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America East Conference Career Leaders and Records for 3-Point Field Goals

Leaders and Records: Single Season ▪ Career ▪ Yearly

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Leaders are based on stats from the 1997-98 through 2013-14 seasons.
Stats include all games played.

Since 1997-98

Rank Player 3P From To Last School
1.Joe Zeglinski 393 2007 2011 Hartford
2.T.J. Sorrentine 354 2001 2005 Vermont
3.Bryan Dougher 337 2009 2012 Stony Brook
4.Gerald McLemore 323 2009 2012 Maine
5.Corey Lowe 313 2007 2010 Boston University
6.Kevin Reed 311 2003 2007 Maine
7.Tony Orciari 305 1998 2001 Vermont
8.Aaron Cook 276 2003 2006 Hartford
9.Brian Neller 261 2010 2013 Maryland-Baltimore County
10.John Holland 255 2008 2011 Boston University
11.Marcus Bullock 249 2001 2004 New Hampshire
12.Morgan Sabia 242 2008 2011 Hartford
13.Jay Greene 240 2006 2009 Maryland-Baltimore County
14.Tyrece Gibbs 233 2006 2009 New Hampshire
15.Mike Trimboli 230 2006 2009 Vermont
16.Brent Wilson 229 2005 2008 Albany (NY)
17.Jon Iati 228 2004 2008 Albany (NY)
18.Tyrone Conley 222 2008 2011 New Hampshire
 Brian Hodges 222 2005 2008 Maryland-Baltimore County
20.Alvin Abreu 215 2008 2012 New Hampshire
21.Norm Richardson 192 1998 2001 Hofstra
 Paul Seymour 192 2000 2003 Boston University
23.Wes Cole 191 2012 2014 Hartford
24.Jose Barea 189 2003 2006 Northeastern
25.Blagoj Janev 185 2004 2007 New Hampshire
26.Troy Hailey 182 2004 2007 Binghamton
 Kestutis Marciulionis 182 1998 2000 Delaware
28.Mike Black 180 2010 2013 Albany (NY)
29.Carlos Strong 179 2007 2010 Boston University
30.Chaz Carr 177 2002 2005 Boston University
31.Mantas Storpirstis 171 1999 2002 Hartford
32.Anthony Jackson 170 2011 2014 Stony Brook
 Matt Turner 170 2000 2004 Boston University
34.Logan Aronhalt 169 2009 2013 Albany (NY)
35.Mark Socoby 166 2007 2009 Maine
36.Mike Kouser 165 1998 2001 Drexel
 Ryan Stys 165 2001 2004 Hartford
 Jamar Wilson 165 2003 2007 Albany (NY)
39.Mike Costello 164 1998 2000 Boston University
40.Jimmy Gray 163 2010 2013 Binghamton
41.Jason Hernandez 162 1999 2001 Hofstra
42.Marcus Barnes 160 2001 2005 Northeastern
43.Moussa Camara 149 2008 2011 Binghamton
44.Mike Derocckis 148 1998 1999 Drexel
 D.J. Munir 148 2001 2004 Stony Brook
46.Jon Sheets 145 2006 2007 Maine
47.Austin Ganly 144 1999 2002 New Hampshire
48.Kyle Cieplicki 142 2005 2008 Vermont
49.Huggy Dye 141 1999 2001 Maine
 Mike Gordon 141 2005 2008 Binghamton
 Jacob Iati 141 2009 2013 Albany (NY)
52.Tyler Morris 140 2007 2010 Boston University
53.Jake O'Brien 138 2009 2013 Boston University
54.Sandro Carissimo 135 2011 2014 Vermont
 Greg Miller 135 1998 2001 Delaware
 Bobby Santiago 135 2003 2006 Stony Brook
57.John Gordon 134 1999 2000 Delaware
58.Darryl Partin 133 2008 2012 Boston University
