Clemson Tigers men's soccer

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The Clemson Tigers men's soccer team represent Clemson University in the Atlantic Coast Conference of NCAA Division I soccer.wikipedia
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The Clemson Tigers men's soccer team represent Clemson University in the Atlantic Coast Conference of NCAA Division I soccer.
In 1915 Riggs Field was dedicated after Walter Riggs and is the Clemson Tigers men's soccer home field.

NCAA Division I Men's Soccer Tournament

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The team has won 14 Atlantic Coast Conference championships, 2 NCAA national championships, and hosted 2 Hermann Trophy winners (Bruce Murray in 1987 and Wojtek Krakowiak in 1998).

1984 Clemson Tigers men's soccer team

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The 1984 Clemson Tigers men's soccer team represented the Clemson University during the 1984 NCAA Division I men's soccer season.

1987 Clemson Tigers men's soccer team

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The 1987 Clemson Tigers men's soccer team represented Clemson University during the 1987 NCAA Division I men's soccer season.

1984 NCAA Division I Men's Soccer Tournament

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The Clemson Tigers won their first national title by defeating two-time defending champion Indiana Hoosiers in the championship game, 2–1.

1979 NCAA Division I Soccer Tournament

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The SIU Edwardsville Cougars won their first national title by defeating the Clemson Tigers in the championship game, 3–2.

1987 NCAA Division I Men's Soccer Tournament

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The Clemson Tigers won their second national title by defeating the San Diego State Aztecs, 2–0, in the championship game.

I. M. Ibrahim

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Dr. I. M. Ibrahim, who was a chemistry professor at the time, was chosen to lead the program.

Bruce Murray (soccer)

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The team has won 14 Atlantic Coast Conference championships, 2 NCAA national championships, and hosted 2 Hermann Trophy winners (Bruce Murray in 1987 and Wojtek Krakowiak in 1998).

Wojtek Krakowiak

The team has won 14 Atlantic Coast Conference championships, 2 NCAA national championships, and hosted 2 Hermann Trophy winners (Bruce Murray in 1987 and Wojtek Krakowiak in 1998).

Mike Noonan

On January 5, 2010, it was announced that former Brown head coach Mike Noonan was hired as Clemson's 4th head soccer coach.

Greg Eckhardt

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He was a three-year starter for the Clemson Tigers soccer team.

Paul Clowes

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Offered a professional contract, Clowes declined and opted to take a scholarship with Clemson University, where he joined the Clemson Tigers men's soccer program In four seasons at Clemson, Clowes played in 85 games, starting 81 of them, he scored four goals and added 10 assists playing as a holding midfielder.

Mauriq Hill

In 2014, he began to play for Clemson Tigers, at the university in which he is majoring in management, where he was given the Number 5 shirt.