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Sep 05, 2019

No. 19 Clemson Hosts UNC Greensboro for First Friday Action

Clemson, S.C. – The No. 19 Clemson men’s soccer team looks to extend their impressive streak of play on Friday under the lights of Historic Riggs Field against the UNC Greensboro Spartans. The matchup, which is held in conjunction with First Friday festivities, will be the third of four home games the squad has to open the season.

Match Day 3 - Information

Who: No. 19 Clemson Tigers (2-0) v. UNC Greensboro Spartans (1-1)


When: Friday, Sept. 6 at 7:30 p.m.


Where: Historic Riggs Field


Watch on ACCNX.


Live Stats available on StatBroadcast.


Season and single game tickets are available here.

The first two games of the season have seen Clemson score 12 goals off of 50 shots, with 28 being on goal. Nine different players have registered a goal for the Tigers this season, with Grayson Barber and Kimarni Smith being the only two players with multiple scores. Grayson Barber leads the team with seven points, off three goals and one assist, while Tanner Dieterich leads the team with four assists.

To begin First Friday action, the No. 19 Clemson women’s soccer team will take to Historic Riggs Field to face the Oregon Ducks at 5 p.m. Tickets for the men’s match will also gain fans entrance to the women’s match, with tickets beginning to be scanned at 6 p.m. Fans will not have to clear the stadium at the conclusion of the women’s match

Series Notes

Clemson Notes

  • Clemson enters the match riding a two-game win streak to start the season, outscoring opponents by a 12-0 margin.
  • 25 different players have seen playing time during the first two matches (22 field, 3 goalies).
  • Malick Mbaye leads the team with 172 minutes played during the opening matches.
  • George Marks has a 2-0 record in net, logging 45 shut-out minutes during the Tigers’ match against Detroit Mercy.
  • Last match’s 8-0 score line was the first time the Tigers have scored eight goals in a game since Aug. 31, 2006.
  • The previous record for most goals scored in a season under Mike Noonan was six, which had been accomplished three times.
  • The 13 assists recorded in Monday’s match are the most in program history, breaking the previous record of 12, set back on Sept. 1, 1989.

UNC Greensboro Notes