Tickets on sale now to see the 2014 ACC Tournament Champion Clemson men's soccer team take on the 2015 season.
The Clemson men's soccer team posted the program's highest cumulative team grade point average on record during the spring 2015 semester.
Seven former Clemson men's soccer players saw professional action this past week, including three Clemson alums on MLS coaching staffs.
Three 2015 Clemson men's soccer signees were recognized as Gatorade State Players of the Year this past week.
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.
In 2014, the Clemson men's soccer team won the program's first ACC Championship since 2001 and advanced to the Round of 16 in the NCAA Tournament.
The Clemson men's soccer program held its inaugural spring alumni weekend on March 27-28, 2015. The weekend began with a golf tournament on Friday, held at Cross Creek Plantation. Approximately 50 men's soccer alumni, staff members, current players and their families played in the captain's choice tournament.
This past Monday, Clemson men's soccer senior captain Bobby Belair was awarded the Determined Spirit Award at Clemson's annual CLEMMYs.
Alex Happi, a sophomore on this past season's Clemson men's soccer team, is overseas playing with Cameroon's U-23 team.
The Clemson men's soccer team hosts Davidson Saturday afternoon in the Tigers' fourth spring exhibition this semester.
The Clemson men's soccer team will hold its third contest of the spring season, its first against a collegiate opponent, on Friday, April 3 at 5 p.m. at Historic Riggs Field. The match is open to the public and admission is free.
Trey Langlois, a midfielder from Jacksonville, Fla. who has signed with the Clemson soccer program for the 2015 season, was named Florida's Mr. Soccer last week, earning the state's highest honor following a vote by a panel of soccer coaches and media members.