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Clemson advances to NCAA Second Round

Clemson advances to NCAA Second Round

Nov. 10, 2006

CLEMSON, SC–Clemson advanced to the second round of the NCAA Women’s Soccer Tournament with a 4-3 win over Vanderbilt in the penalty kick round. At the end of two overtime periods, the score was tied 1-1.

The game is recorded as a 1-1 tie. Clemson is now 11-7-3 overall and Vanderbilt finishes its season with a 10-4-7 record.

Clemson scored early in the first half. Britten Meyer passed the ball to Julie Bolt. Bolt sent a nine-yard shot into the net for her fifth goal of the season at the 5:07 mark.

Vanderbilt tied the score when Amy Baumann scored her eighth goal of the season in the 22nd minute. She was assisted on the play by Sarah Dennis and Meredith Kohn.

“First of all, I want to congratulate Vanderbilt on a great season,” said Clemson Head Coach Todd Bramble. “We showed the character that this team has developed over the course of the season. I’m very proud of our players, they never game up. I thought that Nuria Zufia, Elizabeth Jobe had great games, and I also thought Lily Boleyn came off the bench and did a good job for us.”

Clemson will play host to Oklahoma State on Sunday afternoon at Historic Riggs Field at 2:00 p.m. in the second round. Okahoma State is ranked ninth and defeated UNC Greensboro 2-0 earlier today at Clemson.

Clemson–Julie Bolt (Britten Meyer) 5:07

Vanderbilt–Amy Baumann (Sarah Dennis, Meredith Kohn) 22:21

Shots: Clemson 15, Vanderbilt 13

Corner Kicks: Clemson 8, Vanderbilt 3

Saves: Ashley Phillips (CU) 3, Tyler Griffin (V) 7

Fouls: Clemson 21, Vanderbilt 19

Attendance: 780

Penalty Kick Round.

Monica Buff (V) Good

Molly Johnson (CU) Good

Susan McAleavey (V) Missed

Katie Vogel (CU) Good

Kari Boersma (V) Good

Elizabeth Jobe (CU) Good

Meredith Kohn (V) Good

Nuria Zufia (CU) Good

Nicole Lukens (V) Missed

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