5 - Sherry Clark|
|Previous School:||Solano JC|
Started the first 15 games of the season at third base before suffering a season-ending knee injury on March 2 against Boston College...during those 15 games, she hit .400 (18-for-45) with six doubles, one triple, one home run and nine RBIs...eight of her 18 hits went for extra bases...also had a .451 on-base percentage...was leading the team in batting average at the time of her injury...will now use the season as a redshirt.
Appeared in 36 games, including 24 starts at third base and five starts at designated player...named second team all-PCSC...batted .289 in 15 league games, which included 10 of her 13 hits going for extra bases...had nine doubles, one home run and seven RBIs against league competition...the nine doubles were the most in the conference, and two more than any other player...through April 10, she was hitting just .093...however, over her final 16 games, she hit .298 with 10 doubles, one home run, seven RBIs and a .574 slugging percentage...started each of the last 16 games of the season...overall, she batted .200 (18-for-90) with 12 walks and a .305 on-base percentage...had a season high six-game hitting streak (April 15-21)...fourth on the team with four multiple-RBI games.
Played softball in 2005 and 2006 at Solano Community College in Fairfield, Calif...a two-time first team all-Bay Valley Conference selection, Clark led the Falcons to a pair of league championships...named all-state and the Bay Valley Conference MVP in 2006 after leading the team in batting average (.469), runs (51), hits (61), doubles (19), triples (5), home runs (9), RBIs (63) and walks (15)...also had just five errors in 168 total chances (.970 fielding percentage) as the team's shortstop...hit .630 (46-73) during conference play and 25 of her 46 hits went for extra bases...batted .437 with 16 doubles and 48 RBIs during her junior year.
A 2004 graduate of Vallejo High School...played four years as the varsity team's starting shortstop...an all-Solano County Athletic League selection during her senior season...named all-area three straight years (2002-04)...also named team MVP in 2003 and 2004.
Born April 1, 1986...parents are Andrew and Josephine Clark...a communication studies major.