02/26/2014WBB: Word Association
01/09/2014HIGHLIGHTS: Womens Basketball vs Haverford
Blue Jays Shoot 42.9 Percent In Loss To Green Terror
Blue Jays Struggle Offensively, Suffer Road Loss
Williams' Career Night Leads Blue Jays to Win
26-10 Blue Jays Run Proves To Be Difference Maker
Hopkins Holds Swarthmore to 25 Percent Shooting
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.