Sophomore Season (2012-13): Posted a 13-16 record combined in the fall and spring ... Played at No. 4, 5 and six singles throughout the year ... Was 11-10 in the spring and 10-9 in spring dual matches ... Reeled off five straight singles wins in late January through February ... Claimed three Southeastern Conference victories over South Carolina, Kentucky and Arkansas ... Helped Mizzou earn its first-ever SEC win as she defeated Arkansas' Brittany Huxley in singles ... Teamed with Cierra Gaytan-Leach as Mizzou's top doubles team and had a record of 4-4 ... The tandem earned wins over Kentucky, Arkansas, LSU and Wichita State ... Named to the Spring SEC Academic Honor Roll.
Freshman Season (2011-12): Posted an overall record of 22-11 in the fall and spring seasons ... Went an impressive 6-1 in the fall and won the C Singles title at the Wake Forest Invitational ... Had a 16-10 record in the spring, including a mark of 14-9 in dual matches ... Posted a record of 4-5 in Big 12 Conference play.
Prep: As a junior in high school, Clark was one of the top 20 players in England under the age of sixteen ... Her impressive results continued during her senior year of high school when she was ranked as one of the top 450 junior tennis players in the world by the International Tennis Federation (ITF) ... Made the quarterfinals in four ITF singles tournaments and the quarterfinals or better in 11 ITF doubles tournaments, including three semifinals and one final ... Chose the University of Missouri over St. Mary's, California, Tennessee, and Penn State.
Personal: She is the daughter of James and Alison Clark, of London, and has one sister, Emma.