PARSIPPANY — Connor Clark, a 2013 Graduate of Parsippany Hills High School, made the Dean’s List for the Fall 2016 semester at West Liberty University in West Virginia. Clark is a senior at West Liberty University.
He is a Pre-Med Biology major, psychology minor, four year pitcher for the Division II West Liberty University Hilltoppers Baseball Team.
Connor will continue his studies next year at West Liberty in the “highly selective” (only 18-20 students are accepted annually) Physician’s Assistant Program.
When Clark attended Parsippany Hills High School he lettered in basketball and baseball on three occasions and once in football. Connor was second team All-Conference and was awarded pitcher of the year his sophomore year of high school.
Connor is the son of Matthew and Kristen Clark.
West Liberty University is a forward-looking, four-year public university steeped in a rich heritage as West Virginia’s oldest institution of higher education. Established as West Liberty Academy in 1837 (26 years before the state was admitted to the Union), it was created to respond to the need for higher educational opportunities west of the Appalachian ridge. The institution is named for the town in which it is located. West Liberty was so named in the late 18th Century as the westernmost point of the new liberty provided through the Declaration of Independence.