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Career triple-double leaders in women’s college basketball

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The list of women’s college basketball players with the most career triple-doubles begins with Sabrina Ionescu, whose 26 are the second closest (Lamar’s Chastady Bards, who had nine from 2016 to 2019). almost three times as much. But the gap between Ionescu and the rest of her squad is closing as Iowa’s Kaitlyn Clarke put in a dominating play in her first three of her seasons during her college days.

Kaitlyn Clarke led the Hawkeyes to their biggest win of the season. So far, it’s January 24th. They beat undefeated Ohio State 83-72 behind Clarke’s 28 points, 15 assists and 10 rebounds. It is her eighth triple and her double of her college career.

Clarke is currently third on the list of players with the most triple-doubles in Division I women’s basketball history.

Here’s the latest list of female DI players with the most career triple-doubles. NCAA Record Book hereYou can also see the latest list of Triple Doubles for this season. Visit the NCAA.com stats page here.

DI Women’s College Basketball Career Triple-Double 1st Place

player school Year triple double
Sabrina Ionescu Oregon 2017-20 26
Chasstady Bards Lamar University 2016-19 9
Kaitlyn Clark^ Iowa 2020-23 8
Susie McConnell Pennsylvania 1985-88 7
Luella Tomlinson St. Mary’s (CA) 2008-11 7
Daniel Carson Youngstown Street 1982-86 6
Nicole Powell Stanford 2001-04 6
Alyssa Thomas Maryland 2011-14 6
Samantha Logic Iowa 2012-15 6
Joskin Garner northwest street 1993-96 Five
Shirley Lenning Kansas Street 2006-09 Five
Britney Griner Baylor 2010-13 Five
Kim Rock Mount St. Mary’s 1987-90 Four
tasha pointer Rutgers January 1998 Four
chelsea hopkins Duke/San Diego Street 2009-10,12-13 Four
Victoria McGowan bowling green/stetson November 13, 2009 Four
Shakira Hill Granbling 2016-19 Four
Stephanie Kurtz Loyola, Maryland 2017-20 Four
Chris Moe* Tennessee Institute of Technology 1983-86 3
Sabrina Johnson Rutgers/St. Johns (NY) 1986, 88-90 3
Andrea Kabwasa new mexico street 1989-92 3
Sheryl Swoopes texas tech 1992-93 3
Ticha Peniqueiro old dominion 1995-98 3
Carrie Banks Detroit 1997-00 3
Sarah Nord Louisville 2001-04 3
Monica Gibbs UTSA 2006-09 3
Claire Forcher portland street 2007-10 3
Courtenay Pilipaitis Vermont 2007-10 3
Amanda Zahui B. Minnesota 2014-15 3
Brittany Boyd California 2012-15 3
Grace Burger Indiana 2019-22 3
Hayley Kavinder^ fresno street 2020-22 3

*Moye had two unofficial triple-doubles during the 1985 season, but before assists were added as an official statistic.
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