Oct. 19, 2002
WINSTON-SALEM, NC – In a battle of two top-five teams, Clemson and Wake Forest played to a 2-2 tie in a men’s Atlantic Coast Conference soccer match at Winston-Salem, NC Saturday night. Dimelon Westfield scored two first-half goals for the Tigers.
Wake Forest is ranked second by both the Soccer America and NSCAA polls. Clemson is ranked fourth by Soccer America and eighth by the NSCAA. The Tigers are ranked fifth by Soccertimes.com. The Tigers are 9-1-2 overall and 2-1-1 in the ACC this season. Clemson remains unbeaten in the last eight matches.
Wake Forest is now 9-0-3 overall and 3-0-1 in league play. The Deacons are ranked second in both the Soccer America and NSCAA polls.
Clemson took a 2-0 lead in the first 21 minutes of play. Westfield scored at the 14:19 mark and again at the 20:35 point in the match. Both of Westfield’s goals were assisted by Steven Rhyne.
Wake Forest scored at the 54:46 mark as Jeremiah White scored with an assist by Justin Moose. Amir Lowery tied the score at the 70:08 mark with assists by Kelvin Jones and Moose
Westfield is Clemson’s leading scorer with 34 points. He has 16 goals and two assists this season.
Westfield has now scored 14 goals in the last eight matches. He has scored in eight consecutive matches.
Scoring Clemson-Dimelon Westfield (Steven Rhyne) 14:19 Clemson-Dimelon Westfield (Steven Rhyne) 20:35 Wake Forest-Jeremiah White (Justin Moose) 54:46 Wake Forest-Amir Lowery (Kelvin Jones, Justin Moose) 70:08
Shots: Clemson, 13, Wake Forest 17 Corner Kicks: Clemson 2, Wake Forest 9 Saves: Doug Warren (CU) 6 William Hesmer (WF) 3 Fouls: Clemson 23, Wake Forest 14
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