Baltimore, Md.-native Angel McCoughtry didn’t miss a field goal as the U.S. national women’s basketball team tied an American record for the most points scored in a single Olympic contest, beating China, 114-66, on Aug. 5 in London.

Team USA had a chance to break the American record for most points scored in a single game but opted not to run up the score, instead simply held onto the ball as the game clock expired.

But the Americans did set a new record for the most assists recorded in a game with 33, breaking their old record of 29 dimes recorded.

Forward Diana Taurasi led the Americans with 22 points on 8-of-10 shooting from the field. She was followed by Baltimore-born forward and standout at St. Francis Academy McCoughtry with 16 points on a perfect 8-for-8 field goals made. Forward Maya Moore and center Tina Charles added 12 points apiece, while forward Candace Parker added 10 more points off the bench.

USA will advance to the quarterfinals on Aug. 7, their opponents to be determined.