Five-year team member who was a part-time starter at wide receiver during his career • played in 34 games with 14 starts and hauled in 36 passes for 349 yards (9.7 avg.) • four-year letterwinner • also returned punts • was among Hens' top route runners • tremendous work ethic on and off field • earned his degrees in May, 2014.
Key member of the Delaware receiving corps • played in eight games with seven starts • missed final three games after suffering a knee injury while carrying the ball in the win over Rhode Island • caught three passes for 38 yards (12.7 avg.) for the season • carried once for 14 yards against Rhode Island • started games vs. Pitt, Delaware State, Colgate, James Madison, Elon, and Rhode Island • had two receptions for 34 yards vs. Towson and one catch for four yards against Delaware State • caught two passes for 48 yards and hauled in a 39-yard touchdown pass from Justin Burns in the Blue-White Spring Game.
Put in another solid season as a backup in Delaware' receiver corps • played in 11 of the team's 12 games, missing the Maine game with an injury • ranked No. 7 on the team in receiving with eight receptions for 63 yards (7.9 avg.) with a long play of 17 yards vs. Delaware State • caught a season-high three passes for 19 yards vs. Navy and also hauled in two for 24 yards against Delaware State • returned a punt three yards against Richmond and kickoffs for 32 yards against Wagner and 26 yards vs. Navy • recorded tackles vs. Richmond and Villanova.
Enjoyed his finest - and first injury-free - season at Delaware and was a key part of the Blue Hen passing game • ranked fourth among all Delaware pass catchers with 23 receptions for 232 yards (10.1 average) • also carried twice out of the backfield for eight yards • saw action in 10 games and started seven contests at wide receiver • started first five games of the season • played consistently all season, catching three or more passes five times during the season • had career-high five receptions for 24 yards vs. New Hampshire and also had three catches each vs. West Chester, Rhode Island, Old Dominion, and Towson.
Appeared in five games in a reserve role, seeing action vs. West Chester, Delaware State, William & Mary, Massachusetts, and Rhode Island • hauled in two catches for 16 yards • recorded one catch for 10 yards vs. West Chester and one catch for six yards vs. Massachusetts.
Considered one of team’s top practice players but did not see game action and retained freshman eligibility • team went 12-3 and advanced to the FCS national title game.
Played wide receiver and safety for head coach Jeff Nelson at Bethel High School • two-way standout who led squads to a three-year record of 23-12 and three playoff appearances • team went 10-2 his sophomore year and advanced to the second round of the playoffs • team went 7-5 his junior year and advanced to the second round • earned second team all-district honors as a wide receiver as a senior in 2009 • three-year starter who caught 47 passes for 706 yards and nine touchdowns • caught eight passes for 68 yards and a touchdown in 2007, 18 for 117 yards and two touchdowns in 2008, and 21 for 521 yards and six touchdowns this past fall • also a standout tennis player at Bethel High School • advanced to the district match qualifier for both singles and doubles during his career • National Honor Society student.
Stephen Darnell Clark • born July 14, 1992 • wildlife conservation and agriculture and natural resources major at Delaware • would like to work at an endangered species reserve after graduation • son of Terry and Cynthia Clark • brother, Terry, played wide receiver at NCAA III Randolph-Macon (Va.) College • also has a younger brother • worked at National 5 & 10 and as a front desk associate on campus during the summers • worked as a restaurant associate at Winterthur Museum in Wilmington during the summer • team representative to the UD Student Athlete Advisory Council (SAAC).
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Receptions: 5 vs. New Hampshire, 2012
Receiving Yards: 34 yards vs. Towson, 2014