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America East Conference Career Leaders and Records for 2-Point Field Goal Attempts

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Leaders and Records: Single SeasonCareerYearly

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Leaders are based on stats from the 1993-94 through 2015-16 seasons.
Stats include all games played.

Since 1993-94

Rank Player 2PA From To Last School
1.Tunji Awojobi 1563 1994 1997 Boston University
2.Taylor Coppenrath 1510 2002 2005 Vermont
3.Jameel Warney 1483 2013 2016 Stony Brook
4.Mike Pegues 1441 1997 2000 Delaware
5.Speedy Claxton 1303 1997 2000 Hofstra
6.Joe Linderman 1197 1997 2001 Drexel
7.Marqus Blakely 1153 2007 2010 Vermont
8.Jamar Wilson 1089 2003 2007 Albany (NY)
9.Mitchell Beauford 1077 2004 2008 Stony Brook
10.Mark Nwakamma 1054 2012 2015 Hartford
11.Greg Smith 1038 1994 1997 Delaware
12.Malik Rose 1024 1993 1996 Drexel
13.Tobe Carberry 1020 1997 2000 Vermont
14.Allen Ledbetter 970 1996 1999 Maine
15.Tim Ambrose 965 2008 2011 Albany (NY)
16.John Holland 949 2008 2011 Boston University
17.Ryan Howse 944 1995 1998 Hartford
18.Ethan O'Day 943 2013 2016 Vermont
19.Chase Plummer 938 2011 2014 UMBC
20.Brian Barber 926 1998 2001 Towson
 Trevor Gaines 926 1999 2002 Vermont
22.Eddie Benton 913 1994 1996 Vermont
 Darryl Proctor 913 2005 2009 UMBC
24.Mike Trimboli 894 2006 2009 Vermont
25.Sam Rowley 882 2012 2015 Albany (NY)
26.Justin Bailey 873 1996 1999 Hartford
 Marcus Blossom 873 1998 2001 Northeastern
28.Rashad Bell 872 2002 2005 Boston University
29.Junior Bernal 871 2007 2010 Maine
30.Norm Richardson 869 1998 2001 Hofstra
31.J.J. Barea 843 2003 2006 Northeastern
32.Roberto Gittens 828 1998 2001 Hofstra
33.Dave Coley 824 2011 2014 Stony Brook
34.Scott Drapeau 818 1994 1995 New Hampshire
35.Erik Nelson 808 1995 1998 Vermont
36.Matt Acres 806 1995 1998 New Hampshire
37.Evan Fjeld 787 2008 2011 Vermont
38.Pierre Johnson 785 2000 2003 Hartford
39.T.J. Sorrentine 779 2001 2005 Vermont
40.Levi Levine 775 2003 2006 Albany (NY)
41.Alvin Abreu 768 2008 2012 New Hampshire
42.Dallis Joyner 747 2009 2012 Stony Brook
43.Lin Lattimore 737 1996 1999 Northeastern
 Carson Puriefoy 737 2013 2016 Stony Brook
45.Mike Black 730 2010 2013 Albany (NY)
46.Casey Arena 715 1994 1996 Maine
47.Alasdair Fraser 714 2011 2013 Maine
48.Nick Billings 710 2002 2005 Binghamton
49.Colin McIntosh 708 2006 2009 Vermont
50.Till Gloger 697 2013 2016 Maine
51.Chaz Carr 692 2002 2005 Boston University
52.Mike Kouser 683 1998 2001 Drexel
53.Joe Zeglinski 680 2007 2011 Hartford
54.Jordan Reed 675 2013 2016 Binghamton
55.Bo Taylor 673 2004 2007 Hartford
56.Stephen Starks 671 1998 2001 Drexel
57.D.J. Munir 666 2001 2004 Stony Brook
58.Mike Bond 658 1994 1995 Hartford
