Iowa fans proudly react to Caitlin Clark becoming the all-time scorer

Sports fans everywhere react to Caitlin Clark breaking the all-time scoring record for women's college basketball.

Feb 15, 2024; Iowa City, Iowa, USA; Iowa Hawkeyes fans gather to watch guard Caitlin Clark (22) warmup before what would be a historic night.
Feb 15, 2024; Iowa City, Iowa, USA; Iowa Hawkeyes fans gather to watch guard Caitlin Clark (22) warmup before what would be a historic night. / Jeffrey Becker-USA TODAY Sports
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Caitlin Clark has done it, she is the official owner of the all-time scoring record in NCAA women's basketball, and she did it in the best way possible.

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Clark scored just seconds in the game to come within six points of the record. Then on the following possession drained a three-pointer to come within three points of the record. Finally, after a few possessions back and forth, Clark brought the ball just across half-court and pulled up and sunk close to a 40-foot shot to claim the record.

Of course in Caitlin Clark fashion, however, when asked about the record after the first half, Clark talked about what the record meant to her but ultimately was focused on the game and how they needed to play better defense. Clark thanked her family, coaches, and teammates saying this record would not have been possible without them.

Iowa Hawkeyes fans and simply sports fans, in general, have taken to X to congratulate Clark and react to this historic moment.

Women's tennis legend and women's sports icon Billie Jean King even spoke about Clark's historic night.

Iowa Senator Chuck Grassley tweeted out his congratulations to the Iowa native.

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