Caitlin Clark Made Awesome WNBA History in Fever’s Loss to StormS

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Caitlin Clark became the fastest player in WNBA history to record 300 points, 100 rebounds and 100 assists in the Indiana Fever’s 89-77 loss to the Seattle Storm on Thursday. 

Clark took 19 games to reach that feat, according to Across the Timeline. Former Charlotte Sting guard Andrea Stinson and All-Star Shannon Johnson previously held the record at 22 games back when they accomplished the feat in the late ‘90s.

Clark shot 4-of-9 from the field for 15 points against the Storm and went 3-of-7 from three-point range. She also added six rebounds and seven assists.

In front of a sellout crowd at Climate Pledge Arena in Seattle, which included basketball stars like WNBA legend Sue Bird and the Milwaukee Bucks’ Damian Lillard, Clark dazzled yet again, at one point draining a logo three.

Clark and the Fever (7-12) will continue their road trip and play the Phoenix Mercury on Sunday before facing the two-time defending champions, the Las Vegas Aces, on July 2.


Kristen Wong


Kristen Wong is a Staff Writer on the Breaking & Trending News Team at Sports Illustrated. She has been a sports journalist since 2020. Before joining SI, Kristen covered four NFL teams as an associate editor with the FanSided NFL Network and worked as a staff writer for the brand’s flagship site. She has written about soccer, the NFL, NBA, and MLB since 2020, and outside of work, has dreams of running her own sporty dive bar.

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