Caitlin Clark is a big fish in the collegiate world of NIL (Name, image, and likeness), and she's now represented by one of the nation's top sports management companies.

Clark, who won virtually every women's basketball award in the nation following the 2022-23 season, has already signed a number of contracts with businesses wanting her as the face (or one of the faces) of their company.

Just as Clark's sophomore season was beginning in the fall of 2021, she signed with Iowa-based Hy-Vee.

In October of 2022, she was among five signees announced by Nike.

Two weeks ago, she joined State Farm. And Jake.

Clark has even more NIL deals than the ones mentioned above and you can expect to see more of her on your television screen and in other advertising soon. Today, she signed with Excel Sports Management.

Influencer Marketing Hub calls Excel Sports Management one of the ten best sports management companies in the U.S. They give the company additional credit because "they work hard to elevate female athletes. Their Women's Sport division helps to level and expand the playing field by helping them to create individualized brand strategies."

Excel Sports Management's talent roster includes Derek Jeter, Peyton and Eli Manning, and Tiger Woods. And now, Caitlin Clark.

Crossover at Kinnick: Iowa Women's Basketball
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Caitlin, the 2022-23 National Player of the Year, and her teammates start the 2023-24 season on Monday, November 6 at Carver-Hawkeye Arena.

Our Favorite Caitlin Clark Photos

Iowa's all-time leading scorer, after just three seasons, Caitlin Clark continues to build on her already legendary career.

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Our Favorite Photos From Iowa's Run to the NCAA Championship Game

The 2022-23 Iowa women's basketball season started on November 7 and concluded in the NCAA Championship Game against LSU on Sunday, April 2. Iowa went 31-7 and will be remembered forever for their five NCAA Tournament wins. Here are our favorite photos from the tournament.

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Iowa Final Four vs. South Carolina

On March 31, 2023, the 3rd-ranked Iowa women's basketball team played top-ranked, and undefeated South Carolina in the Final Four in Dallas, Texas. South Carolina had won 42 in a row. It would end with Iowa defeating South Carolina 77-73.

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