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March Madness: Here's where Caitlin Clark and Iowa will play next

The Hawkeyes and star Caitlin Clark are in the NCAA women's basketball championship.

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Caitlin Clark and the Hawkeyes are playing for the NCAA women's basketball championship.

After Iowa's thrilling Final Four victory over UConn on Friday, the Hawkeyes are set to clash with undefeated South Carolina in the final on Sunday. For Clark, this game marks her farewell as an amateur player, as the Hawkeyes aim to secure their first national championship title.

While Clark has collected her fair share of accolades and broken records in her final season at Iowa, there is one thing the 22-year-old star guard is still vying for -- an NCAA championship ring.

As the NCAA Tournament comes down to the wire, here's what you need to know about where Iowa will be competing next:

Where is Iowa women's basketball playing next?

The Hawkeyes and Clark will be playing the championship game in Cleveland, Ohio.

This venue, Rocket Mortgage Fieldhouse, is home to the NBA's Cleveland Cavaliers.

Who and when is Iowa women's basketball playing next?

Iowa is set to take on undefeated South Carolina on Sunday at 3 p.m. ET for the title.

How much are tickets to watch Caitlin Clark in March Madness?

If you watch to catch Clark one last time as an amateur, it won't be cheap. The average ticket price for Sunday's NCAA championship has reached about $2,900, according to StubHub. 

How to watch Iowa women's basketball:

If you cannot attend the action in Cleveland, the games will be available on TV and via stream on ESPN, ESPN+ and YouTubeTV.

The action in Ohio will tip off on April 5 and conclude with the championship game on April 7.

Where will Caitlin Clark play after March Madness?

Clark announced in February that she would be declaring for the 2024 WNBA Draft. The 22-year-old senior has one year of NCAA eligibility remaining due to COVID-19 modifications, but she elected to forgo her fifth year at Iowa.

With Indiana having the first draft pick, it is likely Clark will end up with the Indiana Fever.

Additionally, Clark was one of 14 players named to the USA Basketball women’s national team training camp roster. Participation would mark Clark the first woman to make the team without senior national team experience in at least 32 years, according to NBC Sports' Nick Zaccardi. The camp will take place from April 3-5 in Cleveland, Ohio.

Iowa’s Caitlin Clark broke "Pistol" Pete Maravich’s record of 3,667 points to become the NCAA Division I all-time leading scorer among all players, male or female. Since the state of Iowa is the biggest corn producer in the U.S., we decided to put Clark’s point total in context by comparing it to corn on the cob.
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