CLEMSON, S.C. – The Atlantic Coast Conference has honored five Clemson men’s soccer team members on Tuesday afternoon. Diego Campos, Oliver Shannon, Patrick Bunk-Andersen, Tanner Dieterich, and Malick Mbaye all earned All-ACC accolades for 2016.
Junior Diego Campos is a member of the All-ACC Second Team for the first time in his career. The forward from Costa Rica leads the Tigers with six goals and 15 points this season. On Sunday Campos came up with the game-clinching penalty kick to help the Tigers advance to the ACC semifinals for the fifth straight season.
Midfielder Oliver Shannon was named to the All-ACC Second Team this season with his solid play in the middle of the pitch for the Tigers. Last season the native of Liverpool was named to the All-ACC Third Team as a sophomore. Shannon has started all 18 matches for the Tigers so far this year and leads the team with four assists.
Sophomore defender Patrick Bunk-Andersen was also honored by the conference with All-ACC Third Team honors. Last season Bunk-Andersen was named to the All-ACC freshman squad. So far this season Bunk-Andersen has played in and started all 18 matches as well. The native of Denmark leads the team in minutes played in 2015
Freshmen Malick Mbaye and Tanner Dieterich were both named to the All-ACC Freshman team on Tuesday. Mbaye, a native of Senegal has brought steady play to the middle of the field for the Tigers this season along with the game-winning goal at Louisville just a week ago. Dieterich, a native of Nashville has played multiple positions so far this season for the Tigers along with U-19 United States National Team experience.
CLEMSON’S 2016 ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE AWARD WINNERS
All-ACC Second Team
Diego Campos, Jr., F, Clemson
Oliver Shannon, Jr., M, Clemson
All- ACC Third Team
Patrick Bunk-Andersen, So., D, Clemson
All-ACC Freshman Team
Malick Mbaye, Fr., D, Clemson
Tanner Dieterich, Fr., D, Clemson
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