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

Leaders and Records: Single Season ▪ Career ▪ Yearly

Click on the Player for career record and accomplishments.
Leaders are based on stats from the 1997-98 through 2014-15 seasons.
Stats include all games played.

Since 1997-98

Rank Player 3P From To Last School
1.Gerry McNamara 400 2003 2006 Syracuse
2.Gary Buchanan 337 2000 2003 Villanova
3.Colin Falls 331 2004 2007 Notre Dame
4.Jeremy Hazell 328 2008 2011 Seton Hall
5.Deonta Vaughn 313 2007 2010 Cincinnati
6.Allan Ray 312 2003 2006 Villanova
7.Chris Thomas 302 2002 2005 Notre Dame
8.Matt Carroll 301 2000 2003 Notre Dame
9.Troy Bell 300 2000 2003 Boston College
10.Kyle McAlarney 298 2006 2009 Notre Dame
11.Ashton Gibbs 297 2009 2012 Pittsburgh
12.Scottie Reynolds 287 2007 2010 Villanova
13.Andy Rautins 282 2006 2010 Syracuse
14.Rashad Anderson 276 2003 2006 Connecticut
15.Donnie McGrath 274 2003 2006 Providence
16.Darius Lane 273 2000 2002 Seton Hall
17.Bryce Cotton 266 2011 2014 Providence
18.Ricky Shields 265 2002 2005 Rutgers
19.D'Angelo Harrison 264 2012 2015 St. John's (NY)
 Corey Stokes 264 2008 2011 Villanova
21.Alex Ruoff 261 2006 2009 West Virginia
22.Darius Rice 260 2001 2004 Miami (FL)
23.David Graves 259 1999 2002 Notre Dame
24.Kevin Pittsnogle 253 2003 2006 West Virginia
25.Quincy Douby 251 2004 2006 Rutgers
 Mike Nardi 251 2004 2007 Villanova
27.Preston Shumpert 249 1999 2002 Syracuse
28.Ben Gordon 246 2002 2004 Connecticut
29.Andre Barrett 244 2001 2004 Seton Hall
30.Patrick Beilein 242 2003 2006 West Virginia
31.Jonathan Wallace 240 2005 2008 Georgetown
32.Chris Quinn 239 2003 2006 Notre Dame
33.Ronald Ramon 233 2005 2008 Pittsburgh
34.Darius Johnson-Odom 221 2010 2012 Marquette
35.Sean Kilpatrick 220 2011 2014 Cincinnati
36.Jamar Nutter 219 2005 2008 Seton Hall
37.Randy Foye 213 2003 2006 Villanova
38.Julius Page 210 2001 2004 Pittsburgh
 Jerry Smith 210 2007 2010 Louisville
40.Darrun Hilliard 209 2012 2015 Villanova
 Brandin Knight 209 2000 2003 Pittsburgh
42.Eric Devendorf 208 2006 2009 Syracuse
43.Sharaud Curry 207 2006 2010 Providence
44.Da'Sean Butler 205 2007 2010 West Virginia
 Demetris Nichols 205 2004 2007 Syracuse
46.Edgar Sosa 200 2007 2010 Louisville
47.Preston Knowles 198 2008 2011 Louisville
 Jermaine Medley 198 1998 2001 Villanova
49.Darryl Bryant 197 2009 2012 West Virginia
 Jeff Greer 197 1998 2001 Rutgers
51.Khalid El-Amin 195 1998 2000 Connecticut
 Will Walker 195 2007 2010 DePaul
 Terrence Williams 195 2006 2009 Louisville
54.James Bell 190 2011 2014 Villanova
 Carl Krauser 190 2003 2006 Pittsburgh
56.Kevin Braswell 189 1999 2002 Georgetown
57.Austin Freeman 187 2008 2011 Georgetown
 LaDontae Henton 187 2012 2015 Providence
 Frank Young 187 2004 2007 West Virginia
