Iowa's Caitlin Clark on pace for Pete Maravich's all-time scoring record

After setting Iowa's scoring record with 2,813, guard Caitlin Clark is approaching the NCAA Division I scoring record.

Clark became Iowa's all-time leading scorer Sunday at Northern Iowa and is 200 points from breaking into the top 15 in women's college basketball history.

Clark remarked, "It was like 15 or 16 points -- and once I crossed 16 I didn't even know," setting the school scoring record.

A fast growing legacy goes beyond women's basketball scoring. She could become Division I basketball's all-time leading scorer before the NCAA Tournament.




At her current pace, Clark would win the all-time women's scoring championship on Feb. 15 at home against Michigan. She could break the NCAA basketball scoring record in the Big Ten tournament.

Guard Kelsey Plum of the Washington Huskies has the most women's collegiate basketball points at 3,527. She averaged 25.4 points in 139 college games. With 3,667 points, Pete Maravich leads college basketball history.