Senior (2006):Ranks in five Top 25 NCAA statistical career categories ...In the NCAA Division I all-time records, ranks No. 6 in total bases (563), No. 9 in slugging percentage (.756), No. 10 in home runs (62), No. 11 in intentional walks (14) and No. 12 in runs (228) ... Set FS and WAC all-time career marks in total bases (second Bulldog and league player ever to reach 500 plateau) ... Set FS and WAC all-time walk mark (third Bulldog and second WAC player with 100-plus walks) ... Set FS and WAC doubles mark ... Tied FS season-mark for walks (43) ... Had eight 2-out RBI games ... Led team in multiple hit (23) and multiple RBI (9) games ... Scored two or more runs in 17 games ... Batted a personal season-high .430 -- fifth-best school history ... Third Bulldog and fourth WAC player to record 50 or more career doubles ... Third 'Dog and WAC player to score 200 or more career runs ...12th player in NCAA Division I history to score 225 or more runs ... Second Bulldog to record four consecutive 100-total base seasons ... Wrapped up senior year by posting fourth straight 60-hit, 50-run, 30-RBI and 100-total base season ... Had a season-high 10-game hit streak (.517, 15-29, 13 runs, 3 doubles, 4 home runs, 10 walks, hit by pitch, nine RBI, 30 total bases, 1.034 slugging pct.) ... In last 23 games, batted .457 (32-70) with 25 runs, 9 doubles, 5 home runs, 18 walks, hit by pitch, 3-3 in stolen bases, 16 RBI, 56 total bases and .800 slugging percentage... WAC Player of the Week (11th of career) ... First Team All-West Region ... WAC All-Tournament ... WAC Player of the Year (first Bulldog and WAC player to be a three-time selection) ... First Team All-WAC ...Preseason WAC Player of the Year (third of career) ... Preseason All-WAC (fourth of career) ... 2006 USA Softball Preseason Watch List (third of career) ... Program's 18th professional draft selection when chosen No. 18 overall in the inaugural 2006 ProFastpitch X-Treme Tour draft ... Led the WAC the last three seasons in runs,total bases and slugging percentage ... Also was the WAC season leader in home runs and RBI in three of last four seasons ... Ranks in 12 all-time Fresno State offensive categories and in 11 all-time WAC categories ... During the year in the NCAA, ranked all eight weeks in walks, runs and batting while additionally being ranked the last six weeks in doubles and slugging percentage ... In the final release of the NCAA stats (June 11), ranked in five categories: No. 7 runs per game (1.0) and walks per game (0.77), No. 15 in batting average (.430) and doubles per game (0.34) and No. 25 in slugging percentage (.739) ... In career for NCAA statistics (33 possible weeks), was nationally ranked in doubles (six weeks), walks (eight weeks), batting average (15 weeks), slugging percentage (21 weeks), runs (23 weeks) and home runs (22 weeks).
Junior (2005): Entered the year with a 12-game hitting streak and batted .405 (17-42, 15 runs, five doubles, triple, five HR, six BB, 13 RBI, 39 TB, .929 slug pct.) ... hit streak ran to 17 games (April 29, 2004-Feb. 26, 2005), which ranks No. 5 all-time in school history, and Clark hit .422 (27-64) with 23 runs, six doubles, a triple, eight home runs, eight walks, 17 RBI, 59 total bases for a .922 slug pct. ... tied WAC's career home run record (No. 46) versus No. 14 Washington on March 19 before setting new mark (No. 47) vs. Hawai'i on April 2 ... NFCA Leadoff Classic all-tournament team ... led team in multiple hit (19) and multiple RBI games (11) ... scored 2 or more runs in 15 games ... set career-high 4 runs scored versus Nevada ... had 40 or more RBI each of the last three years ... scored 50 or more runs each of the last three years ... hit 15 or more home runs each of the last three years ... hit fifth career grand slam versus UC Santa Barbara on March 11 ... had a season-high six-game hit streak and batted .500 (10-20) with six runs, a double, two home runs, three walks, four RBI, HBP, 17 TB, .850 slug pct. ... in last eight games, batted .417 (10-24) with 10 runs, a double, three home runs, 10 RBI, four walks and 20 total bases for an .833 slugging percentage ... posted third straight 100-total base season (third Bulldog to post back-to-back-to-back 100 total base seasons) ... in the WAC, led the league in slugging percentage (.731), runs (55), RBI (42), home runs (16), walks (28) and total bases (122) ... led the WAC the last three years in RBI ... led the WAC the last two years in slugging percentage, total bases, runs and home runs ... with five career grand slams, owns the most by a Bulldog (has hit three at home) ... for second straight year, has hit two grand slams ... with 54 career home runs, ranks No. T18 in NCAA Division I history ... with seven intentional walks, ranks No. T13 in NCAA D1 history ... with a .760 slugging percentage, ranks No. T8 all-time in NCAA D1 history ... returns as the nation's top active home run hitter.
