Kelsey Plum: Destined for greatness
Originally published March 1, 2017

From the time she first laced up her sneakers and stepped on the hardwood for the Huskies, it was evident Kelsey Plum was destined for greatness. With a 57-point barrage to cap her final regular season, Plum now stands alone atop women's college basketball as the No. 1 all-time scorer. Scroll down to take a trip through Plum's historic career and the many, many buckets she's scored with UW.

Kelsey Plum has put on a hellacious offensive display in her senior season, capping a historic career and passing some iconic female college basketball players. Plum's 57-point display against Utah made her the No. 1 all-time scorer in NCAA women's basketball, passing Jackie Stiles' previous record. Plum needs just 167 points to become the all-time leading scorer in Division I history, men's or women's. Here's a look at how Plum stacks up among the all-time greats.

Name Record Year Games
Kelsey Plum
3,498 2017 137
Jackie Stiles
SW Mizzou St
3,393 2001 129
Brittney Griner
3,283 2013 148
Patricia Hoskins
Mississippi Valley State
3,122 1989 110
Lorri Bauman
3,115 1984 120
Jerica Coley
3,107 2014 131
Rachel Banham
3,093 2016 142
Elena Delle Donne
3,039 2013 114
Maya Moore
3,036 2011 153
Chamique Holdsclaw
3,025 1999 148
Cheryl Miller
3,018 1986 128