- Naismith Women’s College Player of the Year
- Wooden Award National Player of the Year
- Associated Press Women’s College Basketball Player of the Year
- 2023 Wade Trophy Recipient
- 2023 Ann Meyers Drysdale Award/United States Basketball Writers Association (USBWA) National Player of the Year
- Nancy Lieberman Point Guard of the Year
- Collegiate Woman Athlete of the Year as by THE Collegiate Women Sports Awards (CWSA)
- Honda Cup, Women’s Basketball Player of the Year
- Big Ten Female Athlete of the Year
- ESPYS Best College Athlete, Women’s Sports
- First Team All-American by the United States Basketball Writers Association
- Unanimous First Team All-American by the Associated Press
- 2022-23 Academic All-America® of the Year
- The Athletic National Player of the Year
- 2022-23 Big Ten Player of the Year
- Unanimous First Team All-Big Ten
- Big Ten All-Tournament MVP and Team Member
- College Sports Communicators Academic All-District Honoree
- ESPN’s Midseason Player of the Year
- Nancy Lieberman’s Midseason Top 10
- 2022-23 Preseason First Team All-Big Ten
- Named to the 2022-23 Preseason Wooden Award Watch List
- Named a Wooden Award Finalist
- Named a WBCA Region 4 Finalist
- Named to the Dawn Staley Award Late Season Watch List
"IF YOU WANT TO WATCH THE BEST SHOOTER IN COLLEGE BASKETBALL, MEN OR WOMEN, IT'S CAITLIN... THERE'S NOBODY LIKE HER."DAN PATRICK ON 'THE DAN PATRICK SHOW' (2/3/2023)
- In Clark’s 100th game, she netted the most points by a Division I men’s or women’s basketball player in that time span. Since the 1999-2000 season, only four players have scored 2,500 points. (Elena Delle Donne, Keydren Clark, Steph Curry)
- Clark had 191 points and 60 assists in the 2023 NCAA Tournament.
- Was the first player in NCAA Tournament history with back-to-back 40-point games. It’s only happened once in the history of the men’s tournament: Austin Carr had three straight in 1970.
- Against South Carolina, her 41 points are the most by any player against an undefeated team in NCAA Tournament history — men’s or women’s.
- Was the second player to score 40 points or more in an NCAA Women’s Final Four game (either National Semis or National Championship Game), joining Sheryl Swoopes (47 for Texas Tech in 1993 National Championship Game vs Ohio State)
- Clark broke the NCAA Tournament title record for most made 3-point field goals. (8)
- She became the first player in Division I women’s basketball history to record more than 1,000 points and 300 assists in the same season. Clark has 161 points and 52 assists in this NCAA Tournament. Since 2000, it’s one of six instances of a player having 150 points and 50 assists in ANY 5-game span. All six of those belong to Clark.
- Eclipsed 2,000 career points in her 75th career game, which ties her for the fastest NCAA Division I women’s basketball player to do so. (Elena Delle Donne). She is the fourth Hawkeye women’s basketball player to score 2,000 points and is the seventh Iowa men’s or women’s basketball player to score 2,000 points. She eclipsed 2,500 career points at the University of Iowa, only the second player in school history to do so.
- Has a streak of scoring in double figures an astounding 90 games, which is a NCAA Division I best.
- 43 career double-doubles
- Clark also broke the Big Ten single season record for most points (1055).
- Earned B1G Player of the week on Feb. 27, Feb. 6, Jan. 17, Dec. 5, Dec. 12, and earned Co-B1G Player of the Week on Jan. 30 to mark her 18th weekly award, which is the third-most in B1G history. She has garnered weekly honors six times this season which is a conference-best.
- Clark is the second player in Big Ten women’s basketball history to have registered more than 2,000 points, 550 assists, 520 rebounds, 110 steals, and 40 blocks in a career.
- 11 career triple-doubles, setting a new Big Ten record for most triple-doubles in a career and ties for second-best in NCAA women’s basketball history. Clark is the first player in NCAA Tournament history to record a 40-point triple-double.
- Leads the country in games with 25+ points, 5+ rebounds, and 5+ assists. She has done that 19 times this year, which is an NCAA Best. She surpassed Sabrina Ionescu for most career games scoring 20+ points, 5 rebounds, and 5 assists.
- Has scored 20 or more points in 32 games this season.
- Broke Bramlage Coliseum record by an opponent for most free throw attempts made with 13 against Kansas State.
- Clark has scored 30+ points 14 times this season, 36 times in her career, and 17 times in her career she has netted 30 or more points versus a ranked opponent.
