MINNEAPOLIS – Iowa dominated Minnesota Thursday night in a Big Ten Conference road game.
The Iowa Hawkeyes defeated Minnesota, 105-49, inside Williams Arena in Minneapolis, Minnesota – the largest margin of victory over a Big Ten opponent and third largest margin of victory over an opponent in program history.
Hawkeye sophomore Caitlin Clark registered her second-consecutive, fourth season and fifth career triple-double with 35 points, 13 rebounds and 11 assists. Clark is the only Big Ten women’s basketball player to record a triple double in back-to-back games and four triple-doubles in a single season.
Iowa broke its most-consecutive 3-pointer field goal streak with nine back-to-back 3-pointers, starting with a first quarter bucket (5:43) by junior McKenna Warnock and extended to a third-quarter 3-pointer by junior Gabbie Marshall. Clark (4), Marshall (3), Warnock (1)and senior Tomi Taiwo (1) contributed to the record.
Three Hawkeyes scored in double figures, including Clark (35), senior Monika Czinano (23) and junior Gabbie Marshall (16).
Marshall was 6-for-7 from the field, 3-for-4 from 3-point range, and added four steals and three assists on the night.