Who exactly is Caitlin Clark? She’s the collegiate sensation who has revolutionized the landscape of women’s basketball.

­Caitlin Clark , at just 22, has already made a lasting impact on American society and basketball culture, both on and off the court.

Hailing from West Des Moines, Iowa, she debuted for the Iowa Hawkeyes in 2020 and has represented the USA in international youth competitions.

Renowned as the top scorer in college basketball history, she surpassed Pete Maravich’s longstanding NCAA points record in March.

Her influence extends beyond the game, with her presence boosting NCAA attendance records and elevating viewership, notably in the Iowa-South Carolina championship game, which attracted 18.7 million viewers.

Clark’s endorsement deals with major brands like Nike, Gatorade, State Farm, and Panini, secured even before turning professional, highlight her commercial success under the Name, Image, Likeness (NIL) policy.

With earnings reaching $3.1 million from sponsorships, she ranks as the highest-earning female basketball player and fourth highest among student-athletes, according to the NIL database On3.

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