Field hockey finds right combination
in 5-1 win over Appalachian State
For the first time this season, the UNC
field hockey team put together the perfect
lineup and the perfect psyche and the result
was a near-perfect and quite satisfying game
of hockey and a 5-1 win over Appalachian
. The M ountaineers had the strong wind at
their backs in the first half and knocked in
the only goal of the half, putting the pressure
on UNC to come back. . The Tar Heels
responded to that pressure about the same
way a can of beer responds to a good
"The best way to describe it was that they
just exploded right there on the field," Coach
Dolly Hunter said. "We had the wind at our
backs (in the second half),and we just flew."
And while H unter lauded the whole team
for its offensive-minded play, she had to
single out inner Vicki Greenwood for an
exceptional performance. Greenwood
scored the first, second and fourth goals, all
on assists from wing Laurie Ginter, and
played what H unter called "the best game of
her career at Carolina" no small
compliment to a player of national
, Greenwood's sidekick, inner Bashi Buba,
and center halfback Laurie Woodward
accounted for the other goals while the Tar
Heels kept the ball in App territory
throughout the second half. "The whole
team became offensive," Hunter said. "The
defense even acted offensively; they (ASU)
didn't make one attempt on our goalie the
at Guilford today
Carolina women's volleyball team broke a
10-10 tie with five straight points in the third
game Wednesday to take a 4-15, 15-7, 15-10
win over Lenoir-Rhyne. The Tar Heels also
claimed a 15-6, 15-9 win over Appalachian
State in the tri-match played in Boone.
UNC trailed 2-7 in the third game of the L
R match, but Carolyn Hawkins' serving and
spiking pulled the Heels even. UNC Coach
Beth Miller pointed to the play of Donna
j Gutterman, Mary Alice Abdalla, Jackie
Kimbro, Jane Foley, Cindy Adcock and Sue
I Strahl as being instrumental in the two
victories, which lifted the UNC season mark
j "We tried to play a lot of people in the two
I matches," Miller said. "In the first one we
I played well offensively and Appalachian
I didn't seem to get anything going."
. , Carolina travels to Greensboro Friday for
a 5 p.m. match with Guilford.
"I haven't seen Guilford play," Miller said,
"but if they follow the same pattern they'll be
quick defensively. They never stop hustling.
If they play well they could win it. They're
not considered one of the strongest teams in
the state, but on any given day they could
hold their own against anyone."
Rec dept. football
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Registration for the Chapel Hill
Recreation Department's men's touch
football league continues through 5 p.m.
today. Twenty-man rosters for men 18 and
older will play games Sundays beginning
Oct. 9. For more information, stop by the
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Next action for the hockey players comes
this weekend when they travel to Roanoke.
Va., to play Hollins this afternoon and
Roanoke and Virginia Tech Saturday.
According to Hunter the Virginia schools
should give Carolina plenty of competition.
- ISABEL WORTHY
Football Rams lose to
Plagued by penalties and fumbles, the
UNC club football Rams dropped their
second game in three starts last weekend as
they lost by 14-0 to Atlanta Baptist in
The UNC team was shut out but gained
236 yards rushing.
Baptism's first score came after the Rams
had lost a fumble on their own 4 1 . After four
subsequent fumbles. Baptist got a big break
when UNC was called for pass interference
on the three. Five plays and another penalty
later, Baptist scored.
Most of the first half was a defensive
battle. The Rams advanced the football to
the Baptist 23 on one occasion but came up
without any points. Baptist was unable to
cross midfield in the first half, except for the
series involving the fumbles, and UNC
stopped the Baptists five times inside of their
In the second half, the story continued to
be one of missed opportunities for the club
Rams, as they penetrated deep into Baptist
territory on several occasions but were
unable to score. Baptist, on the other hand,
marched 68 yards early in the third period
for their second score. This turned out to be
the only Baptist penetration past midfield in
the second half, but it was enough to spell
defeat for the UNC squad.
Standouts for UNC in the Baptist game
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were tailback Leon Sturdivant and
quarterback Steve Stuuse, who helped
amass some of that 236 yards rushing. The
Club Rams are 1-0 in conference play and I
2 overall and will play Sunday at
The Carolina Godiva Track Club's
Hokum Karum race held last weekend at the
cross-country course near Finley Golf course
was a rousing success, as over 80 participants
ran in the 6 x Wi mile relay.
Godiva Track Club members took first
place in all of the divisions except for the
woman-woman team division which was
won by Kris Enrud and Sandra Smith of
Duke with a time of 56:13. The man-man
division was won by the team of Dave
Hamilton and Dave Cich with an
outstanding time of 41:00. Larry Hanson
and Bob Schaich of the Godiva Club
finished second with a 4 1 :39 time, and David
Hawkins and Fred Burch of Chapel Hill
were third at 41:56.
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Tennis subs down State, 9-0
By WILL WILSON
RALEIGH A coach in any sport likes
to have a contest in which a win is so assured
that the non-starters get a chance to play and
really feel a part of the team. In tennis, this is
especially important since no substitutes are
allowed during the match.
Bill Hall and Dave Vandenhroek were
tops in the Over 30 Division and finished
sixth overall with a (otal time of 44;58. The
man-woman division was copped by Allison
Goodall and Walter Fowler with a 45:38.
The individual split winners were Dave
Cich and Alison Goodall. Cich covered his
three I1: mile legs in a combined time of
20:23, while Goodall ran her 4': miles in
The Carolina Godiva Track Club will run
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