Someone Created A Dot Chart Displaying Caitlin Clark’s Dominance, And It’s Even Crazier Than Any Of Us Could Have Imagined

Caitlin Clark’s college career is over but her impact on the game is not and the numbers prove it.

Clark became the 15th NCAA Division I women’s player to surpass the 3,000-point mark, she broke Kelsey Plum’s NCAA women’s career scoring record, she passed former KU star Lynette Woodard, and she became the NCAA men’s and women’s all-time leader by passing “Pistol” Pete Maravich.

Caitlin Clark finished her career with 3,951 and she did it in dominating fashion.

She was so dominant that someone had to create a chart that showed Clark and each of the other almost 10K division-1 college basketball players this season that showed assists and points.

Caitlin was the green dot on the chart and was clearly much better than we all realized.

Caitlin Clark is the green dot on this chart. One of one.- Bri Lewerke (@brilewerke) April 8, 2024


Caitlin Clark has left her mark on the college game for years to come. She exits as the active NCAA women’s basketball leader in career points, scoring average, 3-point field goals, 3-pointers per game, career assists, assists per game, field goals made, 3-point attempts, free throws made, and free throws attempted, according to

The Iowa legend is the third player in Division I women’s history to finish a career with more than 2,000 points and 1,000 assists. It may be a long time before we see a player like her again in the women’s game.

Caitlin Clark’s Dominance In The WNBA Means Everyone Wins

Caitlin Clark (Photo by Andy Lyons/Getty Images)

We’ve never seen a generational talent quite like Caitlin Clark be this polarizing of a figure in sports early in a career. This is especially huge for women’s basketball.

Caitlin Clark has become a must-see TV in leading Iowa over the past few years. When she is on National television, ratings soar. The attendance also soars.

She hasn’t been drafted yet and the WNBA champion Las Vegas Aces have already moved a game to a bigger venue just so they can sell more tickets in anticipation of her arrival.

If she turns out to be the next Stephen Curry or LeBron James of the league, the WNBA and everyone associated with it will benefit now and in the future.

Also Read: Jason Whitlock Reveals His Genius Idea For Caitlin Clark And Her Basketball Career

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