EAST LANSING, Michigan (KCRG) - Megan Gustafson put her name at the top of the Iowa record books on Sunday and can put some distance between her and the rest of the field.
In the first quarter against Michigan State, she passed former teammate Ally Disterhoft (2,102 points) as the program's all-time scoring leader.
Then in the third quarter, she became the all-time scoring leader at Iowa when she passed men's leader Roy Marble (2,116 points).
Gustafson finished with 30 points and 14 rebounds in the 84-70 loss to the Spartans. She has 2,124 career points and counting.
Iowa hosts Nebraska for its Big Ten opener on Thursday.