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Motivated Ramsey Wins MVP
By Gavin Off
Alyssa Ramsey sat at the press con
ference table, arms crossed and head
facing down, as coach and teammates
praised the forward for her play in the
ACC conference tournament.
A quick smile escaped her lips, break
ing Ramsey’s business-like expression.
She couldn’t help but enjoy her new
status as ACC Tournament Most
It was evident the disappointment of
last Wednesday had vanished.
Last week, conference coaches voted
UNC’s biggest scoring threat to the All-
Meanwhile, three other Tar Heels
were elected to the conference’s first
“I guess not making the conference
team was kind of motivation,’’ said
Ramsey, who is the first sophomore to
Testo Reminds USC of Skills
By Will Small
It didn’t take long for North Carolina
forward David Testo to remind South
Carolina what it has been missing this
Testo, a junior transfer from USC, had
the game against his former school circled
on his calendar all season.
“I couldn’t wait for this game, but I
could have done without it too,” Testo
said. “It was just an awkward situation.”
Testo had a chance to show his old
team what it is like to compete against
him instead of with him, and he took
advantage of the opportunity early.
In the fourth minute of UNC’s
game with the Gamecocks, Testo took
a ball from Chris Leitch and rifled a
low shot into the net from the top of
the 18-yard box. The goal proved to
be the game winner in the 1-0 UNC
“It was early in the game, and my
adrenaline was pumping,” Testo said. “1
saw an opening, so I just put my head
down and hit it.”
The Gamecocks’ loss has been the
Tar Heels’ gain. The goal gave Testo
nine on the season, tying him with Ryan
Kneipper for the team lead.
His scoring ability has helped answer
some of the glaring questions that were
raised about the Tar Heels’ offense at
the beginning of the season.
“He was a fantastic addition,” said
North Carolina coach Elmar Bolowich.
“Having had the departure of three for
wards from last year’s team, he is... filling
the void there as an experienced player.”
South Carolina coach Mark Berson
said his team is looking forward to
meeting Testo again.
“Obviously the guys know David, so
I think everybody wanted to play well,”
Testo, who is from Arden, transferred
to UNC in the spring of 2001. He start
ed every game for USC in 2000 and
was third on the team in points with 12.
He said he needed a change and was
familiar with many of the Tar Heels
from playing with them on club teams.
While he said UNC had been his
first choice all along, the decision to
transfer wasn’t an easy one.
Testo is still friends with most of his
former teammates and talked with sev
eral of them on the phone Tuesday. He
said the conversations were more tense
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down 3s, it does deflate you mentally.”
While UNC was busy shooting nearly
58 percent, Evansville was just trying to
get into its offense and retain possession.
Purple Ace point guard Latasha Austin
turned the ball over nine times in the first
20 minutes against UNC’s full-court trap.
“We were aware of what (Austin) could
do,” Teasley said. “Coach said everything
goes through their point guard, so it’s real
important that we get pressure on her.”
But after a quick second-half spurt, the
Tar Heels hit a wall. When Teasley fired
a quick oudet pass to Brown, who found
a streaking Nikita Bell for a transition
layup, UNC held a 28-point advantage
with just under 13 minutes remaining.
Eight minutes and a whole slew of
North Carolina mistakes later, Hatchell
angrily called a time out when
Evansville’s Julie Shirley buried a right
comer 3 to cut the lead to 77-59.
“We were not matching up,” Hatchell
said. “I don’t think we had a leader out
there at the time that was making sure
the freshmen were matched up in tran
sition and were talking.”
Regardless, the UNC lead was too
great. The Tar Heels stayed under control
the rest of the way and secured a date
with Connecticut in a semifinal Thursday.
“I like this team. No, I love this team,"
Hatchell said. “They play like I like to
play. We’re going to be fun to watch.”
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be named MVP since 1990. “The game
MVP was a huge honor. I didn’t expect
it at all. I just went out there and
Ramsey scored the championship
game’s second goal when she penetrat
ed Florida State’s back line, and she
assisted on two others to aid North
Carolina’s mn for the conference tide.
She also scored two goals in Friday’s
semifinal match against Wake Forest,
one of them on a penalty kick.
