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Basketball phenom Caitlin Clark shatters NCAA record

via Iowa News Now
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Caitlin Clark of Iowa broke the NCAA Division I women’s all-time scoring record.

She converted the deep 3-pointer to become the NCAA women’s basketball all-time leading scorer with a total of 3,528 points.

Clark unseated former Washington star Kelsey Plum, who scored 3,527 points between 2013 to 2017

Clark is averaging 32.1 points per game this season and has helped lead fourth-ranked Iowa to a 20-2 record.

Iowa coach Lisa Bluder initially wanted to call a timeout if Clark broke the record during a game, but Clark said she didn’t want timeouts used for that.

Bluder said, “If she doesn’t want it, I don’t think I want to do it.”

Fans have flocked to see Clark play, with Iowa games this season selling out arenas and tickets on the secondary market sometimes costing thousands of dollars.

Caitlin Clark broke the NCAA women’s scoring record and scored a career-high 49 points in Iowa’s 106-89 win against Michigan.

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