PHOTO: Everyone’s Going Wild Over Caitlin Clark’s Stunning Outfit That Was Showing Some Skin At The SNL After-Party

Caitlin Clark (Photo by Roy Rochlin/Getty Images for Empire State Realty Trust)

Iowa Hawkeyes great Caitlin Clark made a surprise appearance on “Saturday Night Live” over the weekend, and the live audience loved every minute of it as her celebrity status continued to grow ahead of the WNBA Draft and her first career professional game.

During the SNL appearance, Caitlin Clark joined “Weekend Update” hosts Colin Jost and Michael Che.

The future Indiana Fever superstar called out Che for his previous women’s basketball jokes but would end by thanking all women’s basketball legends who played before her.

The NCAA Division I all-time leading scorer wasn’t just there for the appearance, as she was there to get her party on as well before the WNBA Draft on Monday night.

Clark ditched her varsity jacket paired with black pants and a white top from the show and opted for a simple yet fashionable white cropped top that showed off a bit of her toned midsection, black wide-legged pants, a sling bag, and Nike sneakers. She also threw on some jewelry.

Caitlin Clark is enjoying herself in New York as she traveled there before the WNBA draft and is expected to be selected as the number one overall pick by the Indiana Fever.

The spotlight will be on the Fever, which will play 36 of its 40 regular-season games on national TV, as the WNBA hopes to ride the Caitlin Clark frenzy.

Caitlin Clark Finished Her College Career With Several Records Despite No National Championship Win

Caitlin Clark (Photo by Gregory Shamus/Getty Images)

NCAA Division I all-time scoring leader Caitlin Clark couldn’t win a National Championship during her college career, but she certainly left her mark on the sport forever.

Clark finished her career with 3,951 career points and in sixth place on college basketball’s all-division, all-time scoring list.

Last month, she passed the late Pete Maravich to become the career D-I scoring leader among men or women. Earlier this season, she passed Kelsey Plum for the women’s NCAA record and Lynette Woodard for the 3,649 points she scored for Kansas from 1977 to 1981.

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