Social media cried as a tearful Caitlin Clark said goodbye to Iowa on Instagram after the NCAA title game |T

After magical, record-breaking run, Caitlin Clark bids goodbye to Iowa on social media


The long goodbye tour for Caitlin Clark ended Sunday, and the Iowa senior put a bow on it with a social media post on her Instagram story.

Clark, the all-time leading scorer in the college game, and the Hawkeyes lost to overall No. 1 seed and undefeated South Carolina in the national title game. She scored 30 points and passed Chamique Holdsclaw as the all-time leading scorer in the NCAA Tournament.

After the handshake line and post-game interviews and some tears, Clark took a moment to reflect on her four years in Iowa City. She posted a photo of her No. 22 jersey and her right shoe with the message “I’ll miss ya” followed by seven golden hearts.

A screen grab captured from Caitlin Clark's Instagram story after Iowa lost to South Carolina in her final college game.

Later Sunday evening, Clark shared another message of love and gratitude for Iowa, this time on X (formerly Twitter).

Clark won’t have much time to rest. The Indiana Fever are expected to take her with their No. 1 pick in the WNBA draft on April 15. Training camps open April 28.

And while Clark missed the last training camp for USA Basketball, she could be added to the roster before the Paris Olympics, which begin July 21.

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