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Kornegay 3rd in individual play
Women golfers finish third
By KEN ROBERTS
Stff Writer
The UNC women's golf team held on to
third place with a 653 in the Lady Tar Heel in
the second and final round Tuesday at Finley
Golf Course.
Furman, ranked third nationally, eased to
the title with a 620 in its first action of the
season. Florida State finished 22 strokes
behind the Lady Paladins in second place.
Carolina edged out Georgia by one stroke
for third, dropping all but one stroke of the
nine-stroke advantage they held after the
first round Monday. 7. ;". '
Other team scores were: Wake Forest,
666; Duke, 681; Auburn, 693; Furman
second team, 702; UNC second team, 716;
Marshall, 729; Madison, 738; Longwood,
745; Duke second team, 745; Meredith,
1010.
Furman Coach Gary Meredith was
slightly disappointed with the performance
of his golfers.
MWe had a 306 yesterday which is not a
bad score, but today we just didn't seem to be
able to crank it up," he said.
Furman senior Beth Daniel did crank it
up, winning the tournament from among the
field of over 80 golfers. '
Terps- Tar Heels: much
By GENE UPCHURCH
Sports Editor
When the dust clears Saturday over Byrd
Stadium in College Park, Md., one team will
have an advantage as the 1977 ACC football
race draws near an end.
The game between Carolina and
Maryland is the "semi-final" game of the
ACC race. If Maryland wins the battle, it will
have a 5-1 conference record and only
Virginia left on its ACC schedule. Carolina
will have one loss and two wins with
Clemson the next week followed by Virginia
and Duke.
If, on the other hand, Carolina wins the
contest, it will have an unblemished league
record meeting tough Clemson and two
Hockey edges
UNC assistant field hockey coach
Dorothy Dilliplane put it euphemistically,
"We have a lot left that nohody saw today."
I n plain talk, the Tar H eels played just well
enough Tuesday to get by Duke 1-0 on a goal
scored by freshman wing Kim Zimmerman
just eight minutes into the first half.
After that goal, the Heels made some solid
shots that just missed. They let themselves
get behind on defense, forcing tough play in
the circle and a lot of gutsy saves by goalie
MaryHolzer. r.
"There were gaps between the line and the ,
defense," Dilliplane said'. "They got behind
and then tried to overcompensate and
panicked a little in there. But overall, the
defense played well in the circle they
Orange soccer set
Orange County Soccer Club will play
Winston-Salem International Team at 8
p.m. Wednesday on the astroturf field.
Todd Johnson and Bob Anderson will
start at fullbacks while Matt Mauro and
Richard Meyer will play midfield in this
nonconference game. Strikers will feature
Kevin Stone and Brenden Flannery.
Admission is free.
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The two-time U.S. Women's Amateur
Champion shot a 72, giving her a two-day
total of 145 for a three-stroke win.
Georgia's Terri Moody overtook
Carolina's Stephanie Kornegay for second
with a 73-148. Kornegay dropped to 77-151
to claim third place.
UI made a couple of mental errors,"
Kornegay said. "Those are the kinds of
things you do. But I enjoyed playing with
Beth (Daniels). 1 think I learned a lot."
UNC women's golf coach Dot Gunnells
spearheaded the second annual tournament,
and although the Heels were unable to
defend their title, she was happy with the
finish.
"1 am pleased; the team did not play real
well. I had two golfers (Kornegay and Susan
Cary), do well," she said.
"Two very good teams beat us," she said,
"but we can play better."
Cary shot an 83 to give her a 160 lor the
tournament. Bonnie Bell fell to an 87 for a
total of 170; Janet Haire shot 86 both days
for a 172.
Florida State's coach, Rick Trenary, was
not satisfied completely with the second
place finish by his I2th-ranked team. "Well,
there's only one thing as good as first place.
opportunities after that to clinch the title.
But, before all this even can be thought
about, some dust must be kicked up on the
Terrapins' home field.
"Anytime a game means this much from
the standpoint of the ACC race," UNC
coach Bill Dooley said Tuesday, "it's a big
game. If we're to have a shot at the title, it's a
must game for us. Both teams will be ready
to play. They have a good team and we have
a good team."
