By TOD HUGHES
The UNC soccer team is in Boone today
for a night game against Appalachian State.
The Heels have ample reason to get
psyched for today's match: the
Mountaineers are an extremely talented
team, currently ranked 16th in the nation.
ASU has recruited many Nigerian players
who bring experience and skilled play to the
UNC coach Anson Dorrancesaid ASU's
recruiting techniques are similar to
Clemson's, another heavily foreign-recruited
team. In both cases, the foreign players have
helped turn their respective teams into soccer
powers. ASU lost to Clemson 2-0 this year, a
very respectable score against last season's
fourth best team in the country.
"They're very good," Dorrance said of the
Apps. "It would be a phenomenal upset for
us to win."
Recently ASU played High Point, which
lost to UNC 6-1, and won 3-2. But according
to High Point coach Ken Chartier, ASU's
technique was so good that it only misplayed
about four balls all day. The Apps
dominated the game so completely that they
started relaxing, which enabled High Point
to stay in the game.
Dorrance expects ASU to come out
attacking, and his strategy is to counter by '
putting the team into its 1-3-1-3-2 defensive
alignment in which the Heels played well
By GENE UPCHURCH
Carolina's football game against Wake
Forest here Saturday is the start of
something new for the Tar Heels.
"It's like the start of a new season for us,"
UNC coach Bill Dooley said Tuesday at his
weekly press conference.
Dooley probably would like to start the
season again. His team has dropped two 10-7
games to top 20-ranked teams in the four
games played this season and opens the
Atlantic Coast Conference season against a
ECU gets baseball win
East Carolina scored six runs in the
second inning and went on to end
UNC's six-game winning streak with a
7-3 victory in a fall baseball game
Monday night in Greenville.
Roy Clark's two-run homer led the
Tar Heels' hitting.
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6:30 doubleheader Wednesday night in
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potentially explosive Wake team.
"They're like a dynamite keg waiting to
explode," he said. "They have the right
One of the "right" people for Wake is
sophomore tailback James McDougald,
who played only half the game in the
Deacons' 26-17 loss to Purdue last weekend
because of some minor injuries. McDougald
has picked up 4 15 yards already this season.
"If we hope to stop Wake, we must at least
slow-down McDougald," Dooley said.
Quarterback Mike McGlamry is another
Deacon threat, Dooley said. McGlamry has
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season, most of them to tight end Steve
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"They have good personnel," Dooley said.
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from last year." The Deacons finished with a
5-6 record last season.
Injuries played a significant role in
Carolina's loss to Texas Tech last weekend.
Quarterback Matt Kupec saw no action
against the Red Raiders and Dooley
admitted that might have hurt the Tar Heels.
"Matt has had his feet to the fire before,"
he said. "It might have helped to have him in
the game, but that's no excuse."
Kupec is practicing this week, but is not
100 percent, Dooley said. A decision will be
made later this week about whether he will
play against Wake. He injured his knee and
ankle against Northwestern but dressed for
the Texas Tech game.
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Women's IM participation balloons
It used to be that girls were never
thought of as much more than pretty,
dainty figures. Participation in anything
sporting or recreational was taboo.
But things have changed.
Today women are participating in, as
well as viewing with interest, all kinds of
sports. And although men still
outnumber women in intramural
participation at UNC, women are
becoming involved in IMs in increasing
"It's more of a social aspect for our
dorm," said Cindy Kress, Parker's
intramural manager. "There are a lot of
athletic women in Parker and we have
somewhat of a tradition in intramurals,
but it's still mostly just for the fun and
participation of it that we play
"Here at Aycock the competition is
not as stiff as over at Parker. It's just
something to do," said Linda Grilc.
Aycock's intramural manager.
, Intramurals is a way of beginning
friendships," said Cathy Campbell,
Granville South's intramural manager.
"You get to know more and more girls
on your hall and have something to talk
with them about."
"We use it as a study break," said
Marsha Jeniins. Joyner's intramural
manager. "Wc hound them to sign-up. I
think they'll go crazy if they stay in the
needed to be able to run and cut with the leg.
He could get in more trouble if he were in
the game and couldn't do that. He looks
good right now, but he's not kill speed yet."
Clyde Christensen started the game at
quarterback instead of P. J. Gay because he
was more experienced, Dooley said.
"He'd been through two full spring
practices while P. J. had to miss spring
practice (for baseball)," Dooley said. "We
wanted someone with a little more
experience particularly against Texas Tech's
Billy Johnson, who opened the season at
the starting tailback spot, was played only
sparingly against Tech because of an injured
knee. Dooley said Johnson's knee is
recovering but no decision has been made yet
on whether Johnson will start against Wake.
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dorm too much."
Kress said that I'arkcrhas I SO women
and about 125 participate in one sport
or another. Both (nam ille and Aycock
managers said they usually get around
25 percent of their women out to play
one sport of another, while in Joyner
around 50 percent of the women are
involved in some intramural sport.
The most popular sports are team
sports, such as volleyball and
basketball, while the managers have
said they have trouble recruiting gills
lor track, an individual sport.
"I think it's that some of the girls are
scared to compete in individual sports,"
said l ain a Hoycc. Av cock's other
"Also, track is a sport that has many
varied events and it's single
elimination." she said.
"We're having trouble getting up
women to participate in track." Jenkins
said. "No one seems that interested in it.
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when Co-Rec sports are coming near.
"The women go cray. We team up
with I verctt and we can always counts
on two or three Co-Rec teams in some
Still, intramurals are usually played
more for the fun and activity involved,
and not so much lor the need to win.
"It's usually social up until the
playoffs," said Sandy 1 1 ill. Parker's
other intramural manager. " Then it's for
honors (of saying we won)."
"Once we get the girls to come out and
play they usually surprise themselves,"
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intramurals, what effect does it have on
"The referees tend to not take the
women's games as seriously as the
men's." Hill said.
"I can remember one game we played
when there were no penalties called at
all," Grizzle said.
On the whole, though, most of the
managers seemed to say that referees did
a good job of officiating their games,
even if they didn't take the women's
screaming at a supposed bad call
"You'd be surprised at how well our
girls take losses," Jenkins said. "I'm
usually il'C one most upset at the
Track siyn-ups end Wednesday while both
volleyball and inner tube polo entries will be
taken until Friday.
Starting this week there will be volleyball
games at noon every Tuesday and Thursday
in Woollen Gym. Everyone is invited.
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