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Caitlin Clark, Iowa’s No. 22, scored 32 points in a thrilling 64-54 win over West Virginia on Monday night in Iowa City. This victory was not only a significant one for the Hawkeyes but also for Clark as it marked her final collegiate home game. The talented player broke yet another scoring record in the process.

Clark’s impressive performance set a new record for the most points scored in a single season in NCAA Division I women’s basketball with a total of 1,113 points. She is already the NCAA Division I all-time leading scorer and her latest achievement was a significant milestone for her career.

Despite facing a strong challenge from West Virginia, Iowa was able to close the game with a 12-2 run after West Virginia tied the game in the fourth quarter with a 10-0 run of their own. The victory was a testament to the team’s unity and determination and set them up for their next match against No. 5 Colorado in Albany, New York.

After the game, Caitlin Clark expressed her gratitude and pride for her team and her collegiate career. She thanked her team and fans for their support and acknowledged that there were highs and lows during her time at Iowa. Clark’s leadership and performance have been instrumental in the team’s success, and she looks forward to continuing her journey in the tournament.

Iowa City – The Hawkeyes led by Caitlin Clark secured their spot in Sweet 16 of NCAA Women’s Basketball Tournament with a thrilling 64-54 win over West Virginia on Monday night.

Caitlin Clark is known as one of the best players of all time in NCAA Division I women’s basketball, already holding many records under his belt including being the NCAA Division I all-time leading scorer.

In this game, Clark scored an impressive 32 points which brought his career total to an astonishing 3,830 points.

The Hawkeyes faced tough challenges throughout but ultimately emerged victorious thanks to Clark’s outstanding performance which set a new record for most points scored in single season NCAA Division I women’s basketball with a total of 1,113 points.

West Virginia made an amazing comeback after tying things up with an impressive run of their own but Iowa closed out strong with an incredible finish that left everyone stunned.

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