Madison Clarke
Madison Clarke
Height: 5-4
Year: Senior
Hometown: Phoenix, Ariz.
High School: Xavier College Prep
Major: Biology

AS A SENIOR IN 2018-19: FALL: Finished the fall season with a 0-1 record in singles and 1-2 in doubles. SPRING: Did not compete in the spring season.  

AS A JUNIOR IN 2017-18: Named second team All-West Coast Conference in both singles and doubles.  Finished the season with an overall record of 9-11 in singles and 10-10 in doubles. FALL: Clarke ended the fall with a 3-4 singles record and a 3-5 doubles record…Partnering with Maddie Pothoff, the duo qualified for the ITA Women’s All American Championships, which included the top-16 doubles teams in the nation.  SPRING: Played at the number one position in singles posting a 6-7 record including 1-1 in league play while missing five conference matches due to an injury ... Went 7-5 in doubles going 7-2 on court one and 0-3 on court two ... posted a 7-2 record on court one while paired up with Maddie Pothoff.  

AS A SOPHOMORE IN 2016-17: Named to the All-WCC Singles First Team and All-WCC Doubles Second Team with partner Daniella Silva. FALL: Posted a 5-5 singles record and ended the fall season on a four-match winning streak ... went 3-2 in doubles play with partner Daniella Silva ... won all six matches she competed in at the Bronco Invitational, claiming three singles wins and three doubles wins with Silva. SPRING: Clarke posted a 13-1 singles record during dual match play, going 6-0 on court two to start the season and then 7-1 on court one to end the season ... partnered with Daniella Silva on court one during doubles play and the duo boasted a 12-5 record overall and 6-2 in league matches.

AS A FRESHMAN IN 2015-16: Fall: Played in three of the four tournaments … posted a 4-4 singles record, including reaching the round of 16 in the USTA/ITA Northwest Regional Championships (Oct. 23-24) … teamed with Chelby Cooke in doubles and went 2-1 in the Cal Invitational (Oct. 2-3) … also played with Nabila Farah and went 2-1 in the Bronco Invitational (Nov. 6-8). Spring: Posted a 11-7 record in singles play, including going 5-0 against West Coast Conference opponents … she was third on the team in singles wins … clinched the April 23 match against LMU by defeating Andrea Crespo 6-2, 2-6, 6-3 on Court 2 … played in the first position for three matches and went 2-1 … finished the season winning five of her last seven matches … combined with Chelby Cooke in doubles to go 12-6, which was the most doubles victories on the team.

HIGH SCHOOL: Two-time All-American in (2014, 2015) … three-time individual state champion (2013-15) … member of four state championship teams (2012-15) … also played basketball … named the school’s Most Outstanding Senior Athlete her final year … coached by Laurie Martin.

PERSONAL: Daughter of Walter and Lori Clarke … has two siblings, Tatum and Summer … hobbies include listening to music and hiking … she is currently majoring in biology … career goal is to be a marine biologist.


  Singles   Doubles
  Overall Dual WCC Overall Dual WCC
2015-16 15-11 11-7 5-0 16-8 12-6 4-2
2016-17 18-6 13-1 5-0 16-10 12-5 6-2
2017-18 9-11 6-7 1-1 10-10 7-5 2-1
2018-19 0-1 0-0 0-0 1-2 0-0 0-0
Total 42-29 30-15 11-1 43-30 31-16 12-5