Her latest effort was carrying her team to an overtime win over No. 1 South Carolina.

Victaria Saxtons layup over Olivia Nelson-Ododa gave the Gamecocks a 52-50 lead, and Bostons jumper extended that to 54-50 with just under 2½ minutes to play.
But Bueckers, who also had six steals and five assists, hit two straight jumpers to tie the game at 54 with 46 seconds left in regulation.
Shes that player, UConn coach Geno Auriemma said. Shes that player that comes along that people talk about Hey did you see that kid from Connecticut? Shes that kid.
Henderson missed a fall-away jumper with 4 seconds left and the Gamecocks missed three chances to tip-in a game winner.
The loss ended a 12-game winning streak for South Carolina.
Well learn from it, South Carolina coach Dawn Staley said. I told our players that everything we want is still in front of us.
This was the first overtime win for the Huskies since December of 2004, when they needed extra time to beat South Florida. They had lost seven straight overtime games since then.