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Clemson’s Cody Mizell Honored by Soccer America

Clemson’s Cody Mizell Honored by Soccer America

Dec. 30, 2010

CLEMSON, SC – Clemson goalkeeper Cody Mizell was named to the 2010 Soccer America All-Freshman first-team as announced by the publication/website Thursday.

Mizell played in 18 matches and had 17 starts in 2010. He finished the year with a 1.15 goals allowed average and had 64 saves. The Atlanta, GA native had a .753 saves pct.

Mizell recorded two solo shutouts this season. He also had four or more saves in nine matches during the year. He had a season-high nine saves at Charlotte on September 28.

He also had the most saves by a Clemson freshman since the 1990 season when former Tiger Jaro Zawislan had 134 saves during his rookie season.

Mizell becomes the seventh Tiger to be named to the Soccer America All-Freshman team. The last Clemson player named to this team was Greg Eckhardt who made the second team in 2006. Other Clemson players who have made the Soccer America All-Freshmen team in the past are as follows: Joey Feinberg, 1987; Jimmy Glenn, 1990; Jamahl Green, 1992; Paul Stalteri, 1996; Oguchi Onyewu, 2000; Eckhardt, 2006.