Caitlin Clark is unclear whether she'll leave for the WNBA after this season

Iowa star guard Caitlin Clark is in her fourth season at Iowa, and it may not be her last.

The All-American and reigning National Player of the Year is unclear whether she will enter the WNBA Draft following this season. 

Clark might use the COVID season of eligibility allowed to athletes during the epidemic to play a fifth season for the Hawkeyes. 

"I'm going to know when I need to know," Clark said during Iowa's media day Wednesday. "I believe it's similar to my college decision. 

It's as if I'm going through the recruiting process again.It is not something I think about or let bother me on a daily basis. I'm dedicated to helping this team be the best it can be. 

The most important thing is that I will simply trust my instincts. I'm not going to conduct extensive research on what's best. I'll trust my instincts and go with it." 

Clark coached Iowa to the national championship game last season before losing to LSU. 

She had a season to remember, averaging 27.8 points, second nationally, while leading the country in 8.6 assists per game and 3-pointers made (140). She also had an average of 7.1 rebounds. Clark won every major player of the year honor, including the Wooden honor and the Naismith Trophy. 


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