Caitlin Clark has been putting up gaudy numbers and historic outings all season long. She’s helped push Iowa into the Final Four and a national semifinal matchup against No. 1 South Carolina.

In Friday’s game, Clark has been brilliant throughout the first half of action. She entered the game needed just 16 points to reach the 1,000-point plateau for the season, and Clark shot past it before the break.

With Iowa clinging to a 38-37 halftime lead, Clark has poured in 19 points on 7-for-12 shooting and a 3-for-7 first half from deep. In the process, Clark has become just the 6th Division I player all-time with 1,000 points in a season.

As most fans know, scoring is just one part of Clark’s all-around game. She chipped in 6 assists in the first half as the Hawkeyes look to stun the Gamecocks in the Final Four.

For the second half, fouls will be one area to watch for the Hawkeyes. Both Clark and star forward Monika Czinano have 2 fouls, so they will need to play a clean 3rd quarter without getting into deeper foul trouble.

South Carolina star Aliyah Boston was not a factor without a single bucket and 2 fouls in the first half, but the Gamecocks have the depth to make up for that absence. South Carolina’s bench scored 19 points while Iowa’s bench had just 2 points in the first half.