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Sep 01, 2019

Tigers Set to Face Detroit Mercy Monday Night

Clemson, S.C. – The Clemson men’s soccer team will welcome a new foe to town on Monday night, as the University of Detroit Mercy Titans come to Historic Riggs Field to take on the Tigers. The match, slated for a 5 p.m. start on Sept. 2, will be the first contest between the two schools in program history. Both teams will take to the field with 1-0 records, as each won its opening match in convincing fashion.

Game Day 2 - Information

Who: Clemson Tigers (1-0) v. Detroit Mercy Titans (1-0)

When: Monday, Sept. 2nd at 5 p.m. Gates open at 4 p.m.

Where: Historic Riggs Field

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Series Notes

Clemson Notes

  • Clemson enters Monday after dismantling South Carolina at home on opening night by a score of 4-1.
  • Grayson Barber scored a brace, with Kimarni Smith and Quinn McNeill each netting one goal.
  • Four different players contributed assists to the goals.
  • The win was the Tigers’ ninth-consecutive home opening win and moved them to 7-2 overall on season openers the past nine seasons.
  • Clemson has now won the past six match-ups against the Gamecocks.
  • The win was Head coach Mike Noonan’s 93rd win at the helm of Clemson’s program.
  • Monday night’s match will be Head coach Mike Noonan’s 13th contest against a new program while at Clemson. Entering the match, he boasts a 6-4-2 record against new opponents.
  • Clemson has only played in one other 5 p.m. match leading up to Monday’s contest over the past two years. The match was against Cal-State Fullerton, another first-time opponent for the opponent.

Detroit Mercy Notes