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No. 1 Clemson, No. 4 Wake Forest Play to Scoreless Draw Friday Night
After 110 hard-fought minutes at Historic Riggs Field, No. 1 Clemson (12-2-2) and No. 4 Wake Forest (11-2-2) drew level at 0-0 on Friday night.
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Men’s Soccer Adds Four to 2021 Recruiting Class
The Clemson men’s soccer program announced today that it has added four players to its 2021 recruiting class.
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Diop Scores Late to Secure Victory for No. 1 Clemson
The No. 1 Clemson Tigers (11-2-1) broke through in the 87th minute of play Saturday night to secure a late victory at home as freshman defender Hamady Diop scored his first career goal from the penalty spot.
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Johnson’s Brace, Reid’s First Career Goal Lead No. 1 Clemson to Victory
1 mo ago by Staff Reports
The first brace of Callum Johnson’s collegiate career, along with Isaiah Reid’s first goal as a Tiger, secured No. 1 Clemson a 3-1 victory over Syracuse on Sunday night at Historic Riggs Field.
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THE ROAR: Decisions, Decisions | FC Swinney | Bounce Back
2 mo ago by Lawton Swann
Start your day with the latest news out of Tiger Town and a look around the news everyone is talking about.
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THE ROAR: The Schedule | I'm Out | MAC Hermann
2 mo ago by Lawton Swann
Start your day with a fresh look at the latest from Tiger Town and around the sports world with THE ROAR!
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Men's Soccer Announces 2021 Spring Schedule
Mike Noonan and the Clemson men's soccer team are getting geared up for the 2021 spring season, a continuation of the 2020 season that was split up due to COVID-19.
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THE ROAR: Look Away! | O-fer | Sweet Feet
2 mo ago by Lawton Swann
Start your day with a fresh look at the latest from Tiger Town and around the sports world with THE ROAR!
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Clemson Ranked No. 1 in Final Poll of Fall Season
For the 32nd week in program history, Clemson men’s soccer is the nation’s top-ranked team.
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Clemson Downs Pitt for 15th ACC Championship
Behind goals from Mohamed Seye and James Brighton, the No. 2 Clemson men’s soccer won its 15th ACC Championship on Sunday, 2-1, against the nation’s No. 1-ranked team, the Pittsburgh Panthers.
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Smith Scores Three as Tigers Trounce Hokies, 4-1
In the span of 18 minutes, Kimarni Smith secured victory for the fourth-ranked Clemson Tigers by registering the second hat-trick of his career.
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Men's Soccer Signs Three to 2020-21 Recruiting Class
Head Coach Mike Noonan announced the signing of three players to the program's 2020-21 recruiting class earlier today.
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Tigers Fall to Demon Deacons in Regular Season Finale
Clemson men's soccer fell in the season finale on Friday night.
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MSOC: Barber's Brilliance Secures 1-0 Victory for Clemson
5 mo ago by Staff Reports
Grayson Barber scored his first goal of the season and the fifth game-winning goal of his career to secure a 1-0 victory for the third-ranked Clemson Tigers in Raleigh, N.C., Friday evening.
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Clemson Defeats No. 1 Wake Forest 2-1 Behind Brilliant Team Effort
6 mo ago by Staff Reports
In the 49th meeting on the pitch between Clemson (3-1-0, 1-1 ACC) and No. 1 Wake Forest (3-1, 1-1 ACC), the Tigers came out on top 2-1 thanks to a stellar all-around performance Tuesday night.
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Clemson Falls 1-0 to North Carolina
The Clemson men’s soccer team (2-1, 0-1 ACC) fell to the North Carolina Tar Heels (2-0, 2-0 ACC) via a 1-0 result Friday night.
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Clemson Defeats UAB 2-0 as Defense Shines Again
Clemson improved to 2-0-0 on the season with a 2-0 victory over UAB in its home opener on Monday.
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WSOC: Tigers Come Up Short In Durham
The Clemson women's soccer team has now dropped 2 games in a row with a loss in Durham on Sunday.
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Seye Earns ACC Weekly Honor
The Atlantic Coast Conference announced earlier today that Mohamed Seye has been named ACC Co-Offensive Player of the Week following his multi-goal match against South Carolina on Thursday, Oct. 1.
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Mohamed Seye Leads Tigers to Seventh-Straight Rivalry Win
Mohamed Seye netted two goals and No. 3 Clemson men’s soccer earned its seventh-consecutive win in the series, as the Tigers downed the South Carolina Gamecocks, 3-0, on Thursday night in Columbia.
 
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