way. He arranged it so
the Tar Heels' top seeds, Gina
Goblirsch and Spencer Barnes, would
play last. After leading his team
through longer-than-usual warmups,
Dinneen, a Harvard graduate, finally
had his team ready 45 minutes after
the scheduled match time.
Unfortunately for UNC, that lost
time could have been very useful.
Goblirsch had just won the second
set in a tiebreaker over Chris Karges
to knot the match at one set apiece
when they had to stop.
The bitterest blow came when
Barnes and Goblirsch didn't even get
to take the court in number-one
doubles against Karges and
Ann Stephenson, playing at
number three after coming off an
ankle injury, beat Miami's Kerri
Reiter 6-3, 6-2, but lost to Caroline
Knudten of the Wildcats 6-2, 6-2. She
said playing the two matches in less
than 24 hours was more than her
now-weaker ankle could take.
"I thought I was in control at the
beginning, but I later got frustrated,"
she said. j
Number six Gigi Neely took Lene
Holm Larsen to three sets, but
Larsen's serve and clutch play finally
prevailed, and she won 6-1, 6-7 (4
Barnes ran out of steam at the end
in losing to Jane Yates 6-4, 3-6, 6
1 at number two. Grech defeated
Farmer 6-1, 6-2 at number four, and
number five Hahn beat McCarthy 6-1,6-1.
The losses dropped UNC to 9-12
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