Caitlin Clark sends women’s college basketball ticket prices soaring to record levels… with one ticket priced at an astonishing FIFTHY THOUSAND dollars as the Iowa sensation nears the all-time NCAA scoring record against Ohio State

  • Clark will play in her last guaranteed college home game against the Buckeyes
  • The sensation needs just 18 points to break Maravich’s long-standing record
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The demand to see Caitlin Clark likely break the NCAA’s all-time scoring record during her final home game for Iowa against Ohio State has reached record levels, with one ticket selling for $48,609 online. 

And that is not even for a courtside seat. 

The ticket in Section E, Row 33 skyrocketed in price Sunday morning on SeatGeek, with the second-highest-priced ticket selling for a lowly $670. 

Clark has already broken the women’s college basketball all-time scoring record, and only needs 18 points to break the overall NCAA record held by basketball legend and LSU alumnus Pete Maravich. 

Maravich sits at 3,617 career points, while Clark is averaging 32.2 points per game, and has scored 21 points or more in every game this season. The prices shooting up could be in response to the guarantee to see history, not just a chance. 

Clark will likely become the NCAA’s leading scorer on Sunday in her final college home game

One ticket on SeatGeek was asking for nearly $50,000 to watch Clark play on Sunday live

One ticket on SeatGeek was asking for nearly $50,000 to watch Clark play on Sunday live

Clark declared for the WNBA Draft earlier this week, which means the end of her college career after this month’s NCAA Tournament. 

The Hawkeyes are 25-4 and are nearly guaranteed a top-4 seed in the NCAA Tournament, meaning Iowa would host first and second round games in the postseason tournament.  

Clark will likely get two more chances to play in front of a hometown crowd in a few weeks, but Sunday serves as Senior Day. In addition, the NCAA is never a guarantee. 

A loss to Ohio State on Sunday and falling in the Hawkeyes’ Big Ten Conference Tournament opener could send them falling down the rankings.  

Yet, it’s clearly Clark’s chance at history that is driving prices that are equal to a down payment on a home.