Clark rises in lifetime scoring as No. 2 Iowa beats Wisconsin.

 Iowa — No. 2 Iowa defeated Wisconsin 96-50 on Tuesday night, and Caitlin Clark contributed to the victory by scoring 32 points. With this performance, she moved into fourth place on the all-time scoring chart for women's basketball in NCAA Division I.

With 7 minutes and 2 seconds remaining in the first half, Clark made the first of two free throws, bringing her total to 3,306 points for her career. This allowed her to surpass Brittney Griner of Baylor, who had 3,283 points, on the all-time record.

During the opening nine minutes of the game, Clark, who is the best scorer in the country with 30.9 points per game, failed to make any of her first four shots and did not have a field goal opportunity.

On the other hand, she shot 8 of 18 from the field and went 6 of 14 from beyond the arc.

Kate Martin scored 16 points and Sydney Affolter scored 12 for the Hawkeyes, who expanded their winning run to 15 games. The Hawkeyes finished with a record of 18-1 and 7-0 in the Big Ten.

Before the Hawkeyes started on a 13-0 run, Wisconsin (8-9, 1-6) was within 21-17 in the second quarter. The Hawkeyes went on to win the game. In the latter part of the quarter, the Badgers made a valiant effort to bring themselves within 40-28,

but Martin and Clark made consecutive three-point shots in a span of 34 seconds over the final two minutes of the quarter, allowing Iowa to take a 46-30 lead into halftime.

A total of 15 three-pointers were made by the Hawkeyes, who also had 25 assists on 29 field goals. With 19 points and 14 rebounds, Serah Williams led the Badgers in scoring and rebounding.

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