Nov. 2, 2001
Clemson, SC – The 5th-ranked Clemson men’s soccer team will play eighth-ranked North Carolina in Chapel Hill on Saturday night at 7:00PM while the 10th-ranked Lady Tigers will play at eighth-ranked Florida on Saturday night at 6:00PM.
The Tigers (12-3, 2-1) are 22-13-6 all-time against North Carolina (13-3, 3-2). Clemson has won seven out of the last nine meetings and in the 41 previous matches have outscored the Tar Heels by a 107-58 margin.
Clemson, who has won 11 out of their last 12 matches, is led by senior Ian Fuller who has seven goals and seven assists for a team high and a career best 21 points. He also scored 21 points during the 1999 season. Junior Dimelon Westfield has scored a team leading eight goals and is second behind Fuller with 20 points. Junior goalkeeper Doug Warren has started 14 out of 15 games in goal and has 0.85 goal’s against average for the season. Clemson Head Coach Trevor Adair has a 128-61-15 career record and 94-37-10 mark in seven years at Clemson.
This will be the third meeting between Clemson (13-3) and Florida (13-3-1) in women’s soccer and the all-time series is even at one match apiece. The Lady Tigers won last year’s meeting against the Gators 4-3 in a match played at Clemson’s Historic Riggs Field.
Sophomore Lindsay Browne leads the Lady Tigers with nine goals and seven assists for 25 points. She is currently seventh all-time in Clemson history in points with 63. Freshman Paige Ledford is second on the team with 23 points. In goal for the Lady Tigers, senior Katie Carson has posted eight shutouts and has an impressive 0.69 goal’s against average this season.
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