INDIANAPOLIS — Graysen Cockerham became the 17th Goshen College women’s basketball player to score 1,000 career points on Saturday afternoon at Marian University.

The 5-11 guard from Brighton, Michigan, canned a 3-point field goal with 5:20 remaining in the second quarter to make the score Marian 23, Goshen 19. She finished the day with 1,003 career points, having posted 7 points, 6 rebounds, 2 steals and an assist in the game.

For her career, Cockerham has recorded 358 field goals on 859 attempts for a 41.7 percent clip. She is 104-for-289 (36.0 percent) at the 3-point line and 183-for-234 (78.2 percent) at the free-throw line with 486 rebounds, 177 assists, 142 steals and 25 blocks. Her 1,003 points have come in 83 games for an average of 12.1 points per game.

This season, Cockerham is averaging 12.3 points and 6.8 rebounds per game, ranking second on the team in both categories, while leading the Maple Leafs with 33.7 minutes per game. She is shooting a team-high 76.6 percent at the foul line and leads the team with 60 assists and 35 steals. On the NAIA leaderboard, her 151 rebounds entering Saturday were 42nd in the nation.

“Graysen Cockerham is just a class act,” said Goshen coach Stephanie Miller. “She has been a foundational part of our program and what we do here for almost three years now and I am both proud and excited to see her join the history of great players in our 1,000-point club. She is an outstanding representative of the GC women’s basketball program and her work ethic and dedication to her craft are the reasons she joined this prestigious group today.”

Graysen is the daughter of Nathan and Gio Cockerham. She is a graduate of Hartland High School and a sports management major.

Goshen is 6-17 overall and 3-10 in the Crossroads League with three conference games and four games overall remaining in the regular season. The Maple Leafs sit seventh in the conference standings and have clinched at least a tie for their first postseason berth since 2017: their magic number is 1 to clinch the spot outright and remove any tiebreakers from the equation.

GC hosts Grace Christian University in a non-conference game at 7 p.m. Wednesday before traveling to Mount Vernon Nazarene on Saturday. A home game against Huntington and a visit to Bethel round out the regular season.

Goshen College Women’s Basketball 1,000-Point Club
1. Erin McDugle (2001-05) — 1,776 points
2. Cassie Greives (2007-11) — 1,614 points
3. Kathy Mast (1987-91) — 1,543 points
4. Lindsay Fisher (2000-04) — 1,521 points
5. Jo’Mani Thomas (2012-16) — 1,377 points
6. Liz Tecca (2012-16) — 1,301 points
7. Tyra Carver (2012-16) — 1,300 points
8. Kris Johnson (1997-2001) — 1,295 points
9. Krysten Parson (1998-2002) — 1,277 points
10. Sophia Sears (2013-17) — 1,199 points
11. Dawn Gerber (1984-88) — 1,196 points
12. Lynnia Noel (2013-17) — 1,159 points
13. Sue Becher (1974-77) — 1,127 points
14. Melanie Mishler (1993-97) — 1,110 points
15. Brenda Ervin (1982-86) — 1,089 points
16. Lisa (Rody) Kirkton (1993-97) — 1,083 points
17. Graysen Cockerham (2018-present) — 1,003 points