- class Senior
- Hometown Jackson, Mich.
- High school Lumen Christi Catholic HS
Career Marks: Smallbore (592), Air Rifle (598)
- CRCA All-America Second Team in smallbore
- CRCA All-America Second Team in air rifle
- CRCA All-America Third Team in aggregate
- All-GARC Second Team in air rifle and combined
- All-GARC Honorable Mention in smallbore
- Monster season for Kentucky, averaging 585.538 in smallbore and 597.077 in air rifle for an aggregate average of 1179.615
- Posted a 589 in smallbore and 594 in air rifle at the NCAA Championships
- Set career high marks in both smallbore and air rifle during the season
- 592 career-high smallbore vs. Murray State
- 598 career-high air rifle at Army
- All-GARC Smallbore Honorable Mention.
- Averaged 581.5 in smallbore and 590.167 in air rifle for an aggregate of 1171.667.
- Was a star at the national championships, recording a 585 in smallbore and 594 in air rifle.
- The 594 in air rifle was just one off his career best and came at the perfect time for UK to claim the national title.
- Career-high smallbore score came on Jan. 22 vs. Nebraska.
- Honorable Mention Collegiate All-America in air rifle
- Career-best air rifle scores came in the first two matches of the year in October.
- Second-team All-GARC in air rifle, honorable mention in combined
Prior to UK
- Finished second overall at the 2018 NRA National Metric 3-position (2277-73x) and 3-position (4652-223x) Championships
- Took second place in the junior division in prone at the 2017 USAS National Rifle Championships with a 1241.0
- Claimed fifth place in the junior division at the 2018 USAS National 3-position Rifle Championships with a 2291
- Full Name: Richard Burdette Clark
- Nickname: Clarkie
- Major: Kinesiology
- Minor: Coaching
- Birthday: July 11
- Birthplace: Jackson, Michigan
- Parents: Sarah and Raymond Clark
- Siblings: Younger brother, Jacob
- Notes: Played baseball in High School
- Member of the Boy Scouts, Band and Choir
- Rebuilt schools gazebo, volunteered to serve at fish fries and visited retirement homes during the holidays
Clark chose Kentucky because … “Kentucky chose me. From the moment I stepped on campus, Lexington has been my home.”