Caitlin Clark is doing that thing again. You know, that thing where she obliterates records. 

It’s such a regular occurrence for Caitlin that many people don’t even stop to think about the legends who came before her, who own the records she’s chasing and breaking.

However, Caitlin and Iowa head coach Lisa Bluder want everyone, including the NCAA, to remember Hall of Famer Lynette Woodard, whose scoring record she passed on Wednesday.

When Caitlin Clark broke the NCAA Division I women’s scoring record, women’s basketball fans started asking about Lynette Woodard.

Woodard technically owned the major college women’s basketball scoring record with 3,649 points.

Still, the NCAA does not recognize her record because it did not govern women’s college basketball when she played in the Association for Intercollegiate Athletics for Women (AIAW) during her time at Kansas.

Iowa Head Coach Lisa Bluder and Caitlin Clark don’t think that’s right.

On Wednesday, Bluder called out the NCAA for dismissing Woodard’s accomplishment. Per Chad Leistikow of Des Moines Register and Iowa City-Press Citizen, here’s what she said:

“Tonight is the night of the real record. For some reason, the NCAA doesn’t want to recognize the basketball that was played prior to 1982, and that’s wrong. We played basketball back then.

Iowa's Lisa Bluder rips NCAA as Caitlin Clark surpasses Lynette Woodard for  major college scoring record | Fox News

They just don’t want to recognize it.

That hurts the rest of us that were playing at that time.

There’s no reason that shouldn’t be the true record. At a school like Iowa, which is so rich in AIAW history, I just want to make sure we acknowledge Lynette’s accomplishments in the game of basketball.”

Caitlin Clark echoed Bluder’s sentiments, urging everyone to remember she would not be able to do what she does without recognizing Woodard and other greats before her.