This Week In Clark Athletics (February 5-11)

This Week In Clark Athletics (February 5-11)

WHAT YOU MISSED:

  • For last week's results, click here

NEWS YOU NEED:

Men's Swimming & Diving: In a warmup to the upcoming NEWMAC Championships the Scarlet and White hosted the Cougar Invitational in their only competition of the week on Saturday. Eddie McCluskey led the Clark men with a victory in the 200-yard freestyle and before the meet, the Cougars honored seniors McCluskey, Vlad Kiveliyk, and Donovan Smith. Clark will now have nearly two weeks off in advance of the conference championship meet held at WPI beginning February 16. Read More Men's Swimming & Diving News

Women's Swimming & Diving: Three student-athletes won events in Clark's lone event of the week - the Cougar Invitational, which featured league rivals Wheaton College and WPI. Prior to the meet, the program honored their five seniors - Niki Lew, Melissa Orzechowski, Lara Prosterman, Karina Urquhart and Ariel Vaughan. Clark will now have nearly two weeks off in advance of the conference championship meet held at WPI beginning February 16.  Read More Women's Swimming & Diving News

Men's Basketball: The Cougars were within two seconds of an undefeated week but a last second loss to Emerson on Saturday spoiled that chance. Regardless, the Scarlet and White remain in the hunt for a postseason berth with just four games left on the regular season schedule. During last week's two games, Clark got back-to-back double-doubles from Lamar Berk (Saint Augustine, Fla.) as he seems to peaking at the right time as the Cougars will look to avenge earlier conference losses this season to Wheaton on Wednesday and Babson on Saturday. Read More Men's Basketball News

Women's Basketball: Clark dropped a pair of games last week, falling to 12-9 overall with a huge slate of games on the horizon. The Cougars visit MIT on Wednesday before returning home on Saturday to host Emerson College on Alumnae Day. Offense was hard to come by for the Scarlet and White last week as they averaged just 54 points per game and were outscored in seven of the eight quarters they played in. Nevertheless, with four games remaining on the schedule, the Cougars remain in the thick of the postseason race.  Read More Women's Basketball News

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UPCOMING CLARK ATHLETICS EVENTS:

Wednesday, February 8
Men's Basketball vs. Wheaton College, 7:00 p.m.
Women's Basketball at MIT, 7:00 p.m.

Saturday, February 11
Women's Basketball vs. Emerson College, 1:00 p.m.
Men's Basketball vs. Babson College, 3:00 p.m.
Men's Tennis vs. Vassar College, 6:00 p.m. (at Paxton Tennis Centre, Paxton, Mass.) 

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