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.
NEW: @UW_WBB's Kelsey Plum reaches 2,000 points with three-pointer.
— Pac-12 Networks (@Pac12Networks) January 31, 2016
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.
— Washington Huskies (@UWAthletics) January 31, 2016
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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