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Trayce Jackson-Davis passes Woodson in scoring, moves into 5th in Indiana history


Trayce Jackson-Davis returned to Indiana after his junior season to learn from new Indiana men’s basketball head coach Mike Woodson.

Now, nearing the end of his senior season and second learning from Woodson, Jackson-Davis has earned bragging rights.

The senior forward scored career point No. 2,062 on a layup with 13:26 remaining in the first half, moving ahead of Woodson for fifth all-time in program history.

Woodson scored 2,061 points in his four seasons with Indiana from 1976 to 1980 and was named a second-team All-American in his senior year.

Jackson-Davis continues moving up in Indiana’s records. After setting Indiana’s block record earlier this season, he currently sits in third place among the program’s rebound leaders.

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Jackson-Davis is now chasing No. 4 in scoring history at Indiana, A.J. Guyton, who scored 2,100 points with the Hoosiers from 1997 to 2000.

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