Caitlin Clark becomes the first WNBA rookie since Breanna Stewart to achieve a career-high stat

Caitlin Clark adds another record to her long list of historic achievements after Sunday’s Indiana Fever game against the Chicago Sky.

The Fever star became the first rookie since Breanna Stewart in 2016 to score at least 15 points, five assists and five rebounds in five games. Clark accomplished this feat in just the first 15 games of her rookie season. It took Stewart until September of her rookie year to achieve this feat.

Clark’s completed stat line for Sunday’s 91-83 win was 23 points, eight rebounds and nine assists. This win brought the Fever’s record to 5–10.

The four previous games in which Clark achieved this impressive statistic were her third WNBA game against the New York Liberty (22 points, six rebounds, eight assists) and then against the Seattle Storm (21 points, seven rebounds, seven assists). , then vs. Los Angeles Sparks (30 points, five rebounds, six assists) and then vs. Washington Mystics (30 points, eight rebounds, six assists).