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Caitlin Clark Shines Bright on Record-Setting Night

On her third shot of the game, fittingly a long-distance logo three for which the Iowa guard has become known, Clark set the NCAA women’s all-time scoring record. Much to the delight of the sellout home crowd, some of whom shelled out over $3,000 to get a seat, the show was just beginning. Clark finished with 49 points and 13 assists in the No. 4 Hawkeyes' 106-89 win over Michigan. Read about Clark’s big night and how her game is transforming women’s sports.

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    3,569 Points And Counting

    Why Clark is the most exciting and recognizable college basketball player in the country.

    Bigger than a moment: Caitlin Clark had all eyes on her (again), and she shined brighter than ever

    Bigger than a moment: Caitlin Clark had all eyes on her (again), and she shined brighter than ever

    Highlights From the record-setting game

    CAITLIN CLARK HIGHLIGHTS: 49 points in record-breaking win | Big Ten Women's Basketball | NBC Sports
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    CAITLIN CLARK HIGHLIGHTS: 49 points in record-breaking win | Big Ten Women's Basketball | NBC Sports

    Caitlin Clark broke the NCAA Division I women's all-time scoring record en route to a career-high 49-point performance for Iowa against Michigan to also set ...

    Sports world congratulates Clark

    From previous recordholder Kelsey Plum to Tom Brady, stars celebrate the Iowa sharpshooter. Plus, Division II player Lauryn Taylor sets record with 44 rebounds on the same night.

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