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Player bio: Cedric Clark :: Men's Basketball



  Cedric Clark
Cedric Clark
Player Profile
Class:
RS Senior

Hometown:
Birmingham, Ala.

High School:
Wuerzburg HS

Last College:
Arizona

Height / Weight:
6-0 / 185

Position:
Gaurd

Birthdate:
03/03/1978

Experience:
3V

Washington State Career Statistics

	3-POINT	REBOUNDS

YEAR	GP-GS	FGM-FGA	FG%	FGM-FGA	FG%	FTM-FTA	FT%	OFF	DEF	TOT/AVE	PF-DQ	PTS	AVE	AST	TO	BLK	STL	MIN	AVE

1998	8-0	1-4	.250	0-0	.000	1-2	.500	1	2	3/0.4	2-0	3	0.4	1	0	0	0	8	1.0

1999	4-0	0-3	.000	0-1	.000	0-0	.000	0	2	2/0.5	2-0	0	0.0	1	1	0	2	15	3.8

2000	21-6	16-47	.340	4-12	.333	8-12	.667	6	25	31/1.5	34-0	44	2.1	48	35	0	13	452	21.5

Career	33-6	17-54	.315	4-13	.308	9-14	.643	7	29	36/1.1	38-0	47	1.4	50	36	0	15	475	14.4

RS-JUNIOR (1999-00) - Confident ball-handler who rarely made a bad pass…saw role increased the final two thirds of the season…best assist-to-turnover ratio on the team at 1.4-to-1…played in 452 minutes, which was almost 20 times the amount of minutes he had played during his previous two seasons…saw first action of the season Dec. 20 at Portland State…WSU's backup point guard for the middle part of the season…scored first field goal of the season Jan. 27 at Cal; it was his first field goal in more than two years…seven points at Stanford…five assists off the bench versus Arizona State…made first career start Feb. 24 at home versus No. 1 Stanford…second career start resulted in six assists in Feb. 26 overtime win versus California…best game of the season was a career-best eight-point, six-assist effort March 9 at UCLA.

RS-SOPHOMORE (1998-99) - Walk-on who saw action in four games…played a season-high eight minutes in win versus Grambling State…impressed teammates with impromptu concert at teammate's house during Oregon-Oregon State road trip.

RS-FRESHMAN (1997-98) – One of two walk-ons on the team…played in eight games, including four Pac-10 contests…scored two points with two rebounds in season opener with Central Washington Nov. 14.

AT ARIZONA – Attended classes for a year before transferring to WSU…as a FRESHMAN (1996-97), assisted with the Arizona women's basketball program.

HIGH SCHOOL – Played three seasons of varsity basketball at Wuerzburg, Germany and help direct team to 42-7 record in that span…coached by Allen Archie…squad played against teams from other U.S. bases…SENIOR – averaged 23 points, nine assists as point guard…one of five players named to all-Europe first team…had runner-up spot for the Albert Schweitzer Tournament, a junior national tournament which allows only two American players, held in Heidelburg, Germany.

PERSONAL – Born Cedric Clark March 3, 1978, in Birmingham, Ala…stepfather Gregory Donovan (in the U.S. army) and mother Sylvia Donovan still live in Germany…the family moved to Germany when Cedric was 14…they have also lived in Fort Hood, Texas, and Tacoma, Wash…father Ron Allen…Cedric was given the last name of Clark after the maiden name of his grandmother Johnnie who still lives in Birmingham…communications major at WSU.

DID YOU KNOW? – Cedric was accepted to The Juilliard School (located at the Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts in downtown Manhattan) as a concert pianist…began playing the piano at age six.

 Cedric Clark's 2000 Game & Career Highs

pts: 8 at UCLA (3/9/00) fgm: 3 at Stanford (1/29/00) 3 vs. Washington (3/4/00) 3 at UCLA (3/9/00) fga: 6 vs. California (2/26/00) 3fgm: 1 vs. Washington (2/5/00) 1 vs. California (2/26/00) 1 vs. Texas-Pan American (2/28/00) 1 at UCLA (3/9/00) 3fga: 3 at Texas-Pan American (2/28/00) ftm: 2 vs. Arizona State (2/10/00) 2 vs. Stanford (2/24/00) fta: 2 (seven times; six/1999-2000, once/1997-98) reb: 4 at Texas-Pan American (2/28/00) 4 at USC (3/11/00) ast: 6 vs. California (2/26/00) 6 at UCLA (3/9/00) to: 5 at USC (3/11/00) blk: 0 stl: 2 at Stanford (1/29/00) 2 at Oregon State (2/19/00) 2 at USC (3/11/00) min: 40 at UCLA (3/9/00)



 Cedric Clark's Top Games

Points

8 at UCLA, 3/9/00

7 at Stanford, 1/29/00

6 at Washington, 3/4/00

Rebounds 4 at Texas-Pan American, 2/28/00 4 at USC, 3/11/00

Assists 6 vs. California, 2/26/00 6 at UCLA, 3/9/00 5 vs. Arizona State, 2/10/00


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