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Caitlin Clark leads Iowa rally for 71-69 win over UConn in women's Final Four. South Carolina awaits

Completely shut down in the first half, the most exciting player in women's college basketball now has one game left in her storied career at Iowa.

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She'll try to cap it off by bringing the Hawkeyes their first national championship.

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Clark scored 21 points and made three momentum-turning 3-pointers in the second half to rally Iowa past Paige Bueckers and UConn 71-69 in the women's Final Four on Friday night.

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Next up for the Hawkeyes (34-4) is a rematch with unbeaten South Carolina, which also had a perfect record last year before losing to Iowa in the national semifinals.

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The Hawkeyes then fell to LSU in the title game. South Carolina has been the top of the top.

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They’re in a different league. We’re going to do everything we can to try to be right there with them,” Clark said.

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“But, yeah, I think the biggest thing is enjoy this tonight and we’ll go over the scout early in the morning.”

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After a rough opening 30 minutes because of a swarming UConn defense, the NCAA Division I career scoring leader scorer finally got going in the fourth quarter.

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Iowa led 70-66 before Nika Muhl hit a 3-pointer after a steal with 39.3 seconds left to get the Huskies within one.

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Iowa’s Hannah Stuelke turned it over with 10 seconds left. UConn had a chance to take the lead, but Aaliyah Edwards was called for an offensive foul while setting a screen with 3.9 seconds left.

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