High school recruit Nina Simone Clark has committed to Temple as part of the Class of 2020. A current sophomore at Providence Day School, Clark also trains with Volleyball Performance.
Congrats @nina_symone_ on your recent commitment to Temple! pic.twitter.com/Ho2ZTqphty
— VolleyPerformance (@vballperform) November 13, 2017
A libero, outside hitter and right side for Providence Day School, Clark played in 56 sets this past season which recently ended. In those 56 sets, she amassed 126 digs (2.3 per set), 89 kills (1.6 per set) and 15 aces. That would lead one to believe she will slide into more of a defensive specialist/libero in college at Temple.
In addition to her play at the high school varsity level, Clark also is part of Volleyball Performance, an individual and team training group that helps players improve and hone their skills.
Temple is currently in the midst of a 16-8 season that includes a 12-4 mark in American Athletic Conference play. On their 2017 roster, they have two defensive specialists/liberos in addition to five outside hitters. Of that group of seven, three are seniors and another is a junior – meaning they will clear up some roster spots by the time Clark is set to arrive on campus.