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Kelsey Plum Breaks NCAA Division I Scoring Record

Kelsey Plum Breaks NCAA Division I Scoring Record

Washington Huskies guard Kelsy Plum became the NCAA’s Women’s Division I all-time leading scorer with an incredible 57 point performance in Huskies 84-77 win over Utah surpassing Jackie Stiles and the number 3,393.

“I’m glad it’s over,” Plum said. “It was getting to a point where it was almost disheartening in a way, because people expect so much, and I understand. I’m very grateful for the support our team has got and I’ve got. It’s nice to try to break barriers.”

Plum now sits at number one with 3,397 points.

 

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