Caitlin Clark's nonchalant outlook on breaking Iowa's scoring record

In a display of nonchalant brilliance, Caitlin Clark shattered Iowa women's basketball's all-time career scoring record, amassing 2,813 career points and eclipsing Megan Gustafson's record of 2,804 points.

Clark's historic achievement came during the Hawkeyes' commanding 94-53 triumph over Northern Iowa on Nov. 12, where she also notched her 12th career triple-double.

. Her performance puts her alongside Sabrina Ionescu as the only NCAA Division I players with triple-doubles in four distinct seasons.

Clark's milestone was celebrated with a supportive message from Gustafson, who texted Clark the night before the game telling her to “go out there and do it.”

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Her shooting efficiency was on full display, with a 6 of 13 performance from the field, including 2 of 5 in 3-pointers.

Northern Iowa, favored in the Missouri Valley Conference, struggled offensively against Iowa, making only 7 of 35 field goals in the first half.

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