ACC women’s basketball leaders as of Jan. 15

With the ACC having reached the midway point of January, we’re at somewhat of a benchmark for the season. While there is plenty of time for new faces to emerge atop the main statistical leaderboards, it would help if those new faces made their move sooner rather than later. For now though, here’s who stands out:

Scoring: Ta'Niya Latson, Florida State - 24.3 PPG

UNCASVILLE, CONNECTICUT – DECEMBER 18: Ta’niya Latson #0 of the Florida State Seminoles goes for the shot against the Uconn Huskies during the first half of an Invesco QQQ Basketball Hall of Fame Women’s Showcase game at Mohegan Sun Arena on December 18, 2022 in Uncasville, Connecticut. (Photo by Joe Buglewicz/Getty Images)

Rebounds and blocks co-leader: Elizabeth Kitley, Virginia Tech - 10.9 RPG | 2.1 BPG

Oct 12, 2022; Charlotte, North Carolina, US; Virginia Tech player Elizabeth Kitley during the ACC Women’s Basketball Tip-Off in Charlotte, NC. Jim Dedmon-USA TODAY Sports

Assists: Olivia Miles, Notre Dame - 7.1 APG

Jan 12, 2023; South Bend, Indiana, USA; Notre Dame Fighting Irish guard Olivia Miles (5) looks to pass as Wake Forest Demon Deacons guard Elise Williams (21) defends in the first half at the Purcell Pavilion. Matt Cashore-USA TODAY Sports

Field-goal percentage and blocks co-leader: Makayla Timpson, Florida State - 61.0 FG% | 2.1 BPG

Florida State Seminoles forward Makayla Timpson (21) looks to shoot. The Florida State Seminoles defeated the Wake Forest Demon Deacons 87-46 at the Tucker Civic Center on Sunday, Jan. 9, 2021.

3-point field-goal percentage: Chrislyn Carr, Louisville - 47.2 3PFG%

Louisville’s Chrislyn Carr reacts as the starting lineup are announced under dramatic lighting before the game against Georgia Tech in Thursday night’s game. Jan. 5, 2023

Free-throw percentage: Hailey Van Lith, Louisville - 90.3 FT%

Mar 4, 2022; Greensboro, NC, USA; Louisville Cardinals guard Hailey Van Lith (10) drives into Miami Hurricanes guard Moulayna Johnson Sidi Baba (1) during the second quarter at Greensboro Coliseum Complex. William Howard-USA TODAY Sports

Steals: Dontavia Waggoner, Boston College - 3.2 SPG

Boston College’s Dontavia Waggoner (0) defends during the first half of an NCAA basketball game against Miami on Sunday, Jan. 23, 2022, in Chestnut Hill, Mass. (AP Photo/Stew Milne)

Minutes: Taina Mair, Boston College - 37.5 MPG

Jan 1, 2023; South Bend, Indiana, USA; Boston College Eagles guard Taina Mair (20) passes the ball as Notre Dame Fighting Irish guard Dara Mabrey (1) defends in the first half at the Purcell Pavilion. Matt Cashore-USA TODAY Sports

Story originally appeared on Fighting Irish Wire