By Matt Leon
PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – Triple-doubles in basketball don’t happen very often. In fact, in the history of Drexel women’s basketball, it had never been accomplished – that is until Thursday night.
Senior guard/forward Abby Redick became the first in program history to turn the trick in a win over William and Mary. She finished with 12 points, 10 rebounds and a career high 12 assists as the Dragons rolled, 89-49.
“It was definitely a lot of fun playing last night and having my teammates keep scoring the ball,” Redick tells KYW Newsradio. “I think we shot in the high 60’s (68%) last night (in the second half) , so it was a good win for us.”
Redick is very quick to deflect the credit for her special night to her teammates.
“I couldn’t have done any type of triple-double without them,” Redick says. “It’s definitely a very humbling accomplishment, to have the first one in the program’s history.”