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Soccer: No. 22 Clemson to Play N.C. State in Raleigh

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Sep 22, 2021, 9:42 AM
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CLEMSON, S.C. – (release) The No. 22 Clemson Women’s Soccer team travels to Raleigh, North Carolina to play N.C. State for a Thursday night match at Dail Soccer Field. The game is set to kick off at 7 p.m. and slated to stream on ACCNX.

The Tigers and Wolfpack have met 28 times, most recently in 2017 when N.C. State claimed a 1-0 victory, but the Tigers lead the overall series 18-6-4. Courtney Jones is the only player on the roster who has competed against N.C. State. The Wolfpack come into the match with a 4-3-2 overall record and are led by forward Jameese Joseph with four goals, an assist and nine total points.

Megan Bornkamp leads the team with 19 points, as she has netted seven goals and added five assists on the season, followed by freshman Renee Lyles and Makenna Morris with 12 points. Renee Guion has tallied nine assists and a goal on the season and is tied for first in the nation for total assists. Seven Tigers have at least six points on the season.

ACC Opener Won
• Hal Hershfelt and Megan Bornkamp each recorded a goal to propel the Tigers to a 2-0 win over No. 19 Pittsburgh in the ACC opener.
• Senior goalkeeper Hensley Hancuff recorded her first clean sheet of the season and registered three saves.

Tigers Earn Weekly Honors
• Sophomore Megan Bornkamp was named the ACC Offensive Player of the Week for her six points against South Carolina and Gardner-Webb. This was Bornkamp’s second honor of her early career.
• Junior Hal Hershfelt was named to the Top Drawer Soccer Team of the Week after registering a goal against both South Carolina and Gardner-Webb, a team-high for the week.

Tigers Finish Non-Conference Strong
• Clemson finished the non-conference slate strong with a 4-0 win over Gardner-Webb.
• Four Tigers scored in the match: Hal Hershfelt, Renee Lyles, Fran Stables and Harper White
• Stables recorded her first career goal while White registered her first goal of the season.
• Megan Bornkamp recorded a team and career-high with three assists.

Palmetto State Won
• The Clemson Tigers beat South Carolina in an epic rivalry match (9/9).
• Junior Hal Hershfelt and sophomore Megan Bornkamp recorded goals in the match, giving Bornkamp 14 points on the year.
• Renee Guion recorded two assists in the match, bringing her total to nine on the season.

Offensive Clinic
• Clemson scored eight goals in its dominant performance over College of Charleston (9/5).
• Six Tigers netted a goal in the match, including two from Megan Bornkamp and Maliah Morris.
• Maliah Morris scored her first goal of the season against College of Charleston, bringing her total to two.

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