Sept. 9, 2005
Norfolk, VA–Clemson’s Alan O’Hara scored in the 107th minute in the second overtime period to lead the 13th-ranked Tigers to a 3-2 win over William & Mary at the Old Dominion Tournament in Norfolk, VA Friday night. Jeff Routh led the Tigers with two goals on the evening, coming in the 20th minute and 55th minute respectively.
O’Hara scored the game winner at 106:51 in the second overtime off a corner kick serviced by Nathan Sturgis to give Clemson the victory. Martin Brady and Andreas Nydal both notched a goal and assist for the Tribe. Clemson held a 17-0 advantage in corner kicks, and also outshot the Tribe 17-11. Phil Marfuggi collected five saves for Clemson, and Kris Rake had four for William & Mary.
The Old Dominion Soccer Classic resumes on Sunday at 12 noon, when the Tribe of William & Mary face Rhode Island, followed by the #21 Monarchs taking on #13 Clemson at 2:30 p.m. The Queens Cup presentation and announcing of awards will commence immediately following the conclusion of ODU-Clemson.
“A game like this really helps build team character,” said Clemson Head Coach Trevor Adair. “We dominated the game and played very well. I am proud of the team and how we found a way to win in overtime.”
Clemson 3, William & Mary 2
Clemson-John Routh (Justin Moore) 19:25
William & Mary-Martin Brady (Andres Nydal) 42:17
Clemson-John Routh (Unassisted) 54:21
William & Mary-Andres Nydal) Martin Brady 54:45
Clemson-Alan O’Hara (Nathan Sturgis) 106:51
Shots: Clemson 17 William & Mary 11
Corner Kicks: Clemson 17, William & Mary 0
Saves: Phil Marfuggi (CU) 5, Kris Rake (W&M) 4
Fouls: Clemson 17, William & Mary 20
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