Caitlin Clark Scoring Record Props: Odds On When She Will Set The All-Time Record

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Iowa vs. UConn Final Four Odds & Betting Preview: Battle Between Caitlin Clark And Paige Bueckers

The Iowa Hawkeyes are 25-4 this season, and Caitlin Clark has been a massive part of that success. Clark has broken several records this season, with the most notable being the all-time NCAA Division I women’s scoring record, surpassing Kelsey Plum. This happened in a game against the Michigan Wolverines on Feb. 15, where Clark tallied 49 points, 13 assists, and five rebounds. 

Those 49 points also passed Megan Gustafson for the most points in a single game by a Hawkeyes women’s player. Clark is averaging 32.3 points, 7.4 rebounds, and 8.7 assists per game this season and is the favorite to go No. 1 overall in the 2024 WNBA draft

Below, we’ll go over a variety of Caitlin Clark and college basketball odds as the season winds down before the NCAA Tournament. 

Caitlin Clark record-breaking odds

In which quarter will Caitlin Clark score her 3,668th career point (all time D1 scoring record)

Method of Caitlin Clark’s basket to score her 3,668th career point

All odds are via FanDuel Sportsbook. Odds last updated March 2.

Iowa’s updated odds to win the women’s NCAA Tournament

The Hawkeyes are 25-4 this season, with three of those losses coming in the Big Ten, where they have a 14-3 record. Overall this season, they’ve lost to the Ohio State Buckeyes, Nebraska Cornhuskers, Indiana Hoosiers, and Kansas State Wildcats. 

Their odds to win the NCAA Tournament are at . That puts them third on the board, trailing South Carolina () and LSU ().