Caitlin Clark and Iowa Overcome Rust to Advance Past Holy Cross in NCAA Tournament

Iowa City, IA – The Iowa Hawkeyes kicked off March Madness with an electrifying 91-65 victory over Holy Cross in the first round of the NCAA Tournament. Despite some early struggles, Caitlin Clark and the team overcame a tough defense to secure the win.

Clark, who expressed frustration with the team’s performance in the first quarter, bounced back to finish the game with an impressive stat line of 27 points, 10 assists, and eight rebounds. Kate Martin also had a standout performance, recording a double-double with 15 points and 14 rebounds, while Addison O’Grady contributed 14 points off the bench.

Looking ahead to their second-round matchup against West Virginia, the Hawkeyes are hopeful for the return of key players like Hannah Stuelke and Molly Davis. The team knows they will need to be prepared for West Virginia’s aggressive full-court pressing defense in their upcoming game.

Despite the challenges they may face, the Hawkeyes are determined to continue their winning streak in the tournament. Fans can expect an intense and competitive matchup as Iowa looks to advance to the next round. Stay tuned to Bio Prep Watch for all the latest updates on the Hawkeyes’ journey through March Madness.

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