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Position(s): G
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Year signed with Iowa: 2020

HIGH SCHOOL: Caitlin Clark attended Dowling Catholic High School and lived in or near West Des Moines, Iowa. She lettered four years of varsity basketball, averaging 15.3 points, 4.7 assists and 2.3 steals per game as a freshman, earning All-State third-team. As a sophomore, she averaged 27.1 points, 6.5 rebounds, 4 assists and 2.3 steals per game, ranking second in the state in scoring, and earned first-team Class 5A All-State and Central Iowa Metro League Player of the Year. As a junior, she scored 60 points in a game, which was the second-highest single-game point total in Iowa five-on-five girls' basketball history. She also set the state single-game record with 13 three-pointers. She set the Class 5A state tournament single-game scoring record with 42 points in a triple-overtime win in the state quarterfinals. She led the state in scoring and averaged 32.6 points, 6.8 rebounds, 3.6 assists and 2.3 steals per game. She was named Iowa Gatorade Player of the Year and repeated as a Class 5A All-State first-team selection. As a senior, she averaged 33.4 points, eight rebounds, four assists and 2.7 steals per game, leading the state in scoring for a second time. She finished her career with the fourth-most points (2,547) and the sixth-most three-pointers (283) in Iowa five-on-five history. She was awarded Iowa Gatorade Player of the Year, Des Moines Register All-Iowa Athlete of the Year, and Iowa Miss Basketball, while making the IPSWA Class 5A All-State first-team. She was selected to compete in the McDonald's All-American Game and the Jordan Brand Classic, but both were canceled due to the pandemic.

She was also a starter on the school's varsity soccer team and scored 23 goals and was named to the Class 3A All-Iowa team. She decided to focus on basketball for her final two years of high school.

She was ranked the number one player in the 2020 high school class by ESPN. She originally announced she would play for Notre Dame, but later switched to Iowa.

COLLEGE: As a true freshman in the 2020-2021 season, she became the starting point guard and scored 27 points and 8 rebounds against UNI. Against Western Illinois, she registered the first triple-double by an Iowa player since Samantha Logic (2015), with 13 points, 13 rebounds and 10 assists. She set a career high and single-game scoring record of 39 points at Pinnacle Bank Arena (Nebraska home arena). She was a 13-time Big Ten Freshman of the Week, setting a conference record, and led the Big Ten with five Player of the Week awards. She helped lead Iowa to runner-up in the Big Ten tournament, and she was named to the all-tournament team and recorded 37 assists, the most in the event's history. In the NCAA Tournament, she broke Iowa's single-game records for points and three-pointers (6), and helped lead them to the Sweet Sixteen, where she scored 21 points in a 92-72 loss to #1 seed UConn. She averaged 26.6 points, 7.1 assists, and 5.9 rebounds per game as a freshman, leading the NCAA Division I in scoring and ranked second in assists and three-pointers per game. She also set program freshman records for points and assists and had the fourth-highest scoring average in Iowa history.

in the 2021-2022 season, she broke the Carver–Hawkeye Arena women's single-game scoring record and surpassed Kelsey Mitchell of Ohio State as the fastest Big Ten player to reach 1,000 career points. She became the first women's player in Big Ten history with consecutive triple-doubles. On January 25 against Penn State, she had 18 assists, which set a new school record and tied the conference single-game records. She scored a season-high 46 points, including 25 in the fourth quarter, and had 10 assists in a 98–90 loss to Michigan, which set the women's single-game scoring record for Michigan's Crisler Center. She helped Iowa to a share of the Big Ten regular season title for the first time since 2008. In the semifinals of the Big Ten tournament, she recorded 41 points and nine rebounds in an 83–66 win over Nebraska, and led the Hawks to the Big Ten Tournament title, earning the tournament's most outstanding player (MOP). The Hawks were upset by 10th-seeded Creighton in the second round of the NCAA tournament, where she was held to a season-low 15 points on 4-of-19 shooting from the field, but still had 11 assists. As a sophomore, she averaged 27 points, eight rebounds and eight assists per game. She was the first women's player to lead Division I in points and assists per game in a single season, and also led Division I in total points, free throws and triple-doubles.

in the 2022-2023 season, she surpassed Iowa's Samantha Logic as the Big Ten career leader in triple-doubles. In her 75th game, she tied Elena Delle Donne of Delaware as the fastest Division I women's player to reach 2,000 career points since the 1999–2000 season. On January 23, 2023, she recorded 28 points, 15 assists and 10 rebounds in an 83–72 upset win over AP No. 2 Ohio State, who were previously unbeaten. On February 26, she recorded 34 points, nine rebounds and nine assists, making a game-winning three-pointer at the buzzer, in an 86–85 win against AP No. 2 Indiana. She led Iowa to its second consecutive Big Ten tournament championship, where she earned MOP honors. In the title game, she recorded 30 points, 17 assists and 10 rebounds in a 105–72 win over Ohio State, the first triple-double in the final of the tournament. In the Elite Eight of the NCAA tournament, she recorded 41 points, 12 assists and 10 rebounds in a 97–83 win over Louisville. She became the first player in men's or women's tournament history to record a 30 or 40-point triple-double. She helped Iowa reach its first Final Four since 1993. In the Final Four, she posted 41 points, eight assists, and six rebounds in a 77–73 upset win over #1 overall seed, undefeated, defending champion South Carolina, ending their 42-game winning streak. She became the first player in tournament history with consecutive 40-point games, and she surpassed the program and Big Ten single-season scoring records held by Megan Gustafson. The victory helped Iowa advance to their first women's basketball championship game in program history, where they fell short against LSU, despite her 30 points and eight assists. Her 8 three-pointers were the most in title game history. With 191 points in the tournament, she broke the men's and women's scoring records for a single NCAA tournament. Her 60 assists were the most by a player in women's tournament history. She averaged 27.8 points, 8.6 assists and 7.1 rebounds per game that season, leading Division I in assists and ranking second in scoring. She set Big Ten single-season records in points, assists, three-pointers and free throws, and tied her own conference record with five triple-doubles.

