The Washington senior entered her final regular-season home game Saturday at Alaska Airlines Arena needing 54 points against Utah to pass Jackie Stiles as the all-time leading scorer in NCAA Division I women's basketball history.
Plum got there with a historic effort, scoring a school-record -- men's or women's -- 57 to help the Huskies beat the Utes 84-77.
Washington coach Mike Neighbors called it the greatest performance he has seen in Plum's standout four-year career."Utah knew what we were doing," he said.
"They knew we were going to set a ball screen at some point in time and Kelsey was going to drive it -- and you still can't stop it.
When you can do that, that is that zone that I've heard people talk about."After she scored 25 points on Thursday against Colorado, nearly six below her NCAA-leading average, it seemed more likely Plum would surpass Stiles during next week's Pac-12 tournament, held across town at Key Arena.
Instead, Plum blew away her career high of 45 points, set last year against Oklahoma, which was also the school record. When [Chantel] Osahor fouled out, it's almost like she became possessed.
Joanie 4 Jackie quietly thrived until the early 2000s, providing an intimate, easy and invaluable way for female artists to reveal and share their lives.
Jackie is the self-absorbed, snobby, rich girl and girlfriend of Kelso, Hyde, and then Fez.
She is introduced in the pilot episode primarily as Michael Kelso's girlfriend.
She likes to give advice which often sounds typically thoughtless and superficial, but turns out to be occasionally correct.
She is rich, spoiled, conceited, and irritating, and is never really invited into the circle of friends--but believes she has a VIP pass into the group because she is dating Kelso, who is a member.