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By WILL WILSON
The story has been told time and time
again in the collegiate sports world following
the loss of several outstanding seniors the
nucleus of the team.
When the UNC women's tennis team
finished its season in May with a third-place
finish in the region, "rebuilding" was just the
word one would have expected to hear from
Coach Kitty Harrison.
Three of the top seven UNC players had
just completed their eligibility Nina
Cloaninger, Rebecca Garcia and Jean Scott.
On top of that, a fourth H unter Dortch
was to quit the team before the summer was
over in order to concentrate on academics.
But "rebuilding" is not the word Harrison
is using these days.
"Rebuilt" is more like it. In only her
second year as coach, Harrison has
assembled a 12-player squad that looks to be
one of the best ever at Carolina.
"We should easily take the state,"
Harrison says, "and the region, too. They're
young, fresh, eager and primed. It's
Topping the list of outstanding players is
Greensboro junior Susie Black. She will be
opening the season at the No. I spot, the
same as she played all last season. The short
but hard-hitting Black had a disappointing
finish to the spring season, losing to
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But her summer performances were
improved, as she was the runner-up in the
state women's open tournament. Just the
fact that she remains in the top spot on a
team after a week of challenge matches is
further evidence of her improved play.
Second on the opening-day lineup will be
Carney Timberlake. the much-heralded first
full scholarship women's athlete at UNC.
The Lexington native, who stepped right in
at No. I as a freshman three years ago. has
been plagued by injuries almost from the
start. She did not play in any spring matches
this year, and has been granted another year
"Carney looks good, confident and
settled," Harrison says.
Positions three through five are filled by
three of the five frcsjimen brought in by
Harrison Lloyd Hatcher. Margaret Scott
and Betty Baugh Harrisonjn that order.
Sophomore Janef "Shands of Jackson,
Miss., just edged Chapel Hill freshman Anne
Frautschi for the sixth spot.
These six, along with Frautschi and junior
Lisa Dodson. will be making the trip to
Trenton, N.J., for the season opener at 3
p.m. Friday. Saturday, the group will move
over to Princeton for a match with the
For the remainder of the year, should any
of these players falter in the slightest,
Harrison has four more ready to step in.
They are sophomores Kim Clarke. Lindsey
Linker and Lisa Spinnenweber (a transfer
from Rollins), and freshman Anne
"We've always had depth, but it's just a
flip-of-the-coin this year." Harrison says.
"The lineup may be moved around a lot since
they're so equal.
"I think this depth will reflect in the spirit
caused by the tough competition between the
players for position."
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player. UNC opens its fall season Friday at Trenton State. Staff photo by Mike Sneed.
day of combined junior varsity and varsity
tryouts three weeks ago. Harrison trimmed
her squad to 1 4 almost immediately and cut
it to 1 2 the next week.
The team has a sparse but eventful fall
schedule. The highlight should be the
Atlantic Coast Conference tournament Oct.
6-8 at Wake Foiest the first competition
ever for women in any sport under the
auspices of the ACC.
"Virginia and Duke will be our toughest
competition there," Harrison says. "Wake is
building, and they will be tough, also. We
can handle them all without much of a
problem, but it's going to be a great event,
Dual matches with Duke and Virginia,
both at home, and the Princeton match
Friday highlight the remainder of the slate.
Wolf is guest on WXYC
Jeff Wolf, sophomore basketball player at
UNC,' will be the guest on "Carolina VV rap
up" tonight at 7 on WXYC. (89.3 FM).
The show also will include a previe of the
Northwestern football game and other
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Virginia beat the Tar Heels last fall, and
Princeton stomped on Carolina, 7-2, in
Top returning Tigers are Susie Repogle
and Debbie Campbell. Repogle beat Black
in three sets in the spring match. An addition
to the Princeton squad is Greensboro's
Emily Preyer, sister of recent Carolina
standout Jane Preyer.
The Tar Heels just started working on
doubles Monday, but Harrison has
tentatively set Timberlake and Hatcher at
No. I. Scott and Frautschi will play one of
the other positions, and Black and Dodson
probably will complete the doubles lineup.
Whatever the team accomplishes this
season, it seems unlikely that it will go down
as the greatest ever at Carolina. All 12
players are eligible to return next fall, and
with another year's experience behind them,
the best still may be that far away.
The schedule: Sept. 23 at Trenton
State; 24 at Princeton: 27 at Wake
Forest; 29 - at N.C. State. '
Oct. 6-8 ACC Tournament at Wake
Forest; II Duke; 14 Furman; 15
Yale: 21-22 Tri-Meet at Furman; 28
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By ISABEL WORTHY
Carolina field hockey Coach Dolly
Hunter went into Tuesday's opener against
UNC-G thrilled with her line-up of players,
excited about her schedule, and generally
psyched to make it to the national collegiate
playoffs in November. She came out of the
game with the same attitude and a l-O
"We completely dominated them,"
Hunter said. "We outclassed them all over
the field. The girl who hit the goal (UNC-G's
Jill Masterson) was just lucky to have her
stick in the right place at the right time."
The Heels look for their first win in a 4
p.m. game today at Pfeiffer. Tuesday's game
went scoreless the first half because of tough
defensive efforts on both sides, according to
The winning score came late in the second
half when UNC-G double-teamed Tar Heel
goalie Mary Holzer. giving Masterman the
opportunity to ram in the game's only goal.
Hunter was pleased with the overall play
of her defense, which thwarted 14
Greensboro scoring attempts, but said the
team's biggest problem is "a lack of scoring
punch on the front line."
Hunter plans to make several lineup
changes for today's game in Misenheimer.
Libby Mathiason will play left wing, Laurie
Ginter moves to left inner and freshman
Laura Bauman will start at wing.
Hunter is not very worried about today's
game with Pfeiffer. Last year the Tar Heels
defeated it 4-0 in a game more lopsided than
the score indicated.
"We should beat them easily," Hunter
said. "They don't have the experience that
most field hockey teams do in the Deep
N.C. State scored five straight points
behind the serving of Olga de Souza and the
net play of Donna Andrews to erase an 11-10
Carolina lead in the fourth set and complete
a 1 5-9, 7-15,15-11,15-11 women's volleyball
win over Carolina Tuesday night in Raleigh.
The contest was the season opener for
both squads and the coaching debut for
State coach Nora Lynn Finch.
"We had a good overall team effort and we
executed our offense well, but we made too
many fundamental errors," UNC Coach
Beth Miller said. "1 don't want to take
anything away from State, though. They
played real well."
Carolina's effort was led by Carolyn
Hawkins and Donna Gutterman, while
Andrews aided the Wolfpack with 11
"We were ready for a match and I couldn't
think of a better way to open my coaching
career at N.C. State than with a win over
Carolina," Finch said.
The Tar Heels will meet Appalachian
State and East Carolina in a tri-match at 7
p.m. Friday in Carmichael Auditorium.