Yang Inye ‘Summons Osun’ for 2nd Quadruple-Double in College League History…Leads Dankook University to Sweep

Dankook University freshman Yang In-yeh, who recorded the first triple-double in her collegiate debut, has set another record. She recorded the first quadruple-double in the women’s collegiate women’s basketball program.

Dankook University defeated Gwangju Women’s University 76-21 in a home game of the 2024 KUSF College Basketball U-League at Dankook University Gymnasium on Nov. 27. Fourth-ranked Dankook improved to 3-3, restoring its five-game winning percentage and reducing the gap with third-ranked Suwon University to one game.

Freshman Yang In-yeh, who became the first player of either sex to record a triple-double in her debut in the Korean National University Women’s Basketball Association on March 21 with 11 points, 14 rebounds and 10 assists, matched the feat in the rematch against Gwangju Women’s University. She played all 40 minutes and finished with 22 points, 카지노 12 rebounds, 12 assists, 11 steals, and a quadruple-double.

She is the only player of either gender to record a quadruple-double since the inception of the KU League in 2010. She became the first Korean basketball player to record a quadruple-double since records were computerized when she had 14 points, 18 rebounds, 13 assists and 10 blocked shots against Sangmyung University on Sept. 16, 2010, while still a student at Chung-Ang University.

Yang In-yeh is the second player in college league history to achieve a quadruple-double after Oh Se-geun, and the first in the women’s college division. Yang In-yeh is a forward from Onyang Girls’ High School. Although her official position is listed as forward in the guidebook, she has been playing more of a guard role in college due to team needs.

Dankook University head coach Baek Ji-eun said of Yang, “She has the ability to score. He wants to go pro, but his height (172 centimeters) is not big. We need a guard, so we are utilizing him by switching him from forward to guard.”

A quadruple-double is not something you see every day, even considering the opponent is a new team playing in its first collegiate season. In addition to the quadruple-double, Yang also made three three-pointers and a fastbreak basket, demonstrating her versatility and catching the eye of the league’s officials.

Meanwhile, No. 6 Gwangju Women’s University lost its second straight game to cut its lead over No. 7 Ulsan University to 0.5 games. The team struggled from the field, with Usuha (9 points) being the top scorer on the team. GWU shot just 16 percent from the field and lost the rebounding battle 25-59, which kept them in the game throughout.

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