Seymour native earns beach volleyball honor


Clark earns beach volleyball honor


Following the conclusion of the regular season, Morehead State beach volleyball’s Chandler Clark received Atlantic Sun Conference postseason honors for her role as a student-athlete.

The Seymour native has been named one of 10 ASUN student-athletes which comprise the league’s All-Academic Team. Clark, a junior, is the first Morehead State beach volleyball student-athlete to be named to the ASUN’s All-Academic team.

In the classroom, Clark maintains a 4.0 cumulative GPA. She is pursuing a Bachelor of Business Administration in Accounting, a degree she will obtain in just over three weeks.

Her exceptional grade point average has secured her as the only student-athlete of the 10-member All-Academic Team to hold a perfect GPA.

Beginning in the fall, Clark will pursue her Masters of Business Administration (MBA).

In the sand, Clark had a career year, registering nine wins on the season, combining with freshman Hannah Mabrey, junior Karlee Reynolds, and sophomore Lauren Rokey during competition.

Of her nine wins this season, she recorded three from the fourth flight and another six from the fifth pairing. For her career, Clark owns 15 victories, a figure that ties for third-most career victories in program history.

Clark and Morehead State beach volleyball recently wrapped up the most-successful season in program history as play came to a close on April 13.

The team finished the year with a 14-7 record and a 4-4 conference mark in the program’s first year of competition in the ASUN, establishing several program records throughout the year.

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