After a strong performance, Caitlin Clark fell short of becoming the all-time scoring leader in collegiate women's basketball, as she was held scoreless in the final quarter during Iowa's upset loss to Nebraska. Despite a career first of playing the entire fourth quarter without a point, the team's struggles were not solely her fault, as the loss highlighted broader issues for the squad.

By the Numbers
  • Caitlin Clark had the opportunity to become the all-time scoring leader for collegiate women’s basketball, needing eight points to achieve this milestone.
  • During the fourth quarter, Clark went 0-for-6 and played the entire quarter without scoring a point.
  • Iowa, as a team, made only four of 17 shots and turned the ball over four times in the final quarter.
State of Play
  • Iowa faced a tough upset loss to Nebraska, despite initially holding a 14-point lead in the game.
  • The loss serves as an important lesson for the team as they approach the postseason.
Bottom Line

The upset loss, marked by Caitlin Clark's scoreless fourth quarter, underscores the broader issues faced by the Iowa women's basketball team, highlighting the need for improvement as the postseason approaches.