#Vote Clark

“I have the fortune to work the WNBA Draft, and usually when you’re going into a draft you’re looking at comps for a player. In a couple years when Caitlin comes out, I don’t know that there will be a comp just because we haven’t seen someone do what she’s doing. We’ve never had a women’s player lead the nation in scoring and assists, so she’s clearly doing something that has never been done.”

-Rebecca Lobo, Hawk Off the Press Podcast, 2/16/22

26.9 ppg

#1 - NCAA

8.2 apg

#1 - NCAA

5 triple-doubles

#1 - NCAA

“Iowa’s Caitlin Clark is the most exciting player to watch in college hoops, male or female. She is a straight up baller!”

-Jay Bilas, 2/7/22

673 points

#1 - NCAA


30 pt games - NCAA Leader


B1G Player of the Week Honors

“When Caitlin’s light shines, it shines on all of us, even if we have a supporting role. Even if we’re holding the camera. it’s shining on everybody. That’s good for our program. That’s good for the university. It’s certainly good for all of us involved.”

-Lisa Bluder, 1/27/22

“People are taking notice… she’s becoming, if she isn’t already, a household name for women’s basketball fans in this country.”

-Rebecca Lobo, Hawk Off the Press Podcast, 2/16/22


  • 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 the likes of 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 players to record back-to-back 30-point triple doubles since 2000.
  • Has six career triple-doubles, tying 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.
  • One-of-10 women’s basketball players (15 times) to register back-to-back triple doubles in their careers — the only to do so with 30-plus points in the pair after registering 31 points, 10 rebounds and 10 assists against Nebraska (Jan. 16) and 35 points, 13 rebounds and 11 assists at Minnesota (Jan. 20).
  • 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).
  • Became 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 to tally 1,000 games in 40 games or less.
  •   Holds three women’s basketball arena records — Iowa’s Carver-Hawkeye Arena (44), Nebraska’s Pinnacle Bank Arena (39) and Michigan’s Crisler Center (46).
  •  Leads the country in total assists (185), total points (626), assists per game (8.0), points per game (27.2) and triple doubles (5), while ranking second in free throws made (145), fourth in field goals made (210), 20th in double doubles (20), 21st in defensive rebounds per game (7.6), 22nd in free-throw percentage (.879) and 25th in 3-pointers per game (2.65).
  • Has tallied eight 30-plus point games this season, tying with Kansas State’s Ayoka Lee and Villanova’s Maddy Siegrist to lead the country.