No. 6 Iowa Women Beat No. 2 Ohio State

Another record setting day ended with a victory for the sixth ranked Iowa Hawkeye women.

Rob Brooks with the call on the Hawkeye Network. Clark finished with 35 points and nine assists as the Hawkeyes led nearly the entire way in a 93-83 win over second ranked and Big Ten regular season champion Ohio State, capping an emotional Senior Day.

Clark surpassed Pete Maravich to become the all-time scoring leader in major college basketball with a free throw just prior to halftime.

It was a regular season finale that included another national television audience, a sold out crowd and several celebrities sitting courtside.

The Hawkeyes finish the regular season 15-3 in the Big Ten and 26-4 overall. Iowa will be second seed in the Big Ten Tournament in the Twin Cities and will open on Friday night.

It will not be the final home game for the Hawkeyes who are expected to host the first two rounds of the NCAA Tournament.

The Hawkeyes and Buckeyes could meet again next weekend.

That’s Iowa coach Lisa Bluder who feels Clark becoming the all-time women’s scoring record holder was more significant.



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