2009-2010: Played all 34 games for Providence and made her first appearance in the starting line-up on January 3 against #8/9 Duke... Registered the first double-double of her collegiate career against Fordham with 10 points and a career-high 10 rebounds... Narrowly missed her second double-double against Duke on January 3 with nine points and eight rebounds... Played a career-high 30 minutes against UMass (12/11)...Recorded at least one block in 21 of the Friars' 34 games... Recorded a career-high four blocked shots against Seton Hall on January 16 and finished her career with 100 blocks...Tallied a single-season career high of 40 blocks in 2009-10 and led the team in that category...Her 40 blocked shots are tied for the second-most by a senior in program history...Dished a career-high four assists against Rutgers on February 27... Recorded a career-high 14 points against UMass on December 11 on a perfect 5-of-5 shooting from the field and 3-of-4 shooting from the foul line...Was perfect from the field in five games this season... Scored 11 points against Northern Colorado on 4-4 shooting from the field and 3-4 shooting from the foul line on November 28... Collected a career-high three steals against Hofstra (12/8)... Set single-season career highs this year in points (119), rebounds (138), field goals (48), field-goal percentage (.505, 48-95), blocks (40), steals (13) and assists (19)... Averaged 3.5 points, 4.1 rebounds and 1.2 blocks per game.
2008-2009: Appeared in 28 of the Friars' 30 games... Led the team, or shared the team lead, in rebounding three times in 2008-09... Hauled in a season-high seven rebounds against #6/11 Duke (12/31)... Scored a season-high four points against Iowa (11/23), Southeast Missouri State (12/20), DePaul (1/17) and USF (1/20)... Matched a career-high of three blocked shots against #6/11 Louisville (1/31)... Matched a career high with two assists in back-to-back games against #1/1 Connecticut (2/18) and Rutgers (2/21)... Averaged 1.4 points and 2.5 rebounds... Finished third on the team in blocked shots with 23...Her 23 blocked shots marks a single-season career high... Has recorded 20+ blocked shots in back-to-back seasons.
2007-2008: Appeared in 29 games for the Friars and cracked the starting line-up seven times... Averaged 2.4 points and 3.0 rebounds per game... Finished third on the team with 20 blocked shots... Reached double figures in the scoring column for the first time in her collegiate career against New Hampshire on December 28 with a season-high 10 points...Was a perfect 5-5 from the field versus New Hampshire... Pulled down a season-high nine boards at Fordham on November 28... Dished a season-best two assists against West Virginia on Feburary 9... Recorded a season-high two steals against St. John's on February 16... Notched three blocked shots in three different games against St. John's (2/16), Seton Hall (1/26) and Fordham (11/28)...Shot an impressive .478 from the floor in her second season on 32-67 shooting.
2006-2007: Appeared in 27 games with the Friars as a freshman and made her first collegiate start on February 3, 2007 against Pittsburgh... Averaged 0.7 points and 1.6 rebounds per game... Made her collegiate debut with the Friars on November 10, 2006 against Manhattan... Scored a season-high four points in three games this season vs. Sacred Heart (12/1/06), Connecticut (1/17/07) and St. John's (2/10/07)... Pulled down a season-high six rebounds against Sacred Heart on December 1... Dished a season-best two assists against Louisville on January 3... Recorded two blocked shots in four games this season, most recently vs. St. John's on February 10...Finished third among her teammates in blocked shots (17).
At FREDERICK DOUGLASS: A four-year letter winner in basketball at Frederick Douglass Academy...Also competed in volleyball as a senior in 2005-06...Played for the NYC Gauchos...Also played for the Exodus AAU A-Team.
Personal: Daughter of Regina Baugh...Born August 15, 1988...Has one brother, Cedric Foy...Sociology major.
Jessica Clark Game-by-Game 2009-10
Jessica Clark Game-by-Game 2008-09
Jessica Clark Game-by-Game 2007-08
Jessica Clark Game-by-Game 2006-07