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Women’s Soccer Beats Richmond On Corner Kick

Women’s Soccer Beats Richmond On Corner Kick

Oct. 1, 2000

UNIVERSITY OF RICHMOND, Va. — Clemson freshman forward Lindsay Browne scored at the 43:56 mark to pace the No. 2-ranked Tigers to a 1-0 decision over Richmond in women’s soccer action today at UR Soccer Complex. The Tigers remain unbeaten at 12-0-0 overall and continue to perform well in close matches, raising their record to 8-0-0 in one-goal decisions this year. The Spiders, meanwhile, see their four-match winning streak end and drop to 6-3-0 on the season.

On the decisive goal, Tiger sophomore back Cindy Mullinix played a corner kick into the penalty area. The ball came loose on the right side of box where Brown chipped home a shot into the back of the net from five yards away just 1:04 prior to intermission. Clemson used the speed of its forwards and midfield corps to outshoot Richmond, 22-11. Clemson’s next match will be against Duke in Durham, NC next Saturday night at 7:00 pm.

1 2 3 FINAL Richmond 0 0 – 0 Clemson 1 0 – 1

SCORING: 1. Clemson: Lindsay Browne (unassisted), 43:56.

SHOTS: Richmond 11, Clemson 22.

GOALKEEPER SAVES: Richmond: 9 (Kristen Samuhel 9), Clemson: 5 (Katie Carson 5).

CORNER KICKS: Richmond 2, Clesmon 8.

FOULS: Richmond 10, Clesmon 12.

RECORDS: Richmond (6-3-0, 3-0-0 Colonial Athletic Association), Clemson (12-0-0, 3-0-0 Atlantic Coast Conference).