The 2010-11 All-Midwest Conference men's basketball teams were released on Thursday and Lake Forest College's Travis Clark was a First Team selection for the second year in a row.
Clark, a junior post player, led the Foresters with 15.0 points and 8-8 rebounds per game. He also paced the squad with a .643 field goal percentage, 27 steals, and 27 blocked shots in 23 contests. His 65 assists on the year were just one shy of the team lead and he recorded nine double-doubles on the season.
Clark's field goal percentage was easliy the highest in the conference and ranks fourth in the nation. He finished eighth in the league in points, second in rebounds, ninth in assists, eighth in steals, and fourth in blocked shots per game. He was the only player to rank among the top 15 in the MWC in all five categories.
It was the second straight First Team All-MWC selection for Clark, who was an Honorable Mention choice as a freshman. Last year he also earned Second Team All-Midwest Region honors.
The 2010-11 Foresters posted a 12-11 overall record and 10-8 mark in league play. They finished in a tie for fifth place in the conference standings.