Frtday, November 4, 1977 Weekender 7
Devils look to ruin Tar Heel soccer plans
By TOD HUGHES
The Duke soccer team would like nothing better
than to play the role of spoiler Saturday ay ! 1 a.m.
when it visits Fetzer Field to face Carolina's 11-3-1
The Blue Devils came out on the short end of most of
their ACC games this year, having dropped three of
four decisions, but have a better team than that record
would indicate. Conversely, the Tar Heels have
emerged victorious three times in four ACC outings
and are in prime contention for a bid to the national
tournament. But Duke has spoiled such high
Last year, the Heels entered the Duke game 9-2 and
had a tourney bid nailed down if only they could win
two of their final, three matches. Carolina outshot
Duke 36-2, but lost 1 -0, sending the team into a tailspin
which saw it lose the remaining two contests and finish
a disappointing 9-5. The position the Heels now find
themselves in is strikingly similar to this time last year;
a victory over the Devils is essential if their post-season
play hopes are to continue.
UNC is tied for eighth with UNC-Wilmington in the
South. Four Division 1 teams from the Southern
region are extended bids to the national tournament.
Only three teams ranked above Carolina Clemson,
H oward and Appalachian State are from Division 1 .
UNC coach Anson Dorrance said the Heels will have
to beat out George Washington University, William &
Mary and South Florida for that fourth berth.
"If we win the rest of our games," Dorrance said,
"we'd be in an excellent position to get the bid."
But Duke will be out to prove that history repeats
itself and brings a talented squad to UNC to make that
"They're very good," Dorrance said. "They hav lot
of really good players who will be tough to handle.
Duke is well-balanced. They've got a good defense, a
good midfield and some strikers who can score."
Dorrance said he was concered about Blue Devil
Richard Murray, who could demand special coverage.
"He's tremendous," Dorrance said, "better than
anyone on our team. He can play anywhere on the
field, but they'll probably have him at center-forward
or center-half. We'll probably have to put a man on
him (cover him one-on-one "
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