Caitlin Clark Earns All-American Status

IOWA CITY, Iowa — University of Iowa senior guard, Caitlin Clark, earned First Team All-America Honors the United States Basketball Writers Association announced on Tuesday. Clark has earned First Team All-America honors in four consecutive seasons and is the first Iowa women’s basketball player to do so.

The USBWA board decided to honor six first-team players this season and five honorable mention players for a total of 21. The board selected the team based on voting from the entire USBWA membership based on regular-season performance.

Clark owns a career 3,700+ points and she recently became the first Division-I player to record 1,000+ points in back-to-back seasons. A native of West Des Moines, Iowa, Clark is once again a finalist for every major national player of the year award. Clark leads the nation in assists (8.9 assists per game) and in scoring (31.9 points per game) after becoming the first player to finish No. 1 in both categories in back-to-back seasons.

Clark was recently tabbed as the Big Ten Player of the Year and is the first player in program history to be named First Team All-Big Ten four times in four years of competition. She has also led the Hawkeyes to three straight Big Ten Championships for the first time in program history.

Caitlin Clark, Iowa
Paige Bueckers, UConn
JuJu Watkins, USC
Angel Reese, LSU
Kamilla Cardoso, S. Carolina
Cameron Brink, Stanford

Hannah Hidalgo, Notre Dame
Elizabeth Kitley, Virginia Tech
Mackenzie Holmes, Indiana
Te-Hina Paopao, S. Carolina
Aaliyah Edwards, UConn

Jacy Sheldon, Ohio State
Georgia Amoore, Virginia Tech
Dyaisha Fair, Syracuse
Alissa Pili, Utah
Madison Booker, Texas

Lauren Betts, UCLA
Aneesah Morrow, LSU
Rickea Jackson, Tennessee
Cotie McMahon, Ohio State
Raegan Beers, Oregon State