Clark Nominated for Sports Leader of the Year Award
SEATTLE – Washington men's soccer head coach Jamie Clark has been nominated by the Seattle Sports Commission for the Sports Leader of the Year award.
The Sports Leader of the Year award recognizes an individual leader or group of leaders in the sports community who have made a significant or compelling contribution to promote a vibrant sports culture.
Clark led the 2021 squad to an 18-2-2 overall record with a 6-1-2 mark in Pac-12 play. The 18 wins matched a program record. The Huskies advanced to their first College Cup in program history this past season and finished as the NCAA runner-up. Clark has led the Huskies to six-straight NCAA Tournament appearances, nine total in his career.
Also nominated for the award are: Randy Adamack, Sr. (Seattle Mariners), Jen Greeny (WSU Volleyball), Laura Harvey (OL Reign), Bill Predmore (OL Reign), Scott Servais (Seattle Mariners), John Stanton (Seattle Mariners) and Alisha Valavanis (Seattle Storm).
In addition, Gabbie Plain (softball), Ella May Powell (volleyball), Dylan Teves (men's soccer) and the men's rowing team were nominated for the men's and women's Sports Star of the Year awards. The winners will be announced at the 87th Annual Sports Star of the Year Award Show on May 26.
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