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Hamady Diop - Men's Soccer - Clemson University Athletics

#5  Hamady Diop

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Awards & Recognition

  • Postseason Top 100 Freshman – No. 40
  • ACC All-Freshman Team (2020)
  • Team of the Week (March 23)
  • Team of the Week (Sept. 13)
  • Second-team All-ACC (2021)
  • Second-team All-South Region (2021)
  • Second-team All-ACC (2022)
  • Second-team All-South Region (2022)

2022 Season (Junior)

  • Scored Clemson’s lone goal vs. UCLA in the NCAA Tournament.
  • Recorded his first goal of the season versus NC State
  • Has started in 13 games this season.

2021 Season (Sophomore)

  • Scored the game-winning goal against St. John’s in the season opener on a free kick.
  • Tallied his first assist against USC Upstate on a goal from Isaiah Reid.
  • Tallied his second assist in the ACC opener against NC  State.
  • Scored his second goal of the season against Coastal Carolina.
  • Scored the go-ahead goal off a corner against Duke.
  • Tallied his third assist against Louisville on goal from Alvaro Gomez.
  • Converted on a successful penalty kick in the Round of 8 against No. 1 Oregon State.
  • Converted on a successful penalty kick in the Round of 4 against No. 4 Notre Dame.
  • Played all 90 minutes in the National Championship against No. 2 Washington.

2020-21 Season (Freshman)

  • Made his Clemson debut by appearing as a substitute in the Tigers’ match against Syracuse (March 7).
  • Made the first start of his career against Virginia Tech (March 13), slotting in at center-back.
  • Scored his first collegiate goal against NC State (March 20) via a penalty kick in the 87th minute. This served as his first collegiate point.
  • Scored Clemson’s lone goal against Louisville (April 9), converting his PK opportunity in the 90th minute.
  • Recorded a single-match career-high for shots on goal against Wake Forest (April 2) and Louisville, putting two on frame in each.
  • Arrived in Clemson in January 2021.
    • Did not play during the fall season

Prior to Clemson

Joined the Clemson program following graduation from Montverde Academy and playing for the Soccer Institute at Montverde Academy (SIMA)… served as a captain for his SIMA side… will slot in amongst the defensive unit for Clemson… enjoyed the brief opportunity to train and play with Orlando City SC and has contributed to the club’s first-team matches over the past 18 months while attending Montverde.