Caitlin Clark seizes records in sports, but gender gaps remain in America

 She's hard to miss. Multiple city billboards, cereal boxes, insurance and shoe advertising, and many T-shirts feature her.

  You can find her online. She endorses Panini, H&R Block, Nike, Buick, State Farm, Gatorade, and others.

 This season, University of Iowa Hawkeye women's basketball point guard Caitlin Clark has sold out nearly every game, setting record ticket prices.

 In a first for women's basketball, every Hawkeye home game sold out this year. 

 Most Big Ten women's teams have seen four times their regular attendance when the Hawkeyes are in town.

 More:Carver-Hawkeye Arena prepares for Iowa women's basketball season finale.

 She transformed the sport by attracting new fans of all genders and backgrounds to watch her score on her great play.

 Never before has a college women's athlete sparked such fanfare. Not even close. 

 Female athletes smashing male records impresses even non-basketball enthusiasts.

  She signs as many autographs as possible after every game for the crowds of younger youngsters of all genders who idolize her.

 After last month's regular season finale triumph against Indiana, Clark said, “I'm all about growing the women's game,” and she was delighted to give little girls something to scream about. 

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