- Clark is the only player in the nation with more than 1,000 points, 240 rebounds, 310 assists, and 45 steals this season.
- Registered a new season-high season-high 45 points, six boards, and four assists to set a new Carver-Hawkeye Arena record for points in a game, breaking the previous record of 43 set by herself last season. She has scored 40 or more points eight times in her career and four this season. Clark’s 41-point performance against Louisville on March 26 ties for the third most in NCAA Tournament Regional Final history. Clark has registered back-to-back 40-point performances. Clark is the second player to score 40 points or more in an NCAA Women’s Final Four game. (National or Semis)
- Ranks second all-time with 798 career assists, and is the 10th Big Ten women’s basketball player to do so. Clark broke the junior season record for most assists in a single season (327) and broke the Big Ten conference record for most assists previously held by Ohio State’s Samantha Prahalis (289 in 2009-10).
- Clark is the only player since 2000 with 30 points per game, 10 assists per game, and 50% field goal percentage over a five-game span.
- Ranks 15th all-time in career rebounds with 703.
- Clark netted a 3-point basket in 57 straight games. She hit at least one 3-pointer in 98 career games.
- She broke the junior single-season record at Iowa for most 3-pointers made (140).
- Set a Big Ten Tournament career record with 86 career assists in her 11 tournament games to date (2021-23).
- Set a Big Ten Tournament championship game record with 17 assists and tied the record with five made three-pointers. The 17 assists were also the second-most in a Big Ten Tournament game.
- Clark’s triple-double against Ohio State in the Big Ten Tournament is the third in Big Ten Tournament history and first in the championship game.
“IT’S BEEN AMAZING HOW MUCH SHE IS GROWING THIS GAME. … SHE’S THE FACE OF WOMEN’S BASKETBALL ACROSS THE UNITED STATES.”Lisa Bluder, P. Sue Beckwith, MD, Head Iowa Women’s Basketball Coach at the Big Ten Championship post-game press conference (3/5/2023)
- Started all 32 games for the Hawkeyes
- Named Big Ten Player of the Year and earned unanimous first team All-Big Ten honors,
- Earned Big Ten Tournament MVP and was named to the Big Ten All-Tournament Team
- Named the Nancy Lieberman Point Guard of the Year and was the Dawn Staley Guard of the Year Award recipient – the first student-athlete to win the Dawn Staley Award in consecutive seasons
- Named a finalist for the Naismith Award, WBCA Wade Trophy, John R. Wooden Award and Honda Sport Award
- Earned Wooden Award All-America, first team AP All-America, USBWA All-America, WBCA All-America and All-Region accolades
- Named first team CoSIDA Academic All-America
- Named National Player of the Week four times – Naismith (Jan. 25), ESPN (Feb. 7) twice by USBWA (Jan. 18, March 1)
- Finished the season leading the country in assists per game (8.0), points per game (27.0), final points (863), free throws made (200), triple-doubles (5) and 30-point games (11) and ranked second in total assists (257), third in field goals made (286), fourth in free-throw attempts (227), 12th in 3-pointers made (91), 14th in 3-pointers per game (2.84), 18th in double-doubles (17) and free-throw percentage (88.1) and 19th in defensive rebounds per game (7.6)
- The first Division I player to lead the country in points per game (27.0) and assists per game (8.0) in the same season.
- In January, averaged 30.4 points, 7.7 rebounds and 9.1 assists per game in January, playing 40-minute games. No NBA player (playing 48-minute games) has matched or exceeded all of those averages in the month of January since Michael Jordan in 1989 (33.7/8.4/9.1).
- Joined Kobe Bryant, LeBron James, Russell Westbrook, James Hardin, Luka Dončić and Giannis Antetokounmpo as the only NBA, WNBA, Division I men’s and women’s basketball to record back-to-back 30-point triple doubles since 2000. One-of-10 women’s basketball players (15 times) to register back-to-back triple doubles in their careers.
- Recorded six career triple-doubles to tie former Hawkeye Sam Logic’s Big Ten record (2011-15) for most in their career and ties fifth most single season (5) and career (6) triple-doubles in NCAA Division I history.
- Finished Iowa’s win over No. 10/6 Indiana (Feb. 21) with 29 points, eight rebounds, and eight assists, and recorded 15+ points and 5+ assists in 19 straight games, tying the second-longest streak of any Division I player with Ja Marant (19) and behind Trae Young (22).
