3 Clemson Men’s Soccer Players Named All-ACC

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CLEMSON, SC — Three Clemson men’s soccer player were named All-Atlantic Coast Conference as announced by the league office Thursday.

Thomas McNamara was named to the first team. He becomes the first Clemson first- team player since Dane Richards was honored in 2006. McNamara has been a catalyst for the Tigers this season. The team captain is the Tigers’ leading scorer with seven goals and eight assists for 22 points. The native of West Nyack, NY is a graduated student at Clemson as he graduated from Brown.

The Tigers’ Jack Metcalf and Kyle Fisher were both named to the third team.
Metcalf, a senior from Liverpool, England is a four-year starter for the Tigers. The midfielder has started 17 matches this season and has two assists.

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