There’s a buzz in Northern California this year around the Stanford women’s basketball team.

The Cardinal enter the season ranked No. 3 in the AP preseason poll and had an impressive showing against Team USA in an exhibition match. Stanford fell 95-80 to Team USA, but fans got their first glimpse of freshman Fran Belibi, who became a viral dunking sensation before she became a collegiate student-athlete. Belibi was in the starting lineup for that game and had four points, two assists and two rebounds in her 9 minutes on the floor. 

In her first official collegiate career game on Tuesday night, Belibi recored a double-double, scoring 12 points and grabbing 15 rebounds in Stanford’s home-opener win over Eastern Washington

Belibi is just one of Stanford’s freshmen who could make an impact (the squad also has a No. 1 recruit in Haley Jones, who made our list for freshman to watch). Here are five things to know about her as she begins her collegiate career. 

She can dunk

Well — you may have known that already since the Colorado native became an internet sensation in high school after many of her slams were shared across social media. 

She became the first woman since Candace Parker in 2004 to win the Powerade Jam Fest dunk title at the McDonald’s All-American Game in March 2019.