North Carolina Newspapers

    September20,1995
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Campus Sports
Volleyball team works hard
By Beth Morris
After playing two games, the
Meredith volleyball team stands 1-1,
losing their first game on Sept. 11 to
NC Wesleyan and defeating Method
ist College on Sept. 14.
Dr. Marie Chamblee, the team’s
coach, said that her team played
well against NC Wesleyn but they
got too far behind to regain the
lead. Chamblee commented on the
team’s first victory saying, the
players “showed team effort" as
they “came in more prepared and
are staning to work together
better. ’’
Captains Tara Poe, a junior from
Durham, and Cathy Garrett, a senior
fiom Fayetteville, had outstanding
performances in the NC Wesleyn
game, according to Chamblee.
The team has opened up their 1995
fall season with much enthusiasm,
leaving Chamblee with a “bright
outlook. ” Chamblee says that this
year’s team is “outstanding” and
“potentially one of the best hitting
groups ever.”
Come out and support the team!
Their next home game is Monday,
Sept. 25 and once again the “angels”
will challenge Methodist College.
Game time is 7pm at Weatherspoon
gym.
Fall Volleyball Schedule
Sept. 25 Methodist HOME 7;00pm
Sept. 27 Bennett Away 6:00pm
Oct. 2 Bennett HOME 6:00pm
Oct. 3 Greensboro Away 7:00pm
Oct. 7 Lynchburg Tourney Away
Oct. 10 Salem Away 7:00pm
Oct. 11 NCWesleyanHOME7:30
pm
Oct. 20/21 Meredith College
Womens College Invitational
Oct. 27/28 Salem Invittational
Away
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Soccer and tennis teams
know the winning score
by Deanna Griffin
'The fall tennis and soccer seasons
are well underway. The Meredith
tennis team, coached by Melinda
Campbell, has a 4-1 record, which
includes the exciting win over big
rival Methodist College this past
Thursday.
They are making a strong showing,
especially for such a young team.
There are no seniors on the team
and only one junior in the top six.
The current number one, freshman
Ann Mebane, and the team captains,
sophomores Dorothy Livesay and
Sarah Huffman, are playing ex
tremely well. 'The real test will be the
Rolex Tournament, which is coming
up on Sept. 29.
Coach Campbell says she is pleased
with the team’s mature thinking and
hop>es to earn a high ranking at the
Rolex.
Channel 13 Sept. 20-24
Wednesday
10 AM
Low Impaa Aerobics
11 AM
Music Videos #10
12 Noon
Music Videos #9
2 PM
Mickey Awards
3 PM
Opening Convoca-
tion
4 PM
Teen Images
5 PM
Music Videos #11
6 PM
Firm Arms & Abs
7 PM
Stretch & Flex
Thursday
10 AM
Low Impact
Aerobics
11 AM
Music Videos #11
1 PM
Music Videos #3
3 PM
Mickey Awards
4 PM
Glass Projerts 93-95
6 PM
Firm Arms & Abs
7 PM
Stretch & Flex
Friday
10 AM
Low Impact
Aerobics
11 AM
Music Videos #10
12 Noon
Music Videos #3
2 PM
Stretch & Flex
Sunday
6 PM
Burley Bear
The Meredith soccer team is also
playing well. They are currently 2-3
after a busy weekend at Sweet Briar
College. Coach Jose Cornejo says
that they are “creating a lot of
chances, just not capitalizing on
them.” He is happy with the way
everyone is making a solid contribu
tion on the field. Some of the
stronger players are Jamie Stafford,
Kelly Pergerson, Sara Takata, Scottie
Eustis, and Jessica Brooks. The team
is looking forward to the remainder
of the season. The first home game
is against Belmont-Abbey on Sept.
27.
Fall Tennis Schedule
Sept. 21 Averett HOME 3pm
26 High Point Away
29-Oct 1 Rolex TBA
Oct. 6/7 Mary Baldwin Away
20 Peact Tourney Raleigh
1995 Soccer Schedule
Sept 25 Averett Away 4:00
Sept. 27 Belmont Abbey HOME 4:30
Sept. 30 Guilford Away 3:00
Oct. 3 Peace College HOME 4:30
Oct. 5 St. Mary's HOME 4:00
Oct. 7 Mary Baldwin Away 2:00
Oct 12 Hollins College HOME 4:00
Oct. 21 RMWC HOME 12:00
Oct. 25 Greensboro HOME 4:00
Oct. 28 Mary Baldwin HOME 2:00
Oct. 30 Campbell (JV) HOME 4:00
Attention Meredith Students:
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and Internet) crvailabe on
campus? If you are
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cr^its, please cal 829-2363
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