No. 2 Clemson entered Tuesday's game at UNC Greensboro with six consecutive shutouts, but the Tigers were no match for the Spartans. Theo Collomb
scored twice and J.C. Ngando
added another goal for UNC Greensboro in a 3-1 win that ranks as one of the biggest victories in recent Spartans' history.
It took only 103 seconds for Ngando to open the scoring after converting a Micah Albert
pass in the box. Collomb then took a pass from Daniel Mangarov
to make it 2-0 in the 31st minute.
"We were ready before the kickoff. I told the team before kickoff that we knew who we were and we knew where we wanted to be. To be a great team, we have to beat great teams. We did everything we could to win this game. The thing was to be efficient in the two box, we brought everything and finished the game with 17 shots. That's a very good team. We defended great. It was our night."