Sept. 21, 2000
CLEMSON, SC – Clemson Lady Tiger soccer player Deliah Arrington was named the NCAA Women’s Soccer Player-of-the-Week according to the Soccer Times publication. The 5-foot-5 Pawleys Island, SC, resident started her week in style for the then-No. 4 Lady Tigers Wednesday, netting the winning goal in a 2-1 decision over top-ranked, defending NCAA champion North Carolina. For good measure, she provided two of the goals for undefeated Clemson (8-0) in a 4-0 domination of Western Carolina. The biological sciences major has five goals and four assists for 14 points in 2000 after a freshman campaign in which she led the Tigers in goals (9), game-winning goals (3) and points (25), as well as tying for the lead in assists (7). In high school, Arrington won state championships in the 100-meter hurdles. Her father Vandel was a cornerback on Clemson’s 1981 national championship football team.
Arrington also was nominated to the Soccer America Team-of-the-Week for September 11-17. She is second on the team in points and tied for first with five goals. She has led Clemson to a school record start to a season with the 8-0 start and has led the Lady Tigers to a school record ranking, with Clemson being ranked #2 in both the Soccer America poll and the NSCAA poll.
Arrington and the Lady Tigers will be in action tomorrow Sept. 22 and Saturday Sept. 23, as they will play host to the Clemson University Invitational. The field includes Clemson, Furman, UNC Asheville and NC State. Furman and NC State will match up at 4:30 p.m., followed by Clemson and UNC-A at 7:00 p.m. tomorrow. UNC-A and NC State will play first at 4:30 p.m. on Saturday and Clemson will host Furman at 7:00 p.m.
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