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The Iowa superstar notched the record-setting point in the first quarter of Iowa’s matchup vs. Michigan.
It’s already been a historic season for Clark, who has broken the NCAA DI women’s all-time scoring record.
Caitlin Clark breaks the NCAA Division I women’s scoring record and scores 49 points to lead Iowa to an electric 106-89 victory over Michigan at Carver-Hawkeye Arena.
Caitlin Clark’s family, friends, Iowa Hawkeyes teammates and more congratulated her on her NCAA DI women’s basketball all-time scoring record in a video message at Carver-Hawkeye Arena.
As Caitlin Clark celebrates her NCAA DI women’s basketball scoring record with her teammates, head coach Lisa Bluder thanks Iowa’s and Clark’s fans -- before Clark says the team isn’t nearly done yet.
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 a new Iowa women’s single-game scoring record.
Iowa women’s basketball coach Lisa Bluder reflects on Caitlin Clark breaking the NCAA DI women’s scoring record, and praises Clark for uplifting the women’s game at Iowa and beyond.
Caitlin Clark expresses gratitude for the support from her teammates, coaches, family and fans after dropping 49 points while breaking the NCAA DI women’s basketball all-time scoring record.
Caitlin Clark wastes no time in finding the basket vs. Michigan, scoring a layup and two 3-pointers in just two minutes and 12 seconds to collect her record-breaking points early.