Famous Celebrities Stop By Iowa City To Witness Caitlin Clark In Action

Wagswoofs – Iowa women’s basketball games this season are more than just ordinary sporting events. The entire season’s tickets were sold out shortly after they became available, all thanks to the captivating performances of Caitlin Clark and her teammates. People from all walks of life are eager to witness the greatness of this Iowa team. However, what truly signifies the impact of Iowa women’s basketball goes beyond the realm of sports. It is when celebrities start making appearances at Carver-Hawkeye Arena, as they did this past weekend, that we realize its transcendent nature.

The Iowa women’s basketball team received a special visit at Carver on Saturday. WNBA legend Sue Bird and actor Jason Sudeikis were in the front row, eagerly anticipating an impressive performance from Caitlin Clark and her teammates. This wasn’t their first basketball game of the weekend, as they also attended the Kansas vs. UConn game the previous night. It’s worth noting that Bird had a successful college career at UConn, while Sudeikis hails from Kansas. During the game at Carver, the two were featured on the big screen, and Sudeikis delighted the crowd by performing his famous Ted Lasso victory dance.

The Hawkeyes, ranked #4, dominated Bowling Green with a commanding 99-65 victory. Once again, Caitlin Clark showcased her brilliance with an impressive performance, contributing 24 points, 11 assists, and seven rebounds. According to Hawk Central, Clark received ample support from her teammates. Sydney Affolter also shone, scoring 14 points without missing a single shot. Kate Martin made her presence felt with 17 points and five rebounds, while Sharon Goodman recorded a double-double with 12 points and 11 boards. Hawk Central further reports that Iowa displayed remarkable accuracy, shooting 67% from the field. Such an outstanding effort warranted a special visit from a couple of celebrities in the locker room on Saturday.

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