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Sep 10, 2012

ACC Weekend Rewind

Friday

Maryland (4) 4,  Boston College (24) 0 Box Score

Christiano Francois (Photo from Maryland Athletics, Greg Fiume).

Top Performers

Christiano Francois (MD) – (unassisted goal, assist)

Schillo Tshuma (MD) – (goal – third of season)

London Woodbury (MD) – (played full 90 in shutout)

Notes

-Maryland advances to 3-0-1 on the season, Boston College drops to 2-2-0.

-Terps defense records third shutout in fourth match of the regular season.

-Maryland has outscored its last two opponents by a combined score of 10-0.

-Maryland hosts UMBC on Tuesday at 7:30 p.m – Watch Live

Wake Forest (14) 1, Clemson 1 (2OT) Box Score

Top Performers

Sean Okoli  (WAKE) – (goal – first of season)

Manolo Sanchez (CLEM) – (PK goal – first of season)

Notes

-Wake Forest (3-0-1) drops first points of season.

-Clemson improves to 1-2-2 with the tie.

Video Highlights

-Clemson draws 6,188 fans.

-Clemson coach Mike Noonan’s reaction after the match (Via Clemson University Athletics): “We got off to a great start and did a good job until we conceded and gave up a soft goal. I was disappointed in the let down.  We have got to learn to play all 90 minutes of a match.  We defended well.  The communication and the organization are much improved.  We have got to learn to play intense for 90 minutes, and we can’t relax and congratulate ourselves.”

Duke 0, Virginia 1  Box Score

Will Bates (Photo from Virginia Athletics).

Top Performers

Will Bates (UVA) – (goal- first of season)

Matt Brown, Scott Thomsen (UVA) – (played full 90 in shutout)

Notes 

-Virginia (2-2-0) records first shutout of regular season.

-Duke falls to 1-3-0 with loss.

-The Blue Devils have now been shut out in two of their first four matches and have three total goals.

-Marcus Salandy-Defour postgame interview:

-Virginia continues six-match homestand Tuesday at 7 p.m. against Mount St. Mary’s.

NC State (20) 3, UNC Greensboro 1 Box Score

Top Performers

Alex Martinez (Photo from Wolfpack Athletics).

Jonanthan Ray (STATE) – (2 assists)

Alex Martinez (STATE) – (2 goals – third and fourth of the season)

Notes

-N.C. State (5-0-0) becomes the ACC’s first five-win team.

-Wolfpack take over conference lead in total points and goals.

-Alex Martinez’s 14 points on five goals and four assists is best in the ACC over second place over Patrick Mullens’ (MD) 8. Martinez scored his fifth goal of the season Sunday vs. Marist.

-Video Highlights

http://youtu.be/ja2W_1bzCGo

Saturday

Virginia Tech 0, North Carolina 2 (1) Box Score

Top Performers

Martin Murphy (UNC) – (2 goals – third and fourth of season)

Jonathan Campbell, Boyd Okwuonu, Jordan Gafa (UNC) – (played full 90 defensively in shutout)

Notes

-No. 1 UNC defends its top ranking again, advancing to 4-0-0 on the season.

-Martin Murphy’s four goals are good for second in the ACC.

-UNC has shut out three of its first four opponents and has only allowed one goal on the season.

Sunday

Marist 1, NC State 3 (20) | Box Score

Top Performers

Monbo Bokar (STATE) – (goal – third of season)

Alex Martinez (STATE) – (goal – fifth of season)

Notes

-Wolfpack win six straight match to open the season.

-N.C. State’s No. 1 ranked offense owns two the of the top seven points leaders (Martinez (1st), Albadawi (t-7th) in the ACC.

 

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