Concordia guard Bailey Morris scored 30 points to become the school’s all-time career scoring leader and lead the NAIA Division II No. 3 Bulldogs to an 86-77 victory against Doane. Morris now has 1,806 points over 122 career games. The senior from Clay Center has averaged 14.8 points per game over her career.
Ninth-year head coach Drew Olson’s squad won for the 16th-straight time, marking the second longest winning streak during Olson’s tenure. Concordia moved to 21-1 overall and 14-1 in conference play.
Morris entered the night needing 25 points to edge in front of Harrison. The former Sandy Creek prep star got point Nos. 25 and 26 on a driving layup with 7:36 left in the game for the record breaker.
“It’s a pretty crazy feeling,” Morris said. “Concordia has always had a great women’s basketball program so knowing that I’m the all-time leading scorer is pretty surreal. Accomplishments like this one are individually given, but not individually earned. My teammates and coaches deserve so much credit.”