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Jack Clark will be inducted into the U.S. Rugby Hall of Fame June 7.
Courtesy: Cal Athletics
Jack Clark on Yahoo Sportstalk Live Tuesday Night
Courtesy: Cal Athletics  
Release:  06/03/2014

SAN FRANCISCO - Head coach Jack Clark is a guest on Yahoo Sportstalk Live Tuesday, June 3, during the 8-9 p.m. PT broadcast on Comcast SportsNet Bay Area, where he and host Jim Kozimor will discuss the Bears’ 7s championship and coach’s June 7 induction into the U.S. Rugby Hall of Fame.

Clark, who as of the end of spring 2014 has led the Bears to 22 national collegiate titles in 15s and two at the Collegiate Rugby Championship in the Olympic 7s version of rugby, has produced 126 All-Americans, 36 players who have played for the U.S. National Team, five players who have earned 10 Varsity Blues competing for Oxford University against Cambridge as graduate students and three who have received residency contracts from the U.S. Olympic Committee. He exited the 2014 spring season with an all-time collegiate coaching record, all with Cal, of 577-74-5 (.879) in 15s and 65-13 (.833) in 7s.

With his entry into the U.S Rugby Hall of Fame, Clark joins former Golden Bears coach Miles “Doc” Hudson, who led the program from 1938-74; Pat Vincent, the New Zealand All Black who played for the Blue and Gold in 1957; Colby “Babe” Slater, a two-time Olympic gold medalist; and seven other Cal players – Charles Tilden, James Winston, Matt Hazeltine, George Fish, Charles Meehan, George Dixon and Ed Graff – whose 1920 and 1924 USA Olympic gold-medal teams were previously inducted.

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