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On Her Turf

Here’s what to expect as the Big Ten Women’s Basketball Tournament kicks off and teams fight for NCAA seeding.
Holly Rowe joins Dan Patrick to discuss the incomparable effect Caitlin Clark has had on women’s basketball as she approaches the record for most points in college basketball history.
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.

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Provide all the context you want, but nothing can disqualify what Caitlin Clark did to pass Pete Maravich as NCAA basketball’s all-time scoring leader.
On a day in which Caitlin Clark passed Pete Maravich to become the NCAA’s all-time leading scorer, Iowa took down Ohio State to end its regular season in style.
Check out all the best moments from Caitlin Clark as she dropped 35 on Ohio State and passed Pete Maravich to become the NCAA’s all-time scoring leader in Iowa’s regular season finale.
Caitlin Clark scored 35 points in her final regular-season home game, becoming the NCAA’s all-time scoring leader in No. 6 Iowa’s 93-83 win over No. 2 Ohio State on Sunday.

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It’s been a historic season for Clark, who has broken the NCAA’s all-time scoring record.
Iowa star Caitlin Clark hits two free throws against Ohio State to take over the top spot on the NCAA’s all-time scoring list, men’s or women’s basketball, from LSU legend Pete Maravich.
Iowa superstar Clark now stands alone atop the NCAA DI scoring list for both men and women.
It’s the regular season finale for the Terps and Hoosiers, streaming exclusively on Peacock.
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Caitlin Clark went off for 33 points and passed Lynette Woodard for the top spot on the women’s major college career scoring list against Minnesota.