VIDEO: The Greatest of All Time

( – In a huge turn of events for the basketball world and its fans, basketball sensation Caitlin Clark etched her name when she outshone every man and woman in the history of major college basketball.

In a game against Ohio State at Carver-Hawkeye Arena, the 22-year-old player from Iowa broke Pete Maravich’s all-time National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) basketball points record with a free throw just 0.3 seconds before halftime.

Watch Clark’s video below.

This victory added another historic moment to her career as she surpassed the 54-year-old player record.

Clark only needed 18 points to eclipse “Pistol Pete’s” NCAA record of 3,667 points. Shortly after Clark exceeded expectations, she concluded the game with an impressive 35 points, nine assists, and six rebounds, which led Iowa to a 93-83 victory and elevated her career points to 3,685.

Clark humbly stated after she acknowledged the greats who preceded her, “Just to be in the same realm of all these players who have been so successful, whether it’s Pete or Kelsey Plum or Lynette Woodard — all these people have just given so much to the game. Hopefully somebody comes after me and breaks my records, and I can be there supporting them.”

There has been some debate about comparing Clark’s and Maravich’s careers, considering Maravich achieved his total in three seasons compared to Clark’s four, and Maravich played without a shot clock or 3-point line from 1967-70 at Louisiana State University (LSU).

Maravich’s son, Jaeson Maravich, praised Clark and noted that her “lanky build and dark eyes” reminded him of his father.

ESPN reported that in anticipation of Clark breaking the record, the average ticket price for the game reached historic levels, and transcended any women’s college or WNBA game.

In recent weeks, the basketball player has been on a historic streak in the basketball field. For instance, in mid-February Clark surpassed NCCA legend Lynette Woodard’s all-time women’s major college scoring record of 3,649 points.

Despite these achievements Clark announced her decision to enter the 2024 WNBA Draft, preceding her final year of NCAA eligibility.

While Clark’s resume is filled with accomplishments, the national championship remains as Iowa fell short in last year’s title game against LSU.

The upcoming WNBA Draft on April 15 holds new possibilities for Clark with the Indiana Fever securing the coveted No. 1 pick.