CEDAR FALLS — There's been no elaborate countdown, no months-long discussion about what this moment would mean.
The Iowa women's basketball superstar became the program's all-time leading scorer in Sunday's 94-53 romp over Northern Iowa at the McLeod Center, surpassing Megan Gustafson's previous mark of 2,804 career points.
It's special getting to do it with this group," Clark said. "Megan reached out to me (Saturday) night and basically told me to go break it.
That goes for my teammates as well. I wouldn't be in this spot if it wasn't for them. They all celebrate it too. I'm just lucky to do it with this group."
Clark entered this season needing 88 points to shatter Gustafson's mark. She piled up half that number in Thursday's win over Virginia Tech alone