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Women’s Soccer Team Ranks Sixth In NSCAA Poll

Dec. 9, 1999

CLEMSON, S.C. – The Clemson women’s soccer team finished sixth in the final NSCAA poll released Wednesday.

This is the highest ranking ever by a Clemson women’s soccer team. At the end of the regular season, the Lady Tigers finished ninth in the final Soccer America poll. Clemson also finished sixth in the Soccer Buzz final poll and seventh in the Soccer Times poll.

Clemson goalkeeper Katie Carson finished first in the nation for most solo shutouts with 13.

CLEMSON WOMEN’S SOCCER PLAYERS NAMED ALL-REGION

Clemson Women’s Soccer Players, Beth Keller, Katie Carson and Nancy Augustyniak and Alison Burpee were all named to the NSCAA All Southeast Region team as announced by the NSCAA Thursday.

Senior, forward Beth Keller was named to the first team as she had eight goals and seven assists for 23 points. Sophomore, goalkeeper Katie Carson finished the season with 13 shutouts and had a 0.74 goal allowed average. She also had 109 saves. Junior, defender Nancy Augustyniak finished the season with two goals and two assists for six points. Senior, midfielder Alison Burpee had six goals and three assists for 15 points.

Highest Ranked Women’s Sports in Clemson History

Year Team Coach Final Ranking
1990 Cross Country Wayne Coffman Third
1986 Cross Country Wayne Coffman Fifth
1982 Cross Country Sam Colson Fifth
1984 Cross Country Sam Colson Fifth
1987 Swimming Bob Boettner Fifth
1988 Swimming Bob Boettner Fifth
1981 Cross Country Sam Colson Sixth
1999 Soccer Ray & Tracey Leone Sixth

CLEMSON MEN’S SOCCER PLAYERS NAMED ALL-REGION

Clemson Men’s Soccer Players, Alan Woods, Mark Lisi and Mike Potempa were all named All-South as announced by the NSCAA Thursday.

Senior, defender Alan Woods was named to the first team, while junior, midfielder Mark Lisi was named to the second team. Junior, defender Mike Potempa was selected to the third team.

Woods finished the year with five goals and two assists for 12 points. Lisi had five goals and six assists for 16 points. Potempa had one goal and two assists for four points.

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