8The Daily Tar Heel Tuesday, November 22, 1988
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as the season draws to a close. But
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By DOUG HOOGERVORST
ATLANTA The scene has been
played out a thousand times. The
final point is scored and everyone
rushes on to the court, hugging each
Make that 1,001 times.
When Ann Schildmeyer served an
ace at 15-14, the North Carolina
volleyball team replayed that scene.
The Tar Heels won the ACC title with
a four-set victory over N.C. State
Monday night in Heisman Gymna
sium on the Georgia Tech campus.
The scores were 4-15, 15-6 15-11, 16
14. The win marked UNC's second
significant victory over State in as
many days and satisfied the Tar
Heels' taste for revenge. In their last
meeting, the Wolfpack soundly beat
UNC in four sets. But there would
not be a replay this time.
State opened a 14-12 lead late in
the fourth game, trying to force a fifth
and deciding game. UNC staved off
game point when Liz Berg (13 kills,
16 dinks, three block assists) spiked
through a State block for the side-
This women's soccer
The Tar Heels did it again, winning
their third consecutive women's
soccer national championship and the
sixth one in seven years, led by
Shannon "Hat-Trick" Higgins and a
defense that was as stingy as Scrooge.
Sunday's victory, however, was
"That was the best feeling after
winning a national championship IVe
ever had," an exuberant Anson
Dorrance said following the Tar
Heels' 4-1 triumph over the N.C.
There are a couple of reasons why
this one was important:
The Home Factor UNC hosted
the NCAA Final Four, which fea
tured the Pack and Cal-Berkeley in
Saturday's first match and then the
Tar Heels against the University of
Wisconsin in the second semifinal.
Although the weather was particu
larly nasty Saturday, with tempera
tures hovering barely above 50
degrees, that didn't hamper the
intensity of the four teams.
State edged Berkeley, 1-0, and the
Tar Heels beat the Badgers, 3-0, to
propel them into the finals.
For Sunday's game, the skies
cleared (briefly), the temperatures
soared into the 70s, and a crowd of
3,500 gathered to see the local teams
battle it out. And although it was on
the Tar Heels' home turf, more than
a few faithful from North Raleigh
made the arduous 30-minute drive to
Chapel Hill to provide the Pack with
It was the largest crowd to see a
women's soccer game in UNC his
tory. Dorrance said the size of the
crowd definitely helped get his team
into the game.
The Revenge Factor These two
teams, State and UNC, hate each
other. Their two meetings this season
ended in ties, with the Wolfpack
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sweeps to ACC Toumey title
out. Senior Andrea Wells scored two
of the most important points in her
career, booming spikes on the next
two plays to tie it.
The teams struggled for control
and the Wolfpack's Patty Lake gave
UNC a 15-14 lead when her spike
sailed long. Five serves later Schild
meyer aced to end it and give the Tar
Heels the title.
For UNC coach Peggy Bradley
Doppes, it was her first title in her
five years of coaching.
"It's unbelievable!" she said. "It got
to a point where I felt like we'd
worked so hard and the kids had gone
so far that we were going to do it.
I'm so proud of them. I'm glad they
"This is my first class of recruiting,
and they're now seniors. They deserve
The Tar Heels looked like anything
but the ACC's first team in the
opening game. UNC was timid and
had a terrible case of the jitters.
Service errors and mistakes with their
serve-receives cost North Carolina
dearly, as State took the first game
winning the ACC championship in
a shootout a couple of weeks ago.
No wonder it was such a rough game.
UNC definitely had revenge as a
The National TV Factor That's
right, folks. Tune in to ESPN on Dec.
2 and see if you can pick yourself
out of the crowd.
All in all, this championship game
was one hell of a contest, and this
is coming from a guy who thinks
soccer is about as exciting as fly
fishing. Physical? I hadn't seen this
much action since the Ali-Frazier
"Thrilla in Manila" in 75.
