Greg Clark returned to his alma mater as head junior varsity baseball coach in the fall of 2012. A 1999 NCWC Athletics Hall of Fame inductee and 2013 USA South Hall of Fame selection, Clark was four-year letterwinner for the Battling Bishops from 1979 to 1982 and still holds the NCAA Division III record for stolen bases in a career with 202, while his stolen base percentage of .918 (202/220) ranks seventh nationally.
Clark was a 1981 AACBC Baseball All-American -- the first in program history -- and was named the NCAA Regional Tournament Most Valuable Player that same season. He went on to garner Regional and World Series All-Tournament team honors in 1982, in addition to being named the Dixie Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (now USA South) Player of the Year. A four-time All-Conference selection and two-time All-District honoree, Clark was recognized as the NCWC Male Athlete of the Year in 1981 and 1982.
A 1982 graduate of the College, Clark went on to play in the Los Angeles Dodgers organization before returning the area to begin a 30-year career as a teacher/coach with the Nash/Rocky Mount school system. His wife, Lisa, is also a Wesleyan alum, as is his son Tyler, who followed in his father's footsteps as four-year letterwinner for the Battling Bishop baseball program.