9 Carson Clark
9 Carson Clark
Height: 6-5
Year: Junior
Hometown: Santa Barbara, Calif.
High School: Santa Barbara
Position: OPP

UC Irvine

2010: First team All-American...named first-team All-MPSF...led the team and was third in the MPSF in kills (5.04) and in points (5.81)...led the team with 50 aces, which led the MPSF and was sixth nationally with a 0.44 average...fired 50 aces which were the most in the country and is the UCI single season record...recorded kills in double-digits in all but three matches, including 20 or more 17 times...totaled double-figure digs nine times...set UCI's single season attack attempts record with 1,259...named AVCA National Player of the Week as well as MPSF Co-Player of the Week on Apr. 12...named to the UCSB/Elephant Bar All-Tournament team 2009: Second team All-America...garnered MPSF Freshman of the Year honors as well as first team and All-Freshman team accolades...joined Brent Asuka as the only two UCI freshman to earn first team honors in their Anteater debut...named to the NCAA All-Tournament Team...led the team with a 3.90 kill average, which was 17th in the country and eighth in the MPSF...hit .336 overall which was 25th in the country...ranked eighth among MPSF players in points per set at 4.51...tallied 25 aces...recorded kills in double-digits 20 times, including 20 or more kills on seven occasions...fired five aces against UCLA (1/10) which ranked tied for seventh in the UCI match record books...named to the UCSB/Elephant Bar Collegiate All-Tournament team...2008: Redshirted.

Santa Barbara High School

Four-time All-CIF selection...team was CIF Division 2 finalists... Channel League Co-MVP as a senior...team won Channel League title...Volleyball Magazine Fab 50 selection.


Won a silver medal with the Southern California Volleyball Club Boys 18s team at the 2005 Junior Olympics and won a bronze medal in 2004...earned all-tournament honors at the 2003 Junior Olympics.

USA Volleyball

Member of the U.S. National Team that competed at the 2010 World Championships...won a gold medal at the 2010 Pan American Cup (Gold Medal)...was the United States' third-leading scorer and 10th among all scorers at that event...participated in the 2007 FIVB Boys' Youth World Championship (15th) where he was the team's leading scorer... member of the U.S. Boys' Youth National Team that finished second at the NORCECA Championship in Dominican Republic.


Majoring in Sociology.

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