Hey Penguin Nation!
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Here’s what we’re raising money for:
Your gift to the Athletic Department general fund helps provide funds for facility upgrades, annual Hall of Fame and Student-Athlete Banquet events. These funds will also aid the department in covering unexpected expenses. Thank you for supporting Penguin Athletics!
Grant Fisher will be inducted in the Clark College Hall of Fame in June 2023. At only 23 years old, Grant died on January 29, 2021, in a car accident. We would like to build a bullpen where future Clark College pitchers and catchers can train and prepare. Please help us make the Grant Fisher Memorial Bullpen a reality.
Coach Johnson strives to connect his athletes with 4-year programs. Your gift will help fund placement and training for our athletes. The Men’s Basketball program has old apparel and equipment that needs replacement. Help our program develop and expand with a gift today.
Women’s Basketball finished 2023 making some noise in the South Region. Two athletes received post-season honors. The roster is sophomore-heavy so the program will need to reload the team with top-tier talent. Help us reach our goal to recruit a talented roster of future Penguins.
Cross Country/Track & Field
Clark’s distance programs are beginning to flourish under new leadership. Team culture is the bedrock of Coach Frasier’s program and he wants to host teambuilding activities throughout the year to continue to create a bond within the teams. The team also needs to replace outdated equipment. Help us reach our goal of providing our student athletes with the experience they deserve.
Under the program’s new leadership, recruitment has ramped up and athletes around the community want to be a part of the growing culture. Coach Lukowiak will take recruiting trips to Alaska and Central/South Oregon to recruit future Penguins. We also need to provide athletes with top of the line gear and equipment. Help the Men’s Soccer program reach our goal.
Coming off back-to-back NWAC Championship appearances, the coaching staff will take recruiting trips to Oregon and Northern Washington to recruit future Penguins. The Women’s Soccer program is also striving to provide athletes with top of the line gear and equipment. Help us reach our goal.
Our program has been plagued by aging equipment, limiting the development of our athletes. Our pitching machine needs to be replaced, bullpen tarps and covers for batting cages are in tatters due to the weather. Help us update our equipment with a gift today.
Coach Brandon Hannula plans to recruit throughout the Pacific Northwest to bolster this outstanding program. Hannula also has his sights set on beach volleyball competitions during the off season to build a strong culture and developing skills. Help us recruit future Penguins with a gift today.