With a free throw at the 13:32 mark of the first half on Friday night against Colorado, senior guard Jazmine Davis became the all-time leading scorer in Washington women’s basketball history with her 2,028th point.
Three weeks into the conference season, the top of the Pac-12 continues to separate itself from the rest of the group. Oregon State and Arizona State have risen to the top, and all eyes will be on Tempe, Ariz., on Sunday when the two match up.
While most of the conference will be talking about the Washington women’s basketball team’s matchup with No. 9 Oregon State on Monday, the Huskies know they must first take care of business when they start the weekend at Oregon on Friday at 8 p.m. on Pac-12 Networks.
After a few weeks of play in one of the most intriguing in the country, the Pac-12 women’s basketball standings have started to sort themselves out. But there will be interesting battles throughout the season, and throughout the standings.
Although she hasn’t yet played in 50 college games, sophomore guard Kelsey Plum is already rewriting the Washington women’s basketball program’s record books. Her ability to put up points at ease will most likely make her the best scorer to ever don the purple and gold for the Huskies.