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Nebraska stuns No. 2 Iowa as Caitlin Clark record chase continues - ESPN

LINCOLN, Neb. — Jaz Shelley's 3-pointer with 30 seconds left gave Nebraska its first lead as the Cornhuskers rallied from a 14-point fourth-quarter deficit to beat No. 2 Iowa 82-79 on Sunday.

Nebraska and Iowa fans alike came to Pinnacle Bank Arena hoping to see Caitlin Clark set the NCAA women's career scoring record on a nationally televised celebration of women's basketball.

What they got instead was a huge performance by the Cornhuskers (16-8, 8-5 Big Ten), whose first win over a Top 25 opponent this season and first over Iowa in 10 tries was punctuated by a student-led court storming.

Iowa's Caitlin Clark scored 31 points vs. Nebraska on Saturday to pull within seven points of tying the NCAA women's Division I career scoring record.

Clark scored 31 points but missed her final six shots, including one just before the buzzer. She was scoreless in the fourth quarter.

Clark now has 3,520 career points and needs eight more to pass Kelsey Plum's record of 3,527 for Washington from 2013-17.

Hannah Steulke's layup with 9:22 left gave Iowa (22-3, 11-2) its biggest lead, at 71-57. The Huskers then scored 23 of the next 31 points.

Shelley, who finished with 23 points including five 3-pointers, gave the Huskers the lead when she launched a 3 from the right corner as the shot clock was winding down.

Clark's 3-point try nicked off the front of the rim before Shelley made two free throws with 18.1 seconds left. Steulke scored to make it 80-79, but Shelley hit two more shots from the stripe, and Clark and Kate Martin missed 3s at the end.

Iowa had pulled away in the third quarter, making 9 of 12 shots and outscoring the Huskers 30-20.

The crowd was split evenly between Nebraska and Iowa fans. «Let's Go Hawks!» chants started before