We’re just about at the midway point of the college basketball season, but we may have already seen one of the most complete performances.
Grambling guard Shakyla Hill put up a quadruple-double on Wednesday night while leading her team to a 93-71 win over Alabama State.
Hill scored 15 points, grabbed 10 rebound, handed out 10 assists and finished with 10 assists while shooting 6-for-11 from the field.
SECURED. THE. BAG! pic.twitter.com/GLVVMmdEZ4
— Steven J. Gaither (@stevenjgaither) January 4, 2018
According to ESPN it was the first quadruple-double in women’s D1 basketball in almost 25 years. The 5-7 junior from Little Rock, AK, Hill has been a force all season, averaging 12.6 points and 5.3 assists per game.
Her specialty, though, is defense. She’s second in the nation in steals per game at 5.6 per game, having picked opponents pockets 73 times so far.