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Williams to Transfer; Parker Returns to Practice
Junior Domonique Williams,
who quarterbacked UNC
to two victories last season,
is: leaving North Carolina.
By T. Nolan Hayes
;Domonique Williams is as responsi
ble as anyone for Carl Torbush being
back this season as North Carolina foot
■But he won’t be around to see how
the 2000 season turns out in Chapel Hill.
Williams, who as an emergency quar
terback led the Tar Heels to wins in their
filial two games of 1999, is transferring
from UNC, Torbush announced Tuesday.
“He and his family have made a deci
sion that hopefully best suits
Domonique for the rest of his life,”
Torbush said. “I hate to see him leave.
Men's Soccer Looks to Get Over Hump
By lan Gordon
. Last season, the North Carolina men’s
soiccer team suffered through growing
paiins as an extremely young squad.
Seven freshman or sophomore starters
equaled inexperience, which translated
into close losses in important games.
A 1-0 home loss to then-No. 3 Duke.
Another 1-0 defeat at the hands of then-
No. 11 Maryland. And finally, UNC fell
2-1 in overtime to Furman in the first
round of the NCAA tournament.
Despite the heartbreak of these near
miss losses, the Tar Heels knew the 2000
campaign could be brighter.
They will soon find out.
IUNC starts its season Friday against
Illinois-Chicago in the UAB Nike
Classic. The Tar Heels will play against
host Alabama-Birmingham on Sunday.
' I think everyone on our team thinks
that we can make a big dent in the tour
nament, make a good run at it,” junior
defender Chris Leitch said. “With the
guys that we have now and the strong
Men's Soccer 2000
■sDate Opponent Time
W * J Sept. 1 vs. 111.-Chicago (in Birmingham, Ala.) 7 p.m.
ml Sept. 3 at Alabama-Birmingham 3:30 p.m.
. .. . Yl Sept. 6 Campbell 7 p.m.
r ] Sept. 10 at Clemson 2 p.m.
tit j Sept. 12 Davidson 7 p.m.
R, -• ■** A Sept. 15 Denver 7:30 p.m.
p | || Sept. 16 Kentucky 7:30 p.m.
f v'|(ysF I Sept. 24 Virginia 2 p.m.
I — m> —2_J Sept. 27 at Old Dominion 7 p.m.
UNC men's Oct. 1 at Duke 1 p.m.
soccer coach Oct. 4 Williams Mary 7 p.m.
Elmar Bolowich Oct. 7 at Maryland 7 p.m.
Oct. 13 vs. Dartmouth (in Greensboro) 5 p.m.
Oct. 15 vs. Rider (in Greensboro) 1 p.m.
Oct. 18 UNC-Charlotte 7 p.m.
Oct. 22 N.C. State 2 p.m.
Oct. 25 Elon 7 p.m.
Oct. 28 Wake Forest 7 p.m.
Nov. 5 at South Carolina 2 p.m.
Nov. 9-10,12 ACC tournament (in Winston-Salem) TBA
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But I wish him nothing but the very
Torbush declined to say which school
Williams, a junior, was planning to
Despite his strong finish last year,
Williams was not expected to play a
major role for the Tar Heels in 2000. He
was slated to be no higher on the depth
chart than the fifth-team tailback and the
Parker: Back in Action
Redshirt freshman tailback Willie
Parker, who is supposed to start
Saturday, returned to practice for the
first time since last week.
Parker, who strained his back running
a sprint Thursday, took part in noncon
tact drills Tuesday. He said his back
began bothering him toward the end of
practice, but he expects to be ready to
play against Tulsa.
“I got better going to treatment, and
that came in, we
have a very strong
UNC will need
to capitalize on its
and make better
improve on its
12-7-1 record and
2-3-1 mark in the
Bolowich will also
look to his nation
ally ranked recruits
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Bolowich in preseason practices.
“Logan will be a great contributor,”
Bolowich said. “He seems to be tactical
ly more mature than some of the players
we’ve had here for longer periods.”
Stokes will supplement an already
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row, I should be
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If Parker is
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Kicking Game Still Uncertain
One of the biggest questions facing
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The team’s top three kickers from a
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strong defensive unit led by juniors
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Leitch started all 20 games for UNC
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Despite the defense’s relatively solid
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“Our problem has been that we
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Junior goalkeeper Michael Ueltschey,
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UNC’s success will hinge upon its
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players competing for the vacant jobs.
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Blake Ferguson, a true freshman from
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for it but has since come back to the pack.
John Lafferty, a sophomore from
Valdese, would probably be the punter if
the game was played today, Torbush said.
But Torbush added that he wouldn’t
make a decision until right before kickoff.
“Quite honestly, I don’t think that
either one of them need to know that
they’re going to punt right now,”
Torbush said. “We don’t need them to sit
there and worry about it for three days.”
The Sports Editor can be reached
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Gamble Hopes to Make
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A slice of Sydney is coming to
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