Louisiana Ragin’ Cajun senior guard Kia Wilridge continues to climb up the all-time school statistical charts, with still nine more regular season games, following by the postseason, remaining.

A native of Crowley, Wilridge, who attended St. Thomas More High School, has been a four-year starter for coach Garry Brodhead’s program.

In terms of points scored, as of Thursday, Wilridge has poured in 1,128 career points, becoming only the 12th player in program history to eclipse the 1,000-point plateau.

Those 1,115 career points rank Wilridge 8th on the all-time UL women's basketball scoring list.

In front of her on the list, at #7, is Alyson Habetz, who scored 1,192 career points.

In the assists department, Wilridge currently ranks 5th in school history in assists, with 283.

With five assists in Thursday night's game at Appalachian St., Wilridge leap-frogged into the top five.

In career steals, with 223, Wilridge currently ranks fourth, ten behind teammate Keke Veal, and 28 behind Merritt, who ranks second on the list.