The Daily Tar HeelMonday, September 18, 19897'
By NEIL AMATO
What is a Billiken?
The UNC field hockey team didn't
care. The Tar Heels walloped the what-ever-they-ares
from St. Louis Univer
sity, 7-1 , on the AstroTurf Field Friday
to up their record to 4-0.
Freshman Imke Lempers, a native of
the Netherlands, scored four goals,
including a second-half hat trick, as
North Carolina closed out its two-game
home stand. Junior midfielder Laurel
Hershey also tallied twice in the second
During the two wins, the Tar Heels
putscored their opponents 18-1. For the
season, North Carolina has scored 29
goals, 10 of them by Lempers, while,
only giving up two.
' Seven minutes into the contest, play
was halted due to lightning. After a 30-
Missimmo sets record
in men's soccer loss
From staff reports
COLUMBIA, S.C. History re
peated itself Sunday afternoon before
3,800 soccer fans at The Graveyard in
South Carolina. The USC men's soccer
team defeated North Carolina, 3-2,
reminding the Tar Heels of last year's
NCAA South Regional Final, when the
Gamecocks ended UNC's season with
a 3-1 triumph.
But some new history was made
Sunday as well. At the game's 26:01
mark, UNC striker Derek Missimo
scored the 33rd goal of his career, which
lifted him out of a three-way tie to stand
alone as North Carolina's all-time lead
! Missimo, a 6-5, 215-pound junior
from Bedford, Texas, scored 13 and 12
goals, respectively, in his freshman and
sophomore seasons and already has
eight in just six games so far this year.
His goal Sunday pushed him past Tony
Johnson (1979-82) and Mark Devey
(1982-86) on the all-time list.
Volleyball wins two, loses one
The North Carolina womens's vol
leyball team went 2-1 over the week
end, with victories over Louisville and
CU Friday and Sunday and a loss to
ihg up for a deficit in speed with field
savvy, and providing one of the key
aspects in UNC's win.
I "I was especially happy with Emily
today," coach Anson Dorrance said.
"She came in this year after having
worked herself to death this summer
that shows me that she is intrinsically
motivated, and today showed us that it
was well worth taking a chance on her.
She was outstanding."
Best Dirty Look Julie Guarnotta,
forward, and not a force to be reckoned
with. UNC-State matches are always
physical, and this was no exception.
After State's Jode Osborn committed
one of the more blatant of the game's
25 fouls, Guarnotta hopped up to her
feet and threw Osborn a look that Attila
the Hun would have backed off from.
. Best Feet Kris Lilly, forward.
Trying to get a ball out from under
Lilly's churning feet is like trying to
stop a ceiling fan with your tongue.
Lilly, though only a freshman, has
provided UNC with a tremendous lift
and stands second on the team with
seven goals already. Though she didn't
score in Sunday's match, her contribu
tions were outstanding.
; The scoring was opened, though, at
the 40:10 mark. Freshman Rita Tower
drove down the left side past two State
defenders and chipped the ball across
the goal to Louellen Poore, who
knocked it in over a diving Lindsay
: At the 49:05 mark, Shannon Higgins
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minute delay, the teams went at it again.
UNC coach Karen Shelton didn't think
the stoppage influenced her squad.
"I don't think it really had an impact
on the game," Shelton said. "It was so
early, we seemed to not really lose
Whether the delay affected UNC or
not, it wasn't until the second half that
the Tar Heels got on track. After first
half scores by Lempers and junior for
ward Peggy Anthon, UNC poured it on
in the second period, putting five balls
in the net.
Just 14 seconds into the second half,
Hershey took a pass from forward Kathy
Staley, who had stolen the ball from a
Billiken stick. Hershey, a Hummel
stown, Pa. native, poked the ball past
SLU goalkeeper Wendy Sammons to
give UNC a 3-0 lead.
Less than a minute later, Lempers
12th-ranked Kentucky on Saturday.
UNC, now 5-1, downed Louisville
in straight games, 15-9, 15-12, 17-15.
The Tar Heels managed to get a game
off of undefeated Kentucky before fall
ing, 15-4, 6-15, 15-6, 15-6, and then
rebounded for a four-game victory over
ECU, 15-13, 15-12, 12-15, 15-5.
