4 The Daily Tar Heel Friday, November 4,
By ISABEL WORTHY
The Carolina field hockey team had to
fight for its life against Duke in its first game
of the North Carolina Association of
Intercollegiate Athletics for Women
(NCA1AW) hockey tournament Wednesday
but returned to top form in the finals against
H igh Point to take first place and advance to
The Double Zeroes defeated, 20-18, the
Mixed MASH for the Co-Rec tag
football championship. Morrison (2-4) won
the consolation game to finish third.
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Bouncing back irom a 1-0 loss to High
Point earlier in the week, the Heels had to
depend on tough defense by Sue
McCandless and Joanne Fresco and goals by
a pair of freshmen who alternate at left wing
to make it into the finals.
Kim Zimmerman, who played the wing
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spot most of the game, overcame a sprained
ankle to score the Heels' only goal in
regulation. With four minutes remaining
Zimmerman was replaced in the lineup by
Libby Mathiason to gain the speed and
agility that the Heels needed in overtime.
In the sudden death period, where teams
alternate corners until an offense scores
( before the defense brings the ball outside the
twenty-five yard line). Mathiason rammed a
score in for the Heels, setting up the
speculated rematch with High Point.
In the second game, both teams started
out playing exactly like it was a second game
not a tournament final.
But a goal by Bashi Buba near the end of
the first hall increased the excitement of the
game. Carolina had the momentum, and
High Point was trying to catch up. Minutes
after Buba's goal, teammate Vicki
Greenwood scored after the Panther goalie,
blocked her first attempt, and the Heels went
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into halftime with a 2-0 lead.
I n the second half, the Heels continued to
"outrun, outpass and outhustle" High Point.
Hunter said. "They didn't have a chance.
With each goal we got more and more
excited and determined. Our exuberance
and enthusiasm was so far beyond High
Midway in the final half, Mathiason
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Hunter and the team were elated with the
win, which advanced them to further
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High Point. Hunter especially praised the
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Bashi Buba scored a goal against High
Point to help Carolina advance to the
Southeast field hockey tournament.
Staff photo by Mike Sneed.
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7, 11-15, 15-4. Wake Assistant Coach Kelly
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the better teams in the state and that
although Wake boasts a moderately good
team, "Carolina did not play its best game to
beat us. They played in spurts and so did
Carolina dominated the first game, but the
Deacons came back and put up a hard fight
to win the second. The third game wa a
blowout,-and Jordan said she thinks the
reason was that Wake was tired.
"I thought we were doing good in the
second game, but then when the third game
started, I could tell we were in trouble. We
were playing tired," she said.
One reason Wake Forest was so easily
dominated, Jordan said, was because of the
inconsistent play of standouts JaneSatchell
and Janet Oozier.
"They are our power spikers, and when
they play erratic, the team plays erratic," she
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