Women's Basketball

Aztecs Sign Cali Clark


SAN DIEGO – San Diego State head women's basketball coach Stacie Terry-Hutson announced the signing of 6'3" forward Cali Clark, a graduate transfer from Colorado State.

Clark appeared in 109 games with 39 starts across four years at CSU while shooting 51 percent from the field and averaging 5.0 rebounds per game.

"Cali is a true back-to-the-basket player who is a really efficient scorer on the block," Terry-Hutson said. "She was underutilized last year at Colorado State as they transitioned to a five-out offense, but we are confident she can make a big impact for us next year, especially on the glass."

Last season, Clark averaged 4.4 rebounds in just 10.1 minutes per game. Her 17.4 rebounds per 40 minutes was second in the nation, trailing only Stanford All-American Cameron Brink (minimum 20 games).

As a junior in 2022-23, Clark started 19 games and averaged career-highs in rebounds (6.1), field goal percentage (56.4%), blocks (1.2) and minutes (18.5).
In 2021-22, Clark played 13.3 minutes per game while averaging 4.9 points and 5.0 rebounds. She started 11 of CSU's 20 games as a true freshman while scoring a career-high 5.3 points per game.

A Centennial, Colo. native, Clark graduated from Cherry Creek High School in 2020 where she averaged 14.1 points and 10.8 rebounds per game as a senior. She helped her school win the CHSAA 5A State Championship as a junior, and as a senior her school was 25-2 and the top-ranked team in the state at the time of stoppage due to COVID-19.

Clark spent her first two years of high school at Lamar where she was a two-time CHSAA 3A first team recipient and a contributing member of the 3A championship team as a freshman, tallying 15.3 points and 10.6 rebounds per game.

A mechanical engineering major at Colorado State, Clark has been named to the Mountain West All-Academic Team three times.