Funk Announces 2015 Recruiting Class

Eat Freshmen are Set to Join the Roster for the 2015-16 Season


Johns Hopkins Places Four on All-Centennial Conference Teams

Bush, Clark, Tommasi and Williams Earn All-Conference Honors


Johns Hopkins to Induct 11 Into Athletic Hall of Fame

21st Class of Inductees to be Honored on April 25

2014-15 Johns Hopkins University Women's Basketball Season Preview - Nov. 14
2014-15 Johns Hopkins University Women's Basketball Season Preview
WBB: Word Association
WBB: Word Association
HIGHLIGHTS: Womens Basketball vs Haverford
HIGHLIGHTS: Womens Basketball vs Haverford
Women's Basketball Versus Muhlenberg
Women's Basketball Versus Muhlenberg
JHU vs McDaniel (Senior Night)
Hopkins fell to McDaniel on Senior Night, 57-50.
JHU vs Swarthmore (2/2/13)
The Blue Jays complete the season-sweep of Swarthmore -- head coach Nancy Funk is recognized for 600 wins.

Katie Clark
Katie  Clark


Murrieta, CA

High School:
Murrieta Valley





Johns Hopkins Places Four on All-Centennial Conference Teams

Bush, Clark, Tommasi and Williams Earn All-Conference Honors


Community Service Sparks Clark's Ambitions

Junior Point Guard Leads in Community and on Court


Hopkins Falls Short In Conference Semifinal

Jays Struggle Offensively Down the Stretch, Fall 56-46


Seniors Celebrate Final Home Game With Win Over Shorewomen

Blue Jays Use 12-0 Win to Propel Them To Senior Day Win


McCullagh, Fruehan Lead Blue Jays to Win Over Green Terror

Hopkins Gets Two Double-Doubles, Hands McDaniel First Home Loss of Season

2014-15:Named to 2015 Allstate WBCA and NABC Good Works Team • CoSIDA Academic All-District • Second Team All-Centennial Conference • started 24 of the 25 games she played • averaged 26.7 minutes and 9.1 points per game • led team in assists (68), three-point field goals (23) • shot 73.5 percent from the foul line • finished 11th in the conference in steals with 1.5 per game • averaged 4.5 rebounds per game, and notched a career-high 10 in win over McDaniel (2/18) • tallied season-high 16 points in 22 minutes of play in win over Washington College (2/21) • finished the season with 12 double-digit scoring outings.

2013-14: Honorable Mention All-Centennial Conference • CoSIDA Academic All-District • Centennial Conference Academic Honor Roll • Centennial Conference Player of the Week (1/20) • started in all 24 games she played • averaged 26.6 minutes and 11.8 points • led the team in points (282), field goals (99), 3-pointers (27), and assists (59) • recorded career-highs in points (21) and rebounds (9) against Gettysburg (2/12) • posted 20 points in three games: Dickinson (1/16), Washington College (2/22), and Haverford (3/1) • recorded 17 points to go with five rebounds and five assists against Dickinson (11/20) • scored 19 points against Washington College (1/22).

2012-13: Appeared in 27 games off the bench, averaging 11.4 minutes • tied for second on team in 3-pointers (17) • made collegiate debut against York (PA) • had five points against Baruch • notched career-high four rebounds at Gettysburg • scored career-high eight points versus #8 Messiah.

High School: Four-year letter winner and two-year captain at Murrietta Valley • All-Valley Player of the Year, Southwestern League MVP, First Team All Inland Empire and First Team All CIF Southern Section as a senior • second leading scorer in school history with 1,194 points • also accumulated 232 steals, 234 assists, 331 rebounds and helped team to 82 total wins during career • led Murietta Valley to state playoffs for first time in school history • led team to Southwestern League title as junior and senior • three-time All-Southwestern League selection and two-time All-Valley selection • also participated in track & field and volleyball • honored as class Valedictorian with 4.7 GPA • served as ASB Vice President and named Murrieta Valley Student of the Year as senior.

Personal: Kathryn E. Clark • daughter of Don and Judith Clark • volunteer coach for youth basketball players • president and founder of "Pink Ribbon Club" • majoring in public health.

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