Caitlin Clark interaction with dad picked up by hot mic as March Madness fans claim “that’s good parenting”

CAITLIN Clark’s dad didn’t appear to be happy with the college basketball superstar during the first round game of the NCAA tournament.

The sequence occurred in the second quarter while Clark’s Iowa Hawkeyes were up 48-29 over the Holy Cross Crusaders.

Iowa was called for a foul with just 50.3 seconds to halftime.

Iowa Hawkeyes star Caitlin Clark's dad was seen on live television taking issue with his daughter during the first round of the NCAA tournament

The 22-year-old senior point guard Clark showed her disagreement with the call and complained to officials.

However, Clark’s father, Brent, was shown on ESPN’s live TV broadcast and appeared to yell out, “Stop!”

And the cameras continued to show the disgruntled dad.

Clark’s dad shook his head in disapproval at his daughter’s manner.

Clark complained at officials over a call with 50.3 seconds left in the second quarter against Holy Cross

As for March Madness fans, they couldn’t get enough of the moment between father and daughter.

One wrote, “Peak dad move.”

Another commented, “That is a sports dad father-daughter relationship if I’ve ever seen one.”

And a third posted, “That’s good parenting.”

Clark's dad, Brent, appeared to yell out "stop" at the 22-year-old senior point guard

Brent often appears at Clark’s games.

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And the basketball dad had another live television moment on Saturday.

In the first half, Clark had difficulties on offense, shooting 2-for-8 from the field.

She scored 11 of her 13 points thanks to her shooting at the free-throw line.

Clark also had six turnovers in the first half.

Clark's dad continued to show his disapproval of his daughter complaining with the refs

With 41 seconds left to halftime, the cameras pointed to her father who appeared to say, “take her out.”

Caitlin would have a much better second half, making 6-of-11 shots with 14 points.

The NCAA D1 all-time leading scorer also recorded three rebounds, three assists, one block and three steals.

She finished with 27 points, 10 assists and eight rebounds in Iowa’s 91-65 victory against Holy Cross.

Clark was voted unanimous All-American and is arguably the current face of NCAA women’s college basketball.

Iowa will play either West Virginia or Princeton in the second round on Monday.

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