Game Changers

Caitlin Clark Breaks NCAA Women's Scoring Record — Who Are Golf's Comparisons?

By Ryan Adams
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It didn't take long to make a little history for Caitlin Clark.
Playing against Michigan on Feb. 15 in Iowa City for her Iowa Hawkeyes, college basketball's biggest star became the NCAA women's basketball all-time leading scorer with 3,528 points. Clark nailed a long three-pointer to pass former Washington star Kelsey Plum at 3,527 points.
"You all knew I was going to shoot a logo-3 for the record. C'mon now," Clark said after the game.
The new record certainly cements Clark's legacy as one of women's college basketball's best players . . . which makes us think — who are her golf comparisons? We have the list of all-time women's greats below, ranked by wins.
Kathy Whitworth (88 wins)
Mickey Wright (82 wins)
Annika Sörenstam  (72 wins)
Louise Suggs (61 wins)
Patty Berg (60 wins)