- Fastest Division I player (men’s or women’s) to reach 1,500 career points over the last 20 seasons after becoming the fastest Big Ten women’s basketball athlete and the eighth fastest NCAA athlete to the 1,000-point mile marker (40 games becoming the second NCAA athlete in the last 25 years, tallying 1,000 games in 40 games or less.
- Broke Iowa’s single-game assist record (18) against Penn State (Jan. 25) and tied the Big Ten Record for most assists against a Big Ten opponent (regular or postseason).
- Holds three women’s basketball arena points records — Iowa’s Carver-Hawkeye Arena (44), Nebraska’s Pinnacle Bank Arena (39) and Michigan’s Crisler Center (46).
- Earned Academic All-Big Ten honors
- Named to Iowa’s Dean’s List
- Started all 30 games as a freshman
- Won third gold medal with USA Basketball at the 2021 FIBA U19 World Cup and was named tournament MVP
- Named The Athletic, WBCA, and USBWA Tamika Catchings Co-Freshman of the Year
- Earned first team All-America honors from The Athletic, WBCA, and USBWA, and earned second-team honors from Associated Press
- Named Big Ten Freshman of the Year and earned unanimous Big Ten All-Freshman Team, and unanimous first team All-Big Ten honors
- Named to the WBCA All-Region Team
- Tallied 20 Big Ten Weekly honors, including a Big Ten-best 12 freshman honors, a Big Ten record five Big Ten Player of the Week honors as a freshman, and three Player of the Week Honor Roll nods. Minnesota’s Amanda Zahui B. previously held the record for most Player of the Week nods by a freshman. Clark’s five Big Ten Player of the Week honors as a freshman believed to be an NCAA record.
- ESPN National Player of the Week on Dec. 14 — the first Big Ten freshman to earn the honor
- Dawn Staley Award winner
- Four-time USBWA Tamika Catchings National Freshman of the Week honoree
- Four-time NCAA Starting Five selection
- Selected to the Big Ten All-Tournament team
- Led the nation in assists (214), field goals made (266), final points (799), points per game (26.6), 3-pointers attempted (286), and 3-pointers made (116)
- Finished in second in the nation in assists per game (7.1), 3-pointers per game (3.87), and field goal attempts (564)
- Ranked seventh nationally in free throws made (151), 13th in free throw attempts (176), and 32nd in free throw percentage (86.8)
- Recorded nine double-doubles and one triple double on the season
Caitlin is a premier guard that has an incredible offensive skill set. She has the ability to score at will, while also being an uncanny passer in feeding her teammates the ball. She is an exciting playmaker in all realms.Lisa Bluder, P. Sue Beckwith, MD, Head Iowa Women’s Basketball Coach
- Five-star recruit, ranking fourth overall and second at guard by ESPN
- Two-time gold medalist as a member of Team USA after winning the 2017 U16 FIBA Americas Tournament and 2019 U19 FIBA World Cup Tournament
- Played at Dowling Catholic led by head coach Kristin Meyer.
- Two-time MaxPreps high school All-America, Naismith All-America, and USA Today All-USA honoree
- Named Gatorade Iowa Girls’ Basketball Player of the Year after junior season
- Three-time Iowa Girls Coaches Association All-State and Des Moines Register All-State selection, as well as two-time Iowa Basketball Coaches Association All-State and Iowa Print Writers Association All-State selection
- Selected to the 2019 IGHSAU State Tournament team
- Three-time Iowa Basketball Coaches Association all-region selection and Iowa Girls Coaches Association all-district selection
- Three-time all-conference selection, unanimous as a junior, and conference Player of the Year as a sophomore
- Holds two state records, including the 5A record for most points in a game (60) and most 3-pointers made in a game (13)
- Tops the 5A State Tournament Record Book for points scored (42) and 3-pointers made (7) in a tournament game.
- Averaged 32.5 points, seven rebounds, 3.5 assists, and 2.2 steals per game during junior season
- Averaged 27.1 points, 6.5 rebounds, 4.0 assists, and 2.3 steals per game as a sophomore and 15.3 points, 3.3 rebounds, 4.7 assists, and 2.25 steals per game as a freshman
- As a member of All Iowa Attack, won the 2018 Nike GEYBL National Championship and was runner-up in 2017 and 2019 under head coach Dickson Jensen and assistant coaches Randy Mauro and Ken Johnson.
- Member of the National Honors Society and Presidential Honor Roll
- Daughter of Brent Clark and Anne Nizzi-Clark
- Clark has two brothers, Blake and Colin
- Eleven of Clark’s family members have played collegiate sports, including her dad, who played baseball and basketball at Simpson College, and her older brother Blake, who plays football at Iowa State.