Rob Clark

Rob Clark

Sports Director

Rob Clark joined the KEYC team in December 2014 after graduating from South Dakota State University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in mass communications. The Spencer, Iowa, native is excited to be serving the people of southern Minnesota and northern Iowa, not too far away from home. Rob is a die-hard baseball fan and enjoys spending time out on the diamond.


  • South Dakota State University

Recent Articles by Rob

  Welcome native makes Seattle’s 60-man player pool

Mankato MoonDogs fall in season opener to Waterloo

  New Ulm wins rivalry match-up against Sleepy Eye

  Springfield bats explode for 11 runs in win over Milroy

  Sports Senior Showcase: Highlighting the Class of 2020

  Gaylord tops Henderson in River Valley League opener

  Rodning competing for hometown team, staying ready for Blue Jays

  MoonDogs baseball is back: Here’s what you can expect

  Minnesota State’s Richards begins coaching career with Mankato Peppers

  Gaylord earns 10-8 exhibition win over the Stingers

  Youth sports return as Mankato Peppers compete in games ahead of weekend tournament

  Minnesota Rise looking forward to competitions starting in July

  Current and former members of MSU football team address the issue of racial injustice

  Bahl, Mavericks looking to make deep playoff run in 2020

Fairmont’s Sagedahl running strong at 81

  Pickell commits to wrestle at Augsburg

  DNR’s Quality Bluegill Initiative aims to address shrinking fish size

  Hoffner looks ahead to 2020 season

  From Springfield to Augustana: Why so many Tigers wind up Vikings

  Blueprint for success: MSU’s Matt Margenthaler

  Throwback: WEM volleyball’s 2015 state title

  MSU men’s basketball offseason looks different but remains productive

  Two Mavericks earn NSIC’s top student-athlete honors

  From Springfield to the pros: A community that cultivates talent

  Bassett achieves goal of Division I football, joins Coastal Carolina

  Ryan Carter talks life after the NHL

  Blueprint for success: WEM’s Crystal Lamont

  Anthony Harris signs Vikings’ franchise tag offer

  Springfield football player hopes to be inspiration to others after losing 104 pounds

  JWP football players get creative for offseason training