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Clemson Men’s Soccer Players Named To Soccer America’s All-Century Team

Jan. 18, 2000

CLEMSON, S.C. — Two former Clemson Men’s Soccer Players, Bruce Murray and Adubarie Otorubio, have been named to Soccer America’s All-Century team as announced by the Soccer America Magazine Thursday.

Bruce Murray, a forward, stared for the Tigers during the 1984-87 seasons. Murray had 48 goals and 46 assists during his Clemson career. He also won the Hermann Trophy in 1987. He was named first-team All-American his sophomore and senior seasons. He was a veteran of 84 games in his career and had either a goal or an assist in 56 games. He was named first tam All-ACC in 1985 and 1987.

Otorubio was a defender and is the Tigers’ only three-time All-American. He was named the 1983 ACC Player-of-the-Year. He ws also named first-team All-ACC for four seasons 1981-84.

The All-Century Team:

GK Brad Friedel UCLA 1990-92
D Erik Imler Virginia 1989-92
D Paul Caligiuri UCLA 1982-83, 85-86
D Adubarie Otorubio Clemson 1981-84
M Andy Atuegbu San Francisco 1974-77
M Mike Fisher Virginia 1993-96
M Bruce Murray Clemson 1984-87
F Angelo DiBernardo Indiana 1976-78
F Armando Betancourt Indiana 1979-81
F Ken Snow Indiana 1987-89

Soccer America Men’s Player of the Century: M – Claudio Reyna (Virginia 1991-93)

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