ORANGE — With a 21-point night against Chapman on Wednesday, Oxy guard Triana Anderson surpassed 1,000 career points.
The senior from San Francisco has scored 1,006 points during her four-year tenure with the Tigers.
"Tri has an incredible work ethic," Oxy head coach Anahit Aladzhanyan said. "Over the last four years, she has worked on her game relentlessly. It is not a rare occasion to walk in on a Sunday or any day we have off of practice and find Tri in the gym."
Anderson finished 7 for 12 from the field and 7 for 8 from the free throw line, but Oxy fell to the Panthers.
Anderson is a 43 percent shooter from the field over her 99-game career. She has never missed a game and started 76.
In 2016-17, Anderson was named a Second Team All-SCIAC selection and this year is averaging 13 ppg and 5 rpg.
"She sets a great example for her younger teammates - if you want to be the next 1000 point scorer and help our team win games, get in the gym and work on your craft," Aladzhanyan said. "More impressive than her scoring ability is the student and person Triana is, and I am really proud of her growth over the past four years."
Oxy finishes the season at Pomona-Pitzer on Saturday at 7 p.m. The Tigers are currently 11-13 overall and 5-10 in SCIAC.Follow Oxy Athletics on Twitter Sign Up for Newsletters Watch on Youtube Follow us on Instagram