Active from 1953-1957 • Inducted in 1979
Clock was a three-time Pacific Coast Intercollegiate wrestling champion, winning as a heavyweight in 1955 and 1956, and at 191 pounds in 1957. His only three losses in his collegiate career were in the NCAA national championships. He was also a four-year starting tackle on the football team, earning All-American Honorable Mention and All-NWC honors as a junior and senior.
Since graduating, Clock has pursued careers in both coaching and teaching. He was a long-time wrestling coach at Pacific University, heading the program from 1967-88 and serving as an assistant coach until his retirement in 2002. Clock is one of the the longest and most outstanding wrestling coaches in the NWC and was instrumental in the development of women's wrestling at Pacific University.
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