Caitlin Clark Slams the NCAA After Breaking Another Record  

Iowa head coach Lisa Bluder criticised the NCAA for not recognising Lynette Woodard's records, and Caitlin Clark agreed.  

Clark broke Woodard's unofficial total of 3,649 career points with Kansas from 1977 to 1981 in a win over Minnesota on Wednesday.   

After the game, Clark momentarily chastised the NCAA for not recognising women's basketball stats but thanked Woodard for enabling her to play.  

“I think it’s super cool (to break the record),” Caitlin Clark told Iowa's News Now.   

As Coach Bluder stated, the NCAA's reluctance to acknowledge women's 1980s contributions highlights the groundwork these athletes set for us to play in such environments and in front of such crowds.  

Without people like her, I couldn't do what I do every night.   

There are many excellent players overall. I'm grateful for those that came before me.  

Yes, it's special. So she's one of the best ever. Could score the ball, but it shows Title IX was recently.  

Not so long ago, 50 years. It shows we have potential to improve and that women's sports is going well  

Clark is less than 20 points from passing Pete Maravich for Division I scoring dominance across both genders.   

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