Iowa’s Caitlin Clark featured in new women’s hoops docuseries

By Thomson Reuters Mar 18, 2024 | 10:28 AM

A four-part docuseries following Iowa star Caitlin Clark and two other college basketball stars will premiere on ABC and ESPN+ in May.

Omaha Productions is releasing “Full Court Press,” which tracks the last year of Clark, Kamilla Cardoso of South Carolina and UCLA’s Kiki Rice through the 2023-24 season.

Clark’s fourth and final season at Iowa included several marquee moments. She became the all-time leader in points scored in women’s college basketball and later claimed the all-time scoring record in college basketball history, overtaking LSU’s Pete Maravich, while guiding the Hawkeyes to the Big Ten title.

Iowa is attempting to return to the Final Four after finishing as national runner-up to LSU last April. The Hawkeyes are a No. 1 seed with a potential rematch with LSU possible in the regional semifinals. The Lady Tigers are a No. 3 seed.

Cardoso helped carry South Carolina to a perfect 32-0 record and the top overall seed in the 2024 tournament. She’s unavailable for the opening-round game because of a fight in the SEC tournament win over Angel Reese and LSU.

Rice and UCLA earned a No. 2 seed, the highest in program history, in the same regional as LSU and Iowa.

Omaha Productions shared few details on the contents of the debut episode airing May 11.

–Field Level Media