4 The Daily Tar Heel Monday, October 3,
Continued from page 1 .
"They were mixing up their defense and
putting pressure on the quarterback,"
Dooley said. "They (Tech) didn't make the
mistakes they made (in a 33-17 loss) against
Carolina's receivers had trouble holding
onto passes and completed only four of 16
attempts for 76 yards. Early in the second
quarter, Christensen threw to Delbert
Powell for a 46-yard gain. But Lawrence was
thrown for a loss, Christensen was sacked
and an incomplete pass was thrown, setting
up the wide Biddle field goal.
"We'd get something going, then break
down," Dooley said. "You've got to give
Texas Tech credit for that. They knew we
had two quarterbacks who hadn't been in
that situation before."
Dooley said he kept hoping Kupec, who
strained a knee and sprained an ankle
against Northwestern last week, would be
able to play against Tech. Kupec should be
able to play Saturday against Wake Forest.
Billy Johnson also did not play much,
carrying twice for a one-yard gain and a one
yard loss. Johnson is also recovering from a
knee injury and missed several days of
"The effort was there," Dooley said. "It's
just one of those games were we came out on
the short end."
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Harriers smash Terps
for third ACC victory
The Carolina cross-country team took a big step towards next weekend's
invitational meet in Tennessee and a possible Atlantic Coast Conference
championship Saturday as it whipped Maryland 18-41 on the Maryland golf
Ralph King set the pace for the harriers, covering the 5.2 mile course in 25:47.
Teammate Gary Hofstetter finished second. Dave Cornwell of Maryland took
The women's cross-country team dropped its third ACC match to the Maryland
runners, 17-45. The Maryland women also defeated George Mason College 15-50.
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By ISABEL WORTHY
The UNC field hockey team took a trip to
Virginia this weekend, anticipating some
good competition and a lot of learning from
its northern neighbors, but it did not expect
the three-game trip to improve its won-lost
But at the end of Saturday, the Heels' 2-1
recordhad improved to 4-1-1 , following 2-0
win over Roanoke, a 3-0 win over Virginia
Tech and a scoreless tie against Hollins.
Carolina Coach Dolly Hunter called the
weekend a successful one, saying the team
really considered Friday's tie with Hollins a
victory of sorts since it did score three goals,
which were all called back, and the game was
played under circumstances not conducive
to Carolina's best play.
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takes two wins, one tie
were forced to play with only 10 minutes of
warm-up instead of their usual hour,
according to Hunter. "We were stiff. We
weren't psyched to play after just getting off
the bus," Hunter said. "It was frustrating
because we couldn't play up to par."
In spite of the bad conditions, the Tar
Heels were able to dominate play in the first
half of the game, Hunter said. Bashi Buba,
Laurie G inter and Vicki Greenwood all
scored goals but were called for fouls, thus
nullifying the goals and leaving the game
scoreless. Hunter praised goalie Mary
Holzer's effort in the game.
Early the next day, Carolina faced
Roanoke, the biggest surprise in the series.
From hearsay, the Heels expected this game
to be the easiest of the weekend, but after
playing Roanoke, UNC called it the toughest
While Buba got both goals. Hunter
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Goalie Martin Trimble
singled out link Sue McCandless as the
player of the game. "She gave the effort of
three players out there," Hunter said, "and
that's no exaggeration. She had unlimited
energy and was all over the field." Freshmen
halfbacks Joanne Fresco and Joan Zabriske
and goalie Holzer also drew praise from
Hunter in the Heels' third win of the season.
The game against VPI, which was
expected to be the toughest of the weekend,
turned out to be the easiest. Before the game,
Hunter worried that her players would come
out flat after playing two draining games in
' the preceding 24 hours, but to her delight,
"They played perfectly."
"The passing was beautiful, and we were
much faster 10 times faster than they
were," she said. Buba again racked up two
goals one on a Vicki Greenwood assist
and the other on a breakaway (similar to a
fast break in basketball), and Greenwood
got the other goal on an assist from Buba.
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Hee soccer gets early start,
demolishes High Point, 6-1
By TOD HUGHES
Wasting little time in getting started, the
UNC soccer team ran away from H igh Point
6-1 Saturday at Fetzer Field.
Just over a minute into the game, a High
Point player tripped "a Carolinian in " the
penalty area, and UNC's Dick Drayton
converted the penalty kick into a goal by
crisply inserting the ball into the right-hand
corner of the net.
With many penalties called, play tended to
stagnate in the middle, although the Heels
did succeed in applying more pressure on the
High Point defense. In a nine-minute span,
Carolina gave the Panther goaltender little
room for relaxation. A hard shot by Drayton
was batted away at the 27-minute mark;
seven minutes later Roy Baroffs foot and the
ball met in the vicinity of the goalie's
stomach on a skirmish in front of the net.
Two minutes later, Butch Bernard launched
a bullet on the run that soared just over the
High Point got a break immediately after,
with a Tar Heel infraction setting up a
Panther penalty kick, which eluded Martin
Trimble and knotted the score at 1-1.
The Heels struck back quickly five
minutes later to forge ahead once again. The
ball took a UNC bounce over the High Point
goalie's head, and Baroff followed it home
into the goal, assisted by Olaf
It was in the second half, however, that the
floodgates opened for Carolina's offense.
Play began like an instant-replay of the first
half. With only four minutes gone, High
Point was caught for another penalty in the
box, and Drayton calmly deposited his
second goal into the net, upping the lead to 3
1. At the I8-minute mark, John Fernandez
slid a pass to Sean Naber on the right wing,
who drilled a beautiful cross-shot into the
left-hand corner of the goal. Coach Anson
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Dorrance began liberally inserting his
reserves, who also got into the scoring act.
Seven minutes after Naber's tally, Billy
Propster took the ball away from the
Panther defense and propelled it past the
shell-shocked High Point keeper.
Adding insult to injury, the officials
detected a flagrant penalty by a Panther
player, his second such misdemeanor of the
game. He was awarded a red card, resulting
in his departure from the game. High Point
was forced to play 10 men on 1 1 for the final
With seven minutes left, UNC took
advantage of its third penalty kick of the
game to close out the scoring. Three
Carolina players set up in front of the ball as
a screen. The ball was tapped to the right,
and junior Tom Cope knocked it in to finish
a satisfying 6-1 rout.
Next the Heels take aim at Appalachian
State when they travel to Boone for a night
Carolina used strong overall offensive,
play Friday to bury Guilford College 15-3,
15-7 and 15-7 in a women's volleyball match
Donna Gutterman served 11 straight
points in the opening game to out the Tar
Heels far ahead; Guilford never was close in
any of the games.
"I guess the most impressive thing about
the match was that everybody played, and
everybody played well," UNC coach Beth
Miller said. "We used a variety of players,
and they all did a good job. We got some
good offensive play in particular."
Miller pointed to the overalf play of
Gutterman, Carolyn Hawkins and Sue
Strahl as leading the UNC sweep. The Tar
Heels are now 6-1.
Carolina hosts High Point and Virginia
Commonwealth in a tri-match at 7 p.m.
Tuesday in Carmichael Auditorium.
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