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Big East Conference Career Leaders and Records for Steals

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 2013-14 seasons.
Stats include all games played.

Since 1997-98

Rank Player STL From To Last School
1.John Linehan 385 1998 2002 Providence
2.Kevin Braswell 349 1999 2002 Georgetown
3.Brandin Knight 298 2000 2003 Pittsburgh
4.Fuquan Edwin 295 2011 2014 Seton Hall
5.Jerel McNeal 287 2006 2009 Marquette
6.Troy Bell 272 2000 2003 Boston College
7.Gerry McNamara 258 2003 2006 Syracuse
8.Paul Gause 256 2006 2009 Seton Hall
9.Peyton Siva 254 2010 2013 Louisville
10.Chris Thomas 244 2002 2005 Notre Dame
11.Jason Hart 239 1997 2000 Syracuse
12.Dominic James 238 2006 2009 Marquette
13.Tory Jackson 211 2007 2010 Notre Dame
14.Terrence Williams 210 2006 2009 Louisville
15.Scottie Reynolds 207 2007 2010 Villanova
16.Marcus Hatten 205 2002 2003 St. John's (NY)
 Geoff McDermott 205 2006 2009 Providence
18.Eugene Harvey 203 2007 2010 Seton Hall
19.David Graves 202 1999 2002 Notre Dame
20.Randy Foye 198 2003 2006 Villanova
 Cashmere Wright 198 2010 2013 Cincinnati
22.Ricardo Greer 196 1998 2001 Pittsburgh
 Eugene Lawrence 196 2005 2008 St. John's (NY)
24.Jaron Brown 192 2001 2004 Pittsburgh
 John Salmons 192 1999 2002 Miami (FL)
26.Jeremy Hazell 191 2008 2011 Seton Hall
27.Carl Krauser 190 2003 2006 Pittsburgh
28.Rashod Kent 189 1999 2002 Rutgers
 Alex Ruoff 189 2006 2009 West Virginia
30.Jerome Dyson 188 2007 2010 Connecticut
 Brandon Young 188 2011 2014 DePaul
32.Khalid El-Amin 186 1998 2000 Connecticut
 Preston Shumpert 186 1999 2002 Syracuse
34.Kemba Walker 185 2009 2011 Connecticut
35.Scoop Jardine 184 2008 2012 Syracuse
 Bryant Matthews 184 2001 2004 Virginia Tech
37.D.J. Kennedy 183 2008 2011 St. John's (NY)
 Russ Smith 183 2011 2014 Louisville
39.Ryan Gomes 181 2002 2005 Providence
40.Jordan Theodore 180 2009 2012 Seton Hall
41.Kris Joseph 179 2009 2012 Syracuse
 Gerald Riley 179 2001 2004 Georgetown
43.Shabazz Napier 178 2011 2014 Connecticut
44.Jerry Smith 177 2007 2010 Louisville
45.Corey Fisher 174 2008 2011 Villanova
46.Andre Barrett 173 2001 2004 Seton Hall
47.Andy Rautins 172 2006 2010 Syracuse
 Deonta Vaughn 172 2007 2010 Cincinnati
49.Weyinmi Efejuku 171 2006 2009 Providence
50.Brandon Bowman 170 2003 2006 Georgetown
 Jason Clark 170 2009 2012 Georgetown
 Vernon Jennings 170 1998 2000 Miami (FL)
53.Anthony Glover 169 2000 2003 St. John's (NY)
54.Deshaun Williams 168 2000 2004 Syracuse
55.Erick Barkley 167 1999 2000 St. John's (NY)
56.Vincent Council 164 2010 2013 Providence
57.Taliek Brown 163 2001 2004 Connecticut
58.Dante Cunningham 162 2006 2009 Villanova
 Darius Lane 162 2000 2002 Seton Hall
60.Josh Pace 161 2002 2005 Syracuse
