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Sep 04, 2020

Women’s Soccer Unveils 2020 Slate

Clemson, S.C. – Clemson head women’s soccer coach Eddie Radwanski along with the Atlantic Coast Conference unveiled the 2020 schedule on Friday morning. The nine games against nine ACC opponents will kick off on Sept. 12 as the Tigers face the Miami Hurricanes in a neutral site, non-conference match in Jacksonville, Fla. 

Sept. 12MiamiJacksonville, Fla.6:30pm
Sept. 17Virginia TechClemson, S.C.7:00pm
Sept. 20VirginiaClemson, S.C.1:00pm
Oct. 1North CarolinaChapel Hill, N.C.7:00pm
Oct. 4DukeDurham, N.C.1:00pm
Oct. 11Wake ForestClemson, S.C.1:00pm
Oct. 18Notre DameSouth Bend, Ind.1:00pm
Oct. 29PittClemson, S.C.7:00pm
Nov. 1Florida StateTallahassee, Fla.1:00pm
Nov. 10ACC QuarterfinalsCary, N.C.TBD
Nov. 13ACC SemifinalsCary, N.C.TBD
Nov. 15ACC FinalsCary, N.C.TBD

Of the nine games, four will be held at Historic Riggs Field with the first two home competitions being set for Sept. 17 and 20 against Virginia Tech and Virginia, respectively. Similar to the 2019 season, the Tigers will then take a ride up north as they open up the month of October against North Carolina and Duke.  

Clemson will alternate the final four regular season games between home and away with the Demon Deacons heading to Tigertown before a brief trip to South Bend, Ind. for a match against Notre Dame. The Tigers will host Pitt for their final home match before closing out the regular season slate with Florida State. 

The fall season will wrap up with the ACC Tournament at the WakeMed Soccer Park in Cary, N.C.. Quarterfinal action will begin on Nov. 10 with the semifinals and championship game being played on Nov. 13 and 15, respectively.

All matches are subject to change and information will be released as it becomes available on Television coverage will be announced once finalized by providers. 

Historic Riggs Field Social Distancing & Operations

Historic Riggs Field will have a unique feel during the 2020 season and we ask that all fans please adhere to the following safety protocols put in place to ensure the well-being of all fans and participants.