Friday, April 9 — 7 p.m.
Louisville, Ky. — Dr. Mark & Cindy Lynn Stadium
655 spectators permitted || Free admission
Clemson Match Notes || Louisville Notes
Live stats || Watch on ACCNX
April 2, 2021 — No. 4 Wake Forest v. No. 1 Clemson
CLEMSON, S.C. — After 110 hard-fought minutes at Historic Riggs Field, No. 1 Clemson (12-2-2) and No. 4 Wake Forest (11-2-2) drew level at 0-0 on Friday night. Clemson proved to be the dominant offensive force in the match, registering 19 shots to the Demon Deacons’ nine. With three saves in the match, George Marks became the 15th goalkeeper in program history to eclipse 100 career saves.
“We wanted to clinch the division in front of our home fans, who were great tonight,” said head coach Mike Noonan. “Unfortunately, sometimes the soccer gods aren’t on your side and we weren’t able to finish the chances that we had in front of the goal. Defensively we were sound and I thought Hamady [Diop], Oskar [Agren] and George [Marks] were really good. John Martin was terrific when he came in. There’s still more work to do, but it’s fun because as a young group, they are still a work in progress.”