Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012, October 07, 1980, Page 8, Image 7

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Ducks ready for region volleyball champs
By TERRY RHOADS
Of lh# Emerald
Despite the loss of seven
players from last year’s Region
9 volleyball championship team,
Portland State University is
again the favorite for this year’s
title, says University coach
Chris Voelz.
On Wednesday night, Voelz’s
Ducks will determine for them
selves just how good the Vikings
are in a 8 p.m. showdown at
McArthur Court.
“If on offense we're more
powerful, and if our defense is
equal to PSU, then we can win,”
Voelz says. ”1 think we might
have more talent overall, but
with their quickness they'll
make us earn our points."
The Ducks enter the game
with a 16-8-1 season record after
placing sixth in the eight-team
California Invitational over the
weekend. The Vikings also
competed in the Cal-lnvitation
al, placing fourth with a 2-2
record. Sunday PSU fell to a
powerful UCLA team, dropping
its record to 14-8.
Sophomore Cathy Hill and
junior Karen Beamer are the key
players in the Ducks’ attack
tomorrow night, Voelz says.
"Cathy and Karen will have to
play good for us to win. But it's
still going to take a team effort,
everybody will depend on each
other.
"Although Portland isn’t a tall
or powerful team, they win with
consistent team play. They
won’t give us points — we’ll
have to earn them."
Despite the loss of half of its
championship squad, the Vik
ings are still considered the
Northwest’s best team, Voelz
says.
‘‘Tradition’’ is a major hurdle
imposed by PSU, Voelz says.
“We’re going up against a pro
gram that has had great suc
cess under the same coach
(Marlene Piper, 254-61-3 career
record) for the past seven years.
"They don't give up, instead
they eat away at you — you
can’t have an off night against
them and expect to win; they’re
too consistent.”
The Vikings are likely to rely
on their five-hitters, one-setter
offense, led by Tracy Carlson,
PSU’s all-around setter.
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If Portland’s armor shows any
weakness this year, it is their
lack of height, Voelz says. After
6-3 hitter Lynne Holzfuss, the
next tallest Viking is 5-9 middle
blocker Mary Douglass.
The Ducks counter with 6-2
hitter Beamer, junior 5-10 setter
Tamra Chambers, and 5-8
blocker Hill, the Ducks best
leaper.
“Two years ago in our game
plan, we had a lot of ifs for us to
win,” Voelz says. "Last year we
were close, but this year we’re
even closer... we can win."
Soccer team
takes field with
Lewis & Clark
Soccer will again roam across
the Autzen Stadium astro-turf
tonight, as the women’s soccer
team squares off against the
Lewis and Clark College squad
in the Ducks’ second league
game.
The Ducks, 2-0 on the season
and 1-0 in Northwest Collegiate
Soccer Conference competi
tion, are led by forward Michele
Potestio, who has scored seven
goals in two contests.
“We shouldn’t have any trou
ble with Lewis and Clark if we
play like we’re capable,” says
coach John Feeney.
Lewis and Clark lost to the
University of Puget Sound last
weekend before the Ducks
blasted Puget Sound 8-0.
Game time is scheduled for 8
p.m.; admission is free.
ABC will show
Holmes victory
NEW YORK (AP) - WBC
champion Larry Holmes’
10-round conquest of Muham
mad Ali will be shown on ABC
TV in prime time on Oct 31.
The two-hour broadcast will
start at 6 p.m. and will include a
live fight between WBC
lightweight champion James
Watt and Sean O’Grady.
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