Kelsey Plum became Division I women’s basketball’s all-time leading scorer in 2017, breaking a 16-year-old record held by Missouri State’s Jackie Stiles.

Plum, a certified bucket-getter at Washington, came into her Senior Day needing 54 points to pass Stiles’s career mark of 3,393. The nation’s leading scorer erupted for a career-high 57 points, shooting 19-for-28 from the field in addition to 13 free throws. Plum continued to add to her total until the Huskies’ season ended in the Sweet Sixteen of the 2017 NCAA tournament — finishing with 3,527 points.