For the first time, Iowa Hawkeyes student Caitlin Clark scored nearly 40 points and a triple-double during an NCAA Basketball Championship game against Louisville. The match was held last Sunday (26) and remains until April 8, in the United States.
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According to the Washington Post, with Caitlin Clark’s historic achievement, the student ended up becoming the first Division I college basketball player to have practiced 41 points, 12 assists and 10 rebounds in a single game. In addition to being elected as the pioneer to record more than 900 points and 300 assists in a single season. This record has not been held since the Final Tour in 1993.
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The student was highly praised by American newspapers, celebrities and praised on social networks. In celebration of the historic milestone, Caitlin Clark grabbed a page from former wrestler John Cena’s book, and waved her little celebratory dance. The next Iowa Hawkeyes game will be next Friday (31).
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