Heel booters clip State, host UNGC
By TOD HUGHES
Responding to the challenges of a
determined N.C. State squad and poor
playing conditions, the Carolina soccer team
earned a satisfying 2-1 overtime victory on a
goal by John Mansfield in Raleigh.
The match garnered the Heels some
national recognition, as the contest was
designated the Pepsi-Cola Game of the
Week for this region of the Intercollegiate
Soccer Association of America (1SAA). The
game was played before the national ranking
board, which votes on the national poll
The game's most valuable player, selected
by the two coaches and the game officials.
was Tar Heel sophomore midfielder David
Blum. Blum is one of 16 athletes who will
receive certificates this week from the 1SAA,
signifying excellent play.
"It is a tremendous honor both lor him
and the program," coach Anson Dorrancc
said. "He played brilliantly the whole game,
scoring our first goal and making
outstanding plays all day long."
"It was a fantastic game," Dorrance said,
"very exciting to watch. We played well,
although we missed a lot of opportunities to
Playing conditions proved an additional
obstacle, The muddy ground taxed the
players by making for unsure footing.
In the first half of the overtime period.
Mansfield stuck in what proved to be the
winning goal with a head ball off of a John
Fernandez corner kick. State threatened a
few more times, but the Heels managed to
control the remainder of the game.
"It was probably our guttiest
performance." Dorrance said. "They were
really breathing down our necks alter their
Saturday at 2 p.m., the Heels take on
UNC-Charlotte on Fctzcr Field.
"They're not that strong," Dorrancc said,
"so we should win. But there will be a
tendency to relax and have a letdown, so 1
am worried about that. There's very little we
can do about it, just hope we can get up
enough to win.
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David Hamilton, left, JacK Bacneior and
David Henkens took part in the Atlantic
Coast Club Invitational Cross Country
meet last weekend. Photo by David
The Carolina women's field hockey team
overcame a case of the end of the season'
blues Thursday as it whipped Wake Forest 5
0, a score not indicative of the Heels
dominance of the game.
Junior forward Bashi Buba scored all five
goals in about every way imaginable, but it
was far from a one-woman show. It was
evident the Heels had it back together again
from the opening bully when Buba took it
down for a score within 15 seconds.
The Heels then went scoreless for most of
the first half until Buba knocked one in on a
semibreakaway with eight minutes left in the
J Vs down Meredith
, UNC's junior varsity women's tennis team
defeated Meredith, 9-0, in Raleigh Tuesday
to remain undefeated this fall. Carolina is 5-0
with two matches remaining in the season.
Singles: Gail Leopold d. Lindi lx 6-0. 6-0; Sarah Marr d. Meg
Randle S-7, 6-3, 6-J; Margaret Griffin d. Lee Welborn 6-3.6-3; Eve
Core d. Sara Granley 6-2, 6-0;Christy Click d. Pam Robertson 6-4,
6-2; Jennie Stafford d. Allison Brooks 6-2, 6-1.
Doubles; Griffin-Core d. Welborn-Brooks 8-3; Stafford-Ann
MartineHi d Betty Parker-Carol Muse 8-2; Merv Swain-Elizabeth
WolU d. Granley-Tammy Summers 8-2.
Foley, Tar Heels in Terp volleyball
By DINITA JAMES
Sometimes it's hard for a young woman to
compete athletically and still maintain her
femininity, but Jane Foley, a junior from
Champaign, 111., does it very well.
Foley, a member of the UNC women's
volleyball team, says she doesn't consider
herself a "jock."
"When someone askes me if I'm a jock, 1
always tell them that I'm a female student
athlete, so it depends on their definition of a
jock," she said.
"Volleyball is not one of the most feminine
sports," she said, "But it doesn't hurt my
femininity at all," she said.
Like any other athlete, Foley faces the
problem of combining academics with
sports. She said she puts her studies before
"Sometimes its hard to study before
The intramural tag football semifinals were
played Thursday night and the finals will be
played on Monday.
In the Daily Tar Heel on Thursday it was
reported that the finals would be held on Thursday
night. Because of inclement weather, the
semifinals were moved to Thursday forcing the
finals to be played Monday.
important matches," she said. "But if I can't
procrastinate because 1 don't have time to, I
budget my time better and get my studying
Another important facet of Foley's life is
her religion. "My faith in God makes a
difference in the way I play," she said. "If 1
need to rest my mind, I take time out to play.
It gets me organized again.
"If 1 had to rank things by importance,"
she said, "volleyball and school are
important, but (Jod comes first."
It's important to Foley to get her studying
and volleyball balanced this week because
she's got an important task ahead this
Carolina plays in the University of
Maryland Invitational Tournament today
and Saturday in College Park.
Eight teams will participate. Along with
the Tar Heels and the host school Maryland,
other schools include the University of
Delaware, University of Connecticut,
Georgetown University, University of
Virginia. Towson State and N.C. State.
Maryland should prove to be the team's
toughest opponent in the tournament, but
Foley thinks the lar Heels are capable of
beating the Terps and winning the
tournament. "We're ready to take on
anybody right now." she said.
"Our mental attitude is good for the whole
team," she said. "We're excited about
playing and have just the right amount of
confidence, not too much, not too little."
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Godiva climbs track ladder
with Atlantic Coast triumph
I he Carolina Godiva Track Club emerged
last weekend as a powerful force in area
running by taking first place in the Atlantic
Coast Club Invitational Cross Country
Meet. This was a showcase event for area
and regional club teams and perhaps the
premier event of its kind ever held in the
Even though it was one of the youngest
teams participating in the meet, Godiva was
able to thrust itself to the front of the pack by
placing its first five runners in the top 12
finishers. This consistent performance
allowed Godiva to outpoint the established
North Carolina Track Club, the No. 1 club in
the state in recent years. Eight of the top ten
finishers in the Atlantic Coast Club
Invitation came from either Carolina
Godiva or North Carolina Track Club.
One of the highlights of the event was the
return to competitive running by former
Olympian Jack Bachelor. The lanky
Bachelor took second in the event which
covered 10.000 meters (just over 6.2 miles)
w ith a time of 32.03. The fastest runner was
Gareth Hayes, a member of the North
Carolina Club and a former clubmate of
Bachelor, who finished in 31.46. Bachelor
competed for the Florida Track Club.
For Carolina Godiva, former ACC
running rivals Richard Schwartz and Dave
Hamilton led the way with 32.10 and 32.16.
respectively. Schwartz was third overall and
Hamilton was behind him in fourth place.
Dave Cich was 7th (32.50), Roland Rust
By DAVID POOLE
placed 8th (33.10) and Bill Hall was 12th.
Godiva was first with 34 points while the
North Carolina Track Club was second with
39. The Greenville, S.C. Track Club was a
distant third with 91 while Duke University's
"B" Team came in fourth at 118. North
Carolina "B" Team edged Carolina Godiva
"B" for fifth.
A caravan will leave at I p.m. Sunday
from Navy Field to travel to the UNC Club
Football team's game at N.C. State, a game
to determine the leader of the area club
Chip Hamrick is the president of the UNC
Football Club and the citations Tor player's
performances that appeared in last week's
club sports column were made by Coach
Lynn Fcathcrstone. Both of these were
attributed to Buck Wells in last week's
coverage. The Daily Tar Heel regrets the
Please report any Club Sports activities to
the Sports Desk of the DTH office in writing
or to this reporter by phone at 933-1548.
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