Oct. 13, 2003
COLLEGE PARK, MD-Ali Andrzejewski and Mallory Mahar both scored one goal each as 23rd-ranked Maryland defeated 24th-ranked Clemson 2-1 in an Atlantic Coast Conference women’s soccer match at College Park, MD Friday night. With the win, Maryland improves to 7-4-1 overall and 1-2 in the ACC. Clemson falls to 7-3-2 overall, and 1-1 in league play.
Ten minutes in the match the Terps capitalized on a Clemson defensive turnover and Andrzejeski blasted a shot from the left edge of the box. This was Andrzejeski’s third goal of the season.
Maryland scored its second goal of the evening when Mahar sent a head shot into the net seven minutes gone in the second half. Lindsay Givens was credited with the assist. Mahar has scored three goals this season.
The Tigers scored 10 minutes later when Courtney Foster got past the Terp backline on a through pass from Allison Graham and touched it past the Maryland keeper Kristen Barnhill to pull Clemson to within one. This was Foster’s seventh goal of the year. Clemson goalkeeper Lauren Whitt finished the match with nine saves.
Maryland 2, Clemson 1
Maryland-Ali Andrzejewski (Unassisted) 10:15 Maryland-Mallory Mahar (Lindsay Givens) 51:40 Clemson-Courtney Foster (Allison Graham) 62:01
Shots: Clemson 13, Maryland 20 Corner Kicks: Clemson 4, Maryland 2 Saves: Lauren Whitt (CU) 9, Kristen Barnhill (MD) 5 Fouls: Clemson 7, Maryland 5 Attendance: 1,516<
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