Caitlin Clark career stats: Breaking down the Iowa superstar’s record-breaking NCAA run by the numbers

You know her, you love her, but her college career is almost done. Caitlin Clark will play her final game as a Hawkeye in Sunday’s NCAA Tournament final.

Whether or not Iowa wins the national title, the Iowa superstar’s career has been one for the record books.

Clark’s name isn’t just household, it’s worldwide. And it’s not going anywhere. She now heads to the WNBA Draft, where she’s a lock be the No. 1 overall pick for the Indiana Fever. Until then, take a look back at her Iowa career by the numbers.

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Caitlin Clark career stats

Clark’s spot among the greatest women’s college basketball players is up for debate, with Breanna Stewart and Dawn Staley among those who believe she needs a championship to achieve that title. On the other hand, Clark’s individual performance should put her in that conversation, if not at the top.

So far this season, she has scored 1,204 points and recorded 341 assists. Both rank first in the NCAA, and the scoring mark ranks first in women’s Division I history. Clark also became the all-time career scoring leader (men’s or women’s) during Iowa’s final regular-season game. She has 3,921 points in her career heading into Sunday’s championship game against South Carolina.

Given that Clark is known for her logo 3, it should come as little surprise that the Hawkeye owns both the women’s career Division I 3-point record (543) and the overall single-season Division I 3-point record (196). Clark owns a plethora of other NCAA Tournament, Big Ten and Iowa records.

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Clark’s improvement throughout her Iowa career is noticeable through her statistics. As the weight on her shoulder grew, she lived up to the challenge. As a result, she earned back-to-back Naismith Player of the Year awards in her junior and senior years, becoming just the eight player to do so.

Here’s a closer breakdown of Clark’s stats by season and career.

  Games played Points (per game) Assists (per game) Rebounds (per game) 3P%
2020-21 30 799 (26.6) 214 (7.1) 177 (5.9) 40.6%
2021-22 32 863 (27.0) 257 (8.0) 256 (8.0) 33.2%
2022-23 38 1,055 (27.8) 327 (8.6) 260 (7.1) 38.9%
2023-24 388 1,204 (31.7) 341 (9.0) 279 (7.3) 37.8%
Career 137 3,921 (28.4) 1,139 (8.3) 982 (7.1) 37.7%

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