Sept. 26, 2003
CLEMSON – Clemson and Air Force played to a 3-3 overtime tie in the second match of the Clemson Invitational at Clemson, S.C. Friday night.
Clemson is now 3-3-2 overall. Air Force is now 5-3-1 this season.
Kenny Cutler and Brett Branan both had one goal and one assist each for the Tigers and Daniel Wasson had two goals for Air Force.
On Sunday, Furman will play Air Force at 12:30 p.m. and Clemson will play Coastal Carolina at 3:00 p.m. in the second and final day of the tournament.
“It is very frustrating,” said Clemson Head Coach Trevor Adair. “We made several mental errors. We can’t get it all on the same page. We do not have the flow or the killer instinct. Our lineup continues to change with injuries. We showed character in the overtime period. Air Force is a good team and you can’t shoot yourself in the foot and expect to win.”
Clemson-Brett Branan (Kenny Cutler, Chase Hilgenbrinck) 4:00 Air Force-Josh Sanders (Unassisted) 39:01 Clemson-Kenny Cutler (Andre Borges) 39:39 Air Force-Daniel Wasson (Marcus Sagastume, Daniel Walsh) 58:24 Clemson-John Cooper (Brett Brannan) 67:02 Air Force-Daniel Wasson (Marcus Sagastume)
Shots: Clemson 18, Air Force 20Corner Kicks: Clemson 5,Air Force 9Saves: Hunter Gilstrap (CU) 11, Mike Maynard (AF) 0, Brian Dougal (AF) 5Fouls: Clemson 11, Air Force 13Attendance: 1,112
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