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Caitlin Clark Bio, Age, Parents, Boyfriend, Career, Net Worth, and More

Caitlin Clark is a member of the Iowa Hawkeyes in the Big Ten Conference, holds the record for the highest career scoring in NCAA Division I women’s basketball.


Age- 22 years

Height- 1.83 m

Weight- 70 kg

Born- 22 January 2002

Birthplace- Des Moines, Iowa, United States

Profession-Basketball player

Nationality- American


Caitlin Clark’s parents are Brent Clark and Anne Nizzi-Clark. Brent, her father, is a sales executive at Concentric International and was a basketball and baseball player at Simpson College. Anne, her mother, is a former marketing executive.

Caitlin Clark parents


Caitlin Clark has an older brother named Blake, who competed in college football for Iowa State, and a younger brother named Colin. Additionally, her cousin Audrey Faber was a college basketball player for Creighton.


She is romantically involved with Connor McCaffery, who excelled in both basketball and baseball for Iowa. Connor is the son of Fran McCaffery, the head coach of the Hawkeyes men’s basketball team.

Caitlin Clark boyfriend


At the age of 13, she began playing in girls’ leagues several years ahead of her age group. Joining the All Iowa Attack AAU basketball program in sixth grade, she remained with the team until high school graduation. Coached by Dickson Jensen, her teammates included future WNBA player Ashley Joens. Inspired by Maya Moore of the Minnesota Lynx, she traveled with her father to watch WNBA games. Admiring All Iowa Attack alumnus Harrison Barnes, she became a fan of the North Carolina Tar Heels after his enrollment. During her tenure at Dowling Catholic High School in West Des Moines, she played varsity basketball under Coach Kristin Meyer. Notably, in February 2019, during her junior year, she scored 60 points in a game against Mason City High School.

In November 2020, she made her collegiate debut, showcasing impressive stats. Throughout her sophomore season, she continued to excel, setting records and garnering attention from broadcasters like Fox, who introduced the “Caitlin Cam” to capture her plays during games.

Caitlin Clark career

She achieved milestones such as reaching 1,000 career assists and becoming the NCAA Division I women’s career scoring leader in February 2024. On February 29, 2024, Clark made public her decision to enter the 2024 WNBA draft, opting out of her fifth season of eligibility, which had been extended to all players during the 2020–21 season as a response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

On January 25, 2024, a signed 2022 trading card of Clark fetched $78,000 at auction, marking the highest price ever paid for a women’s basketball card. This made it the second-most expensive card of a female athlete, trailing only behind tennis star Serena Williams. By February 2024, Clark had become the best-selling college athlete on Fanatics, an online sports merchandise retailer, surpassing Colorado Buffaloes quarterback Shedeur Sanders.

Net Worth

Caitlin Clark’s net worth is estimated to be $5 million.

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