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Big Ten Conference Career Leaders and Records for 2-Point Field Goal Attempts

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 2PA From To Last School
1.JaJuan Johnson 1350 2008 2011 Purdue
2.Alando Tucker 1334 2003 2007 Wisconsin
3.Jamelle Cornley 1194 2006 2009 Penn State
4.Kalin Lucas 1180 2008 2011 Michigan State
5.Michael Redd 1167 1998 2000 Ohio State
6.E'Twaun Moore 1135 2008 2011 Purdue
7.William Buford 1132 2009 2012 Ohio State
8.Mike Davis 1099 2008 2011 Illinois
9.Paul Davis 1094 2003 2006 Michigan State
10.DeShawn Sims 1083 2007 2010 Michigan
11.Terence Dials 1080 2002 2006 Ohio State
12.Kirk Haston 1079 1999 2001 Indiana
13.Raymar Morgan 1039 2007 2010 Michigan State
14.Bernard Robinson 1019 2001 2004 Michigan
15.Geary Claxton 1006 2005 2008 Penn State
16.Tim Frazier 975 2010 2014 Penn State
17.D.J. White 972 2005 2008 Indiana
18.Brian Cook 969 2000 2003 Illinois
19.Roy Devyn Marble 963 2011 2014 Iowa
20.Greg Brunner 962 2003 2006 Iowa
21.Dan Coleman 952 2005 2008 Minnesota
22.Lavell Blanchard 949 2000 2003 Michigan
23.Evan Turner 924 2008 2010 Ohio State
24.Drew Crawford 917 2010 2014 Northwestern
25.Draymond Green 911 2009 2012 Michigan State
26.Jeff Newton 907 2000 2003 Indiana
27.Christian Watford 905 2010 2013 Indiana
28.Dusty Rychart 872 1999 2002 Minnesota
29.Talor Battle 861 2008 2011 Penn State
30.Courtney Sims 856 2004 2007 Michigan
31.Ryan Evans 853 2010 2013 Wisconsin
32.Deshaun Thomas 851 2011 2013 Ohio State
 Mike Tisdale 851 2008 2011 Illinois
34.Andre Hutson 850 1998 2001 Michigan State
35.James Augustine 847 2003 2006 Illinois
36.Terone Johnson 842 2011 2014 Purdue
37.Verdell Jones 839 2009 2012 Indiana
38.Manny Harris 836 2008 2010 Michigan
39.John Shurna 825 2009 2012 Northwestern
40.Michael Wilkinson 820 2002 2005 Wisconsin
41.Charlie Bell 819 1998 2001 Michigan State
42.Jitim Young 809 2001 2004 Northwestern
43.Melsahn Basabe 805 2011 2014 Iowa
44.Jon Leuer 802 2008 2011 Wisconsin
45.Jared Sullinger 797 2011 2012 Ohio State
46.Luke Recker 796 1998 2002 Iowa
47.Tavaras Hardy 795 1999 2002 Northwestern
48.Ralph Sampson 775 2009 2012 Minnesota
49.Ken Johnson 771 1998 2001 Ohio State
 Goran Suton 771 2006 2009 Michigan State
51.Shaun Pruitt 768 2005 2008 Illinois
52.Frank Williams 766 2000 2002 Illinois
53.Brian Brown 763 1999 2002 Ohio State
54.Robbie Hummel 760 2008 2012 Purdue
 Mark Vershaw 760 1998 2001 Wisconsin
56.Demetri McCamey 750 2008 2011 Illinois
57.Dean Oliver 748 1998 2001 Iowa
58.A.J. Guyton 742 1997 2000 Indiana
59.David Lighty 731 2007 2011 Ohio State
 Jordan Taylor 731 2009 2012 Wisconsin
61.Keith Appling 727 2011 2014 Michigan State
62.Joe Crispin 726 1998 2001 Penn State
 Spencer Tollackson 726 2005 2008 Minnesota
64.Pierre Pierce 725 2002 2005 Iowa
65.Gyasi Cline-Heard 716 1998 2001 Penn State
66.Brandon Paul 706 2010 2013 Illinois
67.Jarrett Stephens 705 1998 2000 Penn State
68.Adreian Payne 701 2011 2014 Michigan State
69.Rodney Williams 698 2010 2013 Minnesota
70.Marcus Landry 696 2006 2009 Wisconsin
71.Quincy Lewis 686 1996 1999 Minnesota
72.Aaron Craft 682 2011 2014 Ohio State
73.Dee Brown 681 2003 2006 Illinois
74.Roger Powell 679 2002 2005 Illinois
75.D.J. Newbill 678 2011 2014 Penn State
76.Daniel Horton 676 2003 2006 Michigan
77.Kelvin Torbert 674 2002 2005 Michigan State
78.Mateen Cleaves 673 1997 2000 Michigan State
79.Cody Zeller 672 2012 2013 Indiana
80.Vincent Grier 669 2003 2006 Minnesota
81.Morris Peterson 666 1996 2000 Michigan State
82.Reggie Evans 665 2001 2002 Iowa
 Jared Jeffries 665 2001 2002 Indiana
84.Branden Dawson 664 2012 2014 Michigan State
 Jordan Morgan 664 2011 2014 Michigan
86.Brian Butch 661 2005 2008 Wisconsin
 Durrell Summers 661 2008 2011 Michigan State
88.Aaron White 656 2012 2014 Iowa
89.Maurice Ager 653 2003 2006 Michigan State
90.Tim Hardaway Jr. 650 2011 2013 Michigan
 Glen Worley 650 2001 2004 Iowa
92.Sergio McClain 645 1998 2001 Illinois
93.Andy Kowske 641 1998 2001 Wisconsin
94.Kevin Coble 640 2007 2009 Northwestern
95.Cory Bradford 638 1998 2002 Illinois
 Dion Harris 638 2004 2007 Michigan
97.Evan Eschmeyer 636 1996 1999 Northwestern
98.Willie Deane 634 1999 2003 Purdue
99.Alan Anderson 632 2002 2005 Michigan State
100.Zach Williams 628 2001 2003 Ohio State
101.Bracey Wright 627 2003 2005 Indiana
102.Carl Landry 626 2005 2007 Purdue
103.Michael Thompson 625 2008 2011 Northwestern
104.Will Sheehey 622 2011 2014 Indiana
105.Vedran Vukusic 615 2002 2006 Northwestern
106.Brandon Watkins 614 2000 2003 Penn State
107.Matt Gatens 612 2009 2012 Iowa
 Victor Oladipo 612 2011 2013 Indiana
109.Brandon Mcknight 611 2002 2005 Purdue
110.Shannon Brown 608 2004 2006 Michigan State
111.Trey Burke 607 2012 2013 Michigan
 Lewis Jackson 607 2009 2012 Purdue
113.Lester Abram 606 2003 2007 Michigan
114.Brent Darby 605 2000 2003 Ohio State
115.Derrick Nix 602 2010 2013 Michigan State
116.Kirk Penney 597 2000 2003 Wisconsin
117.Damian Johnson 595 2007 2010 Minnesota
118.Maurice Hargrow 594 2002 2006 Minnesota
119.Calvin Booth 593 1996 1999 Penn State
120.David Teague 583 2003 2007 Purdue
121.Jeff Brooks 580 2008 2011 Penn State
122.Matt Kiefer 575 2003 2006 Purdue
123.Trevon Hughes 571 2007 2010 Wisconsin
124.Jan Jagla 566 2002 2004 Penn State
125.Lawrence Westbrook 564 2007 2010 Minnesota