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Clemson Women’s Soccer Hold Annual Banquet

Dec. 17, 2003

Allison Mitchell was named the team’s MVP and Lydia Vandenbergh was named the team’s most improved player at the Clemson women’s soccer banquet recently held at the Tiger Den in Memorial Stadium.

Mitchell (Senior, Signal Mountain, TN) played in all 20 matches for the Lady Tigers this season as a defensive midfielder. Vandenbergh (SO, Pisgah Forest, NC) also started all 20 matches and finished with one goal and had three assists for five points.

Courtney Foster was named the team’s most valuable offensive player, and Sarah Turner was named the squad’s most valuable defensive player.

Foster, a freshman from Conyers, GA, finished the season with 13 goals and five assists for 31 points.

Sarah Turner, a junior from Greer, SC, started all 20 matches for Clemson as a defender.

Leigh Ann Harrison (SR, Simpsonville, SC) was named the recipient of the Coaches’ Award.

The team’s MVP Trophy is donated by the Riggs Goodman Family, while the Most Improved Trophy is donated by the Michael and Susan Campbell Family.