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Caitlin Clark breaks Pete Maravich’s all-time scoring record: Iowa star makes history in win over Ohio State

Iowa basketball superstar Caitlin Clark on Sunday became the NCAA’s overall career leader in points.

In her 130th game, with her 3,668th point, Clark passed former LSU star “Pistol” Pete Maravich, who scored 3,667 in 83 games from 1967-1970 at LSU.It was only a matter of time.

Iowa’s Caitlin Clark passed Pete Maravich for the NCAA’s all-time scoring record in both men’s and women’s college basketball after a flurry of 3-pointers to start the Hawkeyes’ game against Ohio State.

Caitlin Clark breaks Pete Maravich's NCAA scoring record - Los Angeles Times

The record-breaking points came from the free-throw line just before the end of the second quarter as the Iowa star calmly sunk two from the stripe to pen her name in history.

Clark entered her final collegiate regular season game needing 18 points to pass Maravich. She averaged a career-high 32.2 points per game to stay on pace for the record largely viewed as untouchable over the past 54 years.

She didn’t let up after hitting the mark but did cool off a bit, finishing the game with 35 points, 9 assists and 6 rebounds in a 93-83 win over No. 2 Ohio State.

Iowa star Caitlin Clark breaks Pete Maravich's NCAA scoring record | CBC  Sports

The prodigious shooter previously broke the NCAA women’s scoring record on Feb. 15. On Thursday, she passed Lynette Woodard’s forgotten scoring mark in a standout triple-double effort. And now she’s the all-time scoring champ for both men’s and women’s basketball.