Caitlin Clark is chasing multiple milestones as her Iowa Hawkeyes take on Nebraska on Sunday afternoon in Lincoln.

Clark is closing in on the all-time scoring record for women’s college basketball, but she hit a different milestone first against the Huskers. With her 5th assist of the afternoon, she officially got to 1,000 for her career.

Here’s video of Clark’s 1000th dime:

Clark is third all-time in assists for women’s college basketball players. She’s third in total assists since the 2001-02 season, trailing only Gonzaga’s Courtney Vandersloot and Oregon’s Sabrina Ionescu.

Penn State’s Suzie McConnell is 3rd all-time with 1,307 assists in her career. Clark would need to return to Iowa for a 5th season in order to have a chance at catching McConnell’s all-time record. Clark has an extra year of eligibility remaining due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Clark entered Sunday’s game needing 39 points against the Huskers to surpass Washington’s Kelsey Plum as the all-time leading scorer in women’s college basketball history. She has scored more than 39 in a game 3 times so far this season.

Clark had 3,489 points in her career entering Sunday’s game.