History was made in Grambling on Saturday as Shakyla Hill recorded her second career quadruple double.
Hill became the first player in NCAA Division I history, men’s or women’s, to have multiple quadruple doubles in a career.
Shakyla finished with 21 points, 13 assists, 16 rebounds, and 10 steals.
Her coach, Freddie Murray, said he isn’t suprised it happened again.
Freddie Murray said, “She’s unselfish, not even knowing that shes anywhere near getting them. She’s one of the most unselfish basketball players that play the game. She doesn;t seek stats, doesn’t seek numbers, tries to get her teammates involved all the time, and so for her to get them, we say all the time she’s always flirting with them. She gets triple-doubles, and is maybe one or two steals away from getting quadruple-doubles. So, to get two, I’m not surprised.”