Oct. 30, 2015
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IOWA CITY, Iowa — University of Iowa soccer senior goalkeeper Hannah Clark was named Iowa’s Big Ten Sportsmanship Award honoree, the league office announced Friday.
The distinction is presented to student-athletes who display sportsmanship and ethical behavior, are in good academic standing and demonstrate good citizenship outside of athletics.
Clark started all 18 matches this season, logging 1609:51 minutes in goal. The Fort Collins, Colorado, native led the Big Ten in saves (105), saves per game (5.83), and was 10th in save percentage (0.784).
Clark has played more than 6,318 minutes and has been in goal for 36 wins in her UI soccer career. Iowa’s win over Illinois on Oct. 15 moved her past former Hawkeye Emily Moran as the winningest goalkeeper in program history.
Clark is also the school record holder in career shutouts (26), victories in a single season (15), shutouts in a single season (10), third all-time with 321 saves and ranks seventh for 105 saves in a single season.