10 Things You Didn’t Know About Caitlin Clark, Basketball’s Newest Superstar

Clark released an elementary school dream board outlining her life ambitions, including a basketball scholarship and WNBA play, in an ESPN Inside Look interview.

She’s been manifesting a basketball career since third grade

He noticed her outstanding skills early on and signed her up for guys' teams to challenge her.

Clark played on boys’ teams as a kid

Clark laughs at ESPN that her brothers are her “biggest supporters” and “biggest haters at the same time,” humbling her.

Her brothers helped her reach her athletic potential

Student-athletes can now be paid for social media brand deals, advertising, and other partnerships.

She brings home more cash than any other women’s college basketball player

She's an honors marketing major and communications studies minor at the University of Iowa Tippie College of Business.

A marketing major helps her make the most of it

Clark is notable for sinking "logo threes"—three-pointers made from the Hawkeye emblem painted on her Iowa home floor some feet from the midcourt line.

She’s famous for her impressive shooting range

Clark, a humble team leader, consistently acknowledges her teammates' achievements despite the media attention and long list of records and awards.

She’s always eager to prop up her teammates

Clark has 17 triple-doubles in college. Both men and women have the second-most triple-doubles in NCAA basketball history, behind Sabrina Ionescu's 26.

Clark has the second most triple-doubles in NCAA history

Despite appearing to focus on basketball, Clark enjoys relaxing in the off-season and between games.

But it’s not all about basketball

Clark is a senior, but she and other 2020 NCAA student-athletes were allowed to play at Iowa for another year due to the epidemic.

Soon, it’s gonna be WNBA time