Ibrahim coached Clemson soccer
to national acclaim from 1967-1994. His success popularized the sport in the state of South Carolina at all levels of competition. He led the
Tigers to the national NCAA soccer championships in 1984 and 1987. His teams finished in the nation’s Top Five 13 times,
and 19 of his teams ranked in the Top 25 --- both records for any coach in any sport at Clemson. He produced several All-
Americans and “loaned” a few players to the Tigers football program
to serve as place kickers. Ibrahim, a Clemson Hall of Fame inductee, still resides in Clemson as a successful businessman.