|High School:||Sacred Heart Prep|
Enters her senior season having scored 111 goal in 94 matches, making 49 starts over the last three years...has also accumulated 83 steals, 32 blocks and 41 earned exclusions.
Started all 33 matches...scored 50 goals, second most on the team, on 123 attempts...captured third-team ACWPC All-America acclaim...secured honorable mention All-MPSF Team and MPSF All-Academic Team honors for the second straight season...led the Bruins with 39 steals and 41 sprints won...also collected 16 earned exclusions, 10 blocks and 10 assists...captured second-team All-NCAA Tournament honors, scoring two goals in UCLA's games against California (May 14) and USC (May 15)...scored in 15 of UCLA's first 16 matches...overall, had at least one goal in 26 of 33 games...scored a career-high-tying four goals in three matches - versus Hartwick (Jan. 22) and twice against USC (Feb. 5, April 29)...recorded 15 multiple-goal games.
Played in all 30 matches, making 14 starts...scored 31 goals on 101 attempts (30.7 percent)...finished third on the team with 31 goals...secured honorable mention ACWPC All-America acclaim and honorable mention All-MPSF Team accolades...also earned ACWPC All-Academic honors as an "excellent" selection...named an MPSF All-Academic Team honoree...named a second-team All-NCAA Tournament selection, scoring eight goals in three NCAA Tournament matches...totaled 22 steals, 19 earned exclusions, 12 blocks and 10 assists...won a team-leading 30 sprints...scored in 17 games, including a career-high four goals against Marist (May 15) in the NCAA Tournament...also registered two three-goal games - versus UC Santa Barbara (Feb. 27) and San Jose State (March 28)...scored in each of the Bruins' final five matches, totaling 11 goals in that span.
Played in all 31 matches, making two starts...scored 30 goals on 72 attempts (41.7 percent)...finished fifth on the team with 30 goals...earned All-MPSF Freshman Team honors...collected 22 steals, 10 blocks, seven earned exclusions and three assists...also won eight sprints...scored a season-high three goals in three matches - in her collegiate debut against Bucknell at the Michigan Invitational (season opener, Jan. 24), against Long Beach State (Feb. 5) and versus USC (April 11)...netted seven multiple-goal efforts...registered a nine-game scoring streak from Feb. 22-March 26...scored two goals in UCLA's first round victory in the NCAA Tournament against Michigan at the University of Maryland (May 8).
Two-year varsity water polo and swimming letterwinner at Sacred Heart Prep under head coaches Ed Samuels and Jon Burke (water polo) and Kevin Morris (swimming)...captured first-team All-America honors as a senior (2007)...a two-time first-team All-CIF Central Coast section honoree, scored 60 goals in 24 regular-season matches as a senior (including 14 goals in six WCAL contests)...total of 60 goals ranked second most among all WCAL scoring leaders...scored two goals in the 2007 CIF Central Coast Section Division II Championship, leading Sacred Heart Prep past St. Francis, 6-1; Sacred Heart Prep had never won the CIF championship match...led team to a 28-1 record in 2007...also guided Sacred Heart Prep to the 2007 Amanda MacDonald Invitational title, scoring three goals in a 12-1 win over Palo Alto...totaled 141 goals through her junior and senior seasons...twice honored as the Sacred Heart Prep female co-athlete of the year (junior and senior)...three-time All-America swimmer as member of Sacred Heart Prep's 200 and 400-meter relay teams...competed for the Norcal Water Polo Club...was a member of the 2007 U.S. Youth Team and 2008 U.S. 20-and-under team.
Full name: Caroline Archer Clark...born June 28, 1990 in Palo Alto, Calif...KK is the youngest of Peter Clark and Jane Dorst Clark's three daughters...oldest sister, Zizi, played water polo at UC Santa Barbara...sister, Christie, currently competes for the UC Santa Barbara women's water polo team...aunt, Marybeth Dorst, was a member of the 1980 U.S. Olympic Women's Swimming Team...uncle, Chris Dorst, was a member of the 1980 U.S. Olympic Men's Water Polo Team and competed for Team USA at the 1984 Olympics (Los Angeles)...history major.
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