Seth Clark
Seth Clark
NORTH MANCHESTER – Manchester University head men's basketball coach Nate Conley announced the addition of Seth Clark as an assistant coach on Wednesday August 12.

Clark arrives in North Manchester after serving as the assistant men's basketball coach and strength and conditioning coordinator at Wabash College.

During his lone season with the Little Giants last year, Clark assisted with a Wabash program that began the 2019-20 season ranked in the D3Hoops.com Top 25 poll. Wabash posted an overall record of 17-9 and placed second in the North Coast Athletic Conference (NCAC) after compiling a 13-5 mark in league play. While on Wabash's staff, two players earned  All-NCAC honors. Junior guard Jack Davidson also earned NABC and D3Hoops.com All-Region honors and was a CoSIDA Academic All-American. Five Little Giants were named to the NABC Honors Court.

Clark's duties at Wabash included assisting with team practices, individual skill development, developing travel itineraries and team meals, as well as overseeing strength and conditioning instruction.

Prior to his stint at Wabash, Clark spent one season as the men's basketball graduate assistant coach at Otterbein University in Westerville, Ohio.

No stranger to head coach Nate Conley, Clark was a standout guard for Coach Conley at Ohio Wesleyan University. Clark was a four-year starter for the Battling Bishops, earning First Team All-North Coast Athletic Conference honors in 2015-16 and 2017-18. He added Second Team All-NCAC honors in the 2016-17 season. Clark holds the all-time record for three-point baskets in OWU history with 287.  A two-time team captain for the Battling Bishops, Clark is seventh in OWU history with 1,699 career points and helped win NCAC regular season championships for OWU in 2015 and 2016.

Seth graduated from Ohio Wesleyan University in 2018 where he earned a bachelor's degree in Human Health and Kinetics. He earned a master's degree of Allied Health with a specialty in Healthcare Administration from Otterbein University in 2020.