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Sep 12, 2019

No. 13 Tigers set for road test at No. 10 Notre Dame

Clemson, S.C. –The No. 13 Clemson men’s soccer team will take to the road for the first time this season as they face the No. 10 Notre Dame Fighting Irish on Friday night. The match will come after the Tigers spent the first four games playing at Historic Riggs Field. The two sides hold undefeated records heading into the match.

Game #5 Information

Who: No. 13 Clemson Tigers (4-0) at No. 10 Notre Dame Fighting Irish (3-0)

Where: Alumni Stadium at the University of Notre Dame

When: Friday, Sept. 13 at 7:00 p.m.

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Series Notes

Clemson Notes

  • Clemson improved their position by six spots in the United Soccer Coaches poll this past week, rising from No. 19 to No. 13.
  • The team has scored 21 goals through their first four games. That is the most goals in an opening four match since 1994, when the team netted 22 goals.
  • Clemson saw two players, Robbie Robinson and Kimarni Smith, each score a hat trick in their last match against USC Upstate. This feat hadn’t been accomplished since Gary Conner and David Fortner each scored three on November 5, 1986 against Mercer.
  • As a team, Clemson leads the country in 10 major categories.
  • Clemson has seven players nationally ranked within the top 20 across 10 different categories.
  • Six of the seven players are ranked multiple times: The six players are Kimarni Smith (7), Robbie Robinson (5), Grayson Barber (4), Tanner Dieterich (2), Phillip Mayaka (2) and Adrian Nunez (2).
  • Kimarni Smith is the leading scorer with five goals. Grayson Barber and Robbie Robinson are tied for the second most, each having four to their name.
  • This is the third time in ten years that the Tigers have started 4-0.
Clemson Tigers Official Athletics Site

Notre Dame Notes