It was an exciting week of professional soccer thanks to the numerous contributions of Clemson men’s soccer alumni!
Tommy McNamara made his debut for the New England Revolution late in this past week’s match, entering in the 73rd minute and registering one shot during his 17 minutes of playing time. The Revolution ended the match in a 1-1 draw with NY Red Bulls.
First two subs in.➡️ @Krowe210 ➡️ @Tommy_Mc15 ⬅️ @MattPolster ⬅️ Buksa#NERevs | @SantanderBankUS pic.twitter.com/9BWsAAUA67— New England Revolution (@NERevolution) August 30, 2020
First two subs in.
➡️ @Krowe210 ➡️ @Tommy_Mc15
⬅️ @MattPolster ⬅️ Buksa#NERevs | @SantanderBankUS pic.twitter.com/9BWsAAUA67
— New England Revolution (@NERevolution) August 30, 2020
Robbie Robinson returned to the pitch for the first time since March with Inter Miami, with the first overall pick in the 2020 MLS SuperDraft entering the match in the 75th minute.
Joe Bendik was on the bench for the Philadelphia Union’s commanding 4-1 victory over D.C. United on Saturday evening.
Andrew Tarbell dressed for the Columbus Crew’s match against FC Cincinnati over the weekend, with the two sides playing to a 0-0 draw.
Cody Mizell earned the start in net for New Mexico United, helping his side secure a point in a 1-1 draw with Colorado Springs Switchbacks FC. Earlier in the week, Mizell was honored by the USL Championship for making the Save of the Week!
𝒯𝒶𝓀𝒾𝓃𝑔 𝒻𝓁𝒾𝑔𝒽𝓉 for Week 9's Save of the Week!@CodyMizell1 | @NewMexicoUTD pic.twitter.com/RnfjW4E7fd— USL Championship (@USLChampionship) August 28, 2020
𝒯𝒶𝓀𝒾𝓃𝑔 𝒻𝓁𝒾𝑔𝒽𝓉 for Week 9's Save of the Week!@CodyMizell1 | @NewMexicoUTD pic.twitter.com/RnfjW4E7fd
— USL Championship (@USLChampionship) August 28, 2020
Kyle Murphy logged a full 90 minutes on the field for the Tampa Bay Rowdies as his side fell, 1-0, to the Charleston Battery. Like Mizell, Murphy was honored by the USL Championship as having the Goal of the Week after slotting home a vicious strike the prior week.
.@kmurph_19's 🚀 is Week 9's top-finish 🤩. pic.twitter.com/X7r0esWCeD— USL Championship (@USLChampionship) August 28, 2020
.@kmurph_19's 🚀 is Week 9's top-finish 🤩. pic.twitter.com/X7r0esWCeD
Phanuel Kavita sported the captain’s armband for Saint Louis FC as the team earned a point via a 1-1 result against Louisville City FC. Kavita, a crucial member for Saint Louis’ backline, recorded one tackle, five clearances and one interception while completing 90% of his passes.
Jack Metcalf earned the start along San Diego Loyal’s backline and registered three tackles and one clearance in his 90 minutes of action, helping his side secure a 0-0 draw with Orange County SC.
Patrick Bunk-Andersen made his debut with the Pittsburgh Riverhounds by entering in the 82nd minute of the team’s 3-0 victory over Hartford Athletic.
82' | We make our final two substitutions.⬆️ Mark Forrest, Patrick Bunk-Andersen⬇️ Anthony Velarde, Skylar Thomas0-3 | #HFDvPIT pic.twitter.com/1D3v7Hxqb3— Pittsburgh Riverhounds SC (@RiverhoundsSC) August 29, 2020
82' | We make our final two substitutions.
⬆️ Mark Forrest, Patrick Bunk-Andersen⬇️ Anthony Velarde, Skylar Thomas
0-3 | #HFDvPIT pic.twitter.com/1D3v7Hxqb3
— Pittsburgh Riverhounds SC (@RiverhoundsSC) August 29, 2020
Tanner Dieterich logged his first full professional match by earning the start in the midfield for Chattanooga Red Wolves SC. Dieterich was clinical with his passing, completing 86.7% of his attempted passes.
Paul Clowes was a member of the Greenville Triumph SC squad that squared off against the New England Revolution II early in the week, with the Triumph falling, 1-0, in the match. Over the weekend, Clowes earned the start for his side in their match against the Richmond Kickers, playing the opening the 54 minutes.
Oliver Shannon, a member of Bala Town F.C., helped his side to a tremendous victory over Valetta in the first qualifying round of the Europa League.
FULLTIME – OUR EUROPA LEAGUE CURSE IS BROKEN!!!!! pic.twitter.com/M2pd7iQcFI— Bala Town F.C. (@BalaTownFC) August 27, 2020
FULLTIME – OUR EUROPA LEAGUE CURSE IS BROKEN!!!!! pic.twitter.com/M2pd7iQcFI
— Bala Town F.C. (@BalaTownFC) August 27, 2020
Diego Campos and Iman Mafi both saw action with FK Jerv this past week, with both players starting for Jerv in their midweek match against Ranheim TF. Campos earned the start on Sunday as Jerv took on Strommen.
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