Washington’s Kelsey Plum officially joined the NCAA 3,000 career points record on Friday night, as the Huskies took on Arizona in Tucson.

Washington won 90-73, while Plum had 36 points.

The 5-9 point guard from Poway, California became the Pac-12 all-time leading scorer back in December when she tallied 44 points against Boise State, bringing her point total to 2,759 at the time.

Pac-12 all-time scoring leaders

Player School Points
Kelsey Plum Washington 3,007
Chiney Ogwumike Stanford 2,737
Candice Wiggins Stanford 2,629

But now Plum could potentially add another record to her name, as the senior is making her way to the top of the list for the NCAA all-time scoring record, and could pass Jackie Siles who set the record in 2001. The senior is averaging 31 points per game.

Players with over 3,000 career points

Player School Year set record Points

Jackie Stiles

Southwest Miss. State 2001 3,393
Brittney Griner Baylor 2013 3,283
Patricia Hoskins Miss. Valley State 1989 3,122
Lorri Bauman Drake 1984 3,115
Jerica Coley Florida International 2014 3,107
Rachel Bunham Minnesota 2016 3,056
Elena Delle Donne Delaware 2013 3,039
Maya Moore UConn 2011 3,036
Chamique Holdsclaw Tennessee 1999 3,025
Cheryl Miller USC 1986 3,018
Kelsey Plum Washington 2017 3,007
Cindy Blodgett Maine 1998 3,005