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Surprising absolutely no one, Kelsey Plum went to the San Antonio Stars tonight as the No. 1 overall pick in the WNBA draft.

Plum broke a litany of records in her senior season at Washington this year, including the all-time scoring mark for womenā€™s college basketball. She also set the overall NCAA single-season scoring record with 1,109 points and became the the top scorer in overall Pac-12 basketball history. The 5-foot-8 guard averaged 31.7 points this season and won the Naismith Trophy.

Tennesseeā€™s Diamond Deshields, the only player who could have possibly challenged Plumā€™s status as the top pick, opted to stay in school another year and sealed the overall No. 1 spot for Plum. Alaina Coates of South Carolina went to the Chicago Sky with the No. 2 pick, and Evelyn Akhator of Kentucky went to the Dallas Wings at No. 3.