The University of Miami women’s soccer team is set to host the No. 15 Clemson Tigers at Cobb Stadium in Coral Gables, Fla. on October 24. The 7 p.m. match will be aired live on ACCNX with live stats being available through Sidearm Stats.
Week In Review
The Tigers were able to place themselves back in the win column after an impressive 4-1 showing over Syracuse at Historic Riggs Field. In the Saturday night showdown, three Tigers registered first scores with Abby Hanks and Renee Guion netting their first career goals against the Orange and Patrice DiPasquale adding her first of the season. Guion remains a player to watch for Clemson as her goal pushed her in a two-way tie with Mariana Speckmaier for the team lead for points with 12. In addition to Guion, Julie Mackin assisted on two of the Clemson goals with Lauren Bruns marking her first career point off an assist on Hanks’ goal.
By The Numbers
Clemson has steadily remained an offensive threat throughout the regular season, highlighted by their overwhelming number of shots and corner kick opportunities. The Tigers have outshot opponents 221-97 while adding 97 corners on the year.
Across the season, 16 separate Tigers have recorded a point including senior netminder Sandy MacIver adding an assist in the most recent game against Syracuse. Of those 16 players, 13 of them have added a goal to their 2019 resume, five of them being freshmen.
The Hurricanes boast a 4-7-2 record with a 1-5-1 mark within conference action. However, similar to Clemson, Miami’s most recent win comes against Syracuse. Tia Dupont has dominated the scoring for Miami with 11 points on the season, coming in the form of three goals and five assists.