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Rebecca Clark

Rebecca Clark - Women's Cross Country - Florida State Seminoles

Player profile

position
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year
Junior
hometown
Mount Dora, Fla.
high school
The Villages

Top Times

Cross Country Indoor T&F Outdoor T&F
5k 17:04.9 Mile 4:57.92 800m 2:20.29
5.2k 18:43.1 3000m 9:25.34 1600m 4:58.15
6k 20:26.22 5000m 16:02.47 3200m 10:18.11
5000m 16:33.44
10,000m 34:19.44

 

 

 

Honors

2019, 2021 XC All-South Region Honors
2020 XC All-American
2021 Indoor All-American Second Team

2021-22

Cross Country: Began the season with a 16th place finish at the FSU Open with a 6k time of 21:21.7… recorded a 99th place finish in the 5k at the Joe Piane Invitational with a time of 17:27.2… set a 6k personal best time of 20:33.3 a the FSU Pre-Nationals meet with a 38th place finish… placed 22nd in the 6k at ACC Championships with a time of 20:51.9… earned All-Region honors with a 21st place finish at the NCAA South Regional meet through a personal best time of 20:26.22 in the 6k… competed at the NCAA Championships and recorded a time of 20:35.6 in the 6k.

2020-21

Cross Country: Placed 40th at the 2020 NCAA Championships with a time of 20:59.3 in order to capture the final All-American spot…finished second overall at the Mountain Dew Invitational (20:57.11)…finished sixth overall at the FSU Invitational with a 5k personal-best time (17:04.9)…did not participate at the UAB Blazer Classic…placed 24th at the ACC Championships as the third runner for the Noles at 20:48.4…All-ACC Academic team…USTFCCCA All-Academic Team

Indoor T&F: Placed 12th in the 5,000M at the 2021 NCAA Championships earning All-America second team honors….finished seventh in the 5,000M at 16:22.24 at the ACC Championships…was seventh in the 3,000M run (9:25.34) at the 2021 Bob Pollock Invite…was the runner-up in the 5,000M at the Tyson Invite with a time of 16:02.47 which was a personal best

Outdoor T&F: Finished 27th at the NCAA East Regionals in the 10,000m at 34:57.98…placed 19th in the 10,000m at the ACC Championships (34:19.44)…was third in the 5000m at the North Florida Invite at 16:39.68…ran in the Virginia Challenge and placed 28th in the 5000m (16:33.44)

2019-20

Cross Country: Authored an impressive freshman season for the Noles, who finished 12th at the NCAA Championships…was FSU’s No. 3 runner in the season finale, posting the seventh-best finish by a freshman on the biggest stage, placing 76th in 21:06.6…earned All-South Region honors with a 22nd-place finish on her home course in a 6k personal-best time of 20:42.6 as the Noles won the team title…finished 41st in her ACC Championships debut for the runner-up Noles…opened eyes by placing 79th in 21:14.4 in her 6k debut at the Under Armour Pre-National meet…laid down a collegiate-best 5k cross country time of 17:22.5 to place fourth in the open division at the Joe Piane Notre Dame Invitational…was 10th in her FSU debut at the Covered Bridge Open. Indoor: adapted quickly in first season of indoor competition…doubled in the 3000 and 5000 at the ACC Championships, including a personal-best 9:49.50 in the 3000…knocked out an 11th-place finish in the 5000 at the David Hemery Valentine Invitational with impressive 16:34.92…turned in a 4:57.92 mile at the Bob Pollock Invitational.

Personal

A Florida state championships qualifier in both cross country and track & field from seventh-12th grade…top-three event finisher six times on the track between the 1600 and 3200, as well as a three-time cross country runner-up…owns high school track PBs of 4:58.15 (1600), 10:18.11 (3200) and 17:16.33 (5000)…her 3200m time, set in a victory at the FSU Relays, ranked No. 19 nationally…the 5000m time came in an eighth-place finish at New Balance Outdoor Nationals in 2018, at the conclusion of her junior year…began her prep career at Mount Dora Bible and finished at The Villages…two-year member of the National Honor Society…is the daughter of Tim and Tracy Clark…older brother Troy served as her coach for better part of two years…plans to major in exercise physiology at FSU…born Sept. 21, 2000.