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Men’s Soccer Downs ACC Rival Maryland, 2-0

November 1, 1998

COLLEGE PARK, Md. – Wojtek Krakowiak scored both goals in leading second-ranked Clemson to a 2-0 win over Maryland in an Atlantic Coast Conference men’s soccer match at College Park Saturday night.

With the win, Clemson improves to 17-1 overall and 4-1 in the ACC. Clemson is ranked second in both the Soccer America and NSCAA polls. Maryland is ranked 20th in the Soccer America poll and 16th in the NSCAA listing. The Terrapins fall to 11-6 overall, 3-3 in league play.

Krakowiak has now scored 25 goals this season. The 25 goals is the sixth most goals scored ever in a single season by a Clemson player. Krakowiak has scored at least one goal in the last six Clemson games. He has scored 11 goals in these last six games.

Clemson will play at Wake Forest on November 8, in the Tiger’s last game before the ACC Tournament.

Krakowiak, the country’s fourth-leading scorer, scored at the 5:02 mark off an assist by Scott Bower. Krakowiak accepted the short pass from Bower and scored from 10 yards out.

Krakowiak would chart his second goal of the evening at the 85:01 mark as he took the ball and had a wide open run to the goal.

Josh Campbell was in goal for the Tigers and recorded his eighth solo shutout.

CLEMSON 2, MARYLAND 0

Clem – Wojtek Krakowiak (Bower) 5:02 Clem – Wojtek Krakowiak (unassisted) 85:01

Shots: Clemson 9, Maryland 15Corner Kicks: Clemson 3, Maryland 9Saves: Campbell (C) 6, Lewis (M) 4Fouls: Clemson 22, Maryland 11Attendance: 1,205

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