59.Corey Lowe 657 2007 2010 Boston University
60.Joey Beard 655 1994 1998 Boston University
61.Sean McNally 651 2008 2011 Maine
62.Ralph Biggs 648 1995 1998 Towson
63.Jeff Myers 644 1995 1997 Drexel
64.Matt Sheftic 643 2000 2004 Vermont
65.Troy Barnies 637 2008 2011 Maine
 Ryan Butt 637 2001 2004 Boston University
67.Jacoby Armstrong 634 2014 2016 New Hampshire
68.Justin Fry 633 2007 2011 UMBC
69.Rayshaun McGrew 632 2014 2016 Stony Brook
70.John Zito 626 2003 2006 UMBC
71.Brian Hodges 624 2005 2008 UMBC
72.Levar Folk 622 1996 1999 Boston University
73.Dane DiLiegro 620 2008 2011 New Hampshire
74.Cori Spencer 617 2002 2005 Stony Brook
75.Aaron Cook 615 2003 2006 Hartford
76.Brian Connelly 608 2006 2009 Albany (NY)
77.Luke Apfeld 607 2011 2014 Vermont
78.Craig Peper 605 1996 1998 Vermont
79.Martin Klimes 604 2004 2007 Vermont
 Chandler Rhoads 604 2010 2013 New Hampshire
 Marcus Wills 604 1996 1999 Maine
82.Peter Hooley 602 2012 2016 Albany (NY)
83.Sandro Carissimo 601 2011 2014 Vermont
84.Lazar Trifunovic 597 2007 2010 Binghamton
85.Josh Odugbela 591 2000 2003 Hartford
 Ben Sturgill 591 2002 2005 New Hampshire
87.Mike Popoko 590 2004 2007 Stony Brook
88.Kevin Gardner 588 2003 2006 Boston University
 Damon Singletary 588 1994 1996 Northeastern
90.Justin Edwards 587 2012 2016 Maine
91.Ferg Myrick 584 2010 2013 New Hampshire
92.Jairus McCollum 582 2001 2005 Stony Brook
93.Terry Hunt 580 1994 1997 Maine
 Ryan Stys 580 2001 2004 Hartford
95.Chris Martin 575 2008 2011 Stony Brook
96.Brian Lillis 574 2005 2008 Albany (NY)
97.Kevin Reed 572 2003 2007 Maine
98.Jason Grochowalski 568 2000 2004 Boston University
99.Chris De La Rosa 562 2008 2012 UMBC
100.Chris Eames 559 1996 1999 Hartford
101.Lonnie Harrell 558 1995 1996 Northeastern
102.Darryl Partin 556 2008 2012 Boston University
103.Tommy Brenton 554 2009 2013 Stony Brook
104.Morgan Sabia 550 2008 2011 Hartford
105.Blagoj Janev 543 2004 2007 New Hampshire
106.Tony Orciari 542 1998 2001 Vermont
107.Keith Davis 540 1994 1998 Delaware
108.Gerald McLemore 538 2009 2012 Maine
109.Andre Heard 537 2005 2006 Binghamton
110.Tyrone Conley 536 2008 2011 New Hampshire
111.Tyrece Gibbs 533 2006 2009 New Hampshire
112.Errick Greene 532 2000 2002 Maine
113.Anthony Bethune 531 1997 1998 Hartford
114.Muhammad El-Amin 529 2009 2010 Stony Brook
115.Bryant Coursey 523 1997 2000 Drexel
116.Duane Posey 522 1995 1999 Hofstra
117.Jean Avebe 520 1997 2000 Boston University
118.Jahad Thomas 519 2015 2016 UMass-Lowell
119.Darius Burton 516 1994 1997 Hofstra
 Michael Housman 516 2004 2007 UMBC
 Keyon Smith 516 1999 2001 Hartford
122.Bryan Dougher 515 2009 2012 Stony Brook
 Nate Fox 515 1996 2000 Maine
124.Mike Derocckis 511 1996 1999 Drexel
 Willie Rodriguez 511 2015 2016 Binghamton