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Clark Brisson

Bob HathawayThe competitive career of 2015 NC Soccer Hall of Fame inductee Clark Brisson has taken him a number of places, but when it is all sorted out, it becomes very much a tale of the two Carolinas. It is a fact that his collegiate game and much of his coaching and teaching experience have been in South Carolina, and he certainly has made an impact there. Yet we honor him in the Tar Heel state because it was here that his soccer foundation was laid, and it would be in Raleigh specifically that he would be a part of scholastic sports history.

As a University of South Carolina Gamecock from 1987-1990, Clark would score 36 goals and 26 assists, both top-six school records as of 2015. His best year statistically was 1989, with 50 points (21g, 8a), and this would lead to first team NSCAA All-America recognition. The USC overall record during his time there was 61-14-11 with four NCAA tournament years and a College Cup semifinal experience in 1988. He would cap off his collegiate career with a United States team appearance in the 1991 World University Games in England.

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