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When does Caitlin Clark play again: How to watch Iowa Hawkeyes in the 2024 Women’s March Madness tournament

Clark is ready to 'move on' from college hoops
Go B1G or Go Home reflects on the impact of Caitlin Clark's record-breaking day and examines how her superstardom will translate to the WNBA.

The 2024 Women’s March Madness tournament continues this week and all eyes are on Caitlin Clark and the No.1-seed Iowa Hawkeyes, who defeated LSU 94-87 on Monday night to advance to the team’s second straight Final Four. Iowa will take on the UConn Huskies tonight at 9:30 PM ET.

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The 22-year-old shooting guard has had a monumental season of milestones. In Iowa’s match up against Michigan on February 15, Clark broke the NCAA Division I women’s all-time scoring record of 3,527 points, passing Kelsey Plum. She scored a career-high 49 points in the win and set a new Iowa women’s single-game record. Just 13 days later, Clark broke Lynette Woodard‘s career point total of 3,649 points when the Hawkeyes defeated Minnesota on February 28th.

Then, in a storybook ending to Iowa’s regular season, Clark became the NCAA’s all-time leading scorer, breaking ‘Pistol’ Pete Maravich’s NCAA Division I record—a record that had stood for 54 years and spans both men’s and women’s basketball —on Iowa’s Senior Day victory on March 3 against Ohio State.

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Caitlin Clark’s name will forever be legendary not just at the University of Iowa but in all of college basketball. As she enters the last tournament of her collegiate career (she announced her decision to declare for the WNBA Draft in early March), the only thing missing from her resume is a national championship.

See below to find out how to watch Clark and the Iowa Hawkeyes play in the 2024 Women’s March Madness tournament.

When does Caitlin Clark play next?

Caitlin Clark and the No.1 Iowa Hawkeyes are headed to the Final Four after a 94-87 win over defending champion LSU. Clark dropped 41 points and 12 assists in Monday’s victory while making nine 3-pointers.

Iowa will face the No. 3 UConn Huskies tonight at 9:30 PM ET.

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How to watch Iowa vs UConn:

When: Tonight, Friday, April 5
Where: Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse in Cleveland, Ohio
Time: 9:30 PM ET
TV Channel: ESPN

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What records did Caitlin Clark break this season?

Below are just a few of Clark’s milestones this season. Click here for more.

  • In Iowa’s Feb. 11th game vs. Nebraska, Clark recorded her 1,000th career assist, becoming just the sixth player in NCAA women’s basketball to reach that mark.
  • In Iowa’s Feb. 15th game vs. Michigan, Clark broke the NCAA Division I women’s all-time scoring record, finishing the game with 3,569 career points.
  • In Iowa’s Feb. 28th matchup vs. Minnesota, Clark broke Lynette Woodard’s all-time women’s college basketball scoring record.
  • In the Hawkeyes’ regular season finale, on her Senior Day at Carver-Hawkeye Arena Clark scored 18 first-half points, closing with two technical foul free throws just before the buzzer to tie and then overtake Maravich for the No. 1 spot on the NCAA’s all-time scoring record.

Has Caitlin Clark ever won a national championship?

Despite the lengthy resume listed above, Clark has never won a national title in her time with the Iowa Hawkeyes. She and the team came incredibly close last season, but lost to the LSU Tigers in the championship game.

Relive Caitlin Clark’s Best Career Milestones:

Relive Caitlin Clark's best career milestones
Look back on some of Caitlin Clark's best and most historic moments while at Iowa, including her breaking the women's scoring record and the NCAA all-time record previously held by Pete Maravich.