After further review, Texan quarterback Rory Harmon recorded a historic triple-double.

Leading Texas to an 81-69 win over TCU on Wednesday night, Rory Harmon made history.

Harmon scored 17 points, handed out 11 assists and grabbed 10 rebounds in a 12-point win. The last triple-double recorded by Longhorn was Ashley Fontenette’s 17 points, 10 assists and 10 rebounds against UT-Pan American on December 8, 2010. Ellen Bayer (1990) and Edwina Brown (1998 and 2000) are responsible for other triple-double performances in school history.

Harmon’s triple-double was the first for a Big 12 player this basketball season. At the national level, 15 players recorded 16 triple-doubles.

Harmon was close to Fontenette’s feat in the last week. She dropped four rebounds to a triple-double in a 96-53 Texas A&M-Commerce rout on December 28. Then last Saturday she had 15 points, 13 assists and eight rebounds against Kansas State. On Tuesday, Harmon was named Big 12 Partner of the Week.

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