59.Joey Accaoui 132 2008 2011 Vermont
 Jean Bain 132 1999 2002 Northeastern
 Andy Cavo 132 1998 1999 New Hampshire
62.Mike Christensen 130 2005 2008 New Hampshire
63.Freddy Petkus 129 2002 2006 Maine
64.Tim Ambrose 126 2008 2011 Albany (NY)
 Marcus Blossom 126 1998 2001 Northeastern
66.Darrick Jackson 125 1998 2000 Hartford
67.Brian Glowiak 122 2005 2008 Hartford
 Fred Meeks 122 1998 1999 Maine
 Jaret Von Rosenberg 122 2007 2009 Hartford
70.Aaron Davis 121 2002 2006 Northeastern
71.Maurice Joseph 119 2006 2010 Vermont
72.Zarko Valjarevic 118 2012 2014 Maine
73.Levi Levine 117 2003 2006 Albany (NY)
74.Billy Beal 114 1998 1999 Boston University
 Patrick Konan 114 2010 2014 New Hampshire
76.Billy Collins 113 2001 2003 Boston University
77.Billy Wells 112 1998 2001 Delaware
78.D.J. Irving 111 2011 2014 Boston University
 Scott Morris 111 2011 2014 New Hampshire
80.Terry Kringe 110 1998 2000 Northeastern
81.Colin Haynes 109 1998 2001 Maine
 David Hehn 109 2002 2005 Vermont
83.Ricky Lucas 106 2004 2008 Stony Brook
 Michael Turner 106 2007 2009 Hartford
85.Joe Campbell 104 2002 2005 Maine
 Rhasheed Peterson 104 2002 2003 Albany (NY)
87.Dave Coley 103 2011 2014 Stony Brook
 Muhammad El-Amin 103 2009 2010 Stony Brook
89.Chris Pugh 102 2004 2007 Maryland-Baltimore County
 Nate Sikma 102 2012 2014 Hartford
91.Jason Grochowalski 101 2000 2004 Boston University
92.Antione Johnson 100 2000 2003 Albany (NY)
93.Tyrone Perry 99 1998 1999 Delaware
94.Andy Bedard 97 1999 2000 Maine
 Ernest Turner 97 2002 2006 Maine
96.Matt Griffin 96 2008 2012 Boston University
 Peter Hooley 96 2012 2014 Albany (NY)
 Genesis Maciel 96 2009 2012 Hartford
 Yolonzo Moore 96 2012 2014 Hartford
100.Julian Dunkley 95 1998 2001 Maine
 Ferg Myrick 95 2010 2013 New Hampshire
 Mike Popoko 95 2004 2007 Stony Brook
 Chandler Rhoads 95 2010 2013 New Hampshire
 Marcus Rouse 95 2010 2013 Stony Brook
105.Andre Heard 94 2005 2006 Binghamton
106.Raul Depablo 93 1999 2000 Towson
 Andres Torres 93 2008 2012 Hartford
108.Harold Miller 92 1998 1999 Northeastern
 Jeff Senulis 92 1999 2003 New Hampshire
110.Chris Vetrano 91 2005 2006 New Hampshire
111.Jermaine Anderson 89 2004 2007 New Hampshire
 Mike Goia 89 2002 2004 Vermont
113.Milton Burton 87 2010 2011 Hartford
 Terrance Mitchell 87 2010 2011 Maine
115.Ray Barbosa 86 2008 2008 Maryland-Baltimore County
 Jordon Bronner 86 2011 2014 New Hampshire
 Stephen Starks 86 1998 2001 Drexel
118.Anthony Green 85 2002 2003 Binghamton
 Dwayne Jackson 85 2006 2009 Binghamton
120.Brendan Bald 83 2010 2012 Vermont
 Hendrik Feist 83 2003 2006 Stony Brook
 Will Harris 83 2007 2010 Albany (NY)
 Derrick Jackson 83 2000 2003 Maine
 Candon Rusin 83 2010 2014 Vermont
125.Antwan Hardy 82 2005 2006 Stony Brook
 Ioannis Karalis 82 2003 2006 New Hampshire
 Corey Sullivan 82 2001 2004 Vermont