By the time his college career concluded, Jason Clark was among the top 20 scorers in Georgetown history, and among the top four in three point field goals, but without much of the fanfare that followed teammates over the years with similar numbers.

A two time All-Met from Bishop O'Connell HS and the 2008 All-Met Player of The Year, Clark arrived at the Hilltop in the fall of 2008 amidst a deep contingent of guards, including Jessie Sapp, Chris Wright, and Austin Freeman. Clark played in every game as a freshman, averaging 18 minutes and 5.2 points per game off the bench, with a season high of 12 points versus Syracuse. Sapp graduated in 2009 and Clark took over in the starting lineup, where he was ever since.

In his first game as a starter, Clark scored 13 points and had five assists against Tulane, part of a sophomore season which saw him score in double figures 15 times, including 20 against Seton Hall and 24 versus Villanova. Averaging 16 points a game in the first three games of the 2010 Big east tournament, Clark's hot hand fell one game short, shooting just 1 for 5 as Georgetown lost by two in the championship game. A week later, Clark was held to just even as the Hoyas fell to Ohio in the NCAA tournament.

As a junior, Clark continued his solid play in non-conference play, with 23 points versus Connecticut and a season high 26 versus Missouri, averaging 12 points per game. By the time he was aa senior, it was his team, and Clark has put together the best basketball of his career in 2011-12.

Clark was a scoring force in the 2011 Maui Invitational, averaging 23 points per game. He hit for 22 versus Alabama, and 26 in the Hoyas' big win over Marquette to open January 2012, with a 15 point average to lead all scorers that season. his career 48 percent shooting percentage gave Georgetown a valuable option from mid and long range, as Clark was not afraid to take the long three when required. Averaging just under 10 shots a game, a big night for Clark usually signals a big night for the Hoya offense.

Clark's other attribute was defense--lots of it. Georgetown has been especially effective in guard-oriented defense because of Clark, who in 2009 told the Georgetown Voice: "I want to accept the responsibility of being a defensive stopper. I don't want to look to score first. I want to be a defensive stopper and be an energy guy for my team." But as he has grown, Clark has was able to become both a defensive stopper and an offensive force within a standout career in blue and gray.

Season

GP

GS

Min

FG

FGA

%

3FG

3GA

%

FT

FTA

%

Off

Reb

Avg

PF

Ast

Blk

Stl

Pts

Avg

2008-09 31 0 568 57 115 49.5 17 50 34.0 30 36 83.3 30 80 2.5 53 25 6 20 161 5.2
2009-10 34 34 1137 121 255 47.5 67 158 42.4 47 62 75.8 38 131 3.9 90 67 6 49 356 10.5
2010-11 32 32 1081 204 429 47.5 51 147 34.6 57 74 77.0 34 130 4.0 71 56 7 47 384 12.0
2011-12 33 33 1077 159 324 47.6 48 149 32.2 96 128 75.0 30 134 4.1 66 58 9 54 462 14.0
Totals 130 99 3863 541 1123 48.1 183 504 36.3 230 300 76.7 132 475 3.6 280 206 28 170 1363 10.4