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Iowa's Caitlin Clark passes Pete Maravich for all-time college basketball scoring record


Caitlin Clark has joked about being nicknamed "Ponytail Pete" in recognition of how her game resembles that of "Pistol Pete" Maravich. On Sunday in her last regular-season home game, the Iowa Hawkeyes star passed the LSU and NBA legend for most points scored by a Division I basketball player, men's or women's. Clark got the record in a rather improbable way. (ESPN.com)

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Iowa's Caitlin Clark passes Pete Maravich for all-time college basketball scoring record


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