Chennedy Carter got a surprising reception from Chicago Sky fans after checking into her first home game since Saturday’s foul on Caitlin Clark.

The Sky guard has been trending since hitting the Indiana Fever rookie with a nasty body check during the weekend’s clash.

Chennedy Carter waiting to check into game

Carter hasn’t backed down from all the criticism she’s been receiving, and it appears Sky fans are with her. She entered Tuesday night’s game against the New York Liberty to a standing ovation.

Chennedy Carter put on a show for the home crowd, scoring 16 points, hauling three rebounds, and making two assists in a 26-minute outing. However, her efforts were not enough for a win as the Sky lost 88-75 and fell to 3-5.

Chennedy Carter Has No Regrets

Chennedy Carter has put the Caitlin Clark foul behind her but could not help her team snatch a win at home.

She spoke to reporters before the game and insisted she had “no regrets” over the viral body check.

“I’m going to compete and play 100% hard no matter who it is or who we’re playing,” she said, per CBS Chicago.

“We’ve been able to take a lot of hits in the last 24, 48 hours. I’m over here smiling,” she also said, per the Daily Herald. “I’m not complaining. … At the end of the day, it’s all love outside of basketball. When we’re in those four lines, it’s smoke. After, it’s all love.”

The WNBA has since upgraded Carter’s foul to a flagrant-1 violation, but she received no further punishment.