September 16,1992 page five Volleyball team delivers strong performance Campus Sports The volleyball team is con tinuing to live up to Coach Chamblee’s expectations. Playing host to Greensboro College, prob ably the toughest opponent the team will face, the team played extremely well considering the level of Greensboro’s ability and experi ence. Although the team lost 8-15, 15-11,8-15,4-15, Chamblee points out that this was by far the best ef fort Meredith has had against Greensboro in three years. Coach Chamblee was very pleased with the overall team effort. Kristi Narron, one of the team captains, comments, “Our level of intensity is exciting, and our ability level is already what it was at the end of last season.” Jennifer Thompson played one of her best games ever. “She played a very con trolled and thoughtful game as setter,” Chamblee said. Beckie Hines, the other team captain, also played well and had some strong hits. This past weekend, the team played in a tournament in Lynchburg Recreation Association offers programs to students by Sonali Kolhatkar and Angie Laws Meredith Recreation Association is sponsoring aerobics on Tuesday and Thursday nights in the gym at 8:00 p.m. The classes have been drawing large crowds of “angels” who love to exercise and have fun. The classes are a great stress reliever and terrific workout You will feel totally energized! MRA encourages you to come to the gym on Tuesday/Thursday nights for some sweat and fun. If you have any questions, call Angie Laws at x7628. MRA is also sponsoring the Meredith Miler. The deadline has been extended to Friday, Sept. 18. With the miler, you can run, walk or aerobicize. Join the miler and come to aerobics for a double dose of fun! With the aerobics you can earn mileage for Meredith Miler. So what s stopping you, Meredith? Join the miler and have lots of fun with your friends while walking around campus or aerobicizing to cool music in the gym. > B-h o 1 Channel 5 24 liours/7 days a week Week of Bept.2i->37 1 Meredith Network Mews/Calendar Events/Job Listings Channel 10 No PrograiaiBin9 Scheduled D Channel 13 y 1:00 pm Cniitiniiity and tlir Sii>9lQ Caacra 1 ! 30 pm Cl.ans Projocts 9:00 pm Ixjw Impact Aerobics T Channel 10 B 2:00 pm Deutsch Direkt 12 B 4:00 pm Preqot Chapter 2 A Channel 13 1:00 pm Continuity and the {Single Camera 1:30 pm Video Class Projects 7:00 pm "IMIU-O. .an,| Mother Rarth" 0:OU pm •‘Dance, .and Mothet Larth’* Channel 10 If B No Programming Scheduled Channel 13 3:00 pm Continuity and the Single Camera 3:30 pm Video Class Projects 5:30 pm "Dance, .and Mother Earth" 6:30 pm "Dance, .and Mother Earth" 7:00 pm Continuity and the Single Camera 7:30 pm Video Class Projects L 9:00 pm Low Impact Aerobics Channel 10 11 11:00 ,vm I'roqol Cliapter 3 u 5:00 pm Dcutsch Direkt 12 8 Channel 13 Mo Programming Scheduled Channel 10 10:00 am Progo Chapter 3 D 12:00 pm Deutsch Direkt 12 A t Channel 13 No Programming Scheduled with Sweetbriar, Mary Baldwin, Lynchburg College, and NC Wesleyan. After beating Mary Baldwin handily, they lost to Sweetbriar in very close games. Chamblee said the match consisted of “good rallies and very intense play.” The match against Lynchburg was close because the two teams were equally matched. Whathurtthe team, however, was the lack of expe rience due to so many new players. Tricia Sparks, Beckie Hines, and Jen nifer Thompson all provided excel lent play and consistent serves. Sophomore Jamie Richards and freshman Heather Shook continue to show improvement and were key assets to the team’s efforts. Defen sively, Chamblee was very pleased with the play of freshman Jennifer Millner. The final game Meredith played versus NC Wesleyan was the most “pressure packed” according to Chamblee. The use of the new rally system was unfamiliar to the team and made the game one of great in tensity. Although Meredith lost, scores were extremely close (15-3, 15-17, 12-15). Chamblee is very positive about the remainder of the season because of the depth of the team. Kristi Narron sums up her outlook, “We work well together and are excited about playing, so I think we will have a great year.” collegiate camouflage S H 0 S L L A B D N A H A M W H 0 C K E Y G 0 G I N G L M A 0 I V I N G N N U A V U N I T T G N I T F I L T H G I E W E U 0 W N G M X L 0 E N G N s R P G G G M G 0 I X 0 I N F G P M C Y I N N B P L C E R I E 0 U A W M G I S H Y P 0 K N K L J S J J N X T C E W N T 0 S E E L U G I A L 0 I F A S H K V L M D E C I S N 0 T C 0 T A A P 0 S E N X G T H H T C A T U I W D G E 0 L L I P S c R I L R I A U F B 0 X U C K E A N T T N M U J N D T F E S R M G A BOXING CANOEING CYCLING DECATHLON DIVING FENCING GYMNASTICS HANDBALL HOCKEY JUDO LONG JUMP LUGE MARATHON PENTATHLON POLE VAULT ROWING SHOOTING SHOT PUT SKATING SKIING SOCCER SWIMMING TRIPLE JUMP WEIGHTLIFTING W W tf(H N\0)a « 1 1~;

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