Oregon's Jillian Alleyne claims Pac-12 all-time rebounding record

While Sunday was already an important day for Oregon with the Ducks getting their first conference win (69-59 over California), it was even bigger day for the team's brightest star. Senior forward Jillian Alleyne pulled down 15 rebounds and in the process became the Pac-12's career rebounding leader, topping Stanford great Chiney Ogwumike.

While Alleyne now tops the Conference of Champions' all-time rebound list, she continues to rise on the NCAA's all-time leaderboard. The Fontana, California native jumped three spots over the weekend to No. 4 on the NCAA's career list, surpassing some well-known names in the process.

The next milestone Alleyne has in her sights: Pac-12 career double-doubles leader. After posting a team-high 25 points against the Golden Bears Sunday to go with her 15 boards for her 80th double-double, she trails – you guessed it – Chiney Ogwumike by just three. Alleyne will have ample time to add another record to her prodigious résumé in Eugene.

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