Oct. 21, 2001
CLEMSON, SC – Dimelon Westfield scored three goals in leading Clemson to a 6-1 win over Davidson in a men’s intercollegiate soccer match at Clemson, SC Sunday afternoon.
With the win, Clemson improves to 10-3 overall, while Davidson falls to 8-6 this season. The Tigers are ranked 11th in the Soccer America poll and 15th in the latest NSCAA poll.
Westfield’s hat trick is the first for Clemson this season. Westfield is a junior from Morvant Trinidad. He has now scored eight goals and has three assists this season.
Ian Fuller also had one goal and two assists for the Tigers and Fabio Tambosi had one goal and one assist in the match.
The Tigers scored five first half goals as Clemson had a 5-1 lead at the half. Fabio Tambosi scored first for the Tigers on a penalty kick. Dimelon Westfield was brought down in the box by the Wildcats starting goalkeeper Soren Johnson in the box. Johnson was ejected and Bart Creasman replaced him in goal for Davidson. The Wildcats had to play a man down for the rest of the game, 86 minutes and 47 seconds.
Joel Sadler scored an unassisted goal for Davidson for his second goal this season.
Clemson will play host to Gardner-Webb on Wednesday, October 24, at Riggs Field at 7:00 p.m.
“I was very pleased with the intensity we had when we first came out,” said Clemson Head Coach Trevor Adair. “We scored three goals right at the start. However I was concerned with the letdown we had. A lot of people played today and I am glad Dimelon Westfield had a hat trick today. This should give him confidence. Paul Souders played well in the midfield. We need to take care of business this week and have good practices. We play Gardner-Webb on Wednesday and Maryland on Sunday.”
Clemson-Fabio Tambosi (Penalty Kick) 3:13 Clemson-Dimelon Westfield (Ian Fuller) 4:28 Clemson-Nick Rivera (Ian Fuller) 14:35 Clemson-Dimelon Westfield (Unassisted) 22:36 Clemson-Ian Fuller (Oskar Bringsved) 26:18 Clemson-Dimelon Westfield (Fabio Tambosi) 52:44
Shots: Clemson 26, Davidson 5 Corner Kicks: Clemson 11, Davidson 13 Saves: Doug Warren (CU) 1, Martin Hutton (CU) 1, Soren Johnson (D) 0, Bart Creasman (D) 8 Fouls: Clemson 20, Davidson 9 Attendance: 1,120
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