NCAA college hoops is such an awesome sport. In the NCAA women's college hoops, you might only hear about UCONN's dominate season if your not actively following the season. UCONN deserves credit as they are on a 103-game win streak, the longest in NCAA women's hoops history. But with that great story, your missing out on another one.

Washington's Kelsey Plum has been a scoring machine her time there and had a shot at becoming NCAA Division 1's all-time leading scorer as they season began. Well she came, she saw, and she conquered, as with her masterful 57-point performance Saturday afternoon, she passed Jackie Stiles and is officially the all-time leading score in D-1 women's hoops.

Earlier than expected

Many expected for Plum to obtain the record but not for another week. Well she had other plans as she blew up scoring 57 points Saturday afternoon against Utah. She came into the game needing 54 points to break Stiles' record, but with her only averaging 30.7 PPG, many expected her to make a decent cut into that margin. She had some motivation as it was Senior Night for the Huskies and it was one of the last times Plum was going to take the floor in front of the Washington faithful. She exploded, shooting an efficient 19-28 and 13-16 from the foul line.

Earlier this season she was the Pac-12 all-time leading scorer, and was the first player on the men's or women's side to reach 3,000 points for her career.

Not to mention she set her program's record for points in a single game with this performance as well. She was three points off from setting the single-game scoring record for the NCAA.

She's not done

With her setting the record so early she has plenty of time make this record out of reach. As I stated before it was only senior night and this marks the end of the regular season.

Plum still has the conference tournament which she'll excel in, and she also has the NCAA tournament coming up in March.

She currently has 3,397 points for her career and I won't be surprised if she comes close to 3,750 points when it's all said and done. Plum has gotten the hard stuff out of the way as the pressure of setting a historic record could add some pressure on you.

Now she can play even more free knowing any more points she adds on top of this, is only putting the record further out of reach.

Congrats to Kelsey Plum as she will be forever part of college hoops history. Look out for her and her Huskies team as they can pose a real threat to UCONN in the NCAA Tournament.