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Sandy MacIver - Women's Soccer - Clemson University Athletics

#1  Sandy MacIver

Winsford, England
High School:
Sir John Deanes HS
Starts U19 England Youth National Team
Starts U17 England Youth National Team

Played four games and started two. Logged 277 minutes. Made 8 starts with the U19 England Youth National Team

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In 2019 (Senior)

  • Played and started 17 games for the Tigers 
  • Finished her senior season with 49 saves
  • Logged nearly 1,600 minutes between the posts
  • Sent the team to the NCAA Second Round after stopping the deciding penalty kick against Vanderbilt 
  • Registered an assist against Syracuse (10/19/19), her first career point
  • Boasted a shutout against No. 7 South Carolina to secure her first win against the Gamecocks since joining the Tigers
  • Missed three games after receiving first call-up to the Senior England Women’s National Team training camp in August
  • Entered her final season after being named to the MAC Hermann Trophy watch-list

In 2018 (Junior)

  • Started all 17 matches she appeared in this season, logging 1,549 minutes
  • A Third-Team All-ACC Selection
  • A member of the 2018 All-ACC Academic Team
  • Had eight of Clemson’s nine shutouts
  • Allowed only 15 goals, good for a 0.87 goals against average
  • Finished the season with 52 saves for a 0.776 save percentage
  • Named to the United Soccer Coaches All-Atlantic Region First-Team 
  • Helped the U20 England team make history as they claimed the bronze medal in the FIFA U20 Women’s World Cup in France
  • Earned the ADIDAS Golden Glove award for her  outstanding performance in the World Cup, starting all six matches for England while compiling 38 saves

In 2017 (Sophomore)

  • A member of England’s U-19 Women’s National Team that qualified for the 2018 U-20 World Cup
  • Played in and started 17 games
  • Logged 1,592 minutes
  • Recorded 61 saves for a save percentage of .803
  • Logged 6 shutouts
  • Had a 0.85 goals against average

In 2016 (Freshman) 

  • Played four games and started two
  • Logged 277 minutes

Before Clemson

  • Made 8 starts with the U19 England Youth National Team
  • Made 10 apperances with the U17 England Youth National Team
  • Competed in the 2015 European Championships held in Iceland
  • Member of the Manchester City Youth Academy
  • Carried the Olympic torch for one stage of its journey to the 2012 London Olympic Games