Clark tells a similar story. "Pretty much after the Stanford game, my confidence has been better. My confidence level wasn't that great at the beginning of the year," said Clark. That confidence has definitely been noticed by Coach Sharp. "I think she's probably more confident right now than she's ever been in her career at Tech," said Coach Sharp. This confidence has been most noticeable on the offensive end of the floor, where Clark has translated it into a wealth of points. "A lot of times scoring is all about confidence," said Coach Sharp. The lack of confidence seems to have come mostly from Clark herself, who knew she had a big role to fill after Plenette Pierson graduated. "I was just being hard on myself, now I'm being a little more relaxed on the court and letting the game come to me," said Clark. The improvements aren't just limited to the offensive end of the court though. "I think her whole mentality on the floor has changed because of it," said Coach Sharp. "She's playing better defense, she's really attacking the boards, and running he floor hard."
Jametra Clark and the Lady Raiders are ready to prove themselves against the toughest conference in the nation. "We're looking forward to it," said Clark. She knows that every team they play will be taking their best shot at the top ranked Lady Raiders. "Going in there as the number one team, everyone's going to be out to knock us down. We know we have to play hard and be aggressive," said Clark. Even with the polls split about who is the number one team, that isn't affecting the Lady Raiders. "We all believe that we are the number one team. They have us at number two and stuff right now, but we're playing like we're the number one team," said Clark. Even with the top ranking, and her newfound success, Clark is still lookinf to improve in one area especially. "Rebounding, that's one of my weaknesses right now. I want to get better at that," said Clark. If Clark improves her rebounding, the rest of the country will have to take notice of the latest breakout post player at Texas Tech.