Grambling State basketball player Shakyla Hill put on a historic performance Wednesday night during the Tigers’ 93-71 win over Alabama State.
Hill recorded her tenth assist of the night to secure the fourth quadruple-double in NCAA women’s basketball history.
She became the first Division I basketball player — man or woman — from an HBCU to hit the rare milestone.
The junior guard finished the game with 15 points, 10 rebounds, 10 assists and 10 steals.
It is the first quadruple-double since 1993, when Soja Tate put up 29 points, 14 rebounds, 10 assists and 10 steals for Arkansas State. The other two quadruple-doubles were recorded by Lamar’s Ramona Jones in 1991 and Loyola Chicago’s Veronica Pettry in 1989.
The win moved Grambling State to 5-8 on the season, but they hold a perfect 2-0 record in conference play.
Up next for the Tigers is a two-game road stretch against Southern on Jan. 6 and Alcorn State on Jan. 8. The team returns home next Saturday, Jan. 13 against Prairie View.