|Sport(s):||Women's Cross Country|
|Year of Graduation:||2012|
Angela Stauble Clark is responsible for helping to start the Husson women's cross country program, earning three letters from 2010-12.
Stauble will enter the Hall of Fame as the first woman to win a race in program history. As an eligibility-wise freshman, she won the Colby Invitational 5k with a time of 19:23 and the North Atlantic Conference Championship with a time of 19:03. The times currently sit at sixth and eighth all-time on the women's cross country all-time list.
She is also one of the most decorated runners to compete at Husson, being named All-Conference (2010 and 2011), Conference Rookie of the Year (2010), Conference Runner of the Year (2010), NAC All-Academic Team (2011), Women Cross Country Eagle Award Winner (2010), Clara Swan Female Athlete of the Year (2010-11), and Husson All-Academic Team (2012).
Stauble Clark graduated Summa Cum Laude with a Bachelor of Science in Psychology in 2011.
She earned a Master of Science in Occupational Therapy from Husson in 2012.
A native of Nashua, New Hampshire, Stauble Clark attended Souhegan High School. She, her husband, Joshua, and daughter (Melanie) reside in Strafford, New Hampshire. Stuable Clark currently is an Occupational Therapist at Caretenders Homecare and St. Joseph Hospital.