Georgia Southern Falls at Clemson
With the loss, the Eagles fall to 4-7-0 overall, while the Tigers snap a four-game winless streak and improve to 4-5-1 overall.
The Tigers added two more winners in the 27th and 29th minutes, both coming off the foot of Nathan Thornton for a 3-0 advantage.
Smith fired another shot in the 32nd minute, but it went high, and the Tigers went into the locker room with the lead.
Clemson held a decided advantage in shots (10-2) in the first stanza, while edging the Eagles in corner kicks, 3-1.
In the second half, the Eagles turned up the offensive threat, tallying eight shots, six of which were on goal.
But Clemson continued the momentum from the first half into the second, adding three more insurance goals before Georgia Southern midfielder BJ Reine (
The Tigers edged the Eagles 9-8 in second half shots, while both teams tallied three corner kicks, apiece.
Sophomore Matt Crowell (
Goalkeeper Brian Young (
The Eagles will have a week to prepare for the next contest against USC Upstate, Wednesday, Oct. 10 at 7 p.m. in
- Category: Men's Soccer
- Published on Tuesday, 02 October 2007 00:16