Kelsey Mitchell is Ohio State women’s basketball’s all-time leading scorer.

The senior guard from Cincinnati scored nine points in the opening 7:03 of Ohio State’s Wednesday game at Florida to pass Jantel Lavender’s mark of 2,818 career points. Through the first quarters Wednesday, Mitchell had 2,825 career points.

Mitchell needed just 114 games to take the No. 1 spot. She entered Wednesday’s game averaging 25.7 points per game this season.

Mitchell wasted little time Wednesday securing the record. She made three field goals in the opening four minutes and made a jumper with 2:57 left in the first quarter to pass Lavender. She finished the first quarter with 15 points on 6-of-10 shooting.

The senior also set the NCAA Division I record for career three-pointers earlier this season. Entering Wednesday’s game, she had 358.

With Ohio State’s career scoring record in hand, Mitchell might soon become the Big Ten’s all-time leading scorer. Passing Lavender moved Mitchell into third on the Big Ten’s scoring list, behind Kelly Mazzante of Penn State (2,919 points) and Rachel Banham of Minnesota, who scored 3,093 points from 2012-16.