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34  Jametra Clark
Jametra Clark


Hale Center, Texas

High School:
Hale Center




As a freshman: Played in 33 games, missed Oklahoma (2/19) and Oklahoma State (2/22) games with a sprained ankle...made collegiate debut against Louisiana Tech...had one point, three rebounds, one assist and one block against the Lady Techsters...had seven points and four rebounds and tied career-high one assist vs. Washington...had five points, tied career-high four rebounds and recorded one steal vs. Valparaiso...scored six points and tied season high of one assist and added one steal and a career-high two blocks...had two rebounds and one steal vs. Wyoming...had four points and a career-high three steals vs. Chattanooga...had eight points and added six rebounds, while adding two steals at Hawai?i...had six points, four rebounds, one assist, one steal and tied career-high two blocks...had three rebounds at Rice...tied career-high one assist at Texas A&M...had seven points, a career-high eight rebounds and tied career-high one assist vs. Oklahoma State...had seven points vs. Missouri...scored a career-high 11 points and added four rebounds against Texas A&M...scored six points vs. Kansas State in the Big 12 Tournament semifinals.

2001-02: Redshirt season.

High School: 2001 graduate of class 2A Hale Center High School...As a sophomore: Team advanced to regional finals...As a junior: Was named district Most Valuable Player...named the TABC Player of the Year...As a senior: Named first team All-State...was a first team All-Region selection...TABC Player of the Year...was district MVP...was team's MVP and team advanced to regional finals...averaged 22.1 points, 8.9 rebounds, 2.0 steals and 1.0 assists per game...high school coach was Jeri-Been Goodman.

AAU: Played AAU for the Lubbock Lady Hawks.

Personal: Jametra Clark...born June 6, 1983 in Lubbock, Texas....daughter of John and Iris Clark...father attended Rice University...has two older sisters, Sharon and Deldra, has an older brother Bryan and a twin brother, Bryan, ran track at Wayland Baptist...cousin, Belinda Poindexter, played basketball at Texas A&M-Kingsville...while in high school, participated in track and field...was state high jump champion as a sophomore...was a state qualifier in the 400 meters, high jump and triple jump as a sophomore and the high jump as a senior...was president of SGA and vice president of the National Honor Society...participated in Habitat for Humanity and Meal on Wheels...hobbies include rollerblading, hanging out with friends and spending time with her niece and nephews...majoring in Human Development and Family Studies.

Career Stats

Year 	GP/GS	Min	FG-A	Pct.	3P-A	Pct.	FT-A	Pct.	Reb./Avg.	A	S	B	Pts./Avg.
02-03	33/0	366	41-92	.446	0-0	.000	20-32	.625	77/2.3	7	26	16	102/3.1
Totals	33/0	366	41-92	.446	0-0	.000	20-32	.625	77/2.3	7	26	16	102/3.1

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