Caitlin Clark is looking to win more awards via the 2024 ESPYS later this summer.

On Wednesday, ESPN released the full list of nominations for the annual ESPYS with a release on social media. Fans can vote on the awards leading up to the 2024 ESPYS award show which will be hosted by Serena Williams and will air on July 11 at 8 pm ET on ABC.

Now a star WNBA rookie for the Indiana Fever, Clark is up for 3 ESPYS with all 3 related to her final season at Iowa. Though the Hawkeyes fell just short of a national title once again, Clark produced one of the best seasons in college basketball history while shattering multiple career records.

Here are the 3 awards Clark is up for:

  • Best Athlete, Women’s Sports
  • Best Record-Breaking Performance
  • Best College Athlete, Women’s Sports

Caitlin Clark’s competition

Clark’s competition for a few of these awards is stiff, most notably in the “Best Athlete, Women’s Sports” category. She is going up against tennis star Coco Gauff, golf star Nelly Korda and WNBA star A’ja Wilson of the Las Vegas Aces.

With Wilson, a fellow basketball player, also up for this honor, it’s hard to see Clark winning this race. Wilson is already a 2-time WNBA champion and a 2-time WNBA MVP and is the reigning Defensive Player of the Year and Finals MVP.

The “Best Record-Breaking Performance” category also features some insane company in the history of all sports. Clark’s spot in the category comes as a result of breaking Pete Maravich’s all-time scoring record in NCAA basketball history.

The other members in the category include Christian McCaffrey of the NFL for scoring a touchdown in 17 straight games, Stanford women’s basketball head coach Tara VanDerveer for breaking the all-time wins record in NCAA basketball history and Max Verstappen for winning 10 straight races with a victory at the Italian Grand Prix.

All of those accomplishments carry significant weight for each sport, so determining a winner could be tough for some fans.

The category that Clark likely has the best shot at winning is “Best College Athlete, Women’s Sports” where she is the most well-known name of the 4 finalists. LSU gymnast Haleigh Bryant, Wisconsin volleyball star Sarah Franklin and Northwestern lacrosse player Izzy Scane are the other candidates.

Fans interested in the ESPYS can head to ESPN to vote on their favorite athletes before tuning in to see who wins in July.

As for Clark’s rookie season, Clark is still the overwhelming favorite to win Rookie of the Year with FanDuel listing the former Hawkeye at -600. Angel Reese is Clark’s leading competition for the honor and is +400 while fans can utilize Tradition’s FanDuel Ohio bonus code for the best offers.