NORMAND, okay. (KSNW) – If Taylor Robertson is in a gym, she’s within reach to hit a three-point shot. The McPherson native leads the Big 12 with over 60 points scored in 14 games this season. On average four brands per contest for Oklahoma.
“I’m pulling a ton. I probably get up about 300 a day. 300 shots a day, 300 holds, ”Robertson said of his training habits.
The senior Sooners has carved her name in the program’s history books this season. She became OU’s all-time three-point leader after shooting her 377th career three-point shot.
Robertson said: “It was good. I didn’t know it was the record, but every time I turn it I always think it comes in.
“She does shooting training for her teammates, she does it herself. He’s the ultimate gym rat, ”Sooners head coach Jennie Baranczyk said. “She really is, I don’t know if I’ve seen anything like this before.”
Basketball started out by shooting down the aisle with his dad. He taught her the game.
“We would always go to the gym to shoot,” said Robertson. “We would be there for hours and hours, and we would still watch it on TV, that was kind of our thing.”
Taylor’s father died of colon cancer while she was in high school. Their message to each other was to stay strong, and that’s how Taylor plays on the basketball court.
“I always think about that, because it was our little thing,” said Robertson. “Especially when adversity strikes. When we’re not on the pitch and things aren’t going well, stay strong, weather the storm, and bounce back. “
Robertson is eight three points away from tying the Big 12’s all-time record of 392. The Sooners face Kansas on Saturday.