Kyran Clarke
Kyran  Clarke


Port Coquitlam, B.C.

High School:
Terry Fox Senior Secondary

Height / Weight:
5-8 / 165



Clarke Earns First BIG EAST Weekly Honor

Sophomore posted seven points in a 1-1 week


Men's Lacrosse Outlasts No. 18/16 Lehigh, 10-9, In Historic Win

Jordan Greenfield shines with five points in MU debut


Marquette Defeated 12-7 by No. 10/9 Notre Dame

McNamara leads MU with three points


No. 17/17 Ohio State Rallies For 11-7 Win Over MU

Kyle Whitlow records fourth career hat trick to pace Golden Eagles

Awards and Honors:

BIG EAST Weekly Honor Roll (April 6)

BIG EAST All-Academic (2014, 2015-16)

2016 Season: Scored one goal, recorded two assists and picked up two ground balls in a 9-7 victory (Feb. 20) ... Notched one goal in a 10-8 win against Detroit (March 6) ... Recorded one goal and snagged one ground ball in a 11-5 win (March 19) ... Registered one assist in a 11-3 victory against No. 5/6 Villanova (April 2) ... Added a goal and an assist in a 11-7 win over St. John's (April 9) ... Tallied a pair of goals in an 7-8 overtime loss against No. 2/1 Notre Dame (April 13) ... Recorded two goals and picked up a ground ball in a 8-7 win versus Providence (April 16).

2015 Season:
 Posted 24 points as a starting attackman with 11 goals and 13 assists ... Started all 16 games as a sophomore ... Tallied two assists in 10-9 win at No. 18/16 Lehigh (Feb. 7) ... Scored two fourth-quarter goals, including the game winner with 11 seconds remaining to top Ohio State 10-9 (March 1) ... Notched two goals in a win over Mercer (March 8) ... Tied a program record with five assists, while adding a single goal in a win over St. John's (April 4) ... Earned his first weekly award by being named to the BIG EAST Honor Holl on April 6 after his seven-point week ... Tallied two points in a win over Providence (April 11) ... Registered two points, scoring a goal and dishing out an assist, in MU's matchup with Duke (April 18).

2014 Season: Notched his first collegiate goal at Ohio State (Feb. 22) ... Ranked second in the BIG EAST in man-up goals as of March 27 ... ... Started three of the 14 games he appeared in ... Finished the season with six goals and two assists ... Most of his eight points came in man-up situations.

Prior to Marquette: Four-year captain at Terry Fox High School ... Led the Ravens to a British Columbia Provincial championship under head coach Derek Wintermans and was the offensive Most Valuable Player ... Played for Team BC national team in 2011 ... Won the 2011 National Championship playing for the Burnaby Mountain selects and was named offensive and team Most Valuable Player ... Captained the Port Coquitlam Intermediate A box lacrosse team ... AAU teammates with Ryan Sarazin and Jordan Green.

Personal: Born on July 2, 1995 ... Majoring in business administration.