The Hokies’ record drops to 6-5-3 (2-3 ACC), as the Tigers climb to 10-1-3 (3-1-1 ACC).
How it Happened
Virginia Tech gave up the lone goal of the match inside the box during the 28th minute to Clemson’s Caroline Conti.
The Hokies headed into halftime down by one, with both teams recording four shots on goal.
Clemson outshot the Hokies 9-2 in the second half, resulting in the Hokies defeat at Thompson.
- Goalkeeper Alia Skinner tallied a season high eight saves.
- Anna Weir lead the Hokies in shots with two.
- The Hokies were challenged by a 17-6 shot deficit.
- Clemson’s Caroline Conti scored in the 28th minute.
The Hokies will travel to Charlottesville, Va. to play Virginia in the Smithfield Commonwealth Clash on Sunday, Oct. 15.