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Apr 13, 2021

Tigers Move Up Two Spots In National Poll, Rank Sixth

CLEMSON, S.C. – The Clemson women’s soccer team (12-4-0, 5-3 ACC) moved up two spots in the most recent United Soccer Coaches rankings, coming in as the No. 6 team. 

The move comes after a 2-1 win over No. 11 South Carolina this past Saturday where the Tigers earned their second straight win over the Gamecocks to close out the regular season. Megan Bornkamp recorded a brace in the match as the Clemson squad outshot the in-state rivals 18-6, holding them to a single second half shot. It was the first road win against the Gamecocks since 2014.

Clemson wrapped up regular season action with an undefeated spring season and on a six-game winning streak. This season also proved to be the best one yet when playing at home as the Tigers secured their first perfect home season in program history with a 7-0-0 record when playing at Historic Riggs Field. 

10th-year head coach Eddie Radwanski looks to direct his team to their seventh straight postseason appearance and the 21st in the history of the 27-year program with the NCAA Selection Show scheduled for Monday, April 19.