CLEMSON, S.C. – The Presbyterian College women’s soccer team dropped their road match to ACC member Clemson 9-0 on Sunday afternoon.

How it Happened

The Clemson Tigers tallied the game’s first goal in the seventh minute on a shot from the corner of the box. Six minutes later, Clemson scored again to extend their lead. In the 18th minute Clemson found the back of the net again on a goal that went over the head of the PC goalkeeper. The Tigers would go on to add two more goals before the end of the first half. Clemson opened the second half with two more goals in the opening six minutes. PC’s best scoring opportunity came at the 60 minute mark when Kristen Peagler had a header just miss to the left of the goal. Clemson would go on to finish the match with 9 goals.

Record

PC falls to 2-6-0, while Clemson improves to 7-2-0.

Up Next

The Blue Hose will play the last of their three-game road trip on Saturday Sep. 24 when they open Big South action at Campbell at 1:00 p.m.

How to Follow

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