With 41 points, 12 assists, and 10 boards, Caitlin Clark put on a show to help No. 2 seed Iowa defeat fifth-seeded Louisville 97-83 on Sunday and advance to their first women’s Final Four in 30 years.

The unanimous first-team All-American led the Hawkeyes to Dallas for the women’s NCAA Tournament national quarterfinals on Friday night and continued her season-long dominance.

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Here’s all you need to know about Caitlin Clark’s family:

Parents Brent Clark and Anne Nizzi-Clark-

Clark was born to Anne Nizzi-Clark and Brent Clark in Des Moines, Iowa. Her mother comes from Italy. At Simpson College, Clark’s father participated in softball and basketball.

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Brothers Blake Clark and Colin Clark-

Blake and Colin are Clark’s two siblings. Clark has eleven family members who have participated in collegiate athletics, including her father, who played baseball and basketball at Simpson College, and her older brother Blake , who plays football at Iowa State. Not much is known about her younger brother Colin.

Clark attended Dowling Catholic High School in Des Moines, where she was a star basketball player. She joined the Iowa Hawkeyes in 2020 and soon rose to become one of the top players in the country.

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She had an good freshman season, leading the Big Ten in scoring and ending second in the country with a 26.6 point per game average. In addition, she made 7.1 assists and 5.9 rebounds per game. In 2021-22, she continued her strong performance, leading the Hawkeyes to the NCAA Tournament’s Sweet Sixteen.

She was awarded Big Ten Freshman of the Year and a consensus All-American her freshman season with the Iowa Hawkeyes. She also received the Ann Meyers Drysdale Award as the country’s best shooting guard. She was also named First Team All-Big Ten and a finalist for the Wooden Award, which is presented to the best player in college basketball.