4 The Daily Tar Heel Monday. October 10. 1977
Harriers third in lennessee
By SKIP FOREMAN .
Tennessee was not too hospitable as
host of its own cross country
championship this past weekend in
Knoxvillc, Tenn. It capitalized on the
talents of a former Volunteer ail
American runner and a red-shirt from
the school to take first place. Upstart
Kentucky finished second, and the
Carolina cross country squad took
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Ralph King, who finished third. Gary
Hofstetter, who'usually finishes right on
the heels of King in just about every
raee, took ninth place.
Dave Drechsel, who finished seventh
on the team and 39th for the meet, said
the team basically was pleased with its
"It was a great experience for us,"
Drechsel said. "It was a real good
course, and our performance was a
preview of the NCAA district meet."
Drechsel said the course was in no
way similar to Carolina's course at the
l inley Golf Course. Tennessee's course
is characterized by many hills and few
level areas. It was the heels, Drechsel
said, that helped out the Tennessee
runners in the end.
"No one (Carolina runners) was really
disappointed. We did fairly well
considering the time of the season."
Drechsel also said he thought the
team should have finished second, and
the team as a whole thought it should
have overtaken Kentucky.
The cross country squad returns to
the Triangle next Saturday to face
Duke. The Blue Devils split a three-way
meet with Wake Forest and State this
past Saturday. The Devils lost to N.C.
State 21-34 and squeaked by the
Women's golf 2nd
The UNC women's golf team was
unsuccessful in its attempt to defend the
N.C. Association of I ntercollegiate Athletics
for Women (AIAW) State Tournament Oct.
6 and 7 in Boone.
The Heels dropped to second behind
Wake Forest and were followed by Duke.
Leading the Deacons to their five-stroke win
was individual winner Amy Geithner.
Janet Haire, a UNC sophomore, trailed
Geithner by two strokes to capture second
place. Her second-day 79 was one of two
sub-80 scores in the tournament.
Freshman Cathy Graham followed her
teammate by five shots in placing third.
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victory Saturday. Carolina travels to Charlottesville Tuesday to face Virginia. Staff
photo by Allen Jernigan.
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The UNC soccer team continued to put it
all together with a convincing 5-1 win over
Furman Saturday at Fetzer Field.
It took only six minutes for Sean Naber to
find the net for the Heels, off a David Blum
assist. Carolina (5-2-1) utilized a great
passing game, some good one-on-one play,
and fancy footwork to Roy Baroff to
dominate the Paladins. UNC's strikers took
repeated shots during the next 30 minutes
but couldn't stick it in.
The defense continued to sparkle, and
finally at the 11-minute mark, John
Fernandez fed Blum for the Heels' second
goal. Within two minutes, the score was 3-0,
as Brian Dunigan scored his first varsity goal
after being brought up from the junior
Furman did manage to get on the
scoreboard on a contested goal with six
minutes left in the half, but Carolina
retaliated quickly, as Baroff scored, assisted
by John Mansfield, padding the lead at 4-1
as the period ended.
The defense was the story in the second
half, as neither team could score for 30
minutes. Dorrance began resting his starters,
and got good play from his. subs. With 14
minutes left, Billy Propster closed out the
day's scoring an another assist by Mansfield.
"Defensively we played real well,"
Dorrance said. "Hugh Bennett and Peter
Griffin, along with Glenn Harris, Ed
Fenimore and Baroff have really jelled.
We're at the point where we've got a heck of a
defensive team now."
Dorrance admitted that the Heels were
looking past this game to the start of the
Atlantic Coast Conference season, and
weren't particularly psyhced for the
"When you win a game you're not up for,
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