Regan Clark


Hesperia, Calif.

High School:
Hesperia HS





Regan Clark

2008: Named Academic all-WAC ... Named second team all-WAC ... Named to the WAC all-tournament team ... Named to the Mardi Gras Classic all-tournament team ... Started 65 games for Tech at catcher and designated player ... Batted .269 with 52 hits in 193 at bats ... Totaled 14 doubles, three home runs and 38 RBI ... Scored 14 runs ... Registered a .982 fielding percentage ... Had 10 multi-hit games and seven multi-RBI games ...

2007: Named Academic all-WAC ... Started 58 games at catcher or designated player for Tech ... Saw action in 59 games total ... Recorded a .236 batting average, registering 37 hits in 157 at bats ... Totaled eight doubles and four home runs ... Scored seven runs while driving in 15 ... Walked 19 times, second most on the team ... Made only three errors all year long while recording a .986 fielding percentage, the best on the team ... Had 10 multi-hit games on the year ... Had a season-best five game hitting streak ... Had a pair of multi-RBI games ... Ranks No. 4 in Tech history with 12 home runs ...

2006: Earned first team All-Western Athletic Conference honors ... Named first team All-Louisiana by the Louisiana Sports Writers Association ... Named to the all-tournament team at the Louisiana-Monroe Mardi Gras Classic ... Started all 49 games for Louisiana Tech ... Registered a team-leading .356 batting average, collecting 52 hits in 146 at bats ... Also totaled seven doubles and five home runs ... Scored 21 runs while driving in a team-high 35 ... Tied for the team lead with 15 multi-hit games, including two four-hit performances ... Also had a team-best nine multi-RBI games ... Registered an eight-game hit streak at one point during the season ... Had a season-best four RBI in a loss at New Mexico State on April 1 ... Tied her career-high with four hits in wins over Grambling State and Eastern Illinois ... Her .356 batting average ranks seventh best in Tech history ... Her 35 RBI ranks sixth best in Techster history ...

2005: Started 67 games for Louisiana Tech, making 35 starts at catcher, 17 at third base and 12 at first base ... Batted .255 for the year with 48 hits in 188 at bats ... Collected 15 doubles, tying her for fifth place in the Louisiana Tech single season record books ... Also had three home runs ... Scored 13 runs and drove in 19 ... Had a .383 slugging percentage and a .316 on-base percentage ... Had 11 multi-hit games during the year ... Registered a career-high four hits against Southeastern Louisiana on Feb. 12 ... Had a career-high five RBI in win over Mississippi Valley State on Feb. 6 ... Recorded home runs against Mississippi Valley State on Feb. 5, Southern on Feb. 11 and Missouri-Kansas City on March 19 ...

High School: Lettered four years for coach Kelli Coleman at Hesperia High School in California ... Registered impressive batting averages during her days with the Scorpions, batting .466 as a senior, .430 as a junior, .385 as a sophomore and .379 as a freshman ... Helped lead Hesperia to the Mojave River League Championship title in 2004 and the Lancaster Big 8 Tournament title (Division 4) in 2004 ... Three-time first team All-Mojave River League ... Team offensive player of the year in 2001, 2002 and 2003 and team MVP in 2004 ... Received the Scholar Athlete Award four consecutive years ...

Personal: Full name is Regan Marie Clark ... Daughter of Lance and Pamela Clark ... Has one sister, Allison ... Born Nov. 15, 1986, in Hesperia, Calif.