On Senior Day, Kristin Juszczyk designs a custom vest for Caitlin Clark

The Iowa Hawkeyes Senior Day is set to be a momentous occasion for senior guard Caitlin Clark. She is on the verge of breaking the NCAA career scoring record held by Pete Maravich, needing only 18 points to achieve this remarkable feat. In anticipation of this significant milestone, Kristin Juszczyk, the wife of San Francisco 49ers star Kyle Juszcyk, has crafted a unique garment to honor the record-breaking moment.

Recently, Juszczyk has been busy crafting unique custom pieces for several prominent celebrities. Notably, he designed a one-of-a-kind puffer jacket inspired by Travis Kelce for the renowned pop icon, Taylor Swift.

Cassandra Negley from Yahoo Sports was the first to report the news, sharing a photo of the vest on social media. The vest proudly displays the numerous accolades she has achieved during her time as a collegiate athlete.

In a statement to Yahoo Sports, Juszczyk expressed her regret for not being able to include all of Clark’s remarkable achievements in her collegiate career.

“I would love to include all of her awards, but it would take 700 jackets to fit them all. It’s truly remarkable,” Juszczyk expressed to Yahoo Sports. “This is a one-of-a-kind piece, and I hope she cherishes it.”

This match holds immense significance, not just because of Clark’s imminent record-breaking achievement, but also for the Iowa team as a whole. They are going head-to-head against the formidable Ohio State, currently ranked second in the nation. A triumph in this game would undoubtedly serve as a compelling testament to Iowa’s capabilities and their genuine potential to secure a National Championship.

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