Friday, September 16, 1977 The Dally Tar Heel 7
Four returnees lead Friday's opener
By KEN ROBERTS
Dot Gunnells may be one of the few
people in Chapel Hill not wishing for
rain. Gunnells, the UNC women's golf
coach now in her third year, has a season
rapidly approaching and she is unsure
which of the 1 3 women trying out will be
among the starting five.
A match scheduled for Thursday
against Appalachian State .was
cancelled by the Lady Apps, giving
Gunnells an extra day to decide on a
starting squad. The team travels to
Durham Friday to compete in the Duke
Wake Forest, UNC-Charlotte, UNC
Greensboro and several other in-state
schools will participate.
The Heels will travel to Grandfather
Mountain Thursday despite the match
cancellation for an extra qualifying
round for the tournament Friday and
also a chance to play on the course
where the North Carolina Association
' of Intercolllegiate Athletics for Women
(NCAIAW) tournament will be held
"Due to the rain (last week) the girls
have had just two qualifying rounds,"
Gunnells said early this week. "As far as
physical capabilities, I've got some good
Indeed she does. Four women who
started most of the season are returning
sophomores Stephanie Kornegay,
S usan Cary and J anet H aire plus senior
Kornegay is the returning state
tournament individual champion who
led her team to the state team
championship last year by 54 strokes
The Carolina Rugby Club will host the
Bristol (England) University rugby team at
4:30 p.m. Friday on Fetzer Field.
The British team in on a 10-match, three
week tour of the United States and Bahamas.
The team has placed in the top four in the
University Division of the English Rugby
Union four of the last five years and features
six members of the All-England Universities
team the U.S. equivalent of All-America.
"It's going to be quite a challenge trying to
beat this team," UNC Coach Tom Ricketts
said. "They've been playing rugby at Bristol
University ever since it was founded in 1909.
We're just starting our 12th year. 1 think we
can learn a lot."
The match is free to the public.
Daily Tar Heel.
over runner-up Wake Forest. On the
way to the championship the team
compiled an unblemished 6-0 mark.
The strong year gained the Tar Heels
as invitation to the national tournament
held at the Hyatt Kuilimi Resort Hotel
in Oahu, Hawaii where they finished
Coach Gunnells and her golfers are
setting higher goals for this year. "Our
first goal is to win the state
championship; our second goal is to
make it to the nationals," G unnells said.
Kornegay was a little more confident
about the nationals, which are held in
the spring. "1 want the team to finish in
the top 10 at the nationals this year
Kornegay, who also played varsity
basketball last season, made it to the
quarterfinals of the Women's Southern
hald this summer in Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.
She also placed second in the Twin State
Tournament this summer in Canton,
Haire, from Palm Beach, Fla., also
had a successful golfing summer. She
defended her championship at
Sakonnet Golf and Country Club in
Little Compton, R.I., where she
In addition to the top returnees,
Gunnells has high hopes for freshmen
Maureen Long and Brenda Rich (the
one-two finishers in the state high
school tournament last year) and for
junior Laura Strippel. Because of the
many fine golfers, Gunnells plans to use
a "blue team," which will serve as a'B'
team. She hopes to provide them with a
Two tournaments look very
promising this fall for the team. The Tar
Heel Invitational will be-held Oct. 24-25
with such teams as Furman, , which
features returning National Amateur
champion Beth Daniel, Auburn,
Florida State, Georgia and Memphis
The Lady Gator Invitational, to be
held Nov. 14-16 in Grenelefe, Fla., will
provide top area competition.
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Stephanie Kornegay, above, and Laura
Stripple, right, practice for the women's
golf season which opens this weekend at
the Duke Invitational in Durham.
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