Kaylie Clark '14 Earns All-American Status
Posted by Stephen Batcher, sports information director on Thursday, May. 30, 2013
LA CROSSE, Wisconsin—Kaylie Clark ’14, Garden Plain, Kansas, not only set her personal best in the biggest meet of her career, but also became an All-American. Clark hit a mark of 43.07m to take sixth place in the javelin at the 2013 National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Outdoor Track and Field Meet. She also broke her own school record at the meet.
After taking 20th in the 2011 NCAA Championships and failing to mark over 40.00m, Clark hit that mark in three of her six throws. She also hit 39.99m. The two-sport athlete becomes the fourth Morris athlete to earn All-American status in the 2012-13 school year. Brendon Foss ’14, Hancock, earned College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA) All-American status in football, and Linda Keller ’13, Hawick, was an NCAA All-American in cross country last fall. Basketball player Emily Mehr ’13, Aitkin, was also a D3 News Fifth Team All-American.
Kaylie Clark ’14 at the 2013 National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Outdoor Track and Field Meet.