Caitlin Clark Iowa vs. Michigan State college basketball

Caitlin Clark's buzzer-beating 3-pointer secured a thrilling 76-73 victory for No. 4 Iowa against Michigan State. 

The nation's leading scorer, Caitlin Clark, finished the game with an impressive 40 points, contributing significantly to Iowa's success.

Iowa's winning streak extended to 11 games, showcasing the team's dominance in the Big Ten.

Despite a challenging stretch in the second and third quarters, Caitlin Clark displayed resilience, scoring crucial points in the final moments.

Hannah Stuelke played a pivotal role, providing a crucial pass to Clark for the game-winning shot from 30 feet beyond the Hawkeyes logo.

Michigan State's DeeDee Hagemann's layup tied the game at 73 with 22 seconds left, setting the stage for Clark's dramatic buzzer-beater.

The Spartans, under first-year coach Robyn Fralick, demonstrated competitiveness against the formidable Hawkeyes, maintaining a four-game winning streak coming into the game.

The game featured momentum swings, with Iowa responding to Michigan State's 8-0 opening run with a 14-0 run of their own.

Julia Ayrault and DeeDee Hagemann led the scoring for Michigan State, contributing to a closely contested matchup with Iowa.