SPARTANBURG, S.C. – The Clemson women’s soccer team was dominant offensively again on Sunday, outshooting Wofford 20-5 in the match and coming away with a 3-0 victory over the Terriers on the road at Snyder Field. With the win, the Tigers improved to 4-2, while the Terriers dropped to 1-4-1.
HOW IT WAS DECIDED
In the 19th minute, freshman Sydney Dawson took a shot from inside 18 yards that the Wofford keeper deflected. Redshirt freshman Courtney Jones picked up the loose ball and netted her first collegiate goal to give Clemson a 1-0 lead.
· Mariana Speckmaier leads the team in goals, picking up her fourth of the season in the 63rd minute. Speckmaier has now scored at least one goal in three-straight matches.
· Sophomore Kimber Haley also scored her first collegiate goal in the 87th minute, giving the Tigers their third and final goal of the night.
· The Tigers outshot the Terriers 20-5, including 13-1 in shots on goal.
· Junior goalkeeper Sandy MacIver got the start in goal, posting one save and picking up her second clean sheet of the season, also the eighth solo shutout of her Clemson career.
The Tigers are set to host six consecutive home matches at Historic Riggs Field, starting with West Virginia on Sept. 7. The match is slated to start at 7 p.m.