At the beginning of the second half
the players were eyeing each other like
two groups of lions about to fight
over a fresh kill. And at the press
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Soph Doug Smith had 16 pts., jJZIn J.R. who? Soph Rick Fox had
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roams the paint, and Mike TnTTSifn Georgia Main defender Steve
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Tigers go 8 deep, with an C As usual, Tar Heels are deep.:
abundance of forwards. Greg Pete Chilcutt spells the big men;
DGDth Church likes to play rough. Nat V King Rice can hit a jump shot
Buntin also sees action. Frosh C and f rosh Hubert Davis has hit;
Anthony Peeler had 9 Sunday. N for eight points in both games.
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this game (497-259 at Missou). rx (640-182). He has prepared for
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regrouped UNC in the huddle
between games and the Tar Heels
came out scorching. Two Sharon
German kills, a State hitting error and
a Berg service ace put UNC in front
4-0, forcing State to call time out. .
This was UNC's game though, and
the State time out could not stop the
Tar Heels. Improved hitting and a
lift by freshman AH Sommerstad
pushed UNC to a 15-6 win in Game
"Ali played tremendously,"
Bradley-Doppes said. "She stopped
their middle offense and that really
helped us open up our middle attack.
She played very cool and calm, and
that really helped our right- and left
The biggest thing Sommerstad did
was help control State's Volire
Tisdale, who was named the ACC
player of the year. Stopping her is
like stopping Michael Jordan, just
keeping them from controlling the
game is enough.
"We practiced a defense designed
to stop her," Bradley-Doppes said.
"We tried to make her hit the ball
title was extra sweet
conference afterwards, visible bruises
and scratches, limps and tired eyes
showed the price of playing at full
intensity for 80 minutes.
With the heated rivalry between
these two teams, a couple of notable
defensive matchups proved exciting
The Henry-Hooper Showdown
This matchup pitted UNC's All
America back Lori Henry against
State's probable All-America, Char
maine Hooper, a sophomore. Henry
became Hooper's shadow for most of
the game, shutting her down and
frustrating her. State's usually fast
paced game was effectively slowed as
a partial result of Henry's physical
The Enforcers The Heels'
Henry, Carla Werden and Laura
Boone were The Enforcers in Sun
day's game, with Werden providing
the last line of defense in case
something slipped past Henry or
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where she didn't have her most power.
We took away the shot five to six
feet inside the line. We made her hit
across the court, a much easier ball
The newly designed defense
worked, and worked well. UNC
outdigged State, 116-92, and forced
the Wolfpack to hit .243 compared
to the Tar Heels' .321 average.
German led UNC with 26 digs,
followed by Sherri Vogel's 22.
While Tisdale (23 kills, 1 8 digs) was
harnessed by a great defense, UNC
unleashed its lethal hitters German
and Wells. They dominated the way
Tisdale was expected to. Wells
finished with a team-leading 32 kills,
most of which were powerful spikes.
German, too, spiked the Pack into
oblivion. Her 6-foot frame scored 23
kills and walked away with the ACC
Tournament Most Valuable Player
But individual awards aside, it was
a team effort that beat State. And
it will take another team effort to
advance in the NCAAs, as the Tar
Heels earned the ACC's automatic
bid by winning the title.
fact, the only Wolfpack score came
on a penalty kick after Werden slide
tackled Hooper in a last-ditch def
But this was not a game that
focused solely on defense.
All year the Heels had been effec
tive at keeping the ball on the
offensive half of the field, and, for
the most part, they did it again.
And seniors Birthe Hegstad and
Wendy Gebauer, following a brilliant
day against Wisconsin on Saturday,
used their playoff experience and
speed to their advantage. '
But the real story of the final was
most definitely the three-goal day of
"Hat-Trick," who was named the
offensive MVP of the tournament'
For the seniors Gebauer, Heg
stad, Henry and goalie Anne Sherow
this victory was also especially
sweet. UNC had lost the champion
ship their freshman year, in 1985 to
George Mason, but this year they
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