Jacqueline Vienneau became the first player in Suffolk women's basketball history to reach the career milestones of 1,000 points, 500 rebounds and 300 assists.

Vienneau grabbed 11 rebounds Feb. 5 in Suffolk's 65-39 victory over Johnson & Wales University, bringing her career total to 500.

The senior guard had scored her 1,000th career point earlier in December, while she reached the assist marker last season.

Vienneau becomes the fourth player in Great Northeast Athletic Conference (GNAC) history to reach the triple milestone, joining Emmanuel's Iman Davis '10 and Brianne Bognanno '02 and Rivier University's Jess Mellen '10.

Through 100 career games, Vienneau has scored 1,164 career points, fifth among all scorers in Suffolk University Women's Basketball history. She becomes the 13th player since the 1982-83 season at Suffolk to grab 500 career rebounds, and she holds the all-time record in assists with 420. She set the assist mark on January 21, passing 2002 graduate Amber Conte's previous mark of 394.

During the 2012-13 season, Vienneau has averaged 13.4 points per game in 21 contests. Her 5-assist-per-game average leads all players in the GNAC and puts her 24th among the nation's NCAA Division-III Women's Basketball players.

Her team-high 88.2 percent free-throw rate is second best among GNAC players this season, while she maintains a team-best 38 steals on the season. Vienneau also is averaging 6 rebounds per game on the year.