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Caitlin Clark Passes Pete Maravich To Become The All-Time Scoring Leader In College Basketball History

Caitlin Clark is college basketball royalty!

of Iowa Hawkeyes superstar guard He passed the legendary Pete Maravich as the all-time scoring record for both men's and women's college basketball. This new record came after Clark started the game against the Ohio State Buckeyes with a rain of 3-pointers.

Clark set the record when he stood at the free-throw line just before the end of the second quarter, and the Hawkeye superstar made both shots with ease and etched his name in history.

Clark is playing the final regular season college basketball game of his career. 18 points To break Maravich's record. For the past 50 years, this record has been widely considered unbreakable, but Clark managed to break it this season by averaging a career-high 32.2 points per game.

On February 28, Clark set the NCAA women's scoring record with a triple-double, passing Lynette Woodard.


Tired of the Caitlin Clark hype?

I know that's not the case. Frankly, I can't help but be fascinated by this whole journey. As Clark continues to break her records and earn a spot in the WNBA, she will have a chance to win a national title along the way. This is a really great story overall.

I mean, it's a little unfair to compare women's basketball to men's basketball, but what Clark accomplished is still impressive. (RELATED: Western Michigan vs. Ball State game has to have one of the craziest endings in college basketball history)

It will be very interesting to see how this plays out in the conference tournaments, March Madness, and ultimately the WNBA.

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