Men's Water Polo

    James Clark
    James  Clark


    Rozelle, NSW, Australia

    High School:
    Newington College

    Last College:
    Univ. of Western Sydney





    2014 USC Men's Water Polo Outlook

    Tabbed No. 2 in the nation entering 2014, the Trojans are defying the odds and gunning for another crown.


    Trojans Set Up For FINA World Cup Competition

    United States and Australia boast two Trojans apiece for action this week.


    Nikola Vavic Punches In Another National Player Of The Year Award

    The senior is one of six Trojans to earn All-American honors for 2013.



    Trojans win an unprecedented sixth straight NCAA championship, beating Pacific 12-11 in OT.


    No. 1 USC Shoves Into Striking Distance Of Sixth Straight NCAA Title

    Trojans top St. Francis Brooklyn 10-3 in the NCAA semifinals to move into tomorrow's championship game.


    Trojans Grab A Six-Pack!

    USC men's water polo won its sixth straight NCAA championship with a 12-11 overtime victory over Pacific on Dec. 8, 2013

    THIS SEASON: Clark enters his second season at USC as the Trojans top man in the cage.

    2012: Clark averaged 10.1 saves and 6.3 goals-against per game in his first season at USC... A First Team All-American and All-MPSF First Team selection... Named Player to Watch... Picked to NCAA All-Tournament Second Team and to MPSF All-Tournament Team... Made 10 saves in the NCAA Championship game and 11 in the MPSF Championship game... Finished with 161 saves in 19 appearances, playing in 64 periods and allowing 10 total goals... Had 10 saves in his USC debut vs. Pomona-Pitzer on Sept. 15... Had eight games with 10 or more saves... Set career high with 14 saves vs. UC Santa Barbara on Nov. 3.

    NATIONAL TEAMS: Clark is a 2012 Olympian as a member of the Australian National Team... Helped Australia to seventh place at the 2012 Olympic Games and second place at the 2011 Pan Pacific Games... Also competed at the 2009 and 2011 Junior World Championships, with ninth- and fourth-place finishes, respectively.

    HIGH SCHOOL: Clark studied for two years at University of Western Sydney after graduating from Newington College in Stanmore, New South Wales... Was a five-time Goalkeeper of the Tournament honoree at the age group national championships from 2006-11... Captained his team to undefeated season in 2008... Played club for Balmain Water Polo Club, winning four Sydney Metropolitan titles.

    PERSONAL: Clark is majoring in sociology... Parents are Joan Clark and Tim Tindale... Lists walking out for the 2012 Olympic Opening Ceremonies and competing in the Olympics against Hungary as his most thrilling sports moments... Enjoys getting a coffee on Sundays and reading the paper... Has always wanted to skydive... Would like to travel to Rio de Janeiro and Africa... Hopes to play professionally after graduation... Born March 22, 1991.