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Big Ten 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.Jon Diebler 374 2008 2011 Ohio State
2.Cory Bradford 327 1998 2002 Illinois
3.Craig Moore 320 2006 2009 Northwestern
4.Talor Battle 317 2008 2011 Penn State
5.Joe Crispin 308 1998 2001 Penn State
6.Chris Hill 306 2002 2005 Michigan State
7.Dee Brown 299 2003 2006 Illinois
8.Blake Hoffarber 279 2008 2011 Minnesota
9.D.J. Richardson 278 2010 2013 Illinois
10.Michael Thompson 276 2008 2011 Northwestern
11.John Shurna 274 2009 2012 Northwestern
12.Drew Neitzel 273 2005 2008 Michigan State
13.Dion Harris 268 2004 2007 Michigan
14.Jeff Horner 262 2003 2006 Iowa
15.Sharif Chambliss 255 2001 2005 Wisconsin
16.Jordan Hulls 254 2010 2013 Indiana
17.E'Twaun Moore 243 2008 2011 Purdue
18.Jamar Butler 242 2005 2008 Ohio State
19.Matt Gatens 239 2009 2012 Iowa
 David Teague 239 2003 2007 Purdue
21.Luke Recker 237 1998 2002 Iowa
22.Demetri McCamey 236 2008 2011 Illinois
23.Ben Brust 235 2011 2014 Wisconsin
24.Daniel Horton 233 2003 2006 Michigan
25.Drew Crawford 232 2010 2014 Northwestern
26.A.J. Guyton 227 1997 2000 Indiana
27.Andre Hollins 223 2012 2015 Minnesota
28.Danny Morrissey 221 2005 2009 Penn State
29.Kirk Penney 217 2000 2003 Wisconsin
30.Robbie Hummel 216 2008 2012 Purdue
 Rich McBride 216 2004 2007 Illinois
32.William Buford 215 2009 2012 Ohio State
33.Zack Novak 213 2009 2012 Michigan
34.Jason Bohannon 212 2007 2010 Wisconsin
 Jaraan Cornell 212 1998 2000 Purdue
 Adam Haluska 212 2003 2007 Iowa
 Vedran Vukusic 212 2002 2006 Northwestern
38.Brandon Paul 211 2010 2013 Illinois
39.Luther Head 209 2002 2005 Illinois
40.Titus Ivory 206 1998 2001 Penn State
41.Stu Douglass 205 2009 2012 Michigan
42.Maurice Ager 202 2003 2006 Michigan State
 Tim Hardaway Jr. 202 2011 2013 Michigan
44.Winston Blake 200 2000 2003 Northwestern
 Tom Coverdale 200 2000 2003 Indiana
46.D.J. Byrd 195 2010 2013 Purdue
47.Brody Boyd 193 2001 2004 Iowa
48.Mike Bauer 191 2000 2004 Minnesota
 Sean Harrington 191 2000 2003 Illinois
50.Lavell Blanchard 189 2000 2003 Michigan
51.Marshall Strickland 188 2003 2006 Indiana
52.Devin Harris 187 2002 2004 Wisconsin
53.Bracey Wright 186 2003 2005 Indiana
54.Austin Hollins 181 2011 2014 Minnesota
55.Jordan Taylor 180 2009 2012 Wisconsin
56.Kyle Hornsby 178 2000 2003 Indiana
 Trent Meacham 178 2005 2009 Illinois
58.Keaton Grant 177 2007 2010 Purdue
59.Trevon Hughes 175 2007 2010 Wisconsin
60.Mike Walker 173 2005 2008 Penn State
61.Nik Stauskas 172 2013 2014 Michigan
62.Ryne Smith 169 2009 2012 Purdue
63.Louis Bullock 168 1998 1999 Michigan
64.Christian Watford 164 2010 2013 Indiana
65.Kammron Taylor 163 2004 2007 Wisconsin
 Deron Williams 163 2003 2005 Illinois
67.Dean Oliver 161 1998 2001 Iowa
 Durrell Summers 161 2008 2011 Michigan State
69.Robbie Reid 160 1998 1999 Michigan
70.Alex Marcotullio 157 2010 2013 Northwestern
 Lawrence McKenzie 157 2004 2008 Minnesota
72.Brent Darby 153 2000 2003 Ohio State
 Scoonie Penn 153 1999 2000 Ohio State
74.Roderick Wilmont 150 2004 2007 Indiana
75.Kalin Lucas 149 2008 2011 Michigan State
76.Kevin Burleson 148 2000 2003 Minnesota
77.Sean Connolly 147 1999 2003 Ohio State
78.Gary Harris 146 2013 2014 Michigan State
79.Deshaun Thomas 143 2011 2013 Ohio State
 Sean Wink 143 1998 1999 Northwestern
81.Manny Harris 142 2008 2010 Michigan
82.Chris Allen 141 2008 2012 Michigan State
 David Lighty 141 2007 2011 Ohio State
84.Travis Trice 140 2012 2015 Michigan State
 Lawrence Westbrook 140 2007 2010 Minnesota
86.Je'Kel Foster 139 2005 2006 Ohio State
 Tony Stockman 139 2001 2005 Ohio State
88.Keith Appling 138 2011 2014 Michigan State
 Justin Johnson 138 2007 2008 Iowa
90.Willie Deane 137 1999 2003 Purdue
 Ray Gallegos 137 2010 2014 Nebraska
92.Frank Williams 135 2000 2002 Illinois
93.Kevin Ferrell 134 2013 2015 Indiana
 Roy Devyn Marble 134 2011 2014 Iowa
95.Trey Burke 133 2012 2013 Michigan
 Kent McCausland 133 1998 1999 Iowa
97.Sean Mason 132 1998 1999 Wisconsin
 Josh Oglesby 132 2012 2015 Iowa
99.Lenzelle Smith Jr. 131 2011 2014 Ohio State
100.Morris Peterson 130 1996 2000 Michigan State
101.Ivan Harris 129 2004 2007 Ohio State
102.Kevin Coble 127 2007 2009 Northwestern
103.Michael Redd 126 1998 2000 Ohio State
 Matt Roth 126 2009 2012 Indiana
105.Charlie Bell 125 1998 2001 Michigan State
 Mateen Cleaves 125 1997 2000 Michigan State
 Maynard Lewis 125 1999 2002 Purdue
 Boban Savovic 125 1999 2002 Ohio State
 Robert Vaden 125 2005 2009 Indiana
110.Josh Gasser 124 2011 2015 Wisconsin
111.Jon Bryant 120 1999 2000 Wisconsin
 Terone Johnson 120 2011 2014 Purdue
113.Tony Freeman 118 2006 2010 Iowa
 Steve Lepore 118 1999 2003 Northwestern
115.Gavin Groninger 117 2000 2003 Michigan
116.Ron Coleman 116 2005 2008 Michigan
117.Jason Klein 115 1998 1999 Michigan State
118.Armon Bassett 114 2007 2010 Indiana
119.Chris Lutz 111 2006 2010 Purdue
120.Shannon Brown 110 2004 2006 Michigan State
 Jon Crispin 110 2000 2001 Penn State
122.Brian Cardinal 109 1997 2000 Purdue
 Michael Flowers 109 2005 2008 Wisconsin
124.Jermaine Marshall 108 2011 2014 Penn State
 Stanley Pringle 108 2008 2009 Penn State
 Terrance Simmons 108 1999 2001 Minnesota
 Jitim Young 108 2001 2004 Northwestern