Alison  Clarke

11Alison Clarke


Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada

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  • Points: N/A
  • Assists: N/A
  • SOG: 1, at Miss. State 9/23/12
  • Goals: N/A
  • Shots: 2, 2x, at Miss. State 9/23/12
  • Minutes: 83 at Kansas 8/19/11

  • Saw playing time in UT's 3-2 win over Georgia on Senior Night (10/25)
  • Made her fourth consecutive start against VCU (8/26)
  • Contributed heavily in the Lady Vol overtime victory vs. William and Mary (8/24)
  • Started for the Lady Vols against Samford (8/17) and at WKU (8/19)
  • Played a season high 48 minutes at WKU (8/19)

  • Saw action in the backline in eight matches with four starts while totaling 317 total minutes of action
  • Played 10 minutes as a sub to wrap-up the 4-0 rout at Arkansas (10/2)
  • Contributed in defensive efforts that posted a school record 5 straight shutouts (#18 Texas A&M, MTSU, UNC Greensboro, Charlotte, Co. Carolina)
  • Started and played 34 minutes in the back during the 2-0 win over MTSU (9/2)
  • Helped UT shutout defending Big 12 champions #18 Texas A&M, 1-0 (8/28)

  • Joined Tennessee having earned 15 caps of international experience in the starting 11 for the Canadian U-17 WNT
  • Won gold with Team Canada at the '10 CONCACAF Women's U-17 Championship in Costa Rica (March 2010)
  • Represented Canada at the FIFA U-17 Women's World Cup in Trinidad & Tobago (September 2010)
  • Scored the first PK in the U-17 CONCACAF Championship semifinal against the US to top the Americans on kicks, 5-3
  • .Participated in four sports at Kelvin High School (soccer, cross country, basketball and ultimate frisbee)
  • Played as part of the Manitoba Provincial Team from 2005-2009
  • Team captain for the Canada Summer Games squad in 2009
  • Helped guide the '08 Bonvital Flames U-18 squad, the 2009 South End United Women's and the 2010 WSA Northstars to national club titles
  • Selected as the Winnipeg Youth Soccer Player of the Year
  • Named South End United Female Soccer Player of the Year and the Manitoba Soccer Association Youth Soccer Player of the Year
  • Clarke was also nominated for the 2011 Sport Manitoba Junior Female Athlete of the Year

  • Currently enrolled in the College of Arts & Sciences at UT
  • Lists playing for the Canadian Senior Women's National Team as her highest ambition in the sport of soccer
  • Has obtained her Canadian Senior Coaching License
  • Former teammates playing collegiately are Sabrina D'Angelo(South Carolina), and Kylie Davis(Memphis)
  • Chose Tennessee over programs that included North Carolina and Vanderbilt
  • Has a sister, Emily, and a brother, Hugh
  • Alison Mary Clarke was born March 23, 1993, in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
  • Her parents are Brendan and Nancy Clarke


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