California Golden Bears senior Kristine Anigwe is going out on top.
In her final regular season game, Anigwe extend her streak of double-doubles to a conference-record 30 games in Sunday’s 80-58 win over the Washington State Cougars. In the process, she also became the first women’s college basketball player to record a 30-30 game in 17 years.
Anigwe dominated with 32 points and 30 rebounds, the latter of which tied the Pac-12’s record for a single game and topped Cal’s previous record by three. Anigwe even out-rebounded Washington State by eight just by herself.
The most recent 30-30 game from a Division I player came via UMass’ Jennifer Butler on December 28, 2002. Just six players ever have bested Anigwe's 30 rebounds in a single game, including Deborah Temple, who pulled in a D-I record 40 boards in 1983.
The nation’s leading rebounder, Anigwe displayed expert touch around the rim and even dished out several impressive assists.
— Cal Basketball (@CalWBBall) March 3, 2019
Just two days earlier, Anigwe tied the conference record of 29 straight double-doubles, which had belonged to the Oregon Ducks’ Jillian Alleyne from three years earlier. Anigwe holds the fourth-longest streak in all of women’s college basketball with a handful of potential games left.
The Golden Bears will face off against the Cougars again on Thursday in the first round of the Pac-12 Tournament and could play up to three more games before heading to the NCAA Tournament. At 18-11, Cal is not a shoo-in to go dancing, but with a strong conference tournament push, it could earn Anigwe a few more games to extend her conference record.
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