Junior Ashley Fann needs 133 points to reach the 1,000 plateau and is just 26 rebounds short of 500.
Fann, a preseason All-Big South Conference first team selection, had 19 points against Georgia State two nights ago.
A three-year starter, Fann scored 362 points as a freshman and 377 last season. Through the first 11 games, the Hazel Green, Ala., native has 128 points.
She ranks 12th among Big South scoring leaders at 11.2 points per game and eighth in rebounding at 6.0 per game. Kim Segars (1985-89) is Winthrop's career points leader with 1,699. Only Segars, Janet Dykton (1983-86) and Stephanie Morris (1982-86) reached the mark in their first three seasons.
Tammy Jones (1989-94) tops the rebounding chart with 845.
Three other Big South players have already topped the 1,000-point mark this season -- Radford's Corrie Fertitta (1,090), Radford's Kelli Darden (1,013) and Liberty's Megan Frazee (1,130).
Tiffany Rodd, who holds the Eagles' single-season record for 3-pointers (74) has 33, tops in the Big South, through the first 11 games. She's making 44 percent (33-of-75) from beyond the arc, third-best in the BSC.
Rodd's 13.2 points per game ranks her fifth in the Big South.
The Eagles are shooting 35 percent from 3-point range while holding opponents to 25 percent.
The Eagles are also third in scoring defense (56 points a game), third in scoring margin (plus-5.7), first in field goal defense (32 percent) and second in rebounding margin (plus-2.6)
• HOMEGROWN TALENT: Men's golf coach Kevin Pendley grew up playing his junior, high school and collegiate golf in South Carolina and he knows first-hand the type of talent the Palmetto State produces year after year.
It's not surprising his first three signees hail from South Carolina. All are ranked in the top 10 in the class of 2008 by the Heritage Classic Foundation South Carolina Junior Golf Rankings.
The Eagles recently got national letters-of-intent from Winnsboro's Brandon Truesdale, Barnwell's Kyle Bearden and Florence's Taylor Sharber.
"Each of these young men exhibit everything we look for and want in our team -- great character, hard workers and fearless competitors," Pendley said. "Each possess different overall games but all are very talented and are excited to be joining our program."
Truesdale is a senior at Richard Winn Academy, where he's 17th in the state and seventh in the class of 2008.
"Brandon is a very talented young man who will make an immediate impact on our program," Pendley. "He understands how to play and manage his game and what it takes to succeed at a high level."
The rankings place Bearden, who plays for Barnwell, 15th overall and sixth in the class of 2008.
"(Kyle) is a birdie machine and is not afraid to shoot low numbers," Pendley said. "The future is very bright for Kyle and he will make significant contributions to Eagle golf over the next four years."
Sharber, a senior at West Florence, has been ranked 14th overall and fifth in this year's senior class.
"(Taylor) has not yet scratched the surface of what he can do," Pendley said. "He has all the tools to play this game at a very high level."