Sept. 9, 2004
CLEMSON, SC–Kelly Schneider scored two goals and had one assist and teammates Paige Ledford and Lindsay Browne both scored two goals each in Clemson’s 8-0 win over East Carolina in a women’s intercollegiate soccer match at Clemson, SC Thursday night.
The match is part of the Furman Invitational, but because of wet grounds, the match was played at Clemson. Kansas defeated Furman 3-0 in the other game played at Greenville, SC. Clemson will play Kansas on Saturday at Furman at 12:00 p.m. on Saturday, September 11.
The Lady Tigers’ Allison Graham also had three assists in the match, tying her for second place in the Clemson record book for most assists in a match.
Clemson improves to 5-0, while East Carolina falls to 2-2 this season. Clemson is ranked fourth by Soccer America and seventh by the NSCAA. The Lady Tigers are off to the second best start in school history.
“Tonight’s match was what the doctor ordered,” said Clemson Head Coach Todd Bramble. “We played great soccer, we had injured players returning, and we had several reserves playing as well. We prepared for this match and were all business-like in many areas. We were intense and physical on the defensive end. Courtney Foster played great. Her timing and her runs create a lot of problems for the opponents. Although she did not have a goal tonight, she did everything well. She will have other opportunities to score this season. I am real happy for Lindsay Browne. She has done a great job for us this season.”
“Clemson has a great team,” said East Carolina Head Coach Rob Donnenwirth. “Clemson is well coached and we simply got outclassed tonight. We are very young in the back and we still have a ways to go. Clemson can beat you in a lot of ways and they can attack from a lot of places. They will be heard from this season.”
Clemson 8, East Carolina 0
Clemson–Paige Ledford (Lydia Vandenbergh, Allison Graham) 9:21
Clemson–Lindsay Browne (Allison Graham) 14:57
Clemson–Paige Ledford (Allison Graham) 19:26
Clemson–Sarah Turner (Unassisted) 22:40
Clemson–Kelly Schneider (Britten Meyer) 38:17
Clemson–Lindsay Browne (Kelly Schneider) 63:30
Clemson–Elizabeth Jobe (Unassisted) 66:27
Clemson–Kelly Schneider (Stephanie Wolla, Kim Faerber) 89:46
Shots: Clemson 31, East Carolina 7
Corner Kicks: Clemson 11, East Carolina 1
Save: Lauren Johnston (CU) 3, Stephanie Permar (CU) 1, Lauren Church (EC) 4, Lindsi Troxler (EC) 6
Fouls: Clemson 12, East Carolina 11
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