Wake Forest's women's tennis team has
been touted as the best ever at the school.
That is probably true, but Carolina had little
problem in downing the Deacons 9-0
Tuesday in Winston-Salem.
The Tar Heels dropped only two sets all
day in taking their third win in as many tries
this fall, leaving Coach Kitty Harrison still
high on her squad.
"We just played super," she said after the
match. "Wake's really moved up over last
year. They're not as far behind Duke and us
as they were before. We're really pleased."
The only problem Carolina had in singles
was at No. 2, where Carney Timberlake
dropped the first set, but came back to take
the next two. The situation was similar to
one Saturday when she lost a first-set
tiebreaker at Princeton, then dropped the
next set at love.
"She pulled herself back up this time,"
Harrison said. "This shows she can come
back. She'd played this girl before, and knew
she could beat her thatlielped."
The other set UNC lost was in the No. I
doubles, where Timberlake and Lloyd
Hatcher lost the first but came back to win.
Singles: Susie Black d. Cindy Corey 6-3, 6
I; Carney Timberlake d. Jeannie Eldridge 2
6, 6-4, 6-2; Lloyd Hatcher d. Donna Snipes
6-4, 6-2; Margaret Scott d. Ann Phelps 6-2,
6-2; Betty Baugh Harrison d. Ann Konhaus
6-2, 6-2; Janet Shands d. Mary Chapman
Doubles: Timberlake-Hatcher d.
Eldridge-Chapman 3-6, 7-5, 6-2; Black-Lisa
Dodson d. Corey-Phelps 6-3, 7-5; Scott
Anne Frautschi d. Snipes-Peggy Sheehan 6
- WILL WILSON
by 22 strokes
The UNC women's golf team, led by
medalist Stephanie Kornegay, toppled Duke
by 22 strokes, 329-351, yesterday on Finley
The win, Carolina's fourth straight, came
more easily than Coach Dot Gunnells
expected. "I thought it would be closer than
it was," she said. "But, they're better than
their scores indicate."
Kornegay, who shot an 80, was followed
by Duke's Debbie Stewart with an 82.
Duke's No. 1 golfer Amy Gibbons shot a 92,
including 45 putts.
Susan Cary and Cathy Graham shot 84 for
the Heels and Maureen Long 85.
The scores were higher than usual because
of maintenance on the greens.
"Overall, I'm very pleased with all my
golfers," Gunnells said. "I guess this time last
year I would have been delighted with a 329,"
Janet H aire shot a 78 and pulled the
Carolina B team to within one shot of Duke
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Allison's injury not fatal
Red Raiders boast quick
Rod Broadway (70) and Ken Sheets (89) are two of the defensive players responsible
for holding Carolina's opponents to only 17 points this season. Staff photo by
By GENE IPCHl RCH
Carolina will know a loi more about its
football team after battling Texas Tech here
Despite losing its starting quarterback,
Tech will be anything but a pushover for
Carolina in the Tar Heels' second home
game of the season. For one, the Red
Raiders have excellent talent all the way
down the line to fill in the void left by the
injured Heisman Trophy prospect Rodney
For another, the Red Raiders will be
hopping mad at dropping from sixth place
last week in the national coaches college
football poll to 19th this week.
Allison. Tech's standout quarterback, was
injured in Tech's 33-17 loss Saturday to
Texas A&M. A small bone in his left leg
Carolina soccer visits Davidson
By TOD HUGHES
Sporting some old faces in new places, the UNC soccer team visits
Davidson today in search of a victory which would propel it back
over the .500 mark.
The Heels (2-2) are making some line-up changes following their
loss to Rollins that they hope will add punch to the offense and spell
trouble fpr the Wildcats. Junior Dick Drayton has been moved to the
forward line from the midfield to add some needed experience.
Drayton has played at the striker position before, having led UNC in
scoring in 1974 and 1976, so he has experience in putting the ball in
Sophomore David Blum has been moved from wing fullback to
the midfield, where Coach Anson Dorrance believes he can better
contribute by utilizing his potential scoring ability. The Heels
suffered a critical injury Monday when senior goalie Lee Horton
broke his leg in practice. Horton is expected to be out for six weeks.
Junior varsity goalie Kevin Kane has been brought up to the varsity
to provide a backup for Martin Trimble.
Last year Carolina blanked Davidson 3-0.
"But it wasn't as if we pushed them all around." Dorrance said.
"Two years ago thpy took us into overtime. We expect them to play
well on their own field. I'm looking for a one or two-goal game."
In practice. Dorrance has had the team working on keeping the
ball on the ground; the Heels' tendency to put too many balls up in
the air in the middle hurt them in the Rollins match.
