Hobart Alumus Tim Clark Recognized By The Super Bowl XVLI Committee For His Community Service

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Hobart alumus Tim Clark ’87 is known by many throughout Indiana for his passion and community service with youth in the sport of lacrosse. Since his arrival 12 years ago at the NCAA national office, Tim co-founded the Indiana Youth Lacrosse Association and spearheaded the development of several Indiana lacrosse programs. Tim was recently recognized for his outstanding service to youth when he received the 2011 Rev. Charles Williams Award presented by the Indiana Sports Corporation and Indiana Black Expo. Clark is now in charge of coordinating the Super Bowl XVLI host committee’s football and cheerleading clinic for Indianapolis area youth.

A defenseman for the lacrosse team during its unprecedented string of 12 consecutive national championships, he talks to http://www.xlvifaces.com/ about his background in lacrosse and his volunteer efforts in the sport today. Learn more by clicking here. View the video interview below.

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