January 22, 2002
21 Years Old
|Known For||Iowa women's basketball player|
|Height||6 feet 0 inches (1.83 m)|
|Net Worth||$3 Million (approximately)|
|Parents||Anne Nizzi-Clark & Brent Clark|
|Siblings||Blake & Colin|
Caitlin Clark is an American college basketball playing as the point guard for the Iowa Hawkeyes of the Big Ten Conference. She was a unanimous first-team All-American and became the first women’s player to lead Division I in points and assists in a single season. She has also won the Dawn Staley Award two times and the Nancy Lieberman Award one time as the top Division I player in her position.
Clark’s father played basketball and baseball at Simpson College. By getting inspiration from her father, she started playing basketball at age five and was the only girl on a boy’s youth team.
Clark has won three gold medals representing the United States at the youth international level. She was named Most Valuable Player of the 2021 FIBA Under-19 Women’s Basketball World Cup. Clark joined All Iowa Attack, an Amateur Athletic Union (AAU) basketball program based in Ames, Iowa, for whom she played until graduating from high school. She also played softball, volleyball, soccer, and tennis as a child before focusing on basketball.
Caitlin Clark was born on January 22, 2002, in the United States of America. She was raised by her parents Anne Nizzi-Clark and Brent Clark in Des Moines, Iowa. She has an older brother, Blake, now at Iowa State; and a younger brother, Colin.
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