|1||Eva Kaszuba||Guard||Valley View||2027|
|3||Ava Fenton||Guard||Valley View||2027|
|10||Ella Clementoni||Guard||North Pocono||2027|
|14||Kayli Mchugh||Guard||North Pocono||2027|
|23||Ella Stambaugh||Forward||Wyoming Valley West||2027|
|30||Emma Coleman||Guard||Abington Heights||2027|
|34||Cora Castellani||Guard||Valley View||2027|
Growing up in Northeast, PA, Kevin is fortunate to be one of eight children to Margi and Brian Clark. He attended grade school at St. Paul’s School in Scranton, PA and later moved on to Dunmore High School for secondary education. After graduating from Dunmore in 2007, Kevin moved to Queens, New York where he attended St. John’s University and received a Bachelor’s of Science in Communication Arts with a minor in Business Administration. He decided to continue his education even further a bit North of the city to Pace University, where he completed his Master’s of Science in Educational Studies in 2014. Kevin and his wife, Annie, have put down their roots in NEPA. Coach Clark is currently the Executive Director of Riverfront Sports, founder of NEPA Elite Basketball and oversees all basketball operations at the facility. He is also the boys head basketball coach at his alma mater Dunmore High School and head coach of the nationally-renowned NEPA Elite 17U Girls Team which won the Hoop Group Championship in 2020 and 2021.