San Antonio Churchill & Texas D1 Ambassadors forward, 6’7″ Clark Lammert has committed to play basketball for Texas Tech University. Tech Coach Billy Gillispie has a reputation for giving his walk on players more than a fair chance to earn substantial playing time and to eventually earn a scholarship. Lammert is extremely coachable, attentive to detail & a tireless worker who never complains. He should fit in well with the Red Raiders as that will be their trademark.
He led Coach Tim Woods San Antonio Churchill Chargers to a 25 win season paired alongside his brother 2012 Connor Lammert. He lists being able to share that experience with his sibling as one of the coolest things about his senior year. He averaged 16 points & 7 rebounds for Churchill. Clark proved tough on the summer circuit as well, and led the Texas D1 Ambassadors-San Antonio to countless wins and a Great American Shootout title.
After this, his senior campaign, Lammert was named 1st Team All-District (26-5A), 1st Team All Area, & 1st Team All Region. He was also named as All-City Super Team by the San Antonio Express-News. Lammert runs the floor well, rebounds consistently, has a variety of nice moves close to the goal & can also step out to hit the three ball. Congratulations to Clark, & the Lammert Family!-Coach Max Ivany
In addition to Lammert, Coach Gillispie has also added G Luke Adams to the roster. The savvy guard from Big Spring, TX also played for the Texas D1 Ambassadors before finishing up with the New Mexico Force. He is the son of Howard Coach Mark Adams who won a NJCAA National Championship last year. Luke grew up under his dad’s tutelage around the Howard College players and is wise beyond his years. Congratulations to the Adams Family!-Coach Max Ivany