Edwina Clark
Edwina  Clark


Sydney, Australia



Transferred from Connecticut after her sophomore year... Set a high in the long jump her sophomore year (6.01m) and 400m her freshman year (54.1s)... During the indoor season, placed first in long jump during her sophomore year at the Alden Invitational, the Black Knight Invitational, the Go Rhody Invitational, and at the New England Championships... During her sophomore outdoor season, placed first in the long jump at the Dick Shea Open, the UConn Invitational, the Brown Invitational, and the UConn Select Invitational... Attended the Presbyterian Ladies' College in Sydney, Australia... Won the Combined Independent School Schools Medallion for Outstanding Sporting Achievement her senior year... Competed in the Australian All-Schools Championship her senior year, earning second place in the under-20 200m, third in the under-20 long jump, and fourth in the under-20 100m... Named the Presbyterian Ladies' College Sydney School Athlete of the Year as a senior... Placed second at the New South Wales Open and Australian Under-20 long jump championship... Was the Australia's Capital Territory Under-20 long jump champion... Was a New England Scholar at Connecticut, earning a spot on the dean's list... Twice named to the Big East Academic All-Star team... Named to the NCAA Division I All-Academic Team during the 2005-06 season.


Daughter of John and Judy Clark of Sydney, Australia... Enrolled in the University's College of Health and Rehabilitation, majoring in dietetics... Born June 20, 1985.

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