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Niketown relocates to Doak
Campbell Stadium this weekend
as UNC squares off against FSU.
T. “Nike” Hayes and Mike “Air
Max” Ogle stuck out their tongues
and soared to 10-2 marks last week.
James “Jumpman” Giza and
Rachel “Vince Is Stuck With
Pumas” Carter went 9-3. Will “You
Give Me a Discount” Kimmey,
Bret “Free Shoes” Strelow and
Matt “Dri-F.1.T.” Terry had their
air bubble burst and finished 8-4.
Jermell Widemond, assistant
manager at Foot Locker in
University Mall, makes best his
sales pitch this week.
UNC Volleyball to Host Carolina Classic
from Staff Reports
The North Carolina volleyball squad
has a busy weekend ahead with the
Carolina/Nike Classic at Carmichael
The Tar Heels (7-1) start play against
7 p.m. Friday.
the Tar Heels face
Delaware at 1 p.m. and Santa Clara at
The Tar Heels have won 39 of their
last 40 games at Carmichael
Auditorium. North Carolina is 5-0 at
home this season.
UNC has won 21 out of the 24 games
it has played in its seven victories this
year. The Tar Heels have swept five
opponents, including Appalachian State
on Tuesday night.
' UNC has an all-time record of 3-3
against Louisville and 4-1 against
Delaware. The Tar Heels have never
played Santa Clara.
19 Former Tar Heels in Olympics
As the 2000 Summer Olympics get
rolling, 19 former Tar Heels will be in
the hunt for gold-medal glory.
Sixteen of the 19 will compete for the
Ken Hamden will compete for
Zimbabwe in the 400-meter hurdles,
Eddie Neufville will race for Liberia in
the 4 x 100-meter relay, and Dominic
Demeritte will represent the Bahamas
in the 200.
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Kristine Lilly (soc
cer) are among
competing for the
Hamm scored a
goal in the 24th
minute of the
United States’ 2-0
recorded a shutout
and assisted on a
goal against Norway.
Thursday night in Australia. Lilly regis
tered an assist on Hamm’s goal, which
was the 126th of her international career.
Former North Carolina goalkeeper Sin
Mullinix got her 14th shutout of the year
for the United States. She faced nine shots
in the game.
Mullinix also contributed on the offen
She assisted on Tiffeny Milbretfs goal
in the 18th minute, which put the United
States ahead 1-0.
Men's Exhibition Set for Carmichael
The North Carolina men’s and
women’s basketball teams will play
back-to-back contests in Carmichael
Auditorium on Nov. 21.
The women play against North
Carolina A&T at 6:30 p.m. in their
home opener of the 2000-2001 season.
The men play an exhibition game
against the EA/Califomia All-Stars that
will begin 30 minutes after the conclu
sion of the women’s game.
All seats will be general admission.
Ticket prices, both games included, are
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Weekend Sports Schedule
Men's soccer vs. Denver Fetzer field 5:30 p.m.
Women's soccer vs. Penn State Houston 6 p.m.
Volleyball vs. Louisville Carmichael Auditorium 7 p.m.
Football at Florida State Tallahassee, Fla. 3:30 p.m.
Field hockey vs. Old Dominion Henry Stadium 1 p.m.
Men's soccer vs. Kentucky Fetzer field 5:30 p.m.
Volleyball vs. Delaware Carmichael Auditorium 1 p.m.
Volleyball vs. Santa Clara Carmichael Auditorium 7 p.m.
Field hockey vs. Virginia Henry Stadium 1 p.m.
Women's soccer vs. SMU Houston 4 p.m.
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