As Caitlin Clark closes in on all-time scoring record, how to watch Iowa vs. Ohio State

Another record could fall Sunday when Caitlin Clark and Iowa Hawkeyes take on the second-ranked Ohio State Buckeyes on Senior Day. Clark and four other seniors (Molly Davis, Sharon Goodman, Gabbie Marshall, and Kate Martin) will be honored following the game.

Clark has 3,650 career points and is only 18 points from passing LSU's Pete Maravich on the all-time scoring list after the reigning player of the year posted her sixth triple-double of the season and 17th of her career with 33 points, 12 assists and 10 rebounds in a 108-60 rout over Minnesota.

Clark also passed Lynette Woodard of Kansas to become the all-time leading scorer in major women’s college basketball and set the NCAA single-season mark for 3-pointers made. Clark is 35 three-pointers away from breaking the career record set by Oklahoma's Taylor Robertson last season.

The Hawkeyes (25-4, 14-2 Big Ten), at this point, are playing for NCAA tournament seeding as Ohio State (25-3, 16-1 Big Ten) clinched the outright Big Ten regular-season title with a 67-51 win over Michigan on Thursday.

Despite 45 points from Clark, Ohio State beat Iowa 100-92 on Jan. 21 in Columbus in front of a school-record crowd. Ohio State has won 15 games in a row.

Here's how to watch and stream Sunday's game between No. 6 Iowa and No. 2 Ohio State.

The scoring record isn't as important as how Caitlin Clark has changed the conversation.
The scoring record isn't as important as how Caitlin Clark has changed the conversation.

When is Iowa women's basketball playing Ohio State?

Tip-off for the Hawkeyes-Buckeyes matchup is set for Sunday, March 3, at 1 p.m. ET from Carver-Hawkeye Arena in Iowa City, Iowa.

How to watch Iowa women's basketball vs. Ohio State

Ohio State at Iowa can be seen nationally on FOX and can be streamed using the FOX Sports App. The game can also be found on Fubo. For FOX, Gus Johnson will be on the play-by-play and with analyst Sarah Kustok. Allison Williams will handle sideline duties.

How many points does Caitlin Clark need to pass Pete Maravich?

Clark enters the regular-season finale with 3,650 career points, just 18 from passing Pete Maravich on the all-time scoring list. She is averaging 32.2 points per game this season. Iowa's next game will come in the Big Ten conference tournament.

This article originally appeared on USA TODAY: Caitlin Clark's next game: Iowa faces Ohio State on Senior Day