Caitlin Clark’s Best Pass Of The Night Was To Her Brother In The Crowd After 41-Point Game

Iowa star Caitlin Clark celebrates win over LSU

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Caitlin Clark‘s incredible performance wasn’t over after the final whistle blew in Iowa’s 94-87 win over LSU in a rematch of last year’s National Championship.

That’s because her most accurate pass of the night came after the team celebrated at mid-court when Caitlin Clark threw an absolute dime to her brother who was sitting about 15-20 rows up in the stands.

In a viral post on X, formerly Twitter, Caitlin Clark is seen delivering a literal perfect pass to her brother so they could preserve the game ball after her historic win that saw her set a new NCAA record for the most 3s, becoming the all-time Division I leader with 538 career 3-point shots.

As if her career 3-point record wasn’t enough, Clark also set the NCAA Tournament record for 3s with 70 (over 15 career games). Not content to call it a night there, Caitlin Clark set another record… Her third record of the night came in the 4th quarter when she broke the record for the most NCAA Tournament assists with 140.

With Caitlin Clark headed to the WNBA in the very near future, it seems likely she will finish 3rd on the NCAA’s all-time assists list. She currently has 1,132 assists which is 33 behind Andrea Nagy in 2nd and 175 assists off the all-time record of 1,307 held by Suzie McConnell.

As for how big of a night it was for women’s basketball, the specific numbers aren’t known yet but Richard Deitsch shared on X that he spoke with someone who saw the partial ratings. That insider predicted the Iowa-LSU game would top 10 million viewers. For context, UConn’s national championship win last year in Houston had 14.7 million viewers.