Caitlin Clark Makes History

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Iowa guard Caitlin Clark made history during their win against Louisville. The Hawkeyes defeated the No 5 seed Louisville Cardinals in a 97- 83 victory in the Elite 8. All eyes were on Clark and her admirable play.
Caitlin Clark finished the game with impressive stats to assist her team’s win. Clark had 41 points, 12 assists, and ten rebounds. She secured the first 40-plus point triple-double in NCAA Tournament history.

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Head Coach Lisa Bluder commented on the achievement by Clark in a post-game interview, describing her as spectacular. “I don’t know how else to describe what she does on the basketball court,” she said. “A 40-point triple-double against Louisville to go to the Final Four? Are you kidding?”

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She’s a transcendent talent, a player of the year candidate who elevates everyone around her and loves the big stage. Sunday, when Iowa built as much as a 22-point lead she played to the crowd, motioning to fans to cheer louder, cupping her ear to see if they complied.

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Indeed, she is powerful. Even more so than she knows — because she’s coming along at the perfect time. The Iowa Hawkeyes are headed to Dallas to compete in the Final Four. The Hawkeyes will face the winner of Monday night’s matchup between South Carolina and Maryland on Friday to determine who will head to the championship.

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