Washington's Kelsey Plum fastest in Pac-12 history to reach 2,000 points

A routine three pointer drained early in Sunday's game against Cal etched Huskies star guard Kelsey Plum's name in Pac-12 history; Plum is the fastest player in Washington women's basketball and Pac-12 history to reach 2,000 points. It took her just 88 games.

Plum is having a spectacular 2016 season. She currently leads the nation with an average of 27 points per game. The Huskies are ranked for the first time, at No. 25, since 2003.

Former teammate Jazmine Davis (2,227) and Jamie Redd (2,027) currently stand as Washington's all-time scoring leaders. After Sunday's game, Plum sits at 2,025 and is on pace to become the school's all-time leading scorer this season. 

Plum is coming off a record-breaking 2015; she set a UW school record for all-time single-season points with 746 and set the single-game point record with 45 in the Huskies' opener against Oklahoma. 

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