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Sep 19, 2012

ACC Tuesday Rewind

Virginia 2, Drexel 0 Box Score

Top Performers

Todd Wharton (UVA) – game winning goal (1st of season)

Will Bates (UVA) – goal (5th of season)

Notes

-Virginia (4-2-1) has now gone unbeaten in its last four matches, with three wins and one draw.

-The Cavaliers have outscored opponents 10-2 in their past four games.

-Virginia faces reeling No. 8 North Carolina on the road Friday.

-Todd Wharton postgame (Via Virginia Athletics)

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#16 Wake Forest 3, Georgia Southern 1 Box Score

Top Performers

Michael Gamble (WAKE) – goal (3rd of season), assist (1st of season)

Jalen Robinson (WAKE) – game winning goal (2nd of season)

Notes

-Wake Forest remains perfect (4-0) at home this season. Tuesday marked the beginning of a three-game homestand for the Demon Deacons.

-Wake Forest snaps a streak of three games without a win.

-Jalen Robinson and Jay Vidovich postgame (Via Demon Deacon Athletics)

-The Demon Deacons are 0-0-2 in conference play, and will seek that elusive first win when they host Duke Friday night.

Campbell 2, #17 NC State 0 | Box Score

Top Performers

Mitchell Cardenas (CAM) – two assists

Bryce Miller (CAM) – game-winning goal

Notes

-N.C. State (6-2) loses second straight match after opening the season on a six-match win streak. The loss came to the 4-1-1 Camels, who finished 138 in the RPI last season – a disappointing and uncharacteristic home loss for the Wolfpack.

-The Wolfpack allow two goals in the final 15 minutes of the match.

-N.C. State is shut out for the first time this season. The team plays its next match Friday night at Clemson – Watch Live

South Carolina 1, Clemson 0 Box Score

Top Performers

Eric Martinez (SC) – game winning goal

Ryan Arambula (SC) – assist

Notes

-Clemson falls to 1-5-2 on the season. The Tigers have now gone seven games without a win.

-Clemson has now gone three matches without a goal.

-Head coach Mike Noonan’s reaction to Tuesday’s loss (Via Clemson University Athletics): “We simply don’t threaten to score enough. I thought we were tentative in the back in the first half, and we were fortunate to have a scoreless tie at the break.  Yes, we have lost people to injury, and we are playing with young people who are cutting their teeth, but we need to be more of a threat around the goal…  I was proud of the team in the second half – I thought we had a good shift in the second half.”

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