The strategy will be to attack Davidson from the beginning, and
score a couple of goals early. Putting Drayton on the line and Blum in
the middle was done with this objective in mind. Dorrance plans to
start out in a 4-3-3 offensive alignment to try to score quickly, and
then will drop his team back into the 1-3-1-3-2 in which the Heels
played Rollins head-to-head for the bulk of that game, until the Tar's
first goal forced Carolina back into its offensive alignment.
But Davidson is not Rollins, and the strategy the' Heels are
banking on should pay better dividends today.
Offense changed for field hockey
By ISABEL WORTHY
After whipping Pfeiffer 6-0 last week, the
UNC field hockey team plans to juggle its
line-up once more in an effort to get the
perfect offensive combination for its game
against Appalachian State today at 3:30 p.m.
For the game against a team that Tar Heel
Coach Dolly Hunter calls "the one my
players want to beat more than any other
team they play all season," Hunter will shift
last season's scoring ace Vicki Greenwood
from link to inner. She will be teamed with
Libby Mathiason, Bashi Buba (four goals
Carolina's women's i ivolleyball team
travels to Boone today for a trimatch against
Appalachian State and Lenoir Rhyne. The
match is scheduled to begin at 3 p.m.
against Pfeiffer) and Laurie Ginter (two
against Pfeiffer), to create "a forward line
with dynamic scorers."
The Tar Heels defeated the Mountaineers
2-0 last fall in Chapel Hill, but Hunter says
she knows she cannot compare App's team
this year with the one last year. "They had a
hockey camp in Boone this summer and were
taught by British coaches. Their skill level is
so much better, and they really play
intelligently," she said.
After the varsity has it out with ASU. the
UNC junior varsity will be itching to get into
action as it plays the Appalachian junior
varsity for its season opener. "Freshman
Alison Swift, playing right inner, should lead
the JV's attack, with help coming from the
right wing either Laura Bauman or
Margaret Talman, two freshmen with "lots
of potential" who are competing for the
slot," Hunter said.
Defensively, the JV should prove tough
with varsity sweeper Ann Philbrick and
experienced sophomore Betsy Fahl at goalie.
Fall baseball takes two from Wingate
Carolina's fall baseball team overcame a
three-day layoff from practice to defeat
Wingate 7-4 and 3-0 Monday night in a
Boshamer Stadium doubleheader.
Catcher Dwight Lowery's two-run single
highlighted a four-run sixth-inning Tar Heel
rally in the first game. Carolina trailed 4-3
entering the inning.
In the second contest, Carolina scored all
three of its runs in the fourth inning in taking
the shutout win.
Coach Mike Roberts said the Tar Heels
were a little sluggish after not practicing for
three days, but he was pleased with his team's
play and improvement.
Carolina plays Pfeiffer in another
doubleheader at 7 p.m. Wednesday in
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snapped on a tackle near the end of the third
quarter of that game with Tech leading 17
14. A&M came back in the last quarter of the
game on field goals and an interception that
was run back for a touchdown.
"Allison is an excellent player." UNC
Coach Bill Dooley said Tuesday as he looked
ahead to the Tech game Saturday. "But a
year ago Texas Tech lost their quarterback,
and Allison came in. The starter never got his
Tres Adami. a junior who has never
started a game for Tech. w ill start against
Carolina. Dooley said Adami (pronounced
ADD-uh-mee) is similar to Allison at the
quarterback spot for Tech. but there always
is a reasonable doubt in a coach's mind w hen
his team faces a quarterback nobody has
"With Allison, you know pretty much
what they'll do." he said. "With Adami. we
don't know much about him. We know he's
an excellent passer. We expect them to gear
their offense to what Adami does best."
The game will be a challenge for Carolina
because Tech is a nationally-ranked team,
but it will be important for Carolina to sec if
it can maintain the momentum it has picked
up in the last two games, scoring 72 points
and allowing only seven.
"Texas Tech has a good defensive team."
Dooley said. "They're not as big as Kentucky
(Carolina lost 10-7). but they're much
Dooley said the Red Raiders present an
unusual problem for Carolina's offense a
problem that plagued the Tar Heels against
"They have a multiple-style defense," he
said. Very rarely, Dooley said, will Tech line
up on defense in the same formation as the
play before. Carolina's young quarterbacks
had trouble reading the Kentucky defense
and were hit with several delay-of-game
penalties w hile the quarterback tried to read
the changing defense.
"They swarm the ballcarrier," he said.
"They have excellent speed. We have some
inexperience in our offensive line. They're
going to have to block every defense in the
book and some that aren't in the book. We
can't have any missed assignments.
"Allison is not their whole team," he said.
"They have a lot of other ammunition
besides him. We haven't faced a team this
explosive all season. They deserve the high
ranking they have had. They have that
caliber of a football team. We have the
respect of their players, and they return most
of the plavers that went 10-2 last season."
An important squad meeting for members
of the women's track team and all other
interested persons will be held today at 4:30
at Feter Field.
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