Georgia Amoore broke a NCAA Tournament record on Friday night against LSU.

In the 2nd half of the game, Amoore hit a 3-pointer to extend Virginia Tech’s lead. It was her 23rd 3-pointer of the NCAA Tournament, which is a new record for the women’s game.

It took Amoore just over 4.5 games to break the record. She hit 5 against Chattanooga, 7 against South Dakota State, 4 against Tennessee and 4 against Ohio State.

Amoore has become one of the top sharpshooters in the country. She made 34.9% of her 3-point attempts this season while taking a staggering 9.3 tries per contest.

Her floor spacing is a big reason why Virginia Tech has found itself in the Final Four for the 1st time in program history. The Hokies earned a No. 1 seed this season and have won all 4 of their NCAA Tournament games so far by at least 9 points.

Here’s the play where Amoore broke the record:

Amoore also made a record-breaking 14 3-pointers during the ACC Tournament.