Travis Clark
Year Sophomore
Position Post
Height/Weight 6'5"/265 lbs.
Hometown Evanston, Ill.
High School Evanston
Major Undeclared

Career Stats
2008-09 23-23 507 138-225 .613 0-0 .000 18-31 .581 56-90-146 6.3 19 33 10 16 294 12.8
2009-10 24-23 635 188-274 .686 0-0 .000 46-78 .590 86-131-217 9.0 52 40 32 23 422 17.6
CAREER 47-46 1142 326-499 .653 0-0 .000 64-109 .587 142-221-363 7.7 71 73 42 39 716 15.2

Career Single-Game Highs
Points 34 at Grinnell College on Jan. 31, 2009
Rebounds 14 vs. Benedictine University on Dec.19, 2009
Assists 4 Four Times (last vs. Carroll University on Feb. 26, 2010)
Blocks 4 vs. Benedictine University on Dec.19, 2009
Steals 3 vs. Knox College on Jan. 9, 2010

2008-09 1st varsity letter
Honorable Mention All-Midwest Conference
2009-10 2nd varsity letter
Forester Athlete of the Week (Jan. 21)
Midwest Conference Performer of the Week (Jan. 18)
First Team All-Midwest Conference
Second Team All-Midwest Region (

Other Notables
2008-09 Started each of Lake Forest's 23 games
Ranked 13th in the nation with the fifth-highest field goal percentage in team history
Also led the Foresters in scoring, rebounding, and blocked shots
Ranked third on the squad in steals and fifth in assists
Finished 14th in the Midwest Conference in points per game
Also ranked fourth in the league in field goal percentage and fifth in rebounding
Reached double figures in scoring in all but six games
Pulled down at least five rebounds in all but four contests
Had 20 points, 9 rebounds, and 2 assists in opener at Benedictine University Nov. 15
Blocked first career shot against Lakeland College on Nov. 22
Recorded first career steal against Dominican University on Nov. 29
Scored 21 points on 9-for-14 shooting from the floor at Beloit College on Jan. 24
Shot 15-for-19 from the field and cored a season-high 34 points at Grinnell on Jan. 31
Matched his season-high with nine rebounds in finale at Illinois College on Feb. 21
2009-10 Started all but one contest
Recorded the highest single-season field goal percentage in program history
Also led the team in scoring, rebounding, blocked shots and free throws made
Ranked second on the team in assists and tied-for-second in steals
Ranked second in the nation in field goal percentage and 58th in rebounding
Led the Midwest Conference in field goal percentage and offensive rebounds
Tied for the conference lead with 12 double-doubles
Finished 5th in the league in points, 2nd in rebounds, 3rd in blocks, and 15th in assists
Led the squad or tied for the team lead in points 16 times and rebounds 19 times
Scored at least 10 points in all but one game and 20 or more eight times
Pulled down four or more rebounds in every contest and 10 or more in half of them
Had at least one assist in all but two games and blocked a shot in all but five
Shot at least 50 percent from the field in all but two games
Recorded nine double-doubles in an 11-game span from Dec. 4-Jan. 27
Also blocked two or more shots nine times in the same 11-game span
Had 26 points and a season-high 14 rebounds against Benedictine Univ. on Dec. 19
Scored a season-high 28 points and added 13 rebounds against Ripon on Jan. 22
Shot 82.6 percent (38-for-46) from the field over the final four games of the season
Was a perfect 12-for-12 from the field against Illinois College on Feb. 20
Had 16 points, nine rebounds, four assists, and two blocks in MWC Tourney Feb. 26
After two seasons, owns the highest career field goal percentage in team history