Aug. 27, 2006
CLEMSON, SC-Meghan Smith scored three goals and Julie Bolt tied the school record for most assists in a match with four in leading Clemson to a 7-0 win over Tennessee Tech in a women,s soccer match at Clemson, SC Sunday afternoon.
With the win, Clemson improves to 2-0 on the year, while Tennessee Tech falls to 0-2 this season.
Clemson had a 5-0 lead at the half. The Lady Tigers took an early 1-0 lead as Courtney Foster scored with 1:10 gone in the match with an assist by Bolt. In the last 11:43 of the first half, Clemson scored four goals. Smith scored her three goals during this period as did Molly Franklin. Bolt finished the first half with four assists breaking the record for most assists in a single half and tying the school,s best for most assists in a single contest.
Clemson added two more goals in the final 8:14 of the match as Kim Faerber scored her first career goal and Lily Boleyn scored in the 86th minute on a penalty kick.
“In spite of the win, we didn’t execute our game plan, °/°° said Clemson Head Coach Julie Bolt is off to a great start as well.”
Clemson will play Colorado and Denver in the Colorado Invitational in Boulder, CO this weekend in the Lady Tigers’ next action.
Clemson 7, Tennessee Tech 0
Clemson-Courtney Foster (Julie Bolt) 1:10
Clemson-Meghan Smith (Julie Bolt) 33:17
Clemson-Molly Franklin (Julie Bolt) 36:43
Clemson-Meghan Smith (Julie Bolt) 39:02
Clemson-Meghan Smith (Molly Franklin) 41:30
Clemson-Kim Faerber (Danielle Schmitt, Fraser Gerth) 81:46
Clemson-Lily Boleyn (Penalty Kick) 85:23
Shots: Clemson 30, Tennessee Tech 0
Corner Kicks: Clemson 5, Tennessee Tech 0
Saves: Ashley Phillips (CU) 0, Stephanie Permar (CU) 0, Loretta McNamee (TT) 13
Fouls: Clemson 5, Tennessee Tech 13
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