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took a throw-in off the left side, scooted
through a few defenders and boomed in
a shot over a crowd in front of the goal
into the upper left-hand corner from 15
UNC's final tally came off the toes
of forward Pam Kalinoski. Driving
down the left side, Kalinoski sent a
worm-burner from 22 yards out into the
goal to twist the lid and seal the Tar
Heels' seventh victory.
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picked up the ball in the Billiken end
and fed right wing Cathy Osmers, who
dished to Anthon. The junior from St.
Louis charged hard toward Sammons,
who came out aggressively. Anthon
pushed the ball out in front and then
collided with Sammons, who knocked
the ball away and, a la Lawrence Tay
lor, upended the Tar Heel forward and
sent her tumbling to the turf. .
Five minutes after Sammons' tackle,
Lempers made it 4-0 on a penalty
corner goal. On a play designated "4A"
by Shelton, Anthon hit in to midfielder
Leslie Lyness. Lyness pushed the ball
left to Hershey as Lempers circled
around to the right. Lempers, the Tar
Heels' main threat on penalty corners,
took the pass from Hershey and rock
eted a 1 5-yarder into the far corner past
a befuddled Sammons.
Before coming over from Holland,
but kept it himself this time, diving out
of bounds at the UNC 28 for a first
down and, in essence, a Wildcat vic
tory. Sixty minutes earlier, the Wildcats
sprung from the gate on the wet Com
monwealth turf and galloped 72 yards
in 1 1 plays for the game's lone touch
down. Rawls left, Rawls right and Rawls up
the middle with a 17-yard Maggard
to Meece hookup mixed in for good
measure brought the Wildcats to the
UNC seven yard line.
Maggard pitched wide left to Rawls,
who had only UNC's Reggie Clark and
Torin Dom to beat to the corner of the
Tar Heel end zone. It wasn't much of a
race, however, with Rawls winning by
several lengths. Willis' extra point put
the Wildcats up 7-0.
After the Tar Heel defense and the
superb punting of UNC's Scott McAl
ister including a bounce-aided 66
yarder kept the Wildcats at bay,
UNC mounted a threat early in the
With 10 minutes remaining in the
first half, a 17-yard burst by Benefield
and an 18-yard jaunt by Jordan put the
Tar Heels deep in Kentucky territory.
But, on a third-and-seven play at the
Wildcat 13, Joey Jauch couldn't hold
onto Hall's timing pass in the end zone.
UNC settled for a 29-yard Gwaltney
The Wildcats responded immediately
with a 10-play, 48-yard drive capped
by a 33-yard Willis field goal that gave
Kentucky a 10-3 lead.
The Tar Heels threatened again on
their final possession of the first half,
using two Hall runs and two quick
passes to move down to the Kentucky
33 yard line. Brown sent in Gwaltney
for a 49-yard field goal attempt on a
third-and-one play with 11 seconds
remaining. His attempt was blocked by
Kentucky linebacker Jeff Brady, who
charged through the UNC line to get a
piece of Gwaltney's low liner.
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field hockey roots
Lempers was unfamiliar with the par
ticular corner set-up.
"I didn't know that play," Lempers
said. "It is an American play, but I like
In fact, penalty-corner execution is
something Shelton knows her team has
to work on in order to be successful.
"Our execution improved a little bit,
but it's still not where it needs to be,"
Shelton said. "If we're going to be a
national championship caliber team,
then we need to have a higher percent
age of execution on those corners."
With 18 minutes remaining, Lem
pers got her third goal on an assist from
Staley. The two worked a picture-perfect
give-and-go with Lempers nailing
one past Sammons.
The Billikens got on the board from
a penalty corner five minutes later. Katie
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UNC 'keeper Evelien Spee.
Hershey scored unassisted to notch
her fifth goal of the season when she
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ally, Lempers didn't want to take away,
any of the credit from her teammates-,
"I didn't do it alone," Lempers said.
"They made the assists and I made the,
goals. We did it all together." Vs
The Tar Heels now will prepare tbr
take on defending national champion
Old Dominion. Last season, the Mon-'
archs handed UNC its only two losses.
UNC, according to Hershey, is looking
to get back at them next weekend in
"We're always looking forward to
Old Dominion," Hershey said. "ODU-
North Carolina games are always great
because we're usually ranked one and,
two in the nation. I don't know how to.
describe it, I'm getting goose pimple,
right now just talking about it. It's just
a great rivalry." f
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