EUGENE, Ore. - With at least one more game left to play this season, a few major records are within reach for Jillian Alleyne and Chrishae Rowe.

ALLEYNE NEARS 500 REBOUNDS, NCAA SINGLE-SEASON RECORD
With 494 rebounds entering the game, Jillian Alleyne has a chance to be just the fifth player in NCAA women’s basketball history to reach 500 rebounds in a single-season. Alleyne’s 494 boards currently ranks eighth in NCAA history. Courtney Paris holds the NCAA record with 539 rebounds during the 2005-06 season, 45 rebounds more than Alleyne currently has. Paris reached 500+ boards three times, while Drake’s Wanda Ford did it twice in the 1980s.

NCAA SINGLE-SEASON REBOUNDS LEADERS
1. Courtney Paris, Oklahoma (2005-06) - 539
2. Wanda Ford, Drake (1984-85) - 534
3. Lacehelle Lyles, SEMO (2006-07) - 527
4. Courtney Paris, Oklahoma (2006-07) - 526
5. Wanda Ford, Drake (1985-86) - 506
6. Anne Donovan, Old Dominion (1982-83) - 504
7. Courtney Paris, Oklahoma (2008-09) - 503
8. Jillian Alleyne, Oregon (2013-14) - 494

ROWE AND ALLEYNE NEAR UO SCORING RECORD
Oregon’s Chrishae Rowe and Jillian Alleyne rank No. 2 and No. 3, respectively, in single-season UO history for total points. Rowe has 673 points this year while Alleyne has 667 points. The Oregon record is 693 points, set by Alison Lang during the 1982-83 season. Rowe needs 20 more points to match the record while Alleyne needs 26 more. The Pac-12 scoring record is 809 points, set by Nnemkadi Ogwumike during the 2011-12 season. Rowe and Alleyne need to reach 685 points to join the conference’s single-season top-10.

ALLEYNE ONE AWAY FROM PAC-12 DOUBLE-DOUBLES RECORD
With her 28th double-double of the season on Thursday against Pacific in the first round of the WNIT, Jillian Alleyne tied Chiney Ogwumike’s single-season Pac-12 double-doubles record of 28, set last season. Alleyne has a double-double in 28 of 31 games this season. She needs one more to break the record.