Sept. 21, 2003
San Diego CA- Brenna Mullen bended in a corner kick in the 88th minute to allow San Diego a 1-1 tie with visiting Clemson Sunday afternoon at Torero Stadium. Clemson (5-2-1), ranked 13th in the nation by the NSCAA, led throughout after sophomore Alison Graham found the net on a free kick in the fifth minute.
San Diego's record is now 4-1-2 with matches against unbeaten Cal Poly SLO, UC Santa Barbara, winners of four straight, 4-3-1 Arizona, No. 19 Arizona State and No. 3 UCLA on the schedule before West Coast Conference play begins against National runners-up Santa Clara on October 12th.
"This team is capable of achieving a lot," said San Diego head coach Ada Greenwood after Sunday's match. "We really need to capitalize on the offensive end. Ending up with a tie today and not getting a win Friday was not for the lack of offensive chances."
Sixteen Toreros saw playing time on Sunday as San Diego went without the services of leading goal scorer Michelle Rowe throughout the second half. San Diego came away empty on eleven shots in Friday night's 1-0 loss against Kansas. The Toreros put six shots on goal Sunday before Mullen netted the tying goal in the game's waning moments.
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