2003 Season: Splitting time between catching and being the designated hitter, Clark scored 20 runs, and had 24 hits, including five doubles and a pair of home runs
played 43 games and started in 38
helped ETSU to a 9-6 come-from-behind victory over Michigan State on March 15, 2003, by going 2-for-3 with a home run and four RBIs en route to earning all-tournament honors at the Ringor Invite hosted by Winthrop
put together perhaps her best defensive season yet, committing just one error and tallying a .984 fielding percentage ...
2002 Season: Clark provided the Bucs with a steady influence behind the plate, playing in and starting all 57 games
she was one of only three Bucs to start in every contest
batted .230 with 15 RBIs
led the team with 13 doubles and also scored 19 runs
had a .311 slugging percentage and a .303 on-base percentage
had a .960 fielding percentage from behind the plate
Prior to ETSU: Played one season for coach Dale Atkinson at Indian River Community College in Fort Pierce, Fla. ... was a first-team all-conference catcher ... had a .996 fielding percentage ... was first team academic all-state ...
High School: Sheryl was a three-time all-conference selection at Manatee High School in Bradenton, Fla. ... won the Coachs Award, offensive MVP, defensive MVP and Spirit Award ... was a member of the district and regional champions ... was a member of the 2000 FHSAA Senior All-Star Team ... batted .415 for her career and .478 during her senior year ... played travel softball for the Florida Diamondbacks, the four-time state champions and the 1999 NSA National Champions ...
Personal: Born on Sept. 5, 1982 ... she is double majoring in psychology and business management with a legal studies concentration ... Sheryl is the daughter of James and Brenda Clark.