CLEMSON, S.C.– The Clemson women’s soccer team is ranked in all three major polls this week. The Tigers split a pair of games last week, falling 1-0 at #9 Notre Dame and beating Pittsburgh 2-1 on the road. It is the first 12 win season for the program since 2002 and first time to five ACC wins since 2006. Clemson is currently ranked fifth in the ACC standings.
Clemson was ranked 26th in the sixth RPI poll released Monday by the NCAA. Clemson is one of six ACC schools with an RPI in the top 30. North Carolina is ranked fifth, Florida State seventh, Virginia eighth, Notre Dame 15th, Virginia Tech 20th and Clemson 26th.
The Tigers are ranked 16th by TopDrawerSoccer.com, which is the team’s highest ranking among the three major polls this week. It is the highest the Tigers have been ranked by a poll since the NSCAA also had the Tigers 16th on Sept. 22. Clemson is currently ranked 21st by the NSCAA and 23rd by Soccer America.
The Tigers play their final regular season game Sat. Nov. 1 when Clemson hosts NC State at Historic Riggs Field at 7 p.m. The game will be senior night for three Clemson seniors.
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