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Another triple-double for Clark in No. 21 Iowa women's win
MADISON, Wis. (AP) Caitlin Clark collected her fifth triple-double this season and No. 21 Iowa rolled by Wisconsin 84-50 on Thursday night.
Clark, who leads the nation in points and assists per game, finished with 27 points on 12-of-18 shooting with 11 assists and 11 rebounds. Monika Czinano added 17 points, freshman Addison O'Grady had a career-high 16 and Kate Martin 10 for the Hawkeyes (15-5, 9-2), who shot 59% in dominating the stat sheet.
Julie Pospisilova and Krustyna Ellew scored 13 points each and Brooke Schramek added 10 for the Badgers (5-16, 2-9), who shot 32%.
The Hawkeyes were without injured starters McKenna Warnock (hand), Iowa's third-leading scorer, and Gabbie Marshall (shoulder). Marshall had started every game this season and Warnock had started in all 18 games she had played in. Their status is day-to-day.
The Badgers announced earlier Thursday that junior guard Sydney Hilliard was taking a leave of absence for personal reasons. Hilliard, who started all 18 games in which she played this season, is the Badgers' second-leading scorer and top rebounder.
Clark had 18 points and Czinano 11 as Iowa built a 38-20 halftime lead. Wisconsin scored the game's first four points before being outscored 15-4 the rest of the period. Iowa finished the half on a 10-0 run with six points from Clark. The lead was 33 points after three quarters.
Iowa was coming off 92-88 loss to No. 23 Ohio State on Monday that snapped a seven-game wining streak. The Badgers have lost three straight.
Iowa is at No. 6 Michigan on Sunday. Wisconsin is host to Illinois on Sunday.
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Updated February 3, 2022