Entering her senior season in 2023-2024, there was uncertainty if the Hawks could repeat their success after losing one of their top players and not adding any additional players in the transfer portal. On October 15, 2023, she played in Crossover at Kinnick, a preseason exhibition game against DePaul at Kinnick Stadium, and had a triple-double of 34 points, 11 rebounds and 10 assists in a 94–72 win, which drew an attendance of 55,646 fans, which set the women's basketball record. She later posted 44 points, eight rebounds and six assists in an 80–76 win over AP No. 8 Virginia Tech. She became Iowa's all-time leading scorer, passing Megan Gustafson, and became only the second player in Division I history with a triple-double in four different seasons. She passed Kelsey Plum for the most 30-point games in women's Division I history. She become the Big Ten's all-time leader in assists. On January 2, 2024, she scored 40 points and made a long, game-winning three-pointer as time expired in a 76–73 win over Michigan State. On January 8, she was named Big Ten Player of the Week for the 24th time in her career, breaking the conference record held by Iowa's Megan Gustafson. She broke the Big Ten all-time scoring record held by Kelsey Mitchell of Ohio State. She became the sixth Division I women's player with 1,000 career assists.

She became the NCAA Division I women's career scoring leader, surpassing Kelsey Plum and scored a career-high 49 points, 13 assists and five rebounds. It was also a Carver-Hawkeye Arena and team scoring record. She passed Lynette Woodard, who played for Kansas in the era when the AIAW governed women's college sports, to become the all-time leader in points among major women's college players. She also set the Big Ten career record for three-pointers, surpassing Kelsey Mitchell, and the NCAA single-season record in the same category, previously held by Taylor Pierce of Idaho. She later became the NCAA Division I all-time leading scorer among men's or women's players, eclipsing Pete Maravich, who had set the men's scoring record in three seasons with LSU. She scored 35 points, nine assists and six rebounds in a 93–83 win over AP No. 2 Ohio State to end the season, but the Hawks fell short of the league title. She surpassed Stephen Curry of Davidson and Darius McGhee of Liberty for the most three-pointers in a single season by any Division I player regardless of gender. She led Iowa to its third straight Big Ten tournament title and was named MOP after recording 34 points, 12 assists and seven rebounds in a 94–89 overtime win over Nebraska in the final. In the second round of the NCAA tournament, she scored 32 points and surpassed Kelsey Plum for the most points in a single season in Division I women's history. In the Elite Eight, she got revenge against LSU, scoring 41 points, 12 assists and seven rebounds in a 94–87 victory, leading the Hawkeyes to their second straight Final Four appearance and a school-record 33 wins. She become the all-time Division I leader in three-pointers. After struggling in the first half against UConn, she rallied the team to a 71-69 victory to take Iowa to their second straight national championship game to face #1 South Carolina.

Throughout the season, she drew national attention and drove up attendance figures everywhere Iowa played. They sold out every game except 2 games (an early tournament in Florida), and broke numerous attendance records at home and on the road.

For college awards, she was named the AP Player of the Year (2023, 2024), the Honda Sports Award (2023, 2024), the John R. Wooden Award (2023, 2024), the Naismith College Player of the Year (2023, 2024), the USBWA National Player of the Year (2023, 2024), the Wade Trophy (2023, 2024) and the James E. Sullivan Award (2023 and 2024). She was named Unanimous first-team All-American (2022–2024), 4× First-team All-American by USBWA (2021–2024), 3× First-team All-American by AP (2022–2024) and one Second-team All-American in 2021. She was named WBCA Coaches' All-American for four years (2021–2024). She received the Dawn Staley Award 3x (2021–2023, but not in 2024), she was a 3× Nancy Lieberman Award winner (2022-2024). She was named the USBWA National Co-Freshman of the Year (2021) and WBCA Co-Freshman of the Year (2021). She earned 3× Big Ten Player of the Year (2022–2024) and 4× First-team All-Big Ten (2021–2024) along with the Big Ten Freshman of the Year (2021). She was a 3× Big Ten tournament Most Outstanding Player (2022–2024). She was the NCAA season scoring leader (2021, 2022, 2024), and was the NCAA season assists leader (2022–2024). She earned Division I Academic All-American of the Year (2023). She won the Best Female College Athlete ESPY Award in 2023. She was named the Big Ten Female Athlete of the Year, and the AP called her junior season one of the greatest seasons by a player in NCAA history. She also shared the Sporting News Athlete of the Year award with Angel Reese for 2023.

Her #22 jersey was retired at the end of the 2023-24 season at a celebration honoring the Final Four team.

PROFESSIONAL: She announced in early 2024 that she will enter the WNBA Draft and forego her extra COVID season. She was the #1 overall pick in the 1st Round, selected by the Indiana Fever.

OTHER: Going into her senior season, she started dating Connor McCaffery.

Born 1/22/2002 and is 22 years old.

All Conference: 1st Team (2021-2024), Freshman (2021) Player of the Year: Big Ten Player of the Year (2022, 23, 24), Naismith Player of the Year (2023, 24), Wooden Award (2023, 24), Freshman of the Year (2021) All American: 1st Team (2021-2024), Big Ten Player of the Year (2022-2024), Freshman of the Year (2021) Drafted Round 1 by Indiana Fever in 2024 



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