Player Bio: Sara Clark - UCLA Official Athletic Site
By: Andrew Sinatra
  Sara Clark
Sara Clark
Player Profile
RS Senior
Los Gatos, CA
High School:
Los Gatos

2006-07 -- Earned Honorable Mention All-American accolades thanks to a 13th-place finish in the 3M event (306.25) at the NCAA Championships ... also finished 20th in the 1M (298.35) ... tied for fourth on 1M (527.05) at the Zone E Championships and seventh in the 3M (538.95) ... was third at the Pac-10 Championships in the 3M (300.35) and 1M (283.30) ... claimed first-place honors in the 3M at USC (301.65), placing second in the 1M (269.55) ... named Pac-10 Diver of the Month for January after 3M wins against UC San Diego, California (296.33) and Stanford (264.00), also placing second in the 1M versus Cal and fourth versus Stanford ... eighth on the 3M at the Texas Invite ... second on the 3M and fourth on the 1M at the Minnesota Invite ... won the 1M and 3M against Arizona ... first in the 3M versus Arizona State and second in the 1M ... fifth in the 1M and 3M at the Trojan Diving Invite ... named Most Valuable Diver and was named to the Athletic Director's Honor Roll.

Summer 2006 -- Placed third on 3M Synchro with teammate Amanda Blong at the U.S. Senior Nationals (240.90) ... Finished seventh on 3M (219.30) and fifth on 1M (200.30) at the Senior Zone Meet.

2005-06 -- Named an alternate on 3M for the NCAA Championships after finishing 10th on 3M (531.50) and ninth (509.95) on 1M at the Zone E Championships ... Placed 13th on Platform at Pac-10's (201.00) ... Also finished fourth on 1M (280.30) and 3M (318.85) at Pac-10's ... Finished second on both 1M and 3M against California ... Placed third on 1M and fourth on 3M against Stanford ... Placed fourth on both 1M and 3M at Indiana ... Fourth on 3M and seventh on 1M at the Bulldog Invite ... Finished second on 3M against Arizona ... Fourth on both 1M and 3M against ASU ... Finished eighth on platform and 10th on 1M at the Trojan Diving Invite ... Fifth on 1M at the SMU Invite ... Honorable Mention All-Academic Pac-10 ... Awarded "Academic Excellence," "Most Valuable Diver", and "Iron Effort" honors by the team ... Athletic Director's Honor Roll.

Summer 2005 -- At the Zone D Championships, placed eighth on one-meter, 13th on three-meter and ninth on platform.

2004-2005 -- Redshirt season ... Athletic Director's Honor Roll.

Summer 2004 -- Finished 17th on one-meter (153.90) and 14th on three-meter (180.55) at the U.S. Diving Senior Zone D Championships.

2003-2004 -- At the NCAA Zone E Championships, finished eighth on platform with a score of 329.35, 14th on 1-meter with a score of 451.20 and 11th on 3-meter with a score of 401.15 ... Finished 12th on 3m (394.20), 9th (239.75) on 1m (239.75) and 10th on platform (315.75) at the Pac-10 Championships ... Pac-10 All-Academic Honorable Mention ... CSCAA Academic All-American Honorable Mention.

2002-2003 -- At the NCAA Zone E Championships, placed ninth on platform (346.35), 15th on one-meter (450.45) and 18th on three-meter (400.45) ... Placed 10th on platform, 15th on three-meter and 21st on one-meter at the Pac-10 Championships ... Was fifth on three-meter, sixth on platform and eighth on one-meter at the Auburn Invitational ... At the Bruin Invitational, placed fourth on platform, fifth on one-meter and eighth on three-meter ... Placed seventh on three-meter and 11th on one-meter at the Trojan Invitational ... CSCAA Academic All-America honorable mention.

Summer 2002 -- At Jr. Nationals, was 11th on platform, 15th on three-meter and 29th on one-meter ... At the Jr. World Team Trials, was fifth on three-meter and 11th on platform.

High School -- Four-year letterwinner ... First team All-American in 2000 ... Placed second at the CCS championships in 2002 ... Competed for Stanford Diving Club ... Competed at four Junior Olympic Summer Nationals (1998-2002) and three Junior Olympic Winter Nationals (1999-2002).

Personal -- Born August 22, 1984 in Los Angeles, CA ... Daughter of Steve Wozniak and Candi Clark ... Has two siblings, Jesse and Gary ... Mother, Candi Clark, kayaked in the 1976 Olympics in Montreal ... Sociology major.

Career Bests
1-meter (6 optionals) - 280.30
3-meter (6 optionals) - 318.85
3-meter (Champs.) - 448.60
Platform - 360.55