Clark has made major improvements this season and it has all paid off. The hard working big man started all 30 games this season and averaged 7.8 points and 5.1 rebounds helping the Hornets improve from a disappointing 4-23 record last season to a 22-8 record this season.
Clark is one of only two players to return from last season’s team to play with first year head coach Perry Webster.
“Isaiah has meant everything to this program, last year at this time it was him and I, and that’s it,” said Webster. “[Clark] was willing to put in the work and was the most coachable kid out there, he is an example of what I want everyone on this team be like.”
Clark credited a lot of his success to Webster and the entire Fullerton College Athletic Department. He loves the family atmosphere he feel with his team to the training staff and even the teachers.
“First I want to thank God for this opportunity, from the time I decided to come to Fullerton I knew it was the right decision for me,” said Clark. “I am happy to be a part of this Fullerton community for the last two years and will be grateful to everyone that showed me support.”
The Red Storm have participated in six of the last seven Division II NCAA tournaments. Clark is looking to step in and compete for a starting spot with the goal of winning a conference and national title.
Clark’s decision to sign with Dixie State ultimately came down to the fact they had the major he wanted. He will be majoring in Kinesiology this fall at Dixie State.