Shannon Horgan, a rising sophomore on the Clemson women's soccer team, is one of 24 players chosen to attend the U.S Under-19 Women's National Team's training camp.
Construction began in April to install a new playing surface at Historic Riggs Field, the home of the Clemson men's and women's soccer teams. The new field, which is expected to be completed in July, will feature professionally-designed, built-in drainage that will substantially improve the field's ability to stand up to wear and tear throughout the soccer season.
Head Coach Eddie Radwanski and the women's soccer staff will conduct two summer camp sessions for the Tiger Girls' Soccer Camp at Clemson University during the summer of 2015.
The Clemson women's soccer team held its annual awards banquet on Saturday, April 18 to officially wrap up a successful 2014 campaign
The Clemson women's soccer team concludes its spring 2015 campaign on Saturday, April 18 at home versus Auburn.
The Clemson women's soccer team hosts Furman on Tuesday, April 7 for a spring exhibiton game. The Tigers face the Paladins at 6 p.m. at the Clemson Soccer Practice Fields adjacent to the Clemson Football Practice Fields.
Savannah Coiner, a senior on the 2014 Clemson women's soccer team and four-year starter on defense for the Tigers, was named to the preseason roster for the Portland Thorns of the National Women's Soccer League and is attending the team's training camp this week in Portland.
Former Tiger Tabitha Padgett, who lettered at Clemson in 2012 and 2013 after transferring from UNC Greensboro where she also played two seasons, signed a professional contract in the spring of 2014 to play with Gustafs GoIF in Sweden.
Eddie Radwanski details some positive's from Clemson's 2-0 win over Georgia Southern from their second spring game, held at Historic Riggs Field on Saturday March 7.
Former Clemson women's soccer player Katelyn Reeve has been selected as one of 45 ACC student athletes to receive the prestigious Weaver-James-Corrigan Scholarship.
Senior Katelyn Reeve, sophomores Gabby Byorth, Emily Byorth, Tori Andreski, Kailen Sheridan and freshman Shannon Horgan were all honored.
The Clemson men's and women's soccer teams are both coming off successful 2014 seasons – the men won their first ACC Championship since 2001 and reached the NCAA Sweet 16, while the women advanced to the NCAA Tournament for the first time since 2007 and won 13 games for the first time since 2002 and six ACC games for the first time ever.