Iowa’s Caitlin Clark Breaks Women’s Scoring Record in Single Season as Team Advances to Sweet 16

Caitlin Clark Breaks Record in Final Collegiate Home Game as Iowa Earns Sweet 16 Spot

Caitlin Clark, the NCAA Division I all-time leading scorer, scored 32 points in Iowa’s 64-54 win on Monday night against West Virginia. This was her final collegiate home game and she broke yet another scoring record in the process.

Clark led the Iowa Hawkeyes to a tough challenge and secured a spot in the Sweet 16 of the NCAA women’s basketball tournament. The victory was especially significant for Clark as it marked her final game at Carver Arena. Additionally, her performance set a new record for the most points scored in a single season in NCAA Division I women’s basketball with a total of 1,113 points.

Despite facing a strong challenge from West Virginia, Iowa was able to close the game with a 12-2 run after West Virginia tied the game in the fourth quarter with a 10-0 run of their own. The victory was a testament to the team’s unity and determination. The Hawkeyes will now move on to face No. 5 Colorado in the next round of the tournament in Albany, New York.

After the game, Caitlin Clark expressed her gratitude and pride for her team and her collegiate career. She thanked her team and fans for their support and acknowledged the highs and lows of her time at Iowa. Clark’s leadership and performance have been instrumental in the team’s success, and she looks forward to continuing her journey in

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