Carolina's defense, which has been highly
touted all season and leads the nation in
scoring defense, will meet the stiffest test of
the season Saturday. Maryland's offense is
recovering from injuries and adjusting to a
replacement quarterback while looking
more and more like Maryland teams of the
Duke on Zimmerman goal
didn't allow any goals."
Dilliplane said the Heels' slightly sub-par
performance was due to "forgetfulness" and
a failure to take the Duke game seriously.
"I think this game will indicate to them
that they'll have to be more serious in the
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"If we're going to have any hope of being a
contender for the ACC title, this is a must
football game." Dooley said. "Maryland, if
they want to repeat as ACC champions,
must win this game. That's enough incentive
to get both teams up."
"Larry Dick is a tremendous
quarterback," Dooley said. Dick is starting
for injured Mark Manges and is getting more '
experience at the quarterback spot. Manges,
who was regarded highly in preseason and
called by some the league's best quarterback,
was injured late in the Terrapin win over
Clemson in the opening game of the season.
Tailback Steve Atkins has recovered from
a knee injury and again is booming up the
middle against opponents.
state tournament (next week). It's not gonna
be easy," Dilliplane said.
Before the tourney, the Heels will face
Wake Forest at home Thursday and High
Point at home Nov. 2.
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their 3 p.m. match today in Raleigh. Staff
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"He's like u bowling ball hilling bowling
pins." Dooley said. "He and (Alvin) Mattox
give Maryland a strong running game.
Maitox is like a waterbug. He has good
cutting ability."
Carolina's defense will (ace a tough test
because of the Terrapins' versatility and
ability to either run or throw the ball.
But Maryland's strong point, just as it
always has been, is its defense the wide-tackle-six.
"Maryland puts emphasis on its defense,"
Dooley said. "They make things happen with
their eight-man front line. We must be able
to throw the ball when they get up on the line
and run with it when they drop back.
"There are not many teams that still use
the wide-tackle-six," Dooley said. "So, it's
sometimes hard to prepare for it. You need
completely different techniques."
Dooley said the combination of versatile
offense and tough defense is a combination
which the Tar Heels have not faced this
season.
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By TOD HI CUES
StafT Writer
Seeking revenge for last year, the UNC
booters travel to Raleigh today to tangle
with the N.C. State Wolfpaek.
Last season the Heels beat State 4-1 in a
non-conference game early in the year, only
to suffer a heartbreaking 2-I overtime defeat
to the Pack in the season finale. I he Heels
had entered the last three games of the 1 976
season with an impressive 9-2 record, but a I
0 loss to Duke in which the Heels outshot the
Blue Devils 36-2 set the team up for a
letdown. Clemson shelled Carolina 8-0, and
the Heels went into the State game with a
poor attitude and lost in overtime to close
out a 9-5 season.
Coach Anson Dorrance said the team is
psyched emotionally for the game today.
"They get up for any ACC game,"
Dorrance said, "but last year's defeat left a
bitter taste in our mouths."
Dorrance was in Durham last Friday
afternoon to watch State lose in overtime to
Duke, 2-0. Despite the fact that State scored
both goals for Duke on miskicks by Pack
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defenders trying to clear the ball out from in
front of the goal. Dorrance was impressed
with the Pack's potential.
"Those types of errors are rare," Dorrance
said. "And if they eliminate those errors,
they'll be tough. Their goaltender is
excellent, they have a tough defense and a
fast forward line, and they never give up."
Dorrance said the Heels would have to
stop two Pack players, sophomore striker
Greg Myren, a very aggressive, all-around
player, and Brazilian freshman Jose De
Soua. DeSou7a is a dangerous scoring
threat, who plays like a striker at his midfield
position. Dorrance said both these players
had "the potential to run rampant over us,"
so the Heels will be guarding themcarefully.
"To score on them," Dorrance said, "we'll
have to shoot very well. Our defense should
contain their forward line. But the midfield is
also their strength, so the game w ill probably
be decided there. It should be an interesting
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Dorrance plans to bring the team out
cautiously in its 4-3-3 alignment, then switch
to a 4-2-4 if the Heels successfully are
penetrating the State defense.
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