Congratulations to the G.O.A.T., Caitlin Clark!

Iowa Hawkeyes basketball star, Caitlin Clark set the NCAA women’s basketball scoring record, with her 3,528th career point last night against rival Michigan.  Fittingly, the shot that cemented her stature came just left of the mid-court logo.

Not only did she get the scoring record, but she also achieved the Iowa-program record of 49 points, with 13 assists – a double-double.

Clark is closing in on Pete Maravich’s men’s Division I record of 3,667 points. At her current pace of 32.7 points per game this season, Clark would need four more games to pass Maravich, potentially putting the record in sight on Iowa’s senior day against Ohio State on March 2 in the regular-season finale.

Now Clark — who could potentially return for a fifth season if she foregoes this year’s WNBA draft — has a chance to become the leading scorer in Division I basketball history, men’s or women’s.

Caitlin Clark sets NCAA women’s basketball scoring record with 3,528th career point – The Athletic

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