If you heard a player dropped a quadruple-double, who would you think of? Names like Westbrook, Harden and Giannis would most likely come to mind, but you’d be wrong.
Allow us to introduce you to Shakyla Hill, junior guard from Grambling State University.
So @shakylaa_ of @GSU_TIGERS just put up a quadruple-double: 15 points 10 rebounds 10 assists 10 steals SECURED. THE. BAG!
In last night’s 93-71 win over Alabama State, the 5-7 junior had a dream like stat line of 15 points, 10 rebounds, 10 assists and 10 steals, making her the first woman in D1 basketball to accomplish the feat in almost 25 years.
With 15 points, 10 rebounds, 10 assists, and 10 steals, Shakyla Hill of Grambling State recorded the 4th quadruple-double in Division I women’s basketball history, and first since January 27, 1993.
Hill has been all over TV and social media after her mind blowing performance last night, but the Little Rock, Arkansas native has been putting in work on the hardwood all season, ranking second in the nation in steals per game with an average of 5.6. And not only did Hill put the spotlight on herself, but she also contributed to the resurgence in HBCU basketball we’ve witnessed this season.
Looking forward to seeing more great work from Hill and the entire HBCU field this season.