take the state
Overcoming a touch of controversy in the
final game, the UNC women's volleyball
team downed N.C. State Friday night to take
first place m the North Carolina Association
of Intercollegiate Athletics for Women
(A1AW) Division One tournament.
UNC came into the tourney seeded third
behind State and Duke but overcame an
opening-day loss to the Blue Devils and the
powerful challenge of the Wolfpack to win it
all. The top two teams from the state
advance to the five-state regional
In the quarterfinals, UNC disposed of
UNC-Greensboro 15-1, 15-6, 15-3, and then
breathed a sigh of relief as State beat
Carolina's season-long nemesis Duke.
State entered the semifinal clash with
UNC without a loss in the double
elimination tourney, so the Heels had to beat
the Pack twice to take first place. UNC
played outstanding volleyball in the semis,
crunching State 15-6, 15-7, 15-12.
State and UNC then split the first two
games of the championship final by identical
15-1 1 scores. Trailing 14-1 1 in the deciding
game, UNC coach Beth Miller called an
illegal time-out, having already used her
allotted two. Officials checked the rule book,
and instead 3of awarding State the winning
point, found that only a warning was to be
issued. The Heels then reeled off five straight
points to win 16-14 and captured the state
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Monday. November 14, 1977 The Daily Tar Heil 7
What the ACC coaches are saying about the77-78 season
GREENSBORO Basketball coaches
from the seven Atlantic Coast Conference
schools met with area sportswriters Sunday
to talk about their teams, the upcoming
season and the numerous problems they
each seem to haeusthescason approaches.
Here, in the order in which they spoke
Sunday, are representative comments from
each coach with won-lost records from last
By GENE UPCHURCH
lacy. Wake 1 orest, 22-8: "I he
polls are based on last year's good
finish. . . Riuht now I look at our club, and
it's not the same club. . . I he right ingredient
we had then we don't have now. . .We lost
leadership qtmlitics. . .We're trying to fill the
void left by Skip Brown's graduation. . .This
team is not in as good a position as last year."
Terry Holland. Virginia. 12-17: "Last sear
was a big disappointment for us. . .We had
some momentum near the end of the season
but not a ser potent offense. . . We want to
be more potent this season without
sacrificing anything defensixely. . .We
return live accomplished players who know
the ropes, and we return our entire front
line. . . I he key to our season w ill depend on
Lefty Driesell. Mai viand. 19-8: "We've
got to teach our new kids how to do the
tough things, like play defense... If they'll
do the tough things like play defense, set
picks and go alter loose balls, we'll do all
right. . .About the academic welfare of our
team, you needn't worry about it. . . None of
the players is in danger of being thrown
out. . .1 ain't worried about it."
Bill l oster. Clemson. 22-6: "Going into
this year, people are asking what we are
going to do about the big man alter losing
' Tree' Rollins. . .You can't replace hint with
a single player... You won't notice any
changes in our game plan, but we'll be
quicker than a year ago... We have more
intense practices. . . You lose a guy like Tree
and vou tighten vour belts."
Norm Sloan. N.C. State. 17-1 1; "We have
the youngest team in the league, maybe the
nation. . . That poses problems, but it's not
all bad. . .There's no way to tell how much
progress we've made in preseason because
we've been playing against each other...l
thought we had a pretty good year, but after
alumni meetings, 1 found myself
Bill f oster, Duke 14-13: "Our team this
year will have a little more depth, and we'll
be able to substitute more than in the
past... We're getting better and
better. . .The (conference) teams that make
the least mistakes are the ones that will
win... We're more equal this year to the
other teams in the conference. . .We've had
interesting practices, throwing the ball all
over the place. . .We're taking out insurance
on the people in the first four rows."
Dean Smith, North Carolina. 28-5: "I
don't sec on the roster Kuester. LaGarde or
Davis like the preseason poll pickers must
think. . .We'll either have a great amount of
depth or mediocrity, only time will
tell. . . 1 his team is anxious to be as good on
defense as last year... In the ACC, it'll be
hard to have any team ranked nationally
bcuiuse we'll knock each other off."
Freshman striker Sean Naber (21), shown in an earlier game against Clemson,
scored two goals Saturday, his eighth and ninth this season, to tie Dick Drayton for
the team lead. Staff photo by Joseph Thomas.
Heels third in field hockey regionals
UNC hooters get shutout win in season finale
By TOD HUGHES
The UNC soccer team closed out its
season in style Saturday on Fetzer Field,
humbling the Washington & Lee Generals 5
0, and capping a fine 14-3-1 year.
