Sept. 26, 2000
CLEMSON’S RECORD–Clemson has a 10-0 record overall. This is the best start in school history. The 1999 team held the previous school record for the best start with a 5-0 record.
CLEMSON WINS CLEMSON UNIVERSITY INVITATIONAL–Clemson defeated UNC-Asheville 5-0 and Furman 1-0 in the as the Lady Tigers won the Clemson University Invitational.
FRESHMAN LINDSAY BROWNE LEADS THE TEAM IN SCORING–Freshman Lindsay Browne has scored six goals and has eight assists this season and leads the Lady Tigers with 20 points. She has four winning goals this season. Deliah Arrington has six goals and five assists for 17 points. Arrington has four winning goals this season.
NATIONAL RANKINGS–Clemson is ranked second in both the NSCAA and Soccer America polls (September 25). This is the highest ranking in Clemson women’s soccer history.
GOALKEEPER CARSON HAS TWO SOLO SHUTOUTS–Clemson goalkeeper, Katie Carson has four solo shutouts and has allowed only five goals in 10 games this season. She has a 0.54 goal allowed average and has recorded 22 saves.
FOUR CLEMSON PLAYERS NAMED TO ALL TOURNAMENT TEAM–The #2 ranked Clemson Lady Tiger soccer team won the Clemson University Invitational on September 23 at Historic Riggs Field with a record of 2-0 and placed four members on the All-Tournament team.
Seniors Julie and Nancy Augustyniak paired with sophomore Deliah Arrington and freshman Lindsay Browne to lead the Lady Tigers to the championship. All four Lady Tigers were voted to the All-Tournament team along with Melissa Barnes, Melissa Turner and Danielle Petro of Furman, Erin Bushey and Katherine Warman of NC State and Caroline Jacobsen and Adrian Duffy of UNC Asheville.
Furman finished second followed by NC State and UNC Asheville who finished third and fourth respectively.
CLEMSON DEFEATS FURMAN FOR TOURNAMENT TITLE–The second- ranked Clemson Lady Tiger women’s soccer team won their 10th straight match as they defeated the previously unbeaten Furman Paladins 1-0 in the fourth and final game of the Clemson University Invitational on September 23 at Historic Riggs Field.
Clemson, the tournament champions with a 2-0 record in the invitational, improve to 10-0 on the season. Furman loses their first game of the season and falls to 10-1 on the season. The Paladins finish the tournament with a 1-1 record, good enough for second place. Sophomore Deliah Arrington scored the match’s only goal. She was assisted by freshman Lindsay Browne. This was Arrington’s sixth of the season.
Clemson records their sixth shutout of the year. The Lady Tigers also took 37 shots on goal, one night after registering a school-record 39 shots on goal versus UNC Asheville.
SCORING: 1.CLEMSON-Arrington (Browne), 25:50
SHOTS: Clemson 37, Furman 8 CORNER KICKS: Clemson 5, Furman 3 SAVES: Carson (CU) 2, Barnes (FU) 11 FOULS: Clemson 10, Furman 11 ATTENDANCE: 901
LADY TIGERS DEFEAT UNC-ASHEVILLE–The second-ranked Clemson Lady Tiger soccer team won their ninth straight match to open the season as they defeated the UNC Asheville Bulldogs 5-0 on September 22, in the second game of the Clemson University Invitational at Historic Riggs Field.
Freshman Lindsay Browne led all scorers with a goal and two assists. She scored the Lady Tigers’ fourth goal of the first half, as Clemson took the 4-0 lead into the lockerroom. Freshman Alison Mitchell had her first goal as a Lady Tiger, scoring the first goal at the 27:43 mark. Sophomore Deliah Arrington continued her points scoring streak with an assist on Mitchell’s score. This marked the eighth straight game with a point scored. The five goals were all scored by a different Lady Tiger.
The Lady Tigers took a school record 39 shots on goal. All 10 field players that started the game had at least one shot. Junior Leigh Clark had a goal and an assist as well. This was the fifth shutout of the year for the Lady Tigers.
SCORING: 1. CLEMSON-Mitchell (Arrington, Clark), 27:43 2. CLEMSON-Clark (Browne), 32:12 3. CLEMSON-Beem (Browne), 38:01 4. CLEMSON-Browne (Clowney), 38:34 5. CLEMSON-Mullinix (Williams), 62:15
SHOTS: Clemson 39, UNCA 2 CORNER KICKS: Clemson 12, UNCA 0 SAVES: Carson (CU) 1, Harrison (CU) 1, Jacobsen (UNCA) 14 FOULS: Clemson 14, UNCA 5 ATTENDANCE: 689
UPCOMING ACTION–The Clemson Women’s Soccer Team will play at Virginia at 7:00 p.m. on Friday, September 29. On Sunday, the Lady Tigers will play at Richmond at 1:00 p.m.
BROWNE NAMED CO-ACC PLAYER-OF-THE-WEEK–Clemson freshman Lindsay Browne and North Carolina senior Raven McDonald have earned ACC Player of the Week honors. Both players tallied five points in two games last week for their respective teams.
Browne, a forward from Encinitas, Calif., scored one goal and made two assists in a 5-0 shutout against UNC Asheville on Friday, Sept. 22, in the Clemson University Invitational. On Sunday, Sept. 24, Browne assisted Deliah Arrington on the lone goal of the game as Clemson shutout Furman 1-0 to win the tournament. Furman was previously undefeated. Browne was named to the All-Tournament team of the Invitational. She leads the team in scoring with 20 points and has helped Clemson to a perfect 10-0-0 record.
McDonald, a forward from Benson, N.C., made one assist in a 4-0 shutout over William & Mary on Friday, Sept. 22, in the Tar Heels’ first game of the Duke adidas Classic. Against Texas Christian on Sunday, Sept. 24, McDonald scored two goals in a 6-0 shutout, helping the Tar Heels win the tournament title. McDonald has started all 11 games for the Tar Heels, contributing nine points this season.
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