Black Knights score third Siliver Star in rivalry history.
"All of Andrew's hard work will pay off with a breakout year. As a captain, he's a great leader and demands a lot from the guys." -Head Coach Jim Poling
2010-11: Missed the fall season while spending the semester studying abroad in Mexico ... made his season debut at the Auburn Invitational ... went 6-6 in doubles contests, including 6-3 in dual matches ... partnered with Alex Holland for a 3-2 record, including notable wins against Yale and Air Force ... lone singles win came in three sets (6-3, 5-7, 10-7) against Hofstra's Adrien Bailly at No. 6 on Feb. 26.
2009-10: Compiled a 7-9 singles mark, including a 4-3 record in the spring ... was 6-4 in doubles play, pairing with six different guys throughout the year ... finished the season with four straight doubles victories, earning two alongside Alex Holland ... opened the season going 2-2 at the Cornell Fall Invitational in the B-Flight ... opened the spring season with a 6-3, 6-4 victory at No. 5 singles against Monmouth ... earned back-to-back singles wins against Connecticut and Hofstra at the No. 6 and 5 spots, respectively ... earned a singles win against Patriot League foe Holy Cross 6-1, 6-2 at No. 4 ... fell in a three-set thriller in the season finale 6-7, 7-6, 10-8 to Boston University at the No. 5 singles slot.
2008-09: Earned first collegiate win against Bucknell's Jamie Watson in the fall ... saw action at the spring season opening Army Invite ... earned win at No. 6 singles at Eckerd ... won at No. 3 doubles vs. Holy Cross.
Personal: Son of Richard and Susan Clark ... has two younger siblings, Adrian and Piper ... four-year letterwinner in tennis at River Wood High in Atlanta, Ga. ... played No. 1 singles and was team captain for one year ... two-time team MVP and academic all-American ... runner-up in state championships ... National Honor Society member and International Baccalaureate recipient ... played in orchestra ... enjoys playing all sports, hanging out with friends, the outdoors and playing the fiddle ... majoring in economics.