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Clemson Ranked Number One in Men’s Soccer

Sept. 14, 1998

CLEMSON, SC–The Clemson men’s soccer team is ranked first according to the new Soccer America poll released Monday night. Clemson is now 5-0 on the year and will play at fourth-ranked Duke on Sunday afternoon.

Clemson is led in scoring by Wojtek Krakowiak with seven goals and four assists for 18 points.

The last time Clemson was ranked number one by Soccer America was October 30, 1990. Clemson has been ranked first in the Soccer America poll 15 times in the history of the poll.

The Tigers are also ranked third this week in the new NSCAA (National Soccer Coaches Association of America) poll.

WOJTEK KRAKOWIAK WAS NAMED ACC PLAYER OF THE WEEK

Clemson Men’s Soccer Player, Wojtek Krakowiak was named ACC Men’s Soccer Player of the week.

Krakowiak had two goals and three assists in the Belmont match on September 9.

In the North Carolina contest, Krakowiak had three goals in the Tigers’ 5-0 win on September 13. He leads the Tigers in scoring with seven goals and four assists for 18 points.

 

College: Soccer America Men’s Top 20 (Sept. 14, 1998)

Rank/Team Record Last Week 1. Clemson 5-0-0 4 2. Southern Methodist 3-0-0 15 3. Indiana 3-1-0 1 4. Duke 5-0-0 6 5. UCLA 3-1-0 5 6. Virginia 3-0-1 7 7. South Carolina 4-1-0 3 8. St. John’s 3-1-1 NR 9. San Jose State 5-0-0 NR 10. Stanford 3-1-0 2 11. Connecticut 4-0-0 14 12. Boston Univ. 4-0-0 12 13. Creighton 3-1-0 8 14. Washington 5-0-0 16 15. Dartmouth 0-0-0 13 16. Georgetown 5-0-0 18 17. Furman 5-0-1 19 18. Saint Louis 4-2-0 9 19. William & Mary 4-0-0 NR 20. UNC Charlotte 3-0-0 NR

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