60.Lionel Armstead 186 1999 2002 West Virginia
 Cashmere Wright 186 2010 2013 Cincinnati
62.Ryan Arcidiacono 185 2013 2015 Villanova
63.Jason Clark 183 2009 2012 Georgetown
64.Albert Mouring 177 1998 2001 Connecticut
 D'Vauntes Smith-Rivera 177 2013 2015 Georgetown
66.Brian Chase 176 2000 2003 Virginia Tech
67.Deshaun Williams 175 2000 2004 Syracuse
68.Shabazz Napier 173 2011 2014 Connecticut
 Brandon Triche 173 2010 2013 Syracuse
70.Fuquan Edwin 172 2011 2014 Seton Hall
71.Jerome Coleman 171 2002 2003 Rutgers
72.Ryan Ayers 170 2006 2009 Notre Dame
73.Lazar Hayward 169 2007 2010 Marquette
 Dominic James 169 2006 2009 Marquette
 Kyle Kuric 169 2009 2012 Louisville
76.Richard Hamilton 167 1997 1999 Connecticut
 Martin Ingelsby 167 1998 2001 Notre Dame
78.Gerald Riley 165 2001 2004 Georgetown
 Markel Starks 165 2011 2014 Georgetown
80.Jerel McNeal 164 2006 2009 Marquette
81.Carlos Dixon 161 2001 2005 Virginia Tech
 Corey Fisher 161 2008 2011 Villanova
83.Tim Abromaitis 160 2008 2012 Notre Dame
 Johnny Hemsley 160 1998 2000 Miami (FL)
 Dominique Jones 160 2008 2010 South Florida
 Kenny Walls 160 1999 2002 Boston College
87.Levance Fields 159 2006 2009 Pittsburgh
 Jarrett Lockhart 159 1998 2000 Pittsburgh
89.Todd Billet 158 2000 2001 Rutgers
 Marshon Brooks 158 2008 2011 Providence
 A.J. Price 158 2007 2009 Connecticut
92.Ashanti Cook 157 2003 2006 Georgetown
93.Kellen Dunham 155 2013 2015 Butler
94.Ben Hansbrough 154 2007 2011 Notre Dame
 Mike Rosario 154 2009 2013 Rutgers
96.James Southerland 153 2010 2013 Syracuse
97.Jeremiah Kelly 152 2009 2012 DePaul
98.Willie Shaw 151 2001 2004 St. John's (NY)
99.Melvin Buckley 150 2003 2007 South Florida
100.Paris Horne 148 2008 2011 St. John's (NY)
 Sheiku Kabba 148 2001 2004 Providence
 Jessie Sapp 148 2006 2009 Georgetown
103.Travon Woodall 147 2009 2013 Pittsburgh
 Donatas Zavackas 147 2000 2003 Pittsburgh
105.David Cubillan 146 2007 2010 Marquette
 Andre McGee 146 2006 2009 Louisville
107.Dion Dixon 145 2009 2012 Cincinnati
 DaJuan Summers 145 2007 2009 Georgetown
109.Draelon Burns 143 2005 2008 DePaul
110.Brian McKenzie 142 2007 2010 Providence
111.Weyinmi Efejuku 140 2006 2009 Providence
 Marquis Webb 140 2004 2007 Rutgers
113.Russell Carter 139 2004 2007 Notre Dame
 Brian Lynch 139 1998 2000 Villanova
115.Phil Greene 138 2012 2015 St. John's (NY)
116.Geoff Billet 136 1998 1999 Rutgers
117.Jerome Dyson 135 2007 2010 Connecticut
 Johannes Herber 135 2003 2006 West Virginia
 John Linehan 135 1998 2002 Providence
 Darrel Owens 135 2003 2006 Georgetown
 Anthony Perry 135 1999 2001 Georgetown
122.Donald Copeland 133 2003 2006 Seton Hall
 Jeff Xavier 133 2005 2009 Providence
124.Aaron Cosby 132 2012 2015 Seton Hall
125.Brandon Young 130 2011 2014 DePaul