Part six of a seven part FanPost series looking at potential Home Grown Player signings on the Portland Timbers U-23s (qualifies without the "Richard's Rule")
Tied for the career scoring record at Tualatin High School (with former Timbers U-23s team member Jared vanSchaik) rising-sophomore Clark Phillips of Gonzaga University is in his first season with the Timbers U-23s.
Rated by TopDrawerSoccer as the No. 9 player in the West Coast Conference and No. 74 freshman in Division One soccer, Phillips is a former member of the Westside Timbers.
At Tualatin, Phillips was one of the Timberwolves top players earning Pacific Conference Second Team honors as a freshman. During the final three seasons of Phillips high school career he earned All-Pacific Conference First Team accolades.
In his first season at Gonzaga, Phillips was named to both the All-WCC Honorable Mention and All-Freshman Team. Phillips also earned Freshman of the Year honors from the WCC during his first season as a Bulldog (the last two WCC Freshman of the Year selections, Steven Evans and Phillips, are members of the Portland Timbers U-23s and potential HGP).
Tualatin High School
2011: 18 Matches, 5 Starts, 4 Goals, 3 Assists, 11 Points, 23 Shots, 11 Shots on Goal
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