Sept. 3, 2000
CLEMSON, SC–The #6 ranked Clemson Lady Tiger soccer team won their fourth match in a row as they defeated the Charlotte Lady 49ers 1-0 in the fourth and final game of the Clemson/Nike Invitational today September 3 at Historic Riggs Field.
Clemson is off to their second best start in school history with the 4-0 start to the year. Last years squad started 5-0 before their first loss in the 1999 season. Charlotte losses their second straight decision to even their record at 2-2. Freshman Lindsay Browne continued her impressive streak of a goal a game. She know has four goals on the year in exactly four games. The Lady Tiger record for consecutive games with a goal is five set by Carmie Landeen and Nikki Tompkins both during the 1994 season.
Browne converted her fourth score at the 32:09 mark. Sophomore Deliah Arrington sent a cross from the right side off the goal into the heart of the box. Browne then finished with a rocket past Lady 49er goalie Jennifer Howell, who finished the game with a career high 13 saves.
This was the second shutout of the year for the Lady Tigers.
The Clemson Lady Tigers will play again this Wednesday night September 6, as they travel to Columbia to take on the South Carolina Lady Gamecocks. Game time is set for 7:00 p.m.
#6 CLEMSON (3-0) 1, CHARLOTTE (2-2) 0 Fourth game of the 2000 Clemson/Nike Invitational September 3, 2000 at Historic Riggs Field, Clemson, SC
SCORING: 1. CLEMSON-Browne (Arrington), 32:09
SHOTS: Clemson 22, Charlotte 7CORNER KICKS: Clemson 6, Charlotte 1SAVES: Carson (CU) 3, Howell (CHAR) 13FOULS: Clemson 9, Charlotte 19OFFSIDES: Clemson 2, Charlotte 1ATTENDANCE: 750
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