2002: Played in 57 games as a redshirt-freshman, including 53 starts in right field and one start as the designated hitter...earned honorable-mention Freshman All-America honors and Conference USA All-Freshman recognition after finishing second on the team in home runs (11), slugging percentage (.526), walks (42) and on-base percentage (.526)...ranked fifth in C-USA in walks and 12th in on-base percentage...had 13 multiple-hit games, including a career-best four-hit showing vs. Southeastern Louisiana (April 30), and tallied 11 multiple-RBI contests, including a career-high four RBI at UAB (April 12) when he posted his first two-home run outing...had a five-game hitting streak from April 7-14 when he hit .400 (8-for-20) with two doubles, two homers and seven RBI, and again from April 30-May 10 when he hit .632 (12-for-19) with two doubles, two home runs and nine RBI...went 3-for-3 at Pepperdine (Feb. 9) in his first career start, including a home run in his first collegiate at-bat...best weekend of the year came against Charlotte when he blasted a home run in all three games and tallied six RBI...off the diamond, earned C-USA Academic Medal and Commissioner's Academic Honor Roll recognition.
2001: Redshirted in his first season with the Green Wave program...earned Conference USA Academic Medal Honors and Commissioner's Academic Honor Roll recognition.
High School: Three-year starter at Naperville Central High for coach Bill Seiple, seeing time as a pitcher and outfielder...set school single-season and career home run records, and set the single-season total bases and slugging percentage marks...earned Daily Herald All-Area and Naperville Sun All-City honors his final two prep seasons...garnered Chicago Tribune all-state recognition as a senior when he helped the Redhawks go 30-10, win a share of the conference title and earn the Regional Championship...named Dupage Valley Conference Player of the Year and Chicago Sun 10 Best Scholar-Athlete awards as a senior after hitting .398 with four home runs and 32 RBI while going 8-3 with a 2.68 ERA and 63 strikeouts...a two-time team captain, hit .441 with seven home runs and 45 RBI with a 3.19 ERA and 70 strikeouts as a junior...also lettered twice in football...off the diamond, was a member of the National Honor Society, Pep Assembly Planning Committee, Class Council and Student Advisory Council...was a National Merit Commended Student honors and was a delegate at the Dupage Valley Leadership Conference and Character Counts conventions.
Personal: Full name is Lyle Gerald Clark, IV...born June, 24, 1982 in Dallas, Texas...son of L.G. Clark and Marilyn Baysek...has two sisters: Courtney and Mallory...grandfather, Dr. Lyle Clark, played collegiate football at Michigan...grandfather, Glenn Hall, played collegiate baseball at Brown...cousin, Colby, plays football at Northwestern...undecided on major.