Class of 1975
One of only four All-Americans in Army hockey history, George Clark still stands as Army's all-time leading goal scorer with 153 markers. A two-time Division II first team All-East selection (1974, 1975), Clark served as team captain during his junior and senior years. He led Army in goals scored during all four years on the ice. Currently ranked third on Army's career scoring list (266 points), Clark stands 10th among the school's all-time assist leaders (113).
Clark etched his name into the NCAA record books and still ranks second in career goals- per-game (1.40) and seventh in career points-per-game (2.44). His 1.68 goals-per-game average in 1973-74 ranked fourth on the NCAA's single-season chart. He posted a 1.62 goals-per-game to rank fifth among the NCAA's single-season leaders in that category the following year. Clark's 47 goals in back-to-back seasons are tied for the second highest single-season total in Academy history.
Clark still holds five Army records as the program's leader in career goals scored (153), career hat tricks (18), consecutive games with a hat trick (4), goals in a single game (7) and points in a single game (9). He currently stands tied for sixth on the NCAA's single-game points scored list.