139 Student-Athletes Named To Dean's ListThe numbers are in and they are staggering. 139 of Clark University’s 320 student-athletes were named to the University’s Dean’s List following the fall 2016 semester it has been revealed.
Clark Cross Country Video Season ReviewCross Country student-athlete Emily Monohan-Morang lets you inside the 2016 Clark University Men and Women's Cross Country season with her upbeat video recap with music from Parade of Lights (Feeling Electric).
Academic Excellence: Beyond The GameWith finals well underway, take a look at the numerous academic awards that rolled in during the fall semester for countless Clark University student-athletes.
Men's Cross Country 40th At NCAA RegionalsAlex Hull (Mount Laurel, N.J.) wrapped up his stellar junior campaign by leading the Clark University men’s cross country team to a 40th place finish at the NCAA New England Regional Championship on Saturday morning at Stanley Park.
Men's Cross Country 7th At NEWMAC ChampionshipsNorthampton, Mass. – Alex Hull posted a top 50 finish and the Clark University men’s cross country team finished in seventh place at the New England Women’s And Men’s Athletic Conference (NEWMAC) men’s cross country championships on Saturday afternoon at Smith College.
Forman, Stone Named NEWMAC Academic All-ConferenceSophomores Ben Forman (Glenside, Pa.) and Isaac Stone (Natick Mass.) have both been named to the New England Women’s And Men’s Athletic Conference (NEWMAC) men’s cross country Academic All-Conference team it was announced recently by Executive Director Patrick Summers.
Men's Cross Country Takes Part In Conn College InviteThe Clark University men’s cross country team tuned up for the all-important New England Women’s and Men’s Athletic Conference (NEWMAC) Championships with a 8K course layout at the Connecticut College Invitational on Saturday morning at Harkness State Park.
Cross Country Launches Flash StoreThe Clark University cross country team has launched a flash store for fans, parents and alumni to purchase cross country apparel. Hurry, though. The store closes on Thursday, October 20.
Men's Cross Country 4th At City ChampionshipsFor the third straight week, junior Alex Hull (Mount Laurel, N.J.) was the top finisher for the Clark men’s cross country team as the Cougars finished 4th at the Worcester City Championship hosted at Moore State Park on Friday afternoon.
Men's Cross Country 11th At Kirsch CupThe Clark University men's cross country team finished in 11th place on Saturday at the 4th Annual Bruce Kirsch Cross Country Cup, hosted by Franklin Pierce University at Hopkinton State Park.
Clark Men Fifth At Smith InvitationalThe Clark University men's cross country team kicked off the 2016 season with a fifth place finish at the Smith Invitational hosted by Smith College in Northampton, Mass on Saturday.
2015-16 Clark Athletics Season In ReviewThe 2015-16 Clark University Athletics season was one of excitement, development and progress. Listen as the head coaches of each program tell you about their respective seasons.
It's On Us: Clark UniversityIn conjunction with the University-wide initiative, Clark University student-athletes take part in the "It's On Us" pledge, making a personal commitment to help keep women and men safe from sexual assault. It is a promise not to be a bystander to the problem, but to be a part of the solution. The video is produced by Carlos Deschamps '16.
30 Seconds On The Clock: Alex Hull, Men's Cross CountryWhether he's using his vast library to play music at timeouts of basketball games or working the sidelines at field hockey and volleyball, Alex Hull is one the most recognizable student-athletes at Clark. A rising star on the surging men's cross country team, he has 30 Seconds On The Clock to talk about his love for all things New York Yankees an his crush on Kendall Jenner.
Outsports: Ben Meyer's StoryRunning is in my blood. My older brother ran, my younger brother runs, I ran in high school and now in college. That's why I was so terrified to come out to my teammates during my freshman year of college in 2013.
Season Ends At Regional ChampionshipsRunning in a field littered with potential NCAA Championship participants, Clark University wrapped up its men’s cross country season with a 37th place performance at the NCAA New England Regional Championship on Saturday morning at Harkness State Park.
