‘I’m just grateful’: Caitlin Clark signs off at Carver-Hawkeye Arena one final time

Caitlin at Carver — one last time. The logo threes, the raw emotion, the postgame autograph sessions that captured the hearts of America.

Clark walked off the floor at Carver-Hawkeye Arena leaving an unmatchable legacy. But there was a balancing act of emotions Monday night.

Clark, so unbelievably locked in to advancing in the NCAA tournament, admitted she couldn’t quite absorb those final moments walking back to the locker room.

“Honestly, it’s hard,” Clark said. “You just compete for 40 minutes and give your everything.

You don’t want to get emotional. You do want to get emotional, but I think more than anything I’m just grateful.

I wish I could have stayed on that court for a while and soaked it all in a little longer.”

“I don’t think there’s a better way we can go out. Just a gritty, resilient win.

And that was the reason we won tonight and we didn’t make too many shots, but still put up 64 points.

And at this point, all that matters is survive and advance and that’s exactly what we did.”

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