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Men’s Soccer Dominates Elon, 7-1

October 28, 1998

CLEMSON, S.C. – Wojtek Krakowiak scored four goals in leading second-ranked Clemson to a 7-1 win over Elon at Clemson, SC Wednesday night.

Clemson is ranked second in both the Soccer America and NSCAA polls. The Tigers improve their record to 16-1 overall, while Elon Falls to 5-11-1 overall. The Tigers have won 11 straight games.

Clemson’s 16-1 record is the best result after 17 games since the 1985 Tiger team went 16-0-1 after the first 17 games.

Krakowiak now has 23 goals this season. The 23 goals is the most scored by a Clemson player since Wolde Harris scored 26 goals in 1994. Krakowiak’s 23 goals also is the sixth most in a single season by a Clemson player in the school’s history.

Clemson will play at Maryland, Saturday night at 7:00 p.m. in the Tigers’ next action. Krakowiak is averaging 1.4 goals per game this season.

Clemson 7, Elon 1

1. Clemson–Bob Cavanagh (Bower, Rawlins) 28:01 2. Clemson–Jeremy Iwaszkowiec (Lisi, Elliott) 30:14 3. Clemson–Wojtek Krakowiak (Penalty Kick) 35:22 4. Clemson–Wojtek Krakowiak (Bower, Goodacre) 36:40 5. Elon–Duran Martin (Unassisted) 58:04 6. Clemson–Mark Lisi (Hill) 73:10 7. Clemson–Wojtek Krakowiak (Penalty Kick) 85:59 8. Clemson–Wojtek Krakowiak (Lake, Keiffer) 87:43

Shots: Clemson 18 Elon 3Corner Kicks: Clemson 4, Elon 1Saves: Josh Campbell (C) 1, Patrick Fullerton (C) 1, Scot Wahl (E) 3, Paul Euter (E) 1Fouls: Clemson 12, Elon 14Attendance: 785