BEREA -- Nakeisha Greene came into her senior season knowing exactly how many more rebounds she needed to become Berea College's all-time leader.
"I told coach (Trent) Milby, 'Hey, I need 219 rebounds," said Greene, a Henry Clay graduate.
And she continued to keep track as she closed in on that goal.
"She would count down after every game," Berea senior Briana Lanham said of Greene.
On Wednesday, Greene reached that mark.
The senior had 20 rebounds as Berea College (21-2, 14-0 USA South) rolled to a 81-49 win over Covenant College at the Seabury.
That performance gave Greene a total of 941 career rebounds -- the most-ever by a Lady Mountaineer.
The win was also the 16th-straight for Berea and clinched a third-straight USA South Western Division title.
Aaliyah Hampton had a team-best 24 points and three rebounds. Bailee Vanover had 17 points and three assists, while Leah Parker had 12 points off the bench.
Berea hit 15 three-pointers and out-rebounded the Lady Scots 51-38.
The Lady Mountaineers were up 12-6 after one quarter, then out-scored Covenant 29-14 in the second.
"Heck, I don't even remember what it feels like to lose," Lanham said with a laugh. "It's been so long."
Berea has not lost since Nov. 16 at Birmingham Southern.
After two tough road wins over the weekend, the Lady Mountaineers had no problem getting past Covenant.
Hampton hit six three-pointers and Greene had eight rebounds.
Berea led by as much as 36 points, allowing the starters to rest in the fourth quarter of a division-clinching win.
"We are champs for the third time," Lanham said. "We are in it to win it."
Since joining the USA South in 2017-18, the Lady Mountaineers have won the West Division title three-straight seasons. They had to share the championship with Piedmont College last season.
This year, they have a three-game lead over Piedmont (10-3) with just two games left in the regular season.
The rivals are set to meet on Saturday in Berea -- and the game could still have a huge impact on the postseason.
If the Lady Mountaineers beat Piedmont, they will clinch the best record in the league and earn the right to play host to the USA South Tournament at the Seabury Center.
"It would save us a seven or eight-hour bus ride," Greene said.
Lanham had nine points, three steals and three rebounds Wednesday against Covenant. Bethanie Williams had six points, four rebounds and three assists.
Greene finished with five points and two blocks. Destanie Love had four points and six rebounds. Jailyn Ginter had three points and Adrienne Beggs had one point.
Covenant shot 36 percent from the field, including 2-of-12 from three-point range.