Allie Quigley of the Chicago Sky won her fourth 3-point contest Saturday. (Jeff Haynes/NBAE via Getty Images)

Allie Quigley made history Saturday with her victory in the WNBA All-Star 3-Point Contest, becoming the first WNBA or NBA player to win four 3-point shootouts.

The Chicago native showed out in her hometown, with Sky teammate Candace Parker and wife Courtney Vandersloot in the house to cheer on Quigley.

“I am a witness to it. She can shoot,” Parker told ESPN ahead of the competition while wearing a Quigley DePaul jersey. “It’s Allie, she focuses, she puts the time in. She is one of the best shooters ever, male or female. She is going to prove it today.”

Shooting last, Quigley outscored her competition, notching 26 points in the first round after draining her entire money ball rack. Atlanta’s Rhyne Howard and Washington’s Ariel Atkins each logged 24 points to advance to the final round with Quigley.

Las Vegas’ Kelsey Plum, Seattle’s Jewell Loyd and Dallas’ Arike Ogunbowale were eliminated after the opening round.

Quigley saved her best for last, bettering her first-round tally and blowing away the competition with a final-round score of 30 to take home the trophy for the fourth time.