Caitlin Clark breaks Steph Curry's three-point record to create even more history.

Iowa's Caitlin Clark breaks another record today.

In the Hawkeyes' 95-62 Big Ten Tournament triumph over Penn State Lady Lions on Friday, Clark broke Steph Curry's NCAA Division-I 3-pointer record.

Curry, who shared the record with Liberty Flames' Darius McGhee, set the record in 2007-08 for the Davidson Wildcats with 162 three-pointers.

Clark now has more three-pointers than the basketball legend.

After missing her first 11 deep shots on Friday, Clark, 22, stuffed the stat sheet in Iowa's blowout win against Penn State.

Iowa coach Lisa Bluder told reporters after the game, “It's funny, Caitlin has an off night, and how many people would say you have an off night when you have 24 points, 10 rebounds, 7 assists, but it was an off night for Caitl

Clark finally found her stride and sank the vital three to seal her place in history.

When I made that, I was joking. Having fun is important, Clark said of her record-breaking three postgames.

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