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Men's games draw big crowds
September 5th, 2011 11:37PM
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[ATTENDANCE WATCH] Clemson drew its largest regular-season crowd ever when 7,423 turned out Friday night at Historic Riggs Field to watch the Tigers beat South Carolina. The win snapped a four-game losing streak in their Palmetto State derby, one of the nation's top non-conference clashes held each year.

-- Maryland drew the second largest crowd ever at Ludwig Field when 7,178 fans watched the Terrapins beat Stanford, 4-0, for their nationally televised game.

-- Creighton drew 5,425 fans -- the fourth largest in school history -- at Morrison Stadium for its 3-0 win over Drexel, the regular-season home debut of new head coach Elmar Bolowich.

-- San Diego's 2-1 win over San Diego State drew 2,967 fans Sunday night at Torero Stadium. They treated the fans to a thriller as Stephen Posa won the game on a goal in the 89th minute.
-- Harvard opened its 2011 campaign with a 1-0 win before 2,504 spectators at Soldiers Field Soccer Stadium Sunday evening.

-- UC Davis' crowd of 1,050 at Aggie Soccer Field for its 2-1 overtime win over UCLA, its first ever victory over the Bruins, was a sellout crowd.

2011 Top Men's Crowds

7,821 1. Louisville-UCLA
7,423 2. Clemson-South Carolina
7,178 3. Maryland-Stanford
5,425 4. Creighton-Drexel
5,241 5. Akron-Cleveland State
4,629 6. Maryland-West Virginia
4,402 7. Connecticut-California
4,123 8. Wake Forest-USF
3,425 9. North Carolina-Louisville
3,389 10. Indiana-Saint Louis

  1. Scott Ellis
    commented on: September 6, 2011 at 12:55 p.m.
    Boston University had 3,235 fans attend Saturday's game against St. John's.

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