PERSONAL-BEST 8K - 24:30.6 - NCAA Championships - 11/22/2014
2014-15: Raced to All-America honors by finishing 21st at the NCAA Cross Country Championships with a career-best time of 24:30.6 ... Earned All-Region honors by placing 17th at the NCAA Midwest Regional with a time of 24:41.0 ... Placed fourth overall at the UAA Cross Country Championships with a time of 25:20.13 to earn first-team all-UAA honors ... Named the UAA Men's Cross Country Athlete of the Week Oct. 20 after finishing 23rd out of 664 runners at the UW-Oshkosh AAE Invitational.
2013-14: Led off the distance medley relay team that finished 10th at the NCAA Indoor Championships in 10:04.21 ... Won the UAA Indoor mile with a time of 4:14.34, which ranks second in school history ... Also earned all-UAA honors as a member of the distance medley relay team that finished second ... Led off the distance medley relay that set the school record (10:01.07) at the Point National Qualifier ... Ran the second-fastest time in school history in the 1,500 (3:51.60) at the Dr. Keeler Invite ... Won the conference title in the 1,500 (3:55.68) at the UAA Outdoor Championships ... Also anchored the 3,200 relay to a runner-up finish for all-UAA honors at the UAA Outdoor meet.
2012-13: Earned all-UAA honors with third-place finishes in the 1,500 (3:57.59) and the 3,200 relay at the UAA Outdoor Championships.
HIGH SCHOOL: Team captain and four-year letterwinner in cross country, track & field, and soccer at Edwardsburg High School ... Two-time all-state cross country honoree (2009, 2010) ... Earned all-state track & field honors in the 800 (2011) and the 1,600 (2012) ... Set the school record in the 800 ... Four-time conference champion in the 1,600 ... Two-time conference cross country champion (2009, 2010) and two-time champion in the 800 (2010, 2012) ... Played sweeper on the Eddies' soccer team that posted a 54-26-2 record in his four years ... Received academic all-state honors in cross country in 2010.
PERSONAL: Majoring in chemical engineering ... Son of Timothy and Lynelle Clark.