Dec. 12, 2002
Clemson men’s soccer players Doug Warren and Dimelon Westfield were both named National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) All-Americans as announced by the NSCAA Thursday.
Warren was named to the first team, while Westfield was named to the second team. Warren finished the season with a 1.31 GAA and made 108 saves. Warren finished his career with 261 saves, fourth on the all-time Clemson career list. He was also named second-team All-ACC this season.
Dimelon Westfield finished the season with 20 goals and five assists for 45 points. The senior from Morvant, Trinidad was named first-team All-ACC this season. Westfield scored goals in nine consecutive matches on September 19-October 23 this year. This performance is tied for second in Clemson history for most consecutive matches in scoring a goal. He tied with Andy Demori (1969-70), Jimmy Glenn (1993) and Wolde Harris (1993) for second place in the Clemson record books. Nnamdi Nwokocha scored in 11 consecutive matches in 1980-81.
Clemson finished the season with a 14-5-3 record overall. The Tigers advanced to the NCAA Tournament’s Elite Eight for the 11th time in school history. The Tigers have played in the Elite Eight four time sin the last six seasons.
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