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Caitlin Clark Props for March Madness + WNBA

Brace yourselves because the madness is about to reach new heights in the 2024 Women’s National Championship Tournament. And at the center of it all is the one and only Caitlin Clark and her No. 2 ranked Iowa Hawkeyes.

Selection Sunday has come and gone, and the Hawkeyes now know their path to a potential return to the Final Four. But let’s be real, with Caitlin Clark leading the charge, anything is possible. View the latest Caitlin Clark March Madness props.

Caitlin Clark and Iowa are popular March Madness betting picks.
If Caitlin Clark leaves Iowa with a national title, she’ll have earned every bit of it. Image from x/@IowaWBB

This woman is a force to be reckoned with. Just last week, she was named a semifinalist for the Naismith Player of the Year Award, and let’s not forget that she won that prestigious honor last season. Talk about dominance!

But Clark and her Hawkeyes haven’t been resting on their laurels. They’ve been busy making history and rewriting record books. After winning the Big Ten Tournament by beating Nebraska 94-89 in an overtime thriller on March 10, Clark and her team had a well-deserved week to recharge and prepare for the madness ahead.

And when I say Clark has been rewriting record books, I’m not exaggerating. This season alone, she leads the nation in assists (8.6 per game) and scoring (an incredible 32 points per game). Her scoring prowess is so ridiculous that she has already amassed 3,771 career points and passed the legendary Pete Maravich on March 3 to become the all-time leading scorer in NCAA Division I. Let that sink in for a moment.

So, as the madness of the 2024 Women’s National Championship Tournament unfolds, keep your eyes peeled for Caitlin Clark and the Iowa Hawkeyes. They’re on a mission to leave their mark, and with a player like Clark leading the charge, anything is possible.


Caitlin Clark March Madness Betting Props

When will Caitlin Clark record her 538th career made 3-pointer?

  • Elite 8 +200
  • Not in 2024 +200
  • Sweet 16 +300
  • Final 4 +500
  • National Tournament Championship Game +1200
  • Second Round +5000



Caitlin Clark WBNA Props


Will Caitlin Clark will be the 2024 WNBA Rookie of the Year?

  • Yes -400
  • No +250


Caitlin Clark will be the 2024 WNBA MVP:

  • Yes: +800


How many total points per game will Caitlin Clark average in her rookie season in the WNBA?

  • Over 21.5: -120
  • Under 21.5: -120


How many points will Caitlin Clark score in her first WNBA game as a starter?

  • Over 20.5: -130
  • Under 20.5: -110


What will Caitlin Clark’s 3-point field goal % be in her first WNBA game as a starter?

  • Over 30.5: -130
  • Under 30.5: -110



When does Caitlin Clark, Iowa play in NCAA tournament?


After an absolute tear of a season, where they won their third consecutive Big Ten Tournament championship and racked up an impressive 29-4 record, the Hawkeyes have been selected as a No. 1 seed in the Albany Regional 2. Talk about a well-deserved accolade!

But their journey to the Final Four is just getting started. First up, they’ll have to take on the winner of Holy Cross and the University of Tennessee-Martin in the first round on Saturday, March 23, right in their own backyard at the Carver-Hawkeye Arena in Iowa City. Tipoff is set for 3 p.m. ET, and you can catch all the action on ABC.

If the Hawkeyes manage to advance (and let’s be real, with Caitlin Clark leading the charge, they’re a force to be reckoned with), they’ll face the winner of West Virginia and Princeton in the second round on Monday, March 25. The time of the game is still TBD, but you can bet your bottom dollar that it’s going to be a must-watch showdown.

Now, here’s where things get really interesting. To get back to the Final Four, the Iowa women have a treacherous road ahead. There’s a potential Sweet 16 matchup against Kansas State, and if they survive that, they might have to face the mighty LSU in the regional final.

But let’s be real, with Caitlin Clark on their side, the Hawkeyes have a fighting chance against any opponent that dares to stand in their way. This woman is a walking highlight reel, and she’s not done making history just yet.


Women’s College Basketball National Championship Odds


  • South Carolina -120
  • LSU +650
  • Iowa +650
  • Connecticut +1400
  • Stanford +1600
  • Texas +2000
  • Ohio State +2500
  • UCLA +3000
  • USC +3000
  • NC State +4000
  • Notre Dame +5000
  • Utah +8000
  • Indiana +8000
  • Virginia Tech +10000
  • Colorado +10000
  • Gonzaga +10000



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