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Women’s Soccer Holds Off Maryland

Women’s Soccer Holds Off Maryland

Nov. 2, 2000

DURHAM, N.C. – The top-seeded Clemson Tigers scored two goals in the second half as they defeated the No. 8-seeded Maryland Terrapins 2-0 in the 2000 ACC Women’s Soccer Championship.

Sophomore forward Deliah Arrington scored both of Clemson’s goals. Her first goal came at 49:24, a rebound off of a previous shot. Arrington scored again on a breakaway at 72:53 off a pass from senior Julie Augustyniak.

Clemson dominated the game, tallying 17 shots and 13 corner kicks, while Maryland recorded two shots and two corner kicks.

“I would just like to credit Maryland on how hard they fought,” said Clemson Head Coach Ray Leone. “It was very difficult and it just shows you how strong the ACC is and how hard it was for either team to get a break tonight.”

Clemson improves to 17-1-1, while Maryland falls to 8-11. Clemson will face the home team, No. 4 seed Duke Blue Devils, in an 8 p.m. semifinal match on Friday at Koskinen Stadium.

Scoring Summary49:24   CU      Deliah Arrington72:53   CU      Deliah Arrington (Julie Augustyniak)

Maryland 0 0 — 0 Clemson 0 2 — 2

Game Summary Shots: Maryland 2 Clemson 17 Corner Kicks: Maryland 2 Clemson 13 Fouls: Maryland 4 Clemson 8 Goalkeeper Saves: Maryland 4 (Riki-Ann Serrins), Clemson 1 (Katie Carson)