Ahead of Brittney Griner for fourth place on the NCAA scoring list, Caitlin Clark

After surpassing former Baylor star center Brittney Griner, Iowa guard Caitlin Clark moved up to fourth place on the NCAA women’s basketball career scoring list on Tuesday.

Clark had 3,274 points going into the No. 2 Hawkeyes’ 96-50 victory over Wisconsin; 10 more points would have put him ahead of Griner. There were 7:02 remaining in the second quarter when she made that free throw.

With 32 points at the end of the game, Clark has 3,306 points in her career. With the exception of her freshman season, the senior has scored in double figures in all but one of Iowa’s games.

Jackie Stiles of Missouri State is next on the scoring list with 3,393 points from 1997 to 2001. Kelsey Mitchell of Ohio State (3,402 from 2014 to ’18) is in second place, and Kelsey Plum of Washington (3,527 from 2013 to ’17) is first. Currently, WNBA standouts Plum (Las Vegas Aces), Mitchell (Indiana Fever), and Griner (Phoenix Mercury) are all.

Clark has averaged 30.9 points so far this season as of Tuesday. By the second or third week of February, if she keeps up her current pace, she could take the lead.