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Sheridan Earns All-American Honors

Sheridan Earns All-American Honors

CLEMSON, S.C. – Junior goalkeeper Kailen Sheridan was named a third team All-American by the NSCAA as announced on Friday. Sheridan became just the seventh All-American in Clemson history and first since Ashley Phillips in 2006. Sheridan also becomes the third keeper in Clemson history to earn NSCAA All-American Honors as Phillips and Katie Carson received the same honor.

The Whitby, Ontario native recorded seven shutouts in her 2015 campaign, bringing her career total to 22 and moving her into second place all time in Clemson history in shutouts. She earned a 1.03 goals allowed average, which ranks tenth in Clemson history for a single season. She accumulated 57 saves on the year, enough to move her into fifth place in school history for career saves at 163.

Sheridan and the Tigers advanced to the ACC Tournament for the first time since 2007 and earned a spot in the NCAA Tournament for the second straight year after missing the tournament for six consecutive years. The 2015 squad advanced to the round of 32 in the NCAA Tournament, the best finish since 2007, after winning 14 matches, the most since 2002.