About Kelsey

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University of Washington women’s basketball team plays Stanford

About Kelsey Plum

The NCAA All-Time Women’s Basketball leading scorer, Kelsey has already cemented her name in the history books. Dynamic and skilled, Kelsey can score in every way. Compared to the likes of James Harden, she is one of the most exciting players in the women’s game today.  

Kelsey lead the Washington Huskies to the first Final Four in program history and became the first Pac-12 player to win the AP women’s basketball Player of the Year award while sweeping all other honors, including Dawn Staley, Nancy Leiberman and National Player of the Year Awards. In her final season at Washington, Kelsey average 31.7 points per game en route to breaking the NCAA single-season scoring record. She also averaged 5.1 rebounds, 4.8 assists and  1.5 steals while leading Washington to a 29-6 record – the most wins in school history.



College/Country: Washington

Position: Guard

Height: 5’8

Birthdate: Aug. 24, 1994

Birthplace: Poway, Calif.

High School: La Jolla Country Day 



Honda Sport Award (2017)

John R. Wooden Award (2017)

Wade Trophy (2017)

Nancy Lieberman Award (2017)

Naismith College Player of the Year (2017)

USBWA Player of the Year (2017)

Dawn Staley Award (2017)

AP Player of the Year (2017)

espnW Player of the Year (2017)

NCAA all-time women’s basketball leading scorer (2017)

CalHiSports Ms. Basketball (2013)

WBCA High School All-American (2013)

McDonald’s All-American (2013)