Caitlin Clark recently became the newest all-time leading scorer showcasing her undeniable talent and commitment to the sport.
Thursday’s Iowa Hawkeyes vs. Kansas Wildcats matchup, the National Player of the Year’s performance looked ironic, with #2 Iowa eventually falling to Kansas State at 65-58.
The Clark-spark was clearly missing as she hooped only 24 points (shot 9-out-of-32 from the field and 2-out-of-16 from afar) in the lost cause.
With the prevailing defense of the Wildcats, all efforts made by the Hawkeyes got derailed. Evidently, the Wildcats threw “waves of players at Caitlin,” as stated by Kansas’ head coach Jeff Mittie.
In the pregame interview, the newest all-time leading scorer looked stoked with positivity to go head-on with the Wildcats.
Elaborating on the factors contributing to this achievement, she said, “I think the biggest thing is coach Bluder has just allowed me to be myself ever
Weighing in her team’s progress against Kansas, Caitlin said, “I think just the hard work that we put in in the offseason we understood our team’s going to look a lot different than it did last year