Nov. 7, 2004
CLEMSON, SC-Corey Ashe scored two goals in leading North Carolina to a 4-1 win over Clemson in a men’s Atlantic Coast Conference soccer match at Clemson, SC Sunday afternoon.
North Carolina improves to 9-7-2 overall, 4-3 in the ACC. Clemson falls to 8-8-1 overall and 2-5 in league play.
In the first half, North Carolina scored two goals within :46 seconds of each other. At the 33:50 mark, Jamie Watson scored his sixth goal of the season on a breakaway.
Wes Shull scored 46:seconds later at the 34:36 point as Wes Shull scored his first goal of the season with an assist by Ty Allison.
Clemson scored exactly two minutes later as Just Moore scored his third goal of the year with an assist by Steven Rhyne.
Ashe scored at the 68:07 mark with an assist by Andrew Rheay. He scored 4:36 later on an unassisted goal. Ashe now has eight goals on the year.
“This is a low point in our season,” said Clemson Head Coach Trevor Adair. “The effort was good for the first 15 minutes and we had chances, but we could not finish. We made some mistakes and we paid for them. That has been the story of the season. Because of injuries, we moved people around. We can’t catch a break. North Carolina was the better team today. I am disappointed not in the lack of effort but the development of the team this season.”
North Carolina–Jamie Watson (Unassisted) 33:50
North Carolina–Wes Shull (Ty Allison) 34:36
Clemson -Justin Moore (Stephen Rhyne) 36:36
North Carolina -Corey Ashe (Andrea Rhea) 68:07
North Carolina -Corey Ashe (Unassisted) 73:43
Shots: Clemson 12, North Carolina 16
Corner Kicks: Clemson 7, North Carolina 4
Saves: Hunter Gilstrap (CU) 5, Ford Williaams (UNC) 2
Fouls: Clemson 10, North Carolina 10
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