CAA Women's Basketball

Women's Basketball Scoring Leaders Across the Coastal Athletic Association

Women's Basketball Scoring Leaders Across the Coastal Athletic Association

The Womens’ NCAA scoring record of 3,527 points is being approached by Caitlin Clark of Iowa. Here’s a look at the scoring record holders in the CAA.

Feb 14, 2024 by Deondre Hayes
Women's Basketball Scoring Leaders Across the Coastal Athletic Association

The Women’s Basketball scoring record has been held by Kelsey Plum since 2017 following her career at the University of Washington finishing with 3,527 points. Caitlin Clark, who is now leading the NCAA averaging 32.1 PPG, is just eight points shy of breaking the record at 3,520 career points. 

The Coastal Athletic Conference (CAA) is home to an impressive group of scorers as well. Stony Brook, who is currently leading the CAA Women's Basketball Rankings at 9-2 has two of the CAA’s top five scores in Khari Clark and Gigi Gonzalez. 

The CAA Women's Basketball Scoring record is currently held by WNBA legend and Delaware Alumna Elena Delle Donne with 927 career points.l 

Leaders will continue to emerge in the CAA as conference play comes to an end and players begin preparing for the 2024 CAA Women’s Basketball Championships.

Here’s a look at the Women's Basketball scoring leaders across the CAA. 

NCAA Women’s Basketball Scoring Record

Here are the current all-time NCAA Scoring Record holders

  1. Kelsey Plum, Washington (2013-17): 3,527
  2. Caitlin Clark, Iowa (2020-24): 3,520
  3. Kelsey Mitchell, Ohio State (2014-18): 3,402
  4. Jackie Stiles, Missouri State (1997-2001): 3,393
  5. Brittney Griner, Baylor (2009-13): 3,283

CAA Women's Basketball Scoring Record 

Here are the current all time CAA Scoring Record holders.

  1. Elena Delle Donne, Delaware (2011-12):927
  2. Keishana Washington, Drexel (2022-23): 858
  3. Precious Hall, JMU (2016-17): 841
  4. Jasmine Dickey, Delaware (2021-22):783
  5. Elena Delle Donne, Delaware (2012-13):781

CAA Women's Basketball Scoring Leaders in 2023-24

Here are the current leading scorers in the CAA as of Feb. 2024.

A full break down of the top scorers entering Feb, can be found HERE

  1. Taryn Barbot (Charleston): 16.7PPG
  2. Gigi Gonzalez (Stony Brook): 16.5 PPG
  3. Derin Erdogan (Northeastern): 15.9 PPG
  4. Khari Clark (Stony Brook): 15.7 PPG
  5. Jenna Annecchiarico (Charleston): 15.0 PPG

CAA Women's Basketball Standings

The updated CAA Women's basketball Rankings can be found HERE

When Does The 2024 NCAA Women's Basketball Tournament Start?

The tournament will begin with Selection Sunday on March 17, followed by the First Four on March 20-21. 

After the opening round is complete, the field will be set with the top 64 teams and the first round will start on March 22-23.

What Is Selection Sunday?

Selection Sunday is the day the NCAA committee releases the full tournament bracket initial seeding of all 68 teams. 

Thirty-two teams will automatically qualify for the tournament by winning their conference tournament. 

That leaves 36 other teams fighting for an at-large bid from the selection committee, which is considered through multiple stats and rankings to determine who receives the at-large bid.

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