The Heels took it to W&L from the outset,
clearly outclassing the Generals from start to
finish. Play was contained largely to W&L's
half of the field. With 1 3 minutes gone, UNC
drew first blood. Dick Drayton centered the
ball in from the left, the W&L goalie dove
and missed, and Sean Naber hammered it
into the net.
Carolina swarmed all over the Generals on
offense, with even fullback Peter Griffin
exhibiting his dribbling expertise on several
occasions, taking the ball deep into W&L
territory. W&L finally got its first shot 22
minutes into the game.
On the next Carolina offensive drive.
Steve Scott lofted a centering pass to Naber,
who headed it in perfectly to up the margin
to 2-0. With just under Five minutes left in the
half, UNC struck again as John Mansfield
scored off a John Fernandez corner kick.
W&L never put together an effective
offensive attack and never seriously
threatened to get on the scoreboard. Just
into the second half, senior goaltender Lee
Horton, sidelined most of the year with a
broken leg, came in to replace Martin
Wrestlers pleased with Monarch play
By KEITH JONES
With the idea of simply getting his team
some action before this weekend's Carolina
Invitational, UNC wrestling coach Bill Lam
was very pleased with the results of the
Monarch Open Friday and Saturday in
It was more an individual than a team
tournament, as Lam entered ,mor,than one:;! defeating N.C. State's Terry Reese
jwrettlerin sbmV weight' classes arid juggled Atlantic Coast Conference champ
some of his other wrestlers in the lineup. season.
"It gives us some idea of w hat we have to
work on before this weekend," Lam said. "It
was a tough tournament and a good start.
Now we are just looking forward to doing
well in the Carolina Invitational."
Carolina took two championships. At 134
lbs. freshman Kenny Evans stepped in to
replace senior Tim Reaume and took first
place. Jeff Reintgen won at 158 lbs..
W&L's goalie gave Carolina its fourth
goal, much to his embarrassment. Drayton
stood in front of him as he prepared to throw
it out to one of his fullbacks. The goalie
hobbled and lost control of the hall as he
started to throw it. The ball rolled free on the
ground, and Drayton kicked it in, scoring his
easiest goal of the season.
Halfway through the period, coach Anson
Dorrance put in the reserves for all the
starters except seniors Olaf Kampfschmidt,
Griffin and Horton. The Heels clipped their
scoring with four minutes left when
Mansfield capitalized on confusion in front
of the W&L goal and scored his second goal
of the game. A minute later, the three UNC
seniors left the game, to the deserving
applause of the Fetzer Field fans.
The Heels closed out the year with eight
straight wins, finished second in the ACC
with a 4-1 record and sixth in the South.
"This season has been satisfying in
general," Dorrance said. "This was supposed
to be a rebuilding year for us. IntheACC.we
were second to the number one team in the
country (Clemson). so how can you
By ISABEL WORTHY
I he Carolina field hockey team placed third in the Southeast field
hockey tournament this weekend but scored a victory ol sorts for
next year's team and and the state ol North Carolina with strong
showings in each of the three games it played.
Because ol the thud place Imish. North Carolina will gel to send
two teams to the Southeast next year, and the Tar Heels w ill be able
to schedule the top-quality teams necessary to prepare them for next
year's tourney better than their in-state opponents did this vear.
I he Heels opened Friday morning in Williamsburg with a 2-0 vv in
over Louisville and "outplayed them, had better stickwork. better
game sense, more speed and finesse and were smarter" than the
Kentucky school according to Coach Dolly Hunter. Vicki
Greenwood scored both of Carolina's goals on assists from Bashi
Buba in the first half, and the Heels delensed Louisv ille's rough ball-
Women's golf in action
LNC's women's golf team closes out its
fall .season today through Wednesday by
competing in the prestigious 54-hole Lady
Gator Invitational in Grcnelefc. Fla.
The event is the highlight of the season lor
the Tar Heels, since only the top 20 teams in
last vcar's national tournament are invited.
w hacking play well enough in the second half to hold on and advance
to the semifinals against Madison College of Virginia. .;
The Madison game was played in late afternoon, and the Heels had
to combat more than the Madison defense to score in the first half.
"In the In st hall we were going right into the su'. and we couldn't
find the ball very well." Hunter said. "We played well when we got the
ball but lost it out in the field a lot."
Madison took advantage of the Heels' blindness and scored two
goals in the first half, thconlyscores of the game.
And to add more problems to the Heels' attack, they were plagued
with a near-miss syndrome that prevented them from scoring.
" They were the type of heart-failure shots that you know are going
in but miss by just a fraction," Hunter said.
While Madison went on to beat defending champion William and
Mary in the finals, the Heels were not to be satisfied to end their
season with a loss. They whipped l.ongwood (Va.) College 2-0 for(
third place and dispelled any impression that North Carolinu schools
can't play hockey.
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