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TOPQ Pam Morris and Trish Kubik attempt to block a TWU spike in the
final game of the match. RIGHT: Beth Ififield spikes by a lone block.
ABOVE: Kathy Gunter and Beth Fifield team up to score the final win-
ning point against TWU.
232 Womens Sports
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UTA did have a winner-all year
Maverick women completely dom-
inated state volleyball play, barely
lost the state softball tourney, were
greatly improved in basketball, sent
four to the state track meet and
scored victories in swimming, tennis,
golf and badminton.
Behind the power of Kathy Gunter,
Ellisann Hodges and Chris Mayhew,
the volleyballers finished seventh in
the nation in Portland, Oregon.
After scorching opponents all sea-
son, the Mavs destroyed arch-rival
Texas Women's University 15-8, 14-9
to win their second straight state
championship, ending the year with
a 33-2-3 record. The team finished
third in the regional meet in Houston
and earned themselves an at-large
berth in the national tourney.
Gunter was named to the 21 mem-
ber U.S. International team which will
compete in Montreal in the 1976
Other team members were Pam
Morris, Beth Fifield, Kathy Kennedy
and substitutues Tris Kubic and Judy
The softballers finished the season
15-4 behind the pitching of Sandra
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Tidwell who was 9-3 on the year.
Tidwell's victories included two no
hitters-one a perfect game against
Sam Houston State in the zone tour-
nament and a one-hitter in the state
tourney. The Mavericks won three
tournaments during the season.
Jodie Powell led the team in hit-
ting, rapping out a .478 average.
The Mavs were 14-2 going into the
state tourney, but losses to Lamar
and Stephen P. Austin ended their
hopes of a state championship.
In the zone track and field meet
in Commerce, Rayla Allison set a meet
record by hurling the javelin 112-V2
feet to win. Judy Bigon and Linda
Gray dominated the discus event.
Bigon won with a toss of 108 feet and
Gray claimed third in the discus and
third in the shot put with a toss of
31-3 feet. Kathy Gunter took third
in the long and high jumps. She
leaped 4-7Vz vertically and 15-7
In basketball, the Mavs finished
second in the zone tourney but lost
two games in the state meet to stop
their bid for a state championship.
They had a 11-14 season ledger.
Gunter, Mayhew, Powell, Hodges
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Reynolds, Owen and newcomers Terri
Staley and Cyndie Callicut were the
nucleus of the team.
Pour Mavericks-led by Joy Huska-
qualified to compete in the national
swimming and diving championships
held in Phoenix, Arizona, at Arizona
State University. Huska broke her
own state record in the 100-yard but-
terfly at the state meet in Edinburg.
She replaced a time of 1:O4.5 with a
1:O2.8. Huska also competed in the
400-yard freestyle and 200-yard but-
terfly in the national meet.
The Mavericks finished fourth
overall in the state tourney.
The badminton team, composed
of Brenda Marshall, Diane McKelvy
and Rayla Allison won a trophy at the
Texas Women's University tour-
Marliyn Lewis led the tennis team
to several victories in a season plagued
by bad weather and a limited budget.
Susan Smerick competed in golf
for the Mavericks.
Jody Conradt, coordinator of wom-
ens sports said the season "was greatly
improved over last year. We'll no
longer be known just for our volley-
Womens Sports 231
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