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Caitlin Clark Is Now Fourth On The NCAA All-Time Scoring Leaderboard


With 32 points in a 96-50 rout of the Wisconsin Badgers on Tuesday, Iowa’s Caitlin Clark climbed to fourth place on the NCAA Division I women’s basketball all-time scoring list.

The current unanimous national player of the year surpassed WNBA star Brittney Griner, who had 3,283 points at Baylor University from 2009 to 2013.

Clark now has 3,306 career points, according to Bleacher Report, and also added seven rebounds, five assists, four steals, six three-pointers and 10 free throws in her stellar performance. She is proving to be one of the greatest college players of all time.

** Credits & sources go to CNN, ESPN, and Bleacher Report **




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Caitlin Clark is a great role model for the younger kids. My 10 yr old loves her. 


Caitlin Clark: The New Queen of College Basketball

Caitlin Clark, a senior guard at Iowa, has become the all-time leading scorer in NCAA women’s basketball, breaking the record of Kelsey Plum with 49 points in a win over Michigan. She also set the Iowa single-game scoring record, and led her team to the second seed in the Big Ten tournament. Clark has had an amazing career at Iowa, averaging 25.4 points, 6.8 assists, and 4.7 rebounds per game, and earning three All-American honors. She is not done yet, as she aims to win more awards and championships in the postseason. Clark is one of the best players ever, and she has inspired many with her skill and passion. She is Caitlin Clark, and she is unstoppable.