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Two Clemson Men’s Soccer Players Named All-Americans by The NSCAA

Dec. 12, 2005

CLEMSON, SC–Two Clemson men’s soccer players were named All-Americans by the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) as announced Monday.

Clemson goalkeeper Phil Marfuggi (Jr., Manalapan, NJ) was named to the second team. This season, he had a 0.85 goal allowed average and finished the year with 89 saves. Marfuggi was named first-team All-ACC. He is now fifth for most career saves with 175.

Nathan Sturgis (So., St. Augustine, FL) was a third-team selection. This season, Sturgis was named the ACC’s Defensive Player of the Year. Sturgis started all 2 matches this season for the Tigers. He finished the year with two goals and seven assists for 11 points.

Clemson Head Coach Trevor Adair has now coached 12 All-Americans at Clemson.

The Tigers finished the season with a 15-6-3 record overall and advanced to the 2005 NCAA College Cup’s Final Four.