“Tactically, she’s playing very well,”
said UNC coach Anson Dorrance.
“She’s always been an excellent finisher.
She doesn’t shoot the ball enough, but if
you look at her finishing percentage,
even going back to her freshman year,
Ramsey displayed a special knack for
timing her breakaway runs into the
Where some players might jump the
gun and get whistled for an off-sides,
That matched the feeling of the game.
Testo wasn’t bashful about attacking his
old teammates’ goal, and they weren’t
dancing around him on the field.
Testo found himself on the receiving
end of a couple of hard tackles, including
one by Dave Moore that left him stunned
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Ramsey attacks with a precise timing
that’s evident in her team-leading 13
goals and 12 assists.
“She has the capacity of walking that
line and when the ball is struck, get in,"
Dorrance said. “The goal she scored
today, and also the pentalty kick she
drew yesterday, were all off her negoti
ating this line. It’s a very hard thing to
But Ramsey makes it look easy.
Dorrance compared Ramsey’s ability
to take over a game to that of former Tar
Heel Meredith Florance.
And as the UNC offense emulates
Florance, the rest of the ACC is looking
up to Ramsey.
“I look at her and I’m like, ‘OK, I
need to do this,’” said FSU forward
Cindy Schofield. “I see stuff that she does
that I could implement in my game.”
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on the field for a moment.
“I’d be disappointed if they didn’t go
after me,” Testo said. “It means they care.
I’m sure they were pretty upset that I left”
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When UNC did have the ball, Wake
pressured Durant frequendy with blitzes.
Durant, whose 361 passing yards, four
touchdown passes, 24 completions and
75-yard TD pass to Sam Aiken all set
UNC single-game freshman records,
was held to 97 yards in the second half.
“I haven’t seen them blitz like that,”
Bunting said. “They bring everybody.
And that’s risk-taking. You’ve got to hurt
them when they take those risks, and for
whatever reason, we didn’t."
But UNC knew what to expect from
Wake’s offense, with motions and trick
plays galore. The Tar Heels stuffed the
nation’s 11 th-best rush offense in the first
half, holding the Deacons to 69 yards, but
unfocused play ruined them in the second.
Eight plays after a UNC fumble,
Wake wideout John Stone came from
the right side on an end-around and
went 11 yards for Wake’s first touch
down with 9:19 left in the third quarter.
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end-around on their next drive, as wide
out Fabian Davis dove in for a 5-yard
TD that sliced the Tar Heels’ lead to
24-14 with 4:01 remaining in the third.
Durant guided UNC on a 12-play,
80-yard drive, capping it with a 12-yard
strike to Zach Hilton, but Wake quarter
back James MacPherson answered with
an 80-yard touchdown drive of his own.
A 42-yard Wake field goal - after the
Tar Heeis declined a holding penalty -
on its next drive cut the lead to a touch
down with 5:56 to go in the game.
UNC then went three-and-out, when
deep snapper Greg Warren sent the ball
over the head of punter John Lafferty
and through the back of the end zone.
Safety. UNC 31, Wake 26 - 4:59 left
in the game.
Wake took over on its own 41 after the
ensuing free kick and ran through UNC’s
defense for its first lead of the game. Wake
was helped by a 10-yard penalty, which
was tacked on to a 15-yard run by
Macpherson. He then kept the ball for a
1-yard TD with 1:17 to go in the game.
Monday, November 12, 2001
The Deacs failed on the two-point
conversion but had their first lead of the
Still, the Tar Heels looked like they
could overcome and pull out a win.
Durant hit Kory Bailey three straight
times to move UNC to the Wake 47.
But Wake’s Quintin Williams came in
on a blitz, jarring the ball out of Durant’s
hand, which was cocked to throw. Caron
Bracy recovered the ball at the UNC 38.
“I felt like my arm was going forward,”
said Durant, who was looking for Bailey
on the right side. “I felt like he hit me as
I was letting go of the ball.
“But the ref saw otherwise. You can’t
argue with that”
Nor could anyone argue with
Bunting’s postgame message to his team.
“Don’t just think it’s going to come
easily to you,” Bunting said. “It doesn’t
happen that way. You’ve got to play the
whole game. And hopefully somebody
will learn something from that.”
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