Kansas State beats Caitlin Clark, Iowa for feat not seen in 41 years

Thursday night's exciting 65-58 victory over Caitlin Clark and the No. 2 Iowa Hawkeyes by the Kansas State women's basketball team created school history.

According to ESPN, there have already been three losses by teams ranked in the top two this season, which is tied for the most in the previous 25 years before November ends.

Ayoka Lee led the Wildcats with 22 points and 12 rebounds, while Serena Sundell had seven points, three assists, and five rebounds in 40 minutes. Zyanna Walker had 12 points, 2 assists, 3 rebounds.

Iowa's Caitlin Clark scored 24 points but shot only 2-for-16 from outside, a 12.5% clip. That's far below her 37.7% season average. She had little help, with only Molly Davis scoring 10.

Iowa outrebounded Kansas State 47–38 and 15–11 offensively, but the Wildcats scored 18 points to the Hawkeyes' nine.

Lee's squad scored 14 points off turnovers, helping win the close game. Iowa scored nine on Kansas State mistakes.

Kansas State women's basketball rises to 3-0 following the remarkable win, while Caitlin Clark and Iowa fall to 3-1. They hope to counter Drake on Sunday. The Wildcats will play in Kansas on the same day to maintain unblemished.Somebody help!