In a dazzling display of skill, Caitlin Clark propelled the Iowa Hawkeyes to a resounding 94-87 victory over LSU in the Albany regional final, securing their spot in the Final Four. Clark’s remarkable performance, marked by a staggering 41 points and nine made 3-pointers, left LSU reeling as Iowa exacted revenge for last season’s championship game loss.

The game hung in the balance at halftime, tied at 45-45, but Clark wasted no time in asserting her dominance. With a deep pull-up 3-pointer to open the third quarter, she ignited a scoring frenzy, sinking four 3-pointers in the stanza and propelling Iowa to an 11-point lead.

Her confidence never wavered, even when LSU attempted a comeback in the fourth quarter. Clark’s eighth 3-pointer of the night extinguished any hope for the Tigers, solidifying Iowa’s control of the game.

Clark’s brilliance was not confined to scoring alone; she showcased her elite playmaking abilities with 12 assists and contributed on both ends of the court with seven rebounds and two steals. Meanwhile, LSU’s Angel Reese put up a valiant effort with 17 points and an astounding 20 rebounds, but it was not enough to match Clark’s scoring prowess.

The victory was a testament to Iowa’s resilience and teamwork, as they weathered LSU’s strong rebounding and maintained their offensive efficiency. Despite being outrebounded, Iowa’s sharp shooting, led by Clark’s extraordinary performance, proved decisive.

With two wins standing between them and an NCAA championship, Caitlin Clark and the Iowa Hawkeyes march triumphantly into the Final Four, fueled by their unstoppable March Madness momentum.



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