Caitlin Clark’s Boyfriend Had A Special Message For The Iowa Superstar After National Title Loss

Connor McCaffery and Caitlin Clark look on during their respective games.

Connor McCaffery and Caitlin Clark (Photos via Getty Images)

Basketball can bring you some extreme highs and although you might be one of the best to ever do it, it does not guarantee you a championship like Caitlin Clark found out in college.

South Carolina rained on Caitlin Clark’s parade, with the Iowa superstar failing to end her college career on a high with an NCAA championship win ahead of the WNBA Draft later this month, as the Gamecocks are crowned as this year’s national champs.

The 22-year-old Clark – NCAA’s all-time leading scorer for both men and women – made 10 of 28 shots which included 5 of 13 3-pointers and finished off her four-year career with 3,951 points. She also had five assists.

Clark played in the final game of her college basketball career but the moment was made special after her longtime boyfriend, Connor McCaffery, sent a heartfelt message on social media.

“My GOAT,” he wrote on his Instagram story that featured Caitlin Clark walking to the tunnel after the game.

Despite Sunday’s loss for the Hawkeyes, Clark’s run to a second straight NCAA Championship game further helped push women’s basketball into another stratosphere.

Just her being on the court set a new TV ratings record for women’s college basketball twice in the last week alone, with another record likely waiting once the numbers from Sunday come out.

Also Read: Heartbreaking Photo Of Caitlin Clark Leaving National Title Game After Iowa’s Loss Has Everyone On Social Media Talking

Women’s college basketball is certainly going to miss her, but she now has bigger fish to fry in the next phase of her life.

Caitlin Clark Can Forever Change The State of The WNBA

Caitlin Clark (Photo by Steph Chambers/Getty Images)

Despite some of the older players in the WNBA seemingly taking shots or not fully supporting Caitlin Clark, she is that one person who could become the Stephen Curry or Michael Jordan of the women’s professional league and could forever change the direction of the WNBA.

If Clark turns out to be just as good if not better in the WNBA, everyone will reap the benefits of it.

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