Trevor Clark was selected to compete in the 2018 USA Water Polo Men’s National League.
Navy has placed four or more on the ACWPC All-Academic teams every year since 2005.
Navy fell to GW, 16-14, and dropped an three-overtime thriller, 11-10, to Johns Hopkins.
Navy is 5-2 at home this season, including 3-0 at Scott Natatorium.
Six different players scored at least one goal in the match for Navy.
2016 (Freshman): Played in 20 games as a freshman, recording 12 points on nine goals and three assists, while adding four steals on defense … Recorded points in six games … Scored first collegiate points in a multi-goal effort against LaSalle (2g) in the Navy Open … Scored a season-high four points on a season-best four goals against Caltech … Registered first collegiate assist against William & Jefferson … Recorded a season-high two helpers in a three-point effort against Santa Clara (1g, 2a) … Also scored goals against Wagner and Cal Baptist.
High School / Personal: Dual-sport athlete, who competed in water polo and swimming as a high school student at Mission Hills High School in San Marcos, as well as at Patch High School while with family in Germany … Earned a pair of club championships while abroad … Named MVP of both water polo and swimming teams in 2015 as a junior … Member of the National Honor Society, Mu Alpha Theta, and a volunteer with the Special Olympics … Son of Ian and Kelly … Father, Ian is an officer in the United States Marine Corps.