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Women’s Soccer Falls to William & Mary, 3-1

October 18, 1998

WILLIAMSBURG, Va. – Three different players scored for Williams and Mary’s in its 3-1 win over Clemson in a women’s intercollegiate soccer match at Williamsburg, VA Sunday afternoon.

Clemson scored first at the 2:30 mark on a corner kick that deflected off a William & Mary player. The goal was ruled an own goal.

Kim Newell scored on a penalty kick at the 9:45 point into the game after Lady Tiger goalkeeper Katie Carson was issued a red card.

Carrie Moore broke the tie at the 50:58 mark as her 20-yard shot hit the back of the net. Janet Sury added the insurance goal from an assist by Kristin Ryan at the 73:26 mark.

William & Mary’s goalkeeper Michell Horbaly made 10 saves, while Clemson goalkeeper Julie Podhrasky made six saves in relief of Carson who was ejected.

William & Mary is ranked is ranked 10th in the NSCAA poll and 15th in the Soccer America poll. Clemson is ranked 12th in the Soccer America poll and 13th in the NSCAA listing.

Clemson now has a 10-5 record overall, William & Mary is 11-1-1 this season.

Scoring 1. Clemson–Own Goal 2:30 2. William & Mary Kim Newell (Penalty Kick) 9:45 3. William & Mary–Carrie Moore (Wycinsky) 50:58 4. William & Mary–Janet Sury (Ryan) 73:26

Shots: Clemson 13, W&M 14 Corner Kicks: Clemson 4, W&M 6 Saves: Carson (C) 0, Podhrasky (C) 6, Horbaly (W&M) 10 Fouls: Clemson 9, W&M 7 Attendance: 300