Renee Clarke
Renee Clarke

Player Profile

Greenbelt, MD

High School:
Eleanor Roosevelt

Last College:

200, 400

2005 OUTDOOR TRACK - Had the team's top six times in the 400 meters... posted an ECAC qualifying time of 54.9 at the Patriot Open, where she finished second... finished fifth at the ECAC Championships with a time of 54.59, which was an NCAA regional-qualifying mark.... time of 54.53 was good for 13th at the NCAA East Regional... finished third in the 800 meters at the Navy Invitational with a time of 2:19.38... also competed in the 4x100 relay, 4x400 relay and sprint medley relay... 4x100 relay team finished first at the Patriot Open and qualified for the ECAC Championships finishing in 46.19... 4x100 team also placed fourth at the ECAC Championships and sixth at the ACC Championships... 4x400 team also finished sixth at the ACC Championships with season-best time of 3:46.41, which qualified them for the ECAC Championships... sprint medley team finished 10th at the Penn Relays, posting a time of 3:55.37.

2005 INDOOR TRACK - Ran in the 200 and 400 meters... had the team's top four times in the 400... ran a season-best 56.39 at the ACC Championships and placed ninth, which qualified her for the ECAC Championships... finished eighth at ECAC running a 56.40... won the Maryland Invitational 200 with a time of 25.42.

BEFORE MARYLAND - A two-year letterwinner at the University of Houston... part of Houston's NCAA-qualifier 4x400 relay team... earned Nike All-America honors at Eleanor Roosevelt High School in the 400 meters, 4x200 and 4x400... finished third in the 400-meter run at the Nike Indoor Championships with a time of 57.02 seconds... ran on Roosevelt's championship 4x200 meter relay team that won the Nike Championships and the 4x400 meter relay team that finished second.

PERSONAL - Born in Trinidad & Tobago... daughter of Anthony Clarke and Margaret Skemtt... has two brothers, Keiro and Shawn, and one sister, Cristal... sister, Cristal, lettered in track and field at James Madison... came to Maryland because of its academics and athletics and to be a part of the great changes in the track program.