The Iowa Hawkeyes plan to build a statue for Caitlin Clark

Caitlin Clark Iowa Hawkeyes
Caitlin Clark Iowa Hawkeyes (image source Getty Images)

According to a recent post on X (formerly known as Twitter) by the famous page NBA Central, the Iowa Hawkeyes are planning to build a statue for Caitlin Clark, and they will unveil it next month.

A statue for Iowa Hawkeyes star player Caitlin Clark will be a great honor for her.

Clark’s recent performances made her eligible for this recognition. Her dedication and skills in basketball are the qualities that have made her perform dominantly throughout this season.

“BREAKING: Iowa Hawkeyes plan to build a statue for Caitlin Clark and will unveil it next month 🔥”

Iowa Hawkeyes player Caitlin Clark played a strong first quarter against South Carolina in Sunday’s national championship game.

In the first ten minutes of action in Cleveland, Clark scored eighteen points, including a fierce 3-pointer in the last minute against Gamecocks standout Kamilla Cardoso.

Clark surpassed Maya Moore and Chamique Holdsclaw, who previously held the record of 479 career tournament points. It was the highest point total a player had ever put up in a championship game quarter.

Caitlin Clark has captured the attention of Basketball fans

Clark, a one-of-a-kind collegiate athlete, has helped to grow the women’s game.

Clark has captured the attention of Basketball fans and other sports fans too. Even those who aren’t enthusiastic. She uniquely approaches the game. She is one of the best passers in the history of women’s basketball.

She broke several records. In her career, she scored 3,951 points, 30 of which came on Sunday during Iowa’s 87-75 loss in the national championship game. She outperformed scoring legends Pete Maravich and Lynette Woodard.

During her final season, she averaged 31.6 points per game and 28.4 points overall.

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