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Kelsey Plum
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Kelsey Plum's Bio

About Kelsey Plum


Drafted in the first round (1st overall) of the 2017 WNBA Draft by the San Antonio Stars.


2017 (San Antonio)

Named to the WNBA All-Rookie Team … Ranked 20th in the league in assists (3.4), 17th in three-point field goal percentage (.365) and 14th in free throw percentage (.870) … Led all rookies in assists and free throw percentage (.870) … Had the third-highest scoring average (8.5) and fourth-best three-point shooting percentage among rookies … Scored a career-high 23 points and played a career-high 40 minutes vs. Seattle on August 5 … Gabbed a career-high 6 rebounds vs. Indiana on July 12 … Handed out a career-high 12 assists vs. Washington on August 4 … Recorded a career-high 3 steals vs. Connecticut on June 3 … Just missed out on her first career double-double with 9 points and 12 assists vs. Washington on August 4 … Recorded 13 games of 10 or more points, all in the final 19 games of the season …



2016-17 Broke all-time NCAA scoring record with 3,527 points … broke single-season NCAA scoring record with 1,109 points … broke 33-year-old NCAA career free throw record with 912 … named AP Player of the Year … named espnW Player of the Year … earned Pac-12 Player of the Year … named WBCA All-American … unanimous first team All-American by AP … unanimous first team All-American by espnW … won the Dawn Staley, Ann Meyers Drysdale, Nancy Lieberman awards, Naismith and Wade Trophy … earned fourth consecutive All-Pac-12 honor … Pac-12 All-Academic honorable mention … just 11 games into senior season, broke all-time Pac-12 scoring record (12/11) … became first player in Pac-12 history, female or male, to score 3,000 career points … became third player in NCAA history to reach 1,000 points in a single season … scored Pac-12 record 57 points against Utah (2/25) … broke Washington’s career three-point record against Savannah State … finalist for Wooden, Naismith, Lieberman, Dawn Staley, Dysdale awards … watch list for Wade Trophy … AP Preseason All-American … Athlon preseason First Team All-American … unanimous Preseason All-Pac-12 pick … finalist for Senior CLASS Award … six-time Pac-12 Player of the Week … preseason No. 6 player in nation by ESPNW … led the nation in scoring … became just second player in Pac-12 history to record 300 career three-pointers … three-time espnW Player of the Week … Naismith Trophy Player of the Week (1/9) … Ann Drysdale Player of the Week (1/11) … scored 44 points on four occasions, at Seattle U, vs. Boise State, at Oregon and vs. Stanford … drained career-high seven three-pointers against Stanford … recorded first career double-double vs. Oklahoma (3/20) with scored 38 points and 11 assists … 21 or more points in all 35 games … registered 17 30-plus games, five 40-plus games and one 50-plus … led the team in assists per game (4.8).

2015-16 Named the first WBCA All-American in Washington history … Lexington Region All-Tournament Team … Pac-12 All-Tournament Team … earned USWBA and Wooden Award All-American honors … Third Team AP All-America … Second Team All-America by ESPNW … WBCA All-Region for a second-straight year and All-Pac-12 for a third time … one of 10 semifinalists for the Naismith Award … one of 15 on the Wooden Award National Ballot … named one of 10 finalists for the Nancy Lieberman Award given to the nation’s top point guard … one of 16 players named to the Ann Meyers Drysdale Midseason Watch List for national Player of the Year … named to the Dawn Staley Award Midseason List for the nation’s top guard … for the week of January 11-17, earned the USBWA Ann Meyers Drysdale National Player of the Week, while also being named Pac-12 Player of the Week … named to the Wooden Award Preseason Top 30, the Naismith Early Season Watch List and the preseason All-Pac-12 Team … a Second Team CoSIDA Academic All-American, a CoSIDA Academic All-District award winner and a Academic All-Pac-12 Honorable Mention selection … led the Pac-12 and fourth in the nation in scoring at 25.9 points per game … led the nation in free throws made (266) and attempted (299), fifth in percentage (.890) … set UW records with 960 points, 308 field goals and 266 free throws … scored in double figures all 37 games, including 32 of at least 20 and 10 of at least 30 … also averaged 4.2 assists, 3.7 rebounds and 1.6 steals … became fastest player in Pac-12 and seventh in NCAA history to reach 2,000 points … started all 37 games and led the nation in minutes played with 1,414.

