History was made twice in University’s 91-38 win over Indianapolis Scecina Memorial on Thursday night.

Senior guard Natalie Nickless led the Trailblazers in scoring with 23 points. She also broke the school’s record for most career 3-pointers made with 129 halfway through the first quarter. Nickless’ scoring helped University take a 24-7 lead at the end of the game’s first eight minutes of action.

The second quarter went much like the first - the Trailblazers’ offense firing on all cylinders, while the defense cause problems for the Crusaders. At halftime, University led 53-21. Nickless and junior Brooke Andrus both had 16 points at the intermission to lead the Trailblazers. Junior Haley Tomlinson was also in double figures by halftime with 10.

The Crusaders were never to make a run in the second half, as the Trailblazers continued to put separation between the teams on the scoreboard. Andrus finished second on University with 22 points. Sophomore Lindsey Syrek added 18 and Tomlinson finished with 12.

The 91 points scored by University is the most in the program’s history.

University improves to 13-3 on the season and have won eight of its last nine games. The Trailblazers return to the hardwood Jan. 11, when they host the Faith Christian Eagles. The Eagles are winless so far on the season at 0-13, but play a home game against Pioneer High School on Saturday. Faith Christian is 0-5 on the road, while University boasts a 7-1 record on their home court. Tip-off is scheduled for 7:30 p.m.