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Shipp sets example with Irish golden goal
October 7th, 2013 2:34AM
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[CLEMSON-NOTRE DAME: Men] Leading scorer Harrison Shipp's second goal of the game in overtime gave second-ranked Notre Dame a 2-1 victory at No. 14 Clemson Saturday evening in ACC action.
 
The unbeaten Fighting Irish (6-0-3) seemed on their way to victory in regulation, but Clemson’s Ara Amirkhanian netted the equalizer in the 88th minute. It didn’t take Shipp long to end the match as he scored from 15 yards less than two minutes into overtime.
 
All 15 of Shipp's points (five goals and five assists) have come in the last seven matches.
 
“What can you say about Harry?" Notre Dame head coach Bobby Clark said. "He’s an unbelievable player. He’s always played well for us, but this is the best he’s ever played. He’s a captain and a senior and he’s a great example to all of our players.”

The Tigers (7-2-1) outshot the Irish, 15-7, in a match that saw both teams hit the woodwork.Vince Cicciarellihit the post in the 55th minute and Amirkhanian hit the woodwork in the 75th minute.


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