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Iowa Hawkeyes star Caitlin Clark is considered by many to be the greatest and most dominant individual player in the history of women’s college basketball, but UConn Huskies legend Rebecca Lobo does not see it that way.

Rebecca Lobo, who led the Huskies to a perfect 35-0 record and was the unanimous National Player of the Year in 1995, does not think that Caitlin Clark belongs in the conversation as the greatest player in women’s college basketball history because she has not led her team to multiple national titles.

“I’ll tell you for me she is the best offensive player that I have ever seen, at least in the last 30 years that I have been either playing or calling women’s college basketball games,” Lobo said on ESPN’s Get Up. “When you get into the GOAT conversation, does she need to win a national championship to be considered the GOAT? I don’t think so, I think she needs to win multiple national championships to be in that kind of conversation.”

Lobo thinks that players like Candace Parker, Diana Taurasi, and Breanna Stewart all accomplished more throughout their careers by leading their teams to multiple championships.

“Because when you look at the history of the game, Candace Parker won two championships at Tennessee, Diana Taurasi won three championships at UConn … Breanna Stewart won four national championships. Not only won, four championships, she was the most outstanding performer in four Final Fours,” Lobo said.

Lobo does not deny Clark’s talent or what she has done for the game, but she just doesn’t think she belongs in the GOAT conversation.

“Caitlin is an incredible player, she has done more in terms of bringing attention and eyeballs to the women’s game than any player we have ever seen. That’s a mere fact,” Lobo said. “But when you want to talk about the GOAT conversation and you add championships to the mix, you have to understand the history of the game.”