Caitlin Clark had her own “Caitlin Cam” during Thursday night’s Peacock broadcast of No. 4 Iowa’s win over Michigan. It was a separate stream with two camera feeds — one showing the game feed and another showing a camera fixed on Clark at all times. Her line was constantly updated. Her every move was documented.

A bit over the top? Some probably felt so. A fitting backdrop for a star on a historic night? You bet. Clark entered Thursday’s game just eight points away from breaking the all-time NCAA women’s scoring record. She scored Iowa’s first eight points and used a logo 3 to take the record for herself.

And she went on to score a career-high and an Iowa single-game record 49 points.

“When you do it, you do it well, girl,” coach Lisa Bluder said after the game.

To that end, no one in the recorded history of basketball has done it as well as Clark.

No one. 

Clark has played in 126 career games for Iowa. In those appearances, she has scored 3,569 career points, recorded 1,018 career assists, collected 882 rebounds, and connected on 487 3-pointers.

According to OptaSTATS, no other player in NBA, WNBA or NCAA history (any division, men or women) has reached all those numbers over any 126-game span (including regular and postseason games).

Truly unmatched.

And more history could soon be on the way.

Clark is on pace to become the all-time leading scorer in NCAA Division I basketball. Pete Maravich’s record of 3,667 points is now in sight. At her current average of 32.7 points per game, Clark could take the record on Iowa’s Senior Day on March 3 when the school hosts Ohio State.

Iowa hits the road next Thursday to face No. 14 Indiana (8 p.m. ET, Peacock). Iowa hosts Illinois on Feb. 25, then plays its final road game of the season against Minnesota on Feb. 28. The game against No. 2 Ohio State is set for 1 p.m. ET on March 3.