Tara VanDerveer notched her 1,202nd victory Friday as No. 8 Stanford beat Oregon at home 88-63. The win tied Stanford’s head coach with former Duke men’s coach Mike Krzyzewski for the most by a college basketball coach in NCAA history.

“It’s like a dream come true. To have a dream and watch it play out,” VanDerveer said after the game. “I planned to go to law school because there were no coaches. That was not a job for women. My timing was horrible for playing but it was very good for coaching. I was a head coach when I was like 24 years old. I’m just really thankful that I get to have a job that it’s not a ‘JOB’ job. I love coming to the gym, it was just fun at practice today. Just to experience this is more than I ever could have dreamed of.”

A member of both the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame (2011) and the Women’s Basketball Hall of Fame (2002), VanDerveer has been with Stanford since 1985. She’s won 25 Pac-12 regular season championships and led the Cardinal to three NCAA championships.

Stanford won Friday night’s game despite losing leading scorer Cameron Brink in the first quarter to an injury.

VanDerveer can push past Krzyzewski and become the all-time winningest coach in basketball history on Sunday when Stanford (16-2, 5-1 Pac-12) hosts Oregon State at 2 p.m. PT on the Pac-12 Network.