2014-15 Named a Wooden Top-15 Nominee … member of WBCA All-Region Team … also a candidate for the Naismith, Wade, Lieberman and Staley awards … All-Pac-12 selection after leading the conference in scoring at 22.6 ppg … set UW school record with 45 points in opener at Oklahoma (11/14) and earned Pac-12 Player of the Week honors … broke own single season scoring record with 746 points … set UW records with seven 30-point games and 21 20-point games … broke school records with 207 made free throws and by shooting 89.6 percent … set Pac-12 record with 35 consecutive free throws made … finished seventh in the nation in scoring, second in free throws made and 11th in free throw percentage … added 3.7 rebounds 3.3 assists and a career-best 51 steals on the year … started every game and led the Pac-12 in minutes played at 36.8 a game.

2013-14 Set the Washington single-season and Pac-12 freshman record for points with 712 … named Pac-12 Freshman of the Year … earned First Team All-Pac-12 honors … named to the Freshman All-America Team by … won seven Pac-12 Freshman of the Week honors … set the UW single-season record with 203 free throws made, which also led the Pac-12 … shot 84.6 percent (203-240) from the foul line, good for second in the Pac-12 … finished fourth in the Pac-12 at 20.9 points per game … also contributed 4.7 rebounds and 2.7 assists per game … made 81 3-pointers, which was tied for fourth in the conference and third all-time at UW … started all 34 games and was third in the Pac-12 at 37.3 minutes per game … set UW freshman record in points, minutes, field goals, field goal attempts, free throws, free throw attempts, 3-pointers, 3-point attempts and free throw percentage … scored in double figures in 33 of 34 games, 20 or more 20 times and 30 or over four times … had a career high and UW freshman record 38 points against Oregon (2/21) … made a Husky record 18 free throws on 18-19 shooting against Colorado (1/19) … had a career-high nine assists against California (2/7) … one of just three players in the nation with at least 200 field goals, 200 free throws and 80 3-pointers (Odyssey Sims – Baylor, Kelsey Minato – Army) … teamed with Jazmine Davis to form the second-highest scoring backcourt duo at 39.7 points (UT Martin).

Played for team USA at the U-19 World Championships in 2013, helping Team USA to the Gold Medal … named a Max Preps All-American, USA Today All-American, WBCA All-American and McDonalds All-American … led La Jolla Country to the State Championship her junior year … earned All-Coastal League in 2013 … All-CIF San Diego Section … D.I.V Player of the Year … Coastal League Player of the Year in 2013 …  name 1st-team All-State … Player of the Year in San Diego … Athlete of the Year in San Diego.

Majored in Anthropology … daughter of Katie and Jim Plum … enjoys sand volleyball and hanging out with her family … has three siblings, her brother Daniel, sister Kaitlyn who played volleyball at UC Davis, and her sister Lauren who played volleyball at Oregon … mother Katie played volleyball at UC Davis and her father Jim played football and baseball at San Diego State.


USA U19 National Team- 2013

World Championships U19 in Lithuania (Gold)- 2013

All-Pace 12 Freshman of the Year- 2014

Pac-12 All-Freshman Team- 2014

NIT Elite Eight- 2014

Capital One NCAA Division I Academic All-District 8 1st Team- 2015

All-Pac 12 1st Team- 2015, 2016, 2017

WBCA Division I All-Region 8 Team- 2015

USA National Team- 2015

Panamerican Games in Toronto (silver)- 2015

CoSIDA NCAA Division I Academic All-District 8 1st Team- 2016

CoSDIA NCAA Division I Academic All-America 2nd Team- 2016

Pac-12 Tournament Semifinals- 2016

NCAA Lexington Regional All-Tournament Team- 2016

USBWA NCAA All-America Team- 2016

AP NCAA All-America 3rd Team- 2016

ESPNW All-NCAA Division I 2nd Team- 2016

WBCA NCAA D1 All-America Team- 2016, 2017

WBCA Division I All-Region 5 Team- 2016, 2017

NCAA Final Four- 2016

All-Pac 12 Player of the Year- 2017

Pac-12 Regular Season Co-Runner-Up- 2017

NCAA Sweet 16- 2017

WBCA All-NCAA D1 Player of the Year- 2017

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