Sept. 20, 2002
TALLAHASSEE, FL – Leah Gallegos scored three goals including the game-winner in overtime as Florida State defeated Clemson 4-3 in a women’s Atlantic Coast Conference soccer match at Tallahassee, FL Friday night.
With the win, Florida State improves to 4-2-2 overall and 1-0 in the ACC. Clemson falls to 4-4 overall and 0-1 in the ACC. The Lady Tigers are ranked 17th by Soccer America and 22nd in soccertimes.com.
Clemson took a 1-0 lead as Allison Graham scored at the 5:11 mark with an assist by Paige Ledford. Cindy Schofield tied the score early in the second half with an assist by Kristin Boyce.
Florida State took a 2-1 lead as Gallegos scored at the 63:19 mark with an assist by Allison Ferreri. Clemson tied the score as Arrington scored an unassisted goal at the 71:55 point. Clemson took a 3-2 lead with 78:32 gone in the match with an assist by Allison Graham. Gallegos tied the score at 3-3 as she netted an unassisted goal with 2:39 left to go in regulation.
Gallegos scored the game-winner with 2:32 gone in the first sudden-death overtime period. Camie Bybee was credited with the assist.
“I’m not disappointed in the way we played, but I am disappointed in the result,” said Clemson Head Coach Todd Bramble. “When you can score three goals on a team in the ACC on the road, it should be enough to win but that was not the case tonight. We will have to improve and get ready for Virginia next weekend.”
Clemson will play at Virginia on Saturday, September 28, at 5:00 p.m. in the Lady Tigers’ next action.
Scoring Clemson-Allison Graham (Paige Ledford) 5:11 Florida State-Cindy Schofield (Kristin Boyce) 47:27 Florida State-Leah Gallegos (Allison Ferreri) 63:19 Clemson-Deliah Arrington (Unassisted) 71:55 Clemson-Deliah Arrington (Allison Graham) 78:32 Florida State-Leah Gallegos (Unassisted) 87:21 Florida State-Leah Gallegos (Camie Bybee) 92:32
Shots: Clemson 15, Florida State 17 Corner Kicks: Clemson 4, Florida State 13 Saves: Leigh Ann Harrison (CU) 4, Sarah McClurg (CU) 2, Kerry York (FSU) 6 Fouls: Clemson 13, Florida State 13 Attendance: 1,051
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