Nov. 10, 2001
CLEMSON, S.C. — Ian Fuller scored the game’s only goal in leading 10th-ranked Clemson to a 1-0 win over sixth-ranked Wake Forest in an Atlantic Coast Conference men’s soccer match at Clemson, SC Saturday evening.
With the win, Clemson is 14-4 overall, 4-2 in the ACC. Wake Forest falls to 13-4-1 overall, 3-2-1 in league play. The Tigers are ranked 10th by Soccer America, and 13th in the NSCAA according to the polls released November 5. In the soccertimes.com poll, Clemson is ranked 10th.
Fuller scored the goal with 7:10 gone in the match. Paul Souders sent a pass to Fabio Tambosi on the left wing. Tambosi sent a long pass to Fuller in the middle. Fuller sent the ball into the back of the net from eight yards out for his eighth goal of the season.
Wake Forest outshot Clemson 12-7. Clemson’s goalkeeper Doug Warren made six saves and the Deacons’ goalkeeper William Hesmer made three saves.
Both Clemson and Wake Forest will participate in the 15th annual Atlantic Coast Soccer Tournament at Clemson, SC on November 15-18.
“This was a good win for us,” said Clemson Head Coach Trevor Adair. “With forwards Steven Rhyne and Dimelon Westfield hurt, we were glad to take the early lead. Our team showed a lot of character and played hard. We played a great defensive game to preserve the win. Wake Forest is as good of a team that we have played this year. This was not only a good conference win but a good region victory for us.”
Goals:Clemson-Ian Fuller (Fabio Tambosi, Paul Souders)
Shots: Clemson 7, Wake Forest 12 Corner Kicks: Clemson 0, Wake Forest 0 Saves: Doug Warren (CU) 6, William Hesmer (WF) 3 Fouls: Clemson 22, Wake Forest 19 Attendance: 1288
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