Fall isn’t just for the gridiron. The Clemson Soccer teams are gearing up for their 2023 seasons, both of which start this August.
The Clemson United men’s soccer team was 13-7-1 in 2022 in their defense of the 2021 National Championship. They are led by head coach Mike Noonan. Coach Noonan took over the team in 2010 following a pro career and two decades as a college coach.
The schedule starts with three exhibition matches against Wofford, Furman, and Georgia State. They will play seven non-conference matches, highlighted by their rivalry game against the South Carolina Gamecocks on September 1st. Clemson will also host UCF, UNC Wilmington, Presbyterian, Gardner-Webb, and Winthrop. They will travel to Tampa to play USF.
The highlight of the conference slate will be a mid-October road trip to the defending national champions Syracuse Orange. Clemson will also travel to Notre Dame, Wake Forest, and NC State. They will host Duke, Virginia Tech, Louisville, and Boston College.
Tickets for home games are available now on Clemsontigers.com.
The women’s soccer team finished 8-5-5 in 2022. They are led by head coach Eddie Radwanski. Coach Radwanski came to Clemson in 2011. The women’s team is looking to earn their tenth consecutive NCAA tournament appearance.
Both Clemson Soccer teams are looking to return to the top of the Atlantic Coast Conference
Leading scorers Caroline Conti and Renee Lyles return to lead the Clemson offense. Veterans Hal Hershfelt and Makenna Morris anchor the midfield and defense respectively. Senior Halle Mackiewicz secures the goal.
Their schedule begins with two exhibitions against Ole Miss and UNC Wilmington. They open the regular season by hosting their rivalry game against South Carolina. They will also host Garnder-Webb, Furman, Western Carolina, and Arkansas in the non-conference. They will make a western road trip to Utah Valley and Utah in late August. They will then visit Georgia to close out the non-conference schedule.
In ACC play, the Tigers will host Florida State, Syracuse, Virginia, Louisville, and Pitt. They will travel to Miami, Boston College, Virginia Tech, Duke, and Notre Dame.
All women’s soccer home games are free admission. The full schedule can be found at Clemsontigers.com.