Sophomore (2004): Ended year with a 12-game hitting streak & batted .405 (17-42, 15 runs, 5 doubles, triple, 5 HR, 6 BB, 13 RBI, 39 TB, .929 slug pct.) ... set school's career home run record with 37th vs. Nevada (May 15) before hitting No. 38 vs. #12 Auburn in NCAA Regional play ... set WAC home run season record (10) vs. Nevada (May 15) ... set FS & WAC season home run record (#18) vs. Hawai'i on April 10 ... set FS single-game home run record (3) and single-game total base mark (12) vs. Hawai'i on April 10 ... one of four Bulldogs and one of seven in WAC history to post at least 30 career home runs ... first Bulldog and WAC player to hit 20 home runs in a season ... second FS player to post at least an .800 slugging percentage ... collected second straight 100-total base season ... recorded 100th career RBI vs. Nevada (May 15) ... scored 100th career run vs. UTEP (April 15) ... hit second career grand slam vs. #13 Pacific and third career grand slam vs. UTEP (May 1) ... had season- and career-best 13-game hit streak & batted .550 (22-40, 12 runs, 4 doubles, 2 triples, 4 home runs, 14 RBI, 3-4 SB, 42 TB, 1.050 slug pct.) ... set career-best 5 RBI vs. Campbell, #13 Pacific & UTEP ... led WAC in RBI for second straight year ... had 21 multiple hit games & 14 multiple RBI games ... held hitless nine times but reached base in all games but four ... in the final NCAA stats, ranked in six categories: No. 6 in home runs per game (23, 0.34), No. 8 in slugging percentage (.802), No. 18 in runs per game (63, 0.93), No. 29 RBI per game (56, 0.82), No. 42 in batting (.396) and No. 45 in toughest to strike out (13, 17.1).
Freshman (2003): Tenth Bulldog freshman in school history to be a NCAA All-American (first Bulldog shortstop selected) ... set freshman school record in total bases vs. San Jose State ... set single-game school record in total bases with 10 vs. Long Island ... first Bulldog to hit three home runs in a doubleheader (vs. Long Island, March 18) ... second freshman to post 100 or more total bases in a season ... led the team in 14 offensive categories ... hit first collegiate home run vs. No. 24 Texas A&M ... had first collegiate grand slam vs. Louisiana Tech ... posted 10 two-out RBI games .. had a season-best 12-game hit streak & batted .550 (22-40, 17 R, 14 RBI, 8 doubles, triple, 3 HR (grand slam), 5 BB, 3-3 SB, 41 TB & 1.025 slug pct.) ...ranked all eight weeks in the NCAA statistics for home runs per game ... in the final national statistics, finished No. 21 in toughest to strike out (9, 21.2), No. 22 in slugging percentage (.738) and No. 25 in home runs per game (15, 0.26).
Mater Dei HS: Three-time NFCA All-American out of Mater Dei High School ... four-year varsity starter at shortstop for the Monarchs ... four-time first team all-county ... four-time CIF selection ... two-time first team All-State ... 2001 Cal-Hi Sports All-State ...two-time Serra League MVP ... team captain her senior year ... as a freshman, batted .340 ... hit .386 as a sophomore while totaling 39 hits, including seven doubles, home run, 13 runs, 11 stolen bases, nine walks and 18 RBI ... team went 31-2 in 2000 and team finished with a No. 3 national ranking ... as a junior, hit .322 while totaling 29 hits, four doubles, triple, eight walks, 13 runs, 11 stolen bases and 13 RBI ... also pitched and recorded two shutouts and a no-hitter ... ... led the Monarchs to two Serra League titles and back-to-back Division II quarterfinal appearances in 2000 and 2001 ... as a senior, she batted .434 with 46 hits, four doubles, three triples, two home runs, 19 RBI while being walked 15 times and scoring 35 runs and stealing 21 of 25 bases.
Personal: Born April 29, 1984 ... parents are Thomas and Kathleen Clark ... the youngest of six children ... has four older brothers in Robert, Thomas, Michael and James and an older sister, Jennifer ... sister was a standout pitcher for Fresno State from 1994-97 ... hobbies include listening to music, talking on the phone and spending time with family ... graduated from Mater Dei High School with honors ... admires her family the most ... guided the Orange County Batbusters 18-under to a national title in summer 2002 ... recruited by Oklahoma, UCLA, LSU and Texas ,,, major is health science - health administration.
USA Softball -- Fall 2003: Named to the 2003 USA Softball Junior Olympic Team ... injury prevented playing ... USA captured a silver medal in Nanjing, China ... Fall 2002: Named to the 2002 USA Softball Junior Women's National Team ... played in the First Pan American Junior Women's Softball Championship, Dec. 13-21, in Sonora, Republic of Mexico ... guided team to an 8-0 finish and earned a gold medal ... helped USA Junior Women's National Team earn a berth into the 2003 ISF Junior Women's World Championship.
Fresno State Career Statistics
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