Caitlin Clark makes more 3-point history in Elite Eight matchup with LSU

Caitlin Clark continues to etch her name into the history books.

The Iowa senior hit the 538th three-pointer of her collegiate career in Monday’s Eight Eight matchup against LSU, making her the NCAA’s all-time Division I record-holder.

Clark, who came into the game with 531 made 3s, made seven of her 14 attempts from deep — several of them coming from way behind the arc at MVP Arena in Albany.

Hawkeyes guard Caitlin Clark (22) shoots against LSU Lady Tigers guard Last-Tear Poa. USA TODAY Sports via Reuters Con

The sharpshooter also set the mark for field goals made, hitting her 1,263rd in the game.

It’s the latest record-setting performance for Clark, who also owns the Division-I scoring record, which she broke with her 3,668th point on March 3 against Ohio State.

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She also became the first Division-I player to have consecutive 1,000-point seasons, hitting 1,142 as a junior and entering Monday’s game with 1,055.

Iowa guard Caitlin Clark (22) reacts after making a three-point shot against LSU
Iowa guard Caitlin Clark (22) reacts after making a three-point shot against LSU. AP

Clark broke the single-season three-point mark on March 9, hitting her 163rd to surpass NBA star Stephen Curry and ex-Liberty scorer Darius McGhee’s shared mark.

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