Angel Reese’s surprised reaction after Caitlin Clark hit her in the face with a 3-pointer is going viral following LSU’s loss to Iowa. Details in the Comments section!

Iowa's Caitlin Clark breaks the NCAA all-time women's scoring record : NPRAngel Reese and Caitlin Clark  (Photo by Andy Lyons/Getty Images)
A photo of Angel Reese’s reaction to Caitlin Clark making a big-time three-point shot in Monday’s Elite 8 showdown has quickly gone viral.

ESPN cameras caught Angel Reese’s priceless reaction after Caitlin Clark made a three-pointer in the third quarter of the LSU-Iowa contest. The Hawkeyes went on to win 94-87 to secure a Final Four appearance:

One of the key storylines going into this game was Iowa’s aim for revenge after losing to LSU by 17 points in the national championship game last year. But one year after Caitlin Clark’s Hawkeyes suffered a heartbreaking defeat, they got a nice piece of vengeance by getting the defending champions.

Clark finished with a game-high 41 points to go along with seven rebounds, 12 assists and a pair of steals. She shot 13-of-29 from the field and made 9-of-20 three-pointers in the Hawkeyes’ seven-point victory, per ESPN.

Reese did her part in trying to keep the Tigers’ season alive, finishing with 17 points, 20 rebounds, four assists and two steals. Flau’jae Johnson was LSU’s leading scorer on the night

While Caitlin Clark has already announced that she’s declaring for the 2024 WNBA Draft, Angel Reese has yet to reveal a decision on her basketball future. Clark is a virtual lock to go first overall in the upcoming 2024 WNBA Draft, with the Indiana Fever holding the top selection.

South Carolina and North Carolina State are the other teams that have clinched a spot in the Final Four. The victor of UConn and USC will join those two and Iowa in the semis.

Caitlin Clark Has A Chance To Complete Her NCAA Legacy

Caitlin Clark #22ALBANY, NEW YORK – APRIL 01: Caitlin Clark #22 of the Iowa Hawkeyes cuts down the net after beating the LSU Tigers 94-87 in the Elite 8 round of the NCAA Women’s Basketball Tournament at MVP Arena on April 01, 2024 in Albany, New York. (Photo by Andy Lyons/Getty Images)
The 22-year-old Caitlin Clark is the all-time leader in NCAA Division 1 scoring, having surpassed Pete Maravich last month. Heading into the March Madness tournament, Clark had nothing else to prove nor accomplish as an individual.

The only thing missing on her otherwise near-flawless resume is a national championship before she turns pro. With a victory over the Tigers, the Hawkeyes’ hopes of sending Clark out on a high note remain intact.

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