2016-2017 (Freshman): Made his collegiate debut in net at Union on Jan. 13, posting 20 saves...Earned his first victory at home vs. No. 6 Harvard on Jan. 17.
Before Dartmouth: A native of Toronto, Clark completed his final year of juniors playing for the South Shore Lumberjacks in the Maritime Junior A Hockey League. A mid-season acquisition, Clark played in 33 games and helped his team reach the MJAHL South Division Finals. It was the first time in the history of the organization that South Shore made it beyond the first round of the playoffs. His coach Laurie Barron was the former coach of outgoing goalie Charles Grant '16. Prior to his stint in the Maritimes, Adrian played a season and a half in the CCHL for the Carleton Place Canadians. As a rookie, he led the league in goals against average with a 1.98 mark and played a vital role in his team winning the CCHL Championship, the Fred Page Cup and a berth in the Royal Bank Cup, which is Canada's National Championship for junior hockey. For his efforts, he was selected to play for Canada East in the WJAC, which is one of the top international tournaments for juniors-age players. Clarke played minor midgets for the Oakville Rangers AAA organization in Ontario. The 2012-13 season saw the Rangers capture both the OMHA and OHL Cup Championship. In the OHL Cup, Adrian was the top goalie in the tournament.
Personal: Adrian is the son of Richard Clark and Linda Hochstetter and has two brothers...He enjoys guitar, Tae Kwon Do, reading, and watching TV...At Dartmouth, he plans to study biology for a career in physiotherapy.