Caitlin Clark breaks Steph Currys NCAA record for 3-pointers in a season

Caitlin Clark breaks Steph Currys NCAA record for 3-pointers in a season

Caitlin Clark Makes NCAA Division I History with Record-Breaking Performance

In a historic display of skill and determination, Caitlin Clark of the Iowa women’s basketball team shattered the NCAA Division I record for most three-pointers in a season by a man or woman. Clark’s exceptional performance came during Iowa’s dominating 95-62 victory over Penn State in the Big Ten Tournament quarterfinals.

Despite missing her first 11 three-point attempts, Clark showcased her tenacity and talent by connecting on her 163rd three-pointer of the season in the fourth quarter. This record-breaking achievement surpassed the previous records held by renowned players Steph Curry and Darius McGhee.

Clark’s remarkable game didn’t stop there, as she also contributed 24 points, 10 rebounds, and seven assists to lead the Hawkeyes to victory. Sydney Affolter had a standout game as well, scoring a career-high 18 points, with Gabbie Marshall adding 15 points to the scoreboard for Iowa.

On the opposing side, Leilani Kapinus led Penn State with 19 points, followed closely by Ashley Owusu with 18 points. However, their efforts were not enough to contend with the powerhouse performance of Clark and the Hawkeyes.

With this impressive win, Iowa has secured a spot in the semifinals of the Big Ten Tournament, where they will face off against either Indiana or Michigan. The second-seeded Hawkeyes are poised to continue their exceptional season, fueled by the record-breaking talent of Caitlin Clark. Stay tuned to Insider Wales Sport for more updates on this thrilling journey through NCAA women’s basketball history.

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