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Quadruple-double: Grambling’s Hill records historic feat

In tonight’s win, Grambling State’s Shakyla Hill recorded the first quadruple-double since 1993.

NCAA BASKETBALL: NOV 25 Women's - Miami Thanksgiving Tournament - Grambling State at Miami Photo by Richard C. Lewis/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images

It has been 25 years since a women’s college basketball player has recorded a quadruple-double.

The wait is finally over.

Tonight, as Grambling State played against Alabama State, Shakyla Hill put on a CLINIC as she made history by recording a quadruple-double — the fourth one in NCAA women’s history.

Hill finished the game with 15 points, 10 rebounds, 10 assists, and 10 steals in the 93-71 for the Tigers.

The last player to record a stat-stuffing box score like this was Soja Tate of Arkansas State back in 1993.

NBA star James Harden from the Houston Rockets had something to say on Hill’s historic night: