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Soccer Preview: No. 6 Clemson travels to Syracuse


Oct 22, 2021, 10:50 AM
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CLEMSON, S.C. -- (release) The No. 6 (United Soccer Coaches) Clemson men's soccer team travels for the final time this regular season to SU Soccer Stadium in Syracuse, N.Y. on Saturday night to take on the Syracuse Orange. The match is Clemson's third to last of the regular season and penultimate conference matchup. The ACC battle will kick off at 7 p.m. and will be streamed on ACCNX.

Clemson will be looking to carry the momentum from its thrilling overtime victory at Duke last Friday. Clemson retains the top spot in Atlantic Division of the conference, with Louisville trailing just behind. Both the Tigers and the Cardinals are 4-2 in conference play.

Saturday marks the 13th all-time meeting between this pair, with Clemson holding a slight 5-3-4 advantage thus far. The Tigers have outscored the Orange 19-15 all-time, dating back to the teams' first meeting in 2013. The Orange got the best of Clemson in the first three matches between the two teams, but the Tigers have the momentum in the series, winning each of the last three meetings. Syracuse has not beaten Clemson in nine consecutive matches (5-0-4). Clemson has thrice won in penalties in those four ties, with just one of the matches ending in a true draw.

Starting in net for Clemson will be goalkeeper George Marks, who, with a clean sheet, would move into a tie for third on Clemson's all-time solo shutout leaderboard. The offense has been led by junior forwards Isaiah Reid and Mohamed Seye, whose 12 and 10 points, respectively, are first and second on the team. Luis Felipe Fernandez-Salvador and Ousmane Sylla join Seye with 10 points apiece

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