Here are the top reactions to Caitlin Clark becoming the NCAA's most prolific scorer

Caitlin Clark now stands alone.

The Iowa women's basketball star became the most prolific scorer in NCAA Division I basketball history, surpassing former LSU guard Pete Maravich's previous record of 3,667.

Clark was already an icon in sports, but now she has etched her name into history when she hit the free throw late in the second half to set the new standard.

It's a moment that had the sports world buzzing. Here are some of the top reactions to Clark setting the record.

Nike drops a new ad spot to commemorate Caitlin Clark

In the minutes after Clark broke the record, this commercial from Nike aired on the FOX broadcast that was playing the game.

State Farm, another company Clark represents, also shared its praise for Clark.

Caitlin Clark's (almost certain) future team congratulates her

Clark, who announced Thursday that she was declaring for the 2024 WNBA draft, is the presumptive No. 1 overall pick. The team with the top selection in the draft, the Indiana Fever, was quick to issue a quick congratulatory message.

The WNBA draft will take place April 15.

The other pro basketball team that plays in Indiana, the NBA's Pacers, also joined in on the fun to congratulate Clark.

From one scoring legend to another

Lakers icon LeBron James, who on Saturday night became the first player in NBA history to eclipse 40,000 career points, posted a message to call Clark a "bucket."

Magic Johnson applauds Caitlin Clark and Pete Maravich

Hall of Fame NBA guard Magic Johnson congratulated Clark and reflected on the impact she and Maravich had on the sport of basketball.

Trail blazer Billie Jean King calls Clark 'indomitable'

Travis Scott wants a Caitlin Clark jersey and Tim McGraw shed a tear

Rapper Travis Scott grabbed a courtside seat Sunday at Carver-Hawkeye Arena to watch Clark break the record. He posted a message saying he'd be looking for a Clark No. 22 Iowa jersey.

A music icon of a different genre, multiplatinum country singer Tim McGraw, also congratulated Clark. Reflecting on the moment as a father of three daughters, he said, "I admit I shed a tear or 2 watching!"

Iowa claims Clark as the G.O.A.T.

The program Clark has played for didn't need many characters; it simply called her "The Greatest of All Time."

The WNBA and NBA join the chorus

The NBA also chimed in to congratulate Clark.

NCAA points out Clark's greatness

The NCAA posted their message and shared a list of basketball records set by women that stand above the rest in both the men's and women's game.

This article originally appeared on USA TODAY: Caitlin Clark: Sports world reacts to Iowa star setting scoring record