Caitlin Clark’s historic career at Iowa has come to an end with the superstar scorer and the Hawkeyes falling to South Carolina in Sunday’s national title game.

In her final game, Clark led all scorers with 30 points, including a new championship game record for points in a quarter with 18 in the first quarter. However, she was not able to rally Iowa enough in the second half as the Gamecocks rallied behind their depth for a perfect season.

As the sun sets on Clark’s Iowa career, it’s worth revisiting the accolades she has compiled over the years in Iowa City. While she moves on to the WNBA Draft without a championship ring, her extensive numbers and ability to carry the Hawkeyes to back-to-back Final Fours speak volumes about her career.

With 30 points and 5 made 3-pointers on Sunday, Clark finishes her career with 3,951 points and 548 made 3-pointers, both new records for women’s college basketball. In 139 career games played, that comes out to a career scoring average of 28.42 points.

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Clark also surpassed the career NCAA Tournament record of Chamique Holdsclaw on Sunday and will finish with 492 career points in the Big Dance. She has averaged 28.94 points in the NCAA Tournament and also holds the NCAA Tournament records for made 3-pointers and assists.

As for Clark’s 2023-24 season, she led the country with 1,204 total points and 31.7 points per game (not counting Sunday’s numbers). USC’s JuJu Watkins was the nation’s second-leading scorer with 27.1 points per game. Clark also led the country with 341 assists and 196 3-pointers.

Clark finishes her career with back-to-back National Player of the Year awards, is a 3-time winner of the Big Ten POTY Award and is a 3-time First-Team All-American. It is truly hard to totally appreciate Clark’s greatness at this point, but she will undoubtedly be remembered as one of the all-time greats of college basketball.