Senior point guard Shakyla Hill etched her name in the history books as she became the only player in the history of college basketball to record two quadruple-doubles a collegiate career.
Hill was named the SWAC Women’s Basketball Player of the week for the sixth time this season, after her history-making performance.
The Little, Rock Ark. native leads the SWAC in points, assists, and steals per game.
She became the first player in Division 1 college basketball history to record two quadruple-double.
“I’m just blessed, words cannot describe how I’m feeling,” Hill told reporters in an post game interview.
“I want to thank my teammates for helping me achieve this record.”
Hill was not the only one with an emotional night, as Grambling State head coach.
Freddie Murray recorded his 50th career victory.