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Four Tigers Named All-ACC

Nov. 13, 2002

CLEMSON, S.C. – Four Clemson men’s soccer players were named to the All-ACC team as announced by the league’s office on Wednesday, November 13. Dimelon Westfield was named to the first team, while Fabio Tambosi, Oskar Bringsved, and Doug Warren was named to the second team.

In his two-year career, Dimelon Westfield has 26 goals and 8 assists for 60 points. This season he has been named ACC Player of the Week twice and was named national player of the week by College Soccer News. During the 2002 season, he has scored 17 goals and had three assist for 37 points and he tied for second by a Clemson player for most consecutive matches scoring a goal with nine. He was named to the Clemson Invitational All-Tournament team in 2002.

Fabio Tambosi has 28 assists and 23 goals during his Clemson career for 74 points. He is tied for ninth in Clemson history for most assists with 28. He has been named All-ACC three times. This season he was named to the Indiana Invitational All-Tournament Team. This season he has 11 assists and two goals for 15 points.

Doug Warren has given up only 60 goals during his three-year career at Clemson. Has a 1.02 Goals allowed average at Clemson and he has 235 career saves. He has been named First-Team All-ACC twice in 2000 and 2001 and a member of the U.S. Under-23 National Team. He is fourth on the Clemson career list for most saves with 235. He was a preseason All-American by Soccer America. This season he was named to the Indiana Invitational All-Tournament Team.

In his three-year career at Clemson, Oskar Bringsved has played in 60 matches and started 59. He was named second-team All-ACC in 2001 and 2002. This season, he has three assists and has started 16 matches. He was named to the Clemson Invitational All-Tournament team in 2002.

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