6 The Daily Tar Heel 7 Friday. April 22, 1977
Carolina 1 2th nationally
Lacrosse faces Improving Devils
By TOD HUGHES
The UNC lacrosse team continues its road
schedule Saturday when it journeys to
Durham to face Duke at 2 p.m.
The stickmen notched an important 13-5
victory Wednesday over Roanoke, a team
that had been ranked fifth in the Division
"We played our best team-game, of the
season," UNC Coach Paul Doty said. The
team was motivated." Doty praised the job
being done by assistant coaches Jay
Gallagher and Bert Fett to inspire the players
to perform as well as they did. Gallagher
stressed the defensive expertise of Steve
Sartorio, Doug Fierro, Rip Davy and goalie
Larry Myers as keying the win.
The Heels (5-3) are ranked 12th in the
current national poll, so the win Wednesday
should move them up.
Saturday the foe will be the Duke Blue
Devils, who are 21st nationally. The Blue
Devils are having a good year, currently
sporting an 8-3 record.
"Duke's an improving team," Doty said.
"They've been successful in controlling the
pace of the game, and in slowing the game
down. I wouldn't be surprised if they try a
semis tall type of ballgame against us."
Although the Heels would prefer to
unleash their running offense against Duke,
Doty said the team must be prepared to play
either way slow-down or run-and-gun.
"To slow it down, a team needs good ball
control on offense and be able to control
faceoffs. Duke has a freshman named Joe
Devlin who's been doing just that. The
matchup of Devlin against Randy Gilbert;
(UNC's faceoff specialist) should be
Last year Carolina blitzed Duke here, 24
4, but chances of a rout Saturday are
"It should be a closer game this year,"
Doty said. "They're playing at their place, it's
their last game of the year, and they've been
improving throughout the season."
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The UNC women's track team will be
among eight teams in Columbia, S.C., this
weekend competing in the South Carolina
Invitational. Duke and East Carolina will be
the other entries from North Carolina.
Leading the Tar Heels is javelin thrower
Betsy Hardaway, who last week qualified for
Graduate Assistant Coach Gail Sailer said
that though this is not one of the more
difficult meets UNC has entered; she is
looking for both Joselyn Williams in the
long jump, and Karen Stevenson, in either
the mile or the two-mile to qualify this
weekend for the nationals. This is one of the
first opportunities for Stevenson to run the
two-mile in competition.
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Other women going to South Carolina
this weekend will be Lisa Hammond (long
jump). Page Nichols (100-yard dash and 440
relay), Dede Biles (shot), Margo Warhola
( 1 10-hurdles), Linda Williams (440 run) and
Laura Causey (half-mile).
The women's next meet will be the
Maryland Invitational April 30 in College
Women's gqlf in Boone
Top golfers from North Carolina and Virginia
are gathering in Boone today and Saturday for the
Carolina-Virginia Team Matches at the Boone
Country Club. The event pits six pairs of Virginia
collegiate players against North Carolina players
in a two-round best-ball match-play format.
UNC has four players on the all-star team in
Sally Austin, Mindy Mooje, Stephanie Kornegay
and Susan Cary, while De, Appalachian State,
Wake Forest and East Carolina will each send two
According to Appalachian State Golf Coach
Ellen Thomas, favorites for medalist of the
tourney include Duke's Debbie Stewart and
ASU's Nina Foust, both medalists in spring
tournaments this year, and could include any one
of the Tar Heel golfers.
"It's a toss up between the UNC players,"
Thomas said. "They all fluctuate quite a bit, but 1
would go with either Sally Austin or Stephanie
Kornegay as a favorite in this tournament.
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UNC junior Bill Buttner will be one of five Tar Heel golfers to compete in the Chris
Schenkenvitational Tournament this weekend in Statesboro, Ga. The Heels are
seeded No. 1. Staff photo by Rouse Wilson.
draws top seed
in Schenkel golf
By ISABEL WORTHY
North Carolina's golf team will try to
maintain its lofty position on the nation's
golf totem pole this weekend as it heads into
the Chris Schenkel Tournament in
Statesboro, Ga. as the No. 1 seed, a reward
for winning the Atlantic Coast Conference
Tournament championship last week.
Facing an 18-team field that includes
powerhouse Auburn, Wake Forest, Georgia
and Georgia Southern, the Tar Heels will try
to use the victory to their advantage instead
of allowing a post-ACC letdown.
"I hope it (the ACC win) will be a big lift
for us," UNC Coach Mike McLeod said.
"Winning is a habit, and unfortunately
losing is too. So now that we've broken the
ice, hopefully, we'll continue to win."
McLeod quickly dispelled any thoughts
that his Tar Heels might be riding for a fall.
"We still have the NCAA tournament to
look forward to," he said. "And besides, this
is one of the most prestigious tournaments in
the country. It's the first time we've been
seeded one, so the boys will probably go in
there with a lot of pride."
With a line-up consisting of junior co
captains Bill Buttner and Bill Sibbick,
sophomores Kevin King and John
McGough, and ACC tourney hero Scott
Humrickhouse, McLeod feels Carolina has
an excellent chance to win the individual
"I'm hoping one of our players will be a
contender for the medalist," he said. "It
could be any one of the five. They're all so
even, I'd hate to say one would shoot better
than the other."
Injury-plagued Heels in ACC track
By SKIP FOREMAN
It seems the best way for a Carolina
athletic team to go into battle these days
is to have something broken, sprained,
or pulled. To be healthy is almost
So, this weekend, the UNC men's
track team travels to Charlottesville,
Va., for the Atlantic Coast Conference
Track and Field Championships. They
are not at full speed; not even close to it.
With all their injuries the best the Tar
Heels can hope for is a second-place
finish, thus conceding the conference
track crown to Maryland. Carolina also
finished second during the indoor
Jeff Gorski, the javelin thrower who
seemed headed for the national
championships, was lost at the State
Record Relays at Columbia last month
taking some more points out of the field
competition for Carolina. Before that,
discus man Gil Vance was injured, thus
ending his season early. Girard Miller
was just coming off an injury which had
hampered his performances in the the
hurdles and the long jump before the
other two were stricken. Miller is among
those who will be in Charlottesville
going less than full speed.
As for the healthy, the distances will
reap most of Carolina's success, with
Ralph King and Doug Slack in the 1 ,500
meters and Gary Hofstetter in the
5,0000. In addition, Kent Taylor will
run the steeplechase and Mark
Thompson will be in the 1,500 and 800
meters. Helping Thompson in the 800
are Don Lockerbie and William
Lee Shuler and Erwin Jones start the
field assault in the high jump, and Miller
and Phil Farris enter the long jump.
Mike Salzano is also placed in the
shotput competition. Sprinters who will
be slowed include Sam Brown in the 400
and Delbert Powell in the 100. Powell
was a winner in the 60-yard dash indoor
UNC's crew club will be rowing in the
Southern Intercollegiate Rowing
Association championships Saturday in
Atlanta. About 20 schools, including
Alabama, Tennessee . and the Florida
Institute of Technology will participate in
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