San Jose State infielder Cassidy Clark has entered the NCAA’s transfer portal, sources confirmed to JWOS on Monday.
Clark is the first SJSU player to enter the portal following head coach Peter Turner’s dismissal late last week. On her personal Twitter account following the news of Turner’s departure, Clark retweeted several messages that expressed support for the longtime head coach.
A four-year starter for the Spartans, Clark was a first-team all-conference selection in 2017 and 2018, and was named the Mountain West’s Co-Defensive Player of the Year following 2019 season. She was named to the top 30 for the Senior CLASS Award in 2020, and was also named an all-conference honoree following the abbreviated year.
Boasting a career .351 average in more than 500 career at-bats, Clark owns 186 career hits and a .443 on-base percentage during her career. Impressively, she has struck out just 22 times during her career and holds a .973 career fielding percentage.