May 2, 2017
This is part of a series on the Marquette experiences of the men's lacrosse team's 2017 senior class.
Kyran Clarke, an operations and supply chain management major, has been a three-year starter for the Golden Eagles and has tallied 40 goals in his Marquette career. He's played both on attack and in the midfield during his senior campaign in 2017.
1. What is the biggest thing you learned from your time at Marquette?
KC: The biggest thing I have learned from my time at Marquette is how to deal with adversity and realize that having the confidence to believe in yourself can go a long way.
2. What are you most proud of accomplishing at Marquette (as a team and individually)?
KC: I'm most proud that I was able to contribute to the team reaching the Big East tournament all 4 years I was at Marquette.
3. What advice would you give future members of the Marquette lacrosse program?
KC: I would tell future Marquette members to get a house with guys on the team and cherish every moment you get with your teammates.
4. Most memorable moment?
KC: Most memorable moment had to be winning the BIG EAST Championship over a number 1 seed. Disney World with the team wasn't so bad either.
5. Was there anything else that made your Marquette experience special?
KC: I think everyone in this program from the coaching staff, administrative staff and the men on the team created a culture that you can't find anywhere else. This has created bonds that will never be forgotten and made my time at Marquette special.