Adam Clark is Minnesota's Assistant Athletics Director for Football Operations. He oversees the day-to-day operation of the department, coordinates all game-related travel, is a liaison with athletic administration and works closely with Coach Claeys and the staff on all football-related matters.
Clark was Minnesota's Director of Player Personnel from 2011-12 and was the Gophers Assistant Athletic Director for Football in 2013.
Prior to joining the Minnesota staff, Clark was the Director for Football Operations at Northern Illinois for three seasons, eventually being promoted to the title of Assistant Athletic Director.
At Northern Illinois, Clark was responsible for team travel, meals, game day operations and numerous other organizational and operational duties. He served as a liaison with the Huskie equipment staff and media relations office as well.
Clark began his career in 2005 at Texas A&M, where he served as a football operations assistant through 2007. With the Aggies, Clark supervised team meals, buses, hotels and practice security.
Clark holds a bachelor's degree from Pittsburg (Kan.) State, where he played baseball for two seasons.
Clark and his wife Vanessa reside in Minneapolis.
THE CLARK FILE
Minnesota, Assistant Athletics Director for Football Operations, 2014-present
Minnesota, Assistant Athletics Director for Football, 2012-13
Minnesota, Director of Player Personnel, 2011-12
Northern Illinois, Director of Football Operations, 2008-2010
Texas A&M, Football Operations Assistant, 2005-07
Pittsburg State, 2004
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