Caitlin Clark of Iowa broke the NCAA Division I women's all-time scoring mark. 

She converted the deep 3-pointer to become the NCAA women's basketball all-time leading scorer, with 3,528 points. 

With a total of 3,528 points, she became the all-time greatest scorer in women's basketball 

at the NCAA basketball tournament after converting the deep three-pointer. 

Clark was able to oust Kelsey Plum, a former Washington standout who had a total of 3,527 points scored between the years 2013 and 2017. 

During this season, Clark has contributed to Iowa's success by scoring an average of 32.1 points per game and helping the team to a record of 20-2. 

In the beginning, Iowa coach Lisa Bluder intended to call a timeout in the event that Clark broke the record while the team was playing 

but Clark stated that she did not want timeouts to be utilized for that purpose. 

In response to the question, Bluder stated, "If she doesn't want it, I don't think I want to do it." 

Fans have flocked to see Clark play, with Iowa games this season selling out venues and secondary market tickets fetching thousands of dollars. 

Caitlin Clark broke the NCAA women's scoring record with a career-high 49 points in Iowa's 106-89 victory over Michigan. 

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