Iowa women’s basketball’s Caitlin Clark first-team AP All-American for third straight year

Iowa women’s basketball’s Caitlin Clark first-team AP All-American for third straight year

Awards season is here, and Caitlin Clark is right in the middle of it.


On Wednesday, the Iowa women’s basketball star was named a first-team Associated Press All-American for a third consecutive season, becoming the first player in program history to do so.

This comes on the heels of being named a USBWA first-team All-American on Tuesday.

Overall, Clark has already been named national player of the year by ESPN.com, The Athletic and Sporting News.

She won a third straight Big Ten Player of the Year award earlier this month.

Caitlin Clark makes third-straight AP women's All-America team | who13.com


Clark recently became the first Division-I player to record 1,000+ points in back-to-back seasons. Clark leads the nation in assists (8.9 assists per game) and scoring (31.9 points per game) after becoming the first player to finish No. 1 in both categories in back-to-back seasons.

She is also the only player in NCAA DI, men’s or women’s, basketball history to lead her conference in scoring and assists in four consecutive seasons.

No. 1 seed Iowa will take on the winner of 16-seeds Holy Cross and UT-Martin, which was set to take place in Iowa City on Thursday.

The Hawkeyes (29-4; 15-3) will face the winner of the play-in game Saturday.





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