1984 Clemson Tigers men's soccer team

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Clemson Tigers
1984 season
Head Coach I. M. Ibrahim
Stadium Riggs Field
NCAA 22–4
ACC 4–2
NCAA Tournament Champions
← 1983
1985 →
1984 Atlantic Coast Conference men's soccer standings
Conf     Overall
Team W   L   T     W   L   T
Virginia $ 6 0 0     19 3 1
Clemson 4 2 0     22 4 0
NC State 4 2 0     14 4 1
North Carolina 3 3 0     12 7 1
Duke 2 3 1     12 5 3
Wake Forest 1 4 1     12 7 3
Maryland 0 6 0     7 10 1
As of December 16, 1984; Rankings from NSCAA

The 1984 Clemson Tigers men's soccer team represented the Clemson University during the 1984 NCAA Division I men's soccer season. The Tigers won their first NCAA title. The Tigers were coached by Dr. I. M. Ibrahim, in his 18th season. They played home games at Riggs Field.[1]

Schedule[edit]

Date
Time, TV
Rank# Opponent# Result Record Site
City, State
Regular season
September 1*
No. 11 Connecticut W 5–0  1–0
Riggs FieldClemson, SC
September 5*
No. 11 Mercer W 6–1  2–0
Riggs Field • Clemson, SC
September 8*
No. 11 vs. UCLA
Indiana Classic
L 1–2  2–1
Bill Armstrong StadiumBloomington, IN
September 9*
No. 11 at Indiana
Indiana Classic
L 3–4  2–2
Bill Armstrong Stadium • Bloomington, IN
September 12*
No. 18 Pfeiffer W 5–0  3–2
Riggs Field • Clemson, SC
September 16
No. 18 North Carolina W 2–1  4–2 (1–0)
Riggs Field • Clemson, SC
September 19*
No. 16 Appalachian State W 6–0  5–2
Riggs Field • Clemson, SC
September 23
No. 16 at Duke L 0–2  5–3 (1–1)
Koskinen StadiumDurham, NC
September 26*
Erskine W 5–2 OT 6–3
Riggs Field • Clemson, SC
October 3*
Winthrop W 3–0  7–3
Riggs Field • Clemson, SC
October 7
at Wake Forest W 3–0  8–3 (2–1)
Winston-Salem, NC
October 10*
USC Spartanburg W 2–1  9–3
Riggs Field • Clemson, SC
October 14*
South Carolina W 3–2 OT 10–3
Riggs Field • Clemson, SC
October 16*
No. 19 Davidson W 3–0  11–3
Riggs Field • Clemson, SC
October 19*
No. 19 Tampa
Clemson Invitational
W 3–1  12–3
Riggs Field • Clemson, SC
October 21*
No. 19 FIU
Clemson Invitational
W 3–0  13–3
Riggs Field • Clemson, SC
October 24*
No. 18 at Furman W 3–0  14–3
Greenville, SC
October 28
No. 18 Maryland W 5–0  15–3 (3–1)
Riggs Field • Clemson, SC
November 2
No. 16 Virginia L 0–2  15–4 (3–2)
Riggs Field • Clemson, SC
November 4*
No. 16 Vanderbilt W 8–0  16–4
Riggs Field • Clemson, SC
November 11
No. 16 NC State W 3–2  17–4 (4–2)
Riggs Field • Clemson, SC
NCAA Tournament
November 18*
No. 9 at NC State W 2–1  18–4
Raleigh, NC
November 25*
No. 9 Alabama A&M W 3–1  19–4
Riggs Field • Clemson, SC
December 1*
No. 9 at Virginia W 1–0  20–4
Charlottesville, VA
December 9*
No. 9 at UCLA W 4–1  21–4
Drake StadiumLos Angeles, CA
December 16*
No. 9 vs. Indiana W 2–1  22–4
KingdomeSeattle, WA
*Non-conference game. #Rankings from United Soccer Coaches.

References[edit]

  1. ^ 2014 Men's Soccer Media Guide. Clemson Tigers. p. 108. Retrieved May 15, 2015.