# #AshlynWatkins #SouthCarolina #femaleplayer
Southern Carolina first-year student Forward Ashlyn Watkins became the first Gamecock female player to record a world in a game, and the Division women’s history of women’s history on Thursday night against Clemson. At the end of the fourth quarter, Watkins, the champion of 3 former McDonald’s All American Dunk champion of 6 meters, stole the ball from a Clemson player before spreading to the ground in a separation and throwing it with his right hand. Gamecocks exploded in the celebration. “This is often something I did, and I had the opportunity to do it in a university game.” “It is incredibly for me. I feel great.” Southern Carolina coach Dawn Staley said he didn’t expect Dunk. “This surprised me,” Staley said. “I couldn’t really collect the ball properly … I just thought he would put it on the rim and put it on the rim. “This is very impressive. I saw that you did it millions of times, but it’s never at this level … That’s why it was great.” Watkins, Georgiann Wells , Charlotte Smith , Michelle Snow , Sancho Lyttle , Fran Belibi , Candace Parker , Sylvia ‘What joined. Fowles and Brittney Griner . Watkins from the counter, 10 in the second half of the career finished with the highest 14 points. “I was in mind,” he said from Senior Zia Cooke Dunk. “He was very indisputable, he didn’t even understand. Watkins is trying to help South Carolina’s fourth program to win South Carolina’s consecutive women’s basketball national championships, as Gamecocks came out of the second title in April.