Caitlin Clark Makes One Request To Former Iowa Teammate After Big Announcement.

Caitlin Clark established herself as a standout player for the Iowa Hawkeyes before transitioning to the WNBA. Throughout her four seasons with Iowa, Clark compiled an impressive college career that stands out as one of the best in women’s basketball history.

She achieved milestones such as winning two National Player of the Year awards, earning three first-team All-American honors, and setting a new record for the most points scored in college basketball, regardless of gender.

Apr 2, 2023; Dallas, TX, USA; Iowa Hawkeyes forward Hannah Stuelke, left, guard Kate Martin, middle, and guard Caitlin Clark huddle during a stop in play against the LSU Lady Tigers in the first half during the final round of the Women's Final Four NCAA tournament at the American Airlines Center.

Clark failed to achieve the one accolade in college: winning a National Championship. Clark and other stars such as Kate Martin and Gabbie Marshall led Iowa to two title appearances but fell just short in both.

Since Caitlin Clark’s arrival at the Indiana Fever, her presence has sparked a renewed interest in the WNBA. Despite a challenging start to the 2024 season, her influence has helped the team turn the tide, making them one of the most promising teams in the league.

On Thursday, Clark’s former Hawkeyes teammate, Jada Gyamfi, made a big announcement. Gyamfi revealed that she will be starting her podcast, Fresh Tawk. The podcast will premiere on July 2 and release a new episode every Tuesday.

Clark noticed Gyamfi’s announcement and made one simple request to her former Iowa teammate in the comment section.

“Get me on the show,” Clark said.

Clark also made note of the cereal box decoration in the background of Gyamfi’s post. The box contained an image of Clark during her time with the Hawkeyes.

“Love the cereal in the back,” Clark commented.

Gyamfi, who shared two seasons with Clark at Iowa, is a testament to the power of perseverance. Despite not getting much time on the court, she made her presence felt in 20 games last year, averaging 1.4 points and 0.6 rebounds in 4.0 minutes per game. With the departure of many Iowa starters, her potential for more playing time this upcoming season is a beacon of hope.

Watch out for upcoming episodes of ‘Fresh Tawk’ because Clark may be featured in one of them.