Caitlin Clark

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Iowa women's basketball coach Lisa Bluder has had a successful season, with record-breaking viewership for games like Iowa vs. LSU. Caitlin Clark's impressive performance led Iowa to the Final Four, where they faced Paige Bueckers and UConn, drawing significant attention and praise.

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"Women's NCAA basketball shattering records, stars praising God, Iowa victorious over LSU - but LSU's national anthem snub sparks controversy. A mix of sports triumph and cultural clashes."

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In the world of women's college basketball, the 2024 NCAA tournament has been one for the record books. Lisa Bluder, the head coach of the Iowa Hawkeyes women's basketball team, has made quite an impact this season by guiding her team to victory after victory, setting records and capturing the attention of basketball fans across the nation [Yardbarker].

One of the standout moments was a high-stakes game between LSU and Iowa, which became the most-watched women's college basketball game in history with a staggering 12.3 million TV viewers tuning in [Yardbarker]. Caitlin Clark, a star player for Iowa, shone brightly throughout the tournament, leading her team to victory with an exceptional 41-point performance in a revenge game against LSU [Newsweek].

The excitement didn’t stop there, as another record was broken during Iowa's rematch against LSU in the Elite Eight round. This game drew massive viewership, setting a new benchmark for women's college basketball [USA Today]. The intensity of the tournament continued to rise, leading up to a Final Four matchup that fans were eagerly waiting for: Caitlin Clark's Iowa facing off against Paige Bueckers and her powerhouse UConn team [SBNation].

As the Final Four showdown approached, UConn coach Geno Auriemma showered praise on Caitlin Clark, a player he had chosen not to recruit, highlighting Clark's exceptional talent and impact on the game [Yardbarker]. The clash between Iowa and UConn promised to be a highlight of the tournament, with two basketball talents at the top of their game ready to compete for a spot in the championship game [Daily Mail].

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