Caitlin Clark Scoring Record Odds: Will Clark Make NCAA History vs. Nebraska?
Kirk Irwin/Getty Images. Pictured: Caitlin Clark #22 of the Iowa Hawkeyes.
Caitlin Clark is a walking highlight reel and her prolific career as top-tier scorer has her within striking distance of the all-time women's scoring record in NCAA history. Clark is 39 points away from breaking the scoring record, which is currently held by Las Vegas Aces star and former Washington Huskies guard Kelsey Plum.
So when will Clark break the record? FanDuel has released odds for when Clark will break the record as well as a few detailed method markets. Check out the odds for her historic moment below.
Caitlin Clark Scoring Record Odds
When Will Caitlin Clark Score her 3528th Career Point?
|Doesn't Break Record This Season
How Will Caitlin Clark Break the Scoring Record?
|3-Point Field Goal
FanDuel is offering +175 odds for Clark to break the record Sunday and -120 odds for Clark to break the record — either today or in the future — with a 3-pointer. Bettors can even get granular and bet the quarter of the game in which Clark will break the record and the type of shot in the quarter.
While 39 points is a high bar to clear, Clark is not stranger to explosive scoring outbursts or rising to the level of a huge moment. (Stealing the show on Super Bowl Sunday certainly feels like something Clark would do given her history.) Clark's game log also doesn't make this number seem outrageous to top in a single game. She has scored 40 or more points three this this season and had 38 points three more times. In her career, she has scored at least 39 points 12 times in her four seasons at Iowa.
Another reason she could break the record Sunday? She has dominated Nebraska in her career. She scored 278 combined points against the Cornhuskers in eight games (34.7 points per game), the most she's scored against any single team in her college career.
If you think Clark will have a big game but come up just short of the record, her points prop is listed at 34.5 points at FanDuel with the juice (-122) on the over.