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Iain Smith
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Iain Smith 824204
Position: Forward
Height: 5'11"
Weight: 170
Year: Redshirt Sophomore
Hometown: Suwanee, GA
Major: Psychology

In 2013  (Sophomore):

  • Played in 18 matches and was a starter in eight contests
  • Finished the season with one goal and one assist for three points
  • Scored a goal against 17th-ranked Furman on October 15
  • Assisted Ara Amirkhanian on a goal in the Gardner-Webb match on September 8

In 2012: 

  • Red-shirted the season due to a knee injury
  • Played and started in only three matches
  • Was injured in the Indiana match on August 31

In 2011 (Freshman): 

  • Saw action in 16 matches and started 11 of those matches
  • Finished the year tied for the Tigers' third leading scorer with nine points
  • Scored two goals and had five assists in 2011
  • Took 18 shots during the year
  • Scored the game-winning goal in the Tigers' 2-1 victory over Adelphi on October 21
  • Scored a goal in the Tigers' 2-0 upset win over #14 Boston College
  • Had two assists in the Duke match on September 16
  • Assisted on the winning goal in the N.C. State match on September 23, Smith assisted Brynjar Benediktsson who scored with 29 seconds left in the second overtime period
  • Also assisted on the game-winner in the Virginia Tech match on November 3
  • Named to the ACC Academic Honor Roll

Before Clemson:

  • Attended Lambert HS and was a heavily sought after player after leading his GSA Phoenix club to the USYSA National Finals
  • Leading goal scorer during regional preliminary play and at the National Finals
  • Also excelled at the State and National level, as he led Georgia to the Olympic Development National Championship scoring the game-winning goal against defending champion Cal South
  • Played varsity soccer all four years in high school
  • Named all-county for three years, named all-region for two years
  • Named all-state for two seasons
  • Born June 10, 1993
  • Majoring in psychology

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