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Iowa’s Caitlin Clark has fans buzzing with incredible Final Four performance

By Bryan Fonseca,


Caitlin Clark did it again.

The Iowa Hawkeyes superstar led the women’s basketball team by the No. 1 overall ranked South Carolina Gamecocks 77-73 during the Final Four on Friday night with a 41-point explosion.

Clark also recorded eight assists and six rebounds in the effort, taking down the defending champions in the midst of their third consecutive Final Four appearance.

And it was a field day on social media as what’s left of Twitter swooned over Clark’s performance.


— NCAA March Madness (@MarchMadnessWBB) April 1, 2023

Caitlin Clark is an absolute DAWG.. it’s like she’s playing a different sport than everybody else

— Pat McAfee (@PatMcAfeeShow) April 1, 2023

I love watching Caitlin Clark but if we get Kim Mulkey vs Dawn Staley in the championship….

— Mina Kimes (@minakimes) April 1, 2023

caitlin clark got that mary poppins bag. deep and FULL of tricks

— Aaron West (@oeste) April 1, 2023

Caitlin Clark is an absolute freak and I mean that as the highest compliment possible

— Charlotte Wilder (@TheWilderThings) April 1, 2023

You could say she did it on both ends, too… to some degree.

Caitlin Clark not worried about her jumper 💀

— Overtime (@overtime) April 1, 2023

Iowa’s hometown star put on a triple-double performance in the Elite Eight game prior over Louisville — 41 points, 12 assists and 10 rebounds — making herself the first to do so in March Madness history.
Caitlin Clark (22) reacts after a three point basket during the fourth quarter against the South Carolina Gamecocks during the 2023 NCAA Women’s Basketball Tournament Final Four semifinal game on March 31, 2023.
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On the other side of the bracket, the LSU Tigers took down Virginia Tech 79-72, meaning we’ll get Clark and the Hawkeyes against Angel Reese, Kim Mulkey and the Tigers in the National Championship on Sunday night.

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