 Anthony Perry 161 1999 2001 Georgetown
62.Lazar Hayward 158 2007 2010 Marquette
 Johannes Herber 158 2003 2006 West Virginia
64.J.D. Collins 156 2003 2006 West Virginia
65.Wesley Matthews 155 2006 2009 Marquette
 Chris Quinn 155 2003 2006 Notre Dame
67.Gary Buchanan 154 2000 2003 Villanova
 Da'Sean Butler 154 2007 2010 West Virginia
 Shaheen Holloway 154 1998 2000 Seton Hall
70.Ryan Sidney 153 2001 2003 Boston College
71.Jeremiah Kelly 152 2009 2012 DePaul
 Preston Knowles 152 2008 2011 Louisville
 Will Walker 152 2007 2010 DePaul
74.Kenny Harley 150 1998 2001 Boston College
75.Derrick Snowden 149 2001 2004 Villanova
76.Jessie Sapp 147 2006 2009 Georgetown
77.Sheiku Kabba 146 2001 2004 Providence
 Brandon Triche 146 2010 2013 Syracuse
79.Dominique Jones 144 2008 2010 South Florida
80.John Allen 140 2002 2005 Seton Hall
 Allen Griffin 140 1998 2001 Syracuse
 Chris Wright 140 2008 2011 Georgetown
83.Reggie Jessie 139 1998 2001 St. John's (NY)
 Michael Simmons 139 1999 2003 Miami (FL)
85.Darrel Owens 138 2003 2006 Georgetown
 Allan Ray 138 2003 2006 Villanova
87.James Jones 137 2000 2003 Miami (FL)
 Sir'Dominic Pointer 137 2012 2014 St. John's (NY)
 Reggie Redding 137 2007 2010 Villanova
 Tyrone Sally 137 2002 2005 West Virginia
91.Jae Crowder 136 2011 2012 Marquette
 Jeff Greer 136 1998 2001 Rutgers
 Martin Ingelsby 136 1998 2001 Notre Dame
94.Ryan Blackwell 135 1998 2000 Syracuse
 Vonteego Cummings 135 1996 1999 Pittsburgh
96.Caron Butler 134 2001 2002 Connecticut
 Sharaud Curry 134 2006 2010 Providence
 Eric Devendorf 134 2006 2009 Syracuse
 Marcus Toney-El 134 2001 2004 Seton Hall
 Chevon Troutman 134 2002 2005 Pittsburgh
101.Daryll Hill 132 2004 2007 St. John's (NY)
 Rick Jackson 132 2008 2011 Syracuse
 Brian Laing 132 2005 2008 Seton Hall
104.Hakim Warrick 131 2002 2005 Syracuse
105.Ashanti Cook 130 2003 2006 Georgetown
 Brad Wanamaker 130 2008 2011 Pittsburgh
107.Marshon Brooks 129 2008 2011 Providence
 Michael Carter-Williams 129 2012 2013 Syracuse
 Dane Miller 129 2010 2013 Rutgers
 Abdul Mills 129 2000 2004 Providence
 Darius Rice 129 2001 2004 Miami (FL)
 Jonathan Wallace 129 2005 2008 Georgetown
113.Ron Artest 128 1998 1999 St. John's (NY)
 Nat Burton 128 1998 2001 Georgetown
 Dion Dixon 128 2009 2012 Cincinnati
116.Carlos Dixon 127 2001 2005 Virginia Tech
 Andre McGee 127 2006 2009 Louisville
118.Kueth Duany 126 2000 2003 Syracuse
 Paris Horne 126 2008 2011 St. John's (NY)
120.Ben Gordon 125 2002 2004 Connecticut
 Paul Harris 125 2007 2009 Syracuse
 Erron Maxey 125 1998 2001 Providence
 Donnie McGrath 125 2003 2006 Providence
 Terrence Roberts 125 2004 2007 Syracuse
125.Uka Agbai 123 2000 2004 Boston College
 Brooks Sales 123 1999 2002 Villanova
 Craig Smith 123 2003 2006 Boston College