2015 Fall Academic All-Conference Photo GalleryThe student-athletes featured have been named to their respective sport's NEWMAC Academic All-Conference team. In order to be selected, stuudent-athletes need to be of sophomore standing, appear in 50 percent of their team's contest and have a cumulative GPA of 3.50.
Cougars Finish Sixth At NEWMAC ChampionshipsLed by Alex Hull and his 30th place finish, the Clark University men’s cross country team had their second best finish in the last five years, finishing sixth at the 2015 New England Women’s And Men’s Athletic Conference (NEWMAC) Championships on Sunday afternoon at historic Franklin Park.
Cougars Prep For NEWMAC Championships At Plansky InviteIn a clear tune up for next Sunday’s New England Women’s And Men’s Athletic Conference (NEWMAC) championships, the Clark University men’s cross country squad placed fourth of four teams at the annual Plansky Invitational on Saturday afternoon at Mount Greylock High School.
Cougars Post Strong Showing At Connecticut College InviteWith a plethora of nationally ranked teams and host of conference teams they will see in the upcoming New England Women’s And Men’s Athletic Conference (NEWMAC) Championship, the Clark University men’s cross country team fared very well at the Connecticut College Invitational on Saturday morning at Harkness State Park.
Clark Finishes 12th At Earley InvitationalIn an extremely competitive field, Clark University had a quartet of top 100 runners and the Cougars finished with a 12th place team showing at the 20th annual James Earley Invitational on Saturday morning at Stanley Park.
Cougars Second At City ChampionshipsAlex Hull (Mount Laurel, N.J.) led a trio of Clark runners to finish in the top 20 and the Cougars turned in a second place team effort at the Worcester City Championships on Saturday afternoon at Moore State Park.
Cougars Finish 20th At Shriners InvitationalRunning on a hot, muggy course, the Clark University men’s cross country team had a pair of runners finish in the top 100 of a packed course at the 43 rd annual Shriners’ Invitational on the campus of UMass-Dartmouth on Saturday.
Action Packed Weekend On TapAn incredibly busy slate of athletic events highlight Family Weekend at Clark University beginning on Friday, September 18 continuing through Saturday, September 19.
Clark Edged Out By Pride At Smith InvitationalIn what many might consider the best team race in a long while, the Clark University men’s cross country team just missed out on the team crown, finishing in second place at the Smith College Invitational on Saturday morning.
Cougars Edged Out By Owls, 28-27Running in their season-opening dual meet, the Clark University men’s cross country team was narrowly edged out by host Keene State, 28-27, on Friday afternoon on the Keene campus.
Sullivan '15 Named Cross Country Assistant CoachFormer four-year letterwinner, Kyle Sullivan has been named a graduate assistant coach with the cross country program at Clark University it was announced today by head coach Bill Gray and confirmed by Director of Athletics and Recreation, Trish Cronin.
Student-Athletes Shine At 111th CommencementMore the 80 individuals with ties to the Department of Athletics received either a bachelors or masters degree on Sunday, May 16, 2015 at Clark University's 111th Commencement.
Athletics Hand Out Awards At "A Night Of Honors"Women’s swimming and diving senior Breanna Tucker (Temecula, Calif.) took home a pair of prestigious awards as the Clark University Department of Athletics and Recreation handed out awards at its annual “Night of Honors” on Tuesday evening at the Richard C. Daniels Theater inside Atwood Hall.
Cougars Wrap Up Season At NCAA RegionalsClark University had three runners finish in the top 200 and the Cougars finished in 31st place at the NCAA Division III Regional Championships at Mount Greylock High School.
25 Named NEWMAC Academic All-Conference25 Clark University student-athletes who participate in fall season intercollegiate athletics were named to the New England Women's And Men's Athletic Conference (NEWMAC) All-Academic teams it was announced. Honorees must have met the following criteria: earned a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.5/4.0 scale after the 2014 spring semester, achieved second year academic status at their institution, and been a member of the varsity team for the entire season.