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Colonial Athletic Association Career Leaders and Records for 2-Point Field Goal Attempts

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 2PA From To Last School
1.Loren Stokes 1437 2004 2007 Hofstra
2.George Evans 1419 1998 2001 George Mason
3.Charles Jenkins 1385 2008 2011 Hofstra
4.Devon Saddler 1181 2011 2014 Delaware
5.Gerald Lee 1147 2007 2010 Old Dominion
6.Alex Loughton 1138 2003 2006 Old Dominion
7.Domonic Jones 1128 2001 2004 Virginia Commonwealth
8.Juwann James 1078 2006 2009 James Madison
9.Eric Maynor 1073 2006 2009 Virginia Commonwealth
10.Jai Lewis 1030 2003 2006 George Mason
11.Will Thomas 1018 2005 2008 George Mason
12.Kenny Adeleke 1012 2002 2006 Hofstra
13.Ryan Pearson 990 2009 2012 George Mason
14.Frank Hassell 979 2008 2011 Old Dominion
15.Manny Adako 953 2007 2010 Northeastern
 Samme Givens 953 2009 2012 Drexel
17.Keith Rendelman 924 2011 2013 North Carolina-Wilmington
18.Patrick Doctor 923 1999 2002 American
19.Antoine Agudio 917 2005 2008 Hofstra
 Jamelle Hagins 917 2010 2013 Delaware
 Ricardo Marsh 917 2000 2003 Old Dominion
22.Lawrence Hamm 902 2003 2006 Towson
23.Matt Janning 877 2007 2010 Northeastern
24.Frank Elegar 870 2005 2008 Drexel
25.Nick George 869 2003 2006 Virginia Commonwealth
26.Kent Bazemore 856 2009 2012 Old Dominion
27.Frank Massenat 842 2011 2014 Drexel
28.Arnaud Dahi 812 2004 2007 Old Dominion
29.Tim Rusthoven 799 2011 2014 William & Mary
30.Alphonso Dawson 792 2008 2011 Delaware
31.Brett Blizzard 789 2000 2003 North Carolina-Wilmington
32.Jesse Young 786 2000 2003 George Mason
33.Larry Sanders 782 2008 2010 Virginia Commonwealth
34.Craig Callahan 765 2000 2003 North Carolina-Wilmington
35.Herb Courtney 761 2004 2008 Delaware
 Chad Tomko 761 2008 2011 North Carolina-Wilmington
37.Devon Moore 758 2009 2013 James Madison
38.Vladimir Kuljanin 736 2005 2008 North Carolina-Wilmington
39.Chaisson Allen 734 2008 2011 Northeastern
40.Denzel Bowles 731 2008 2011 James Madison
41.Isaiah Hunter 726 2003 2006 Old Dominion
42.Nathaniel Lester 715 2008 2012 Hofstra
43.Pierre Greene 714 1999 2002 Old Dominion
44.Corey Cofield 713 2004 2007 William & Mary
45.Valdas Vasylius 709 2004 2007 Old Dominion
46.Harding Nana 704 2002 2006 Delaware
47.T.J. Carter 698 2004 2008 North Carolina-Wilmington
48.Chris Williams 693 2001 2004 James Madison
49.Jerrelle Benimon 685 2010 2014 Towson
 Cameron Long 685 2008 2011 George Mason
 Kenell Sanchez 685 2003 2006 Drexel
52.Chris Fouch 684 2010 2014 Drexel
53.Jarvis Threatt 679 2012 2014 Delaware
54.Folarin Campbell 676 2005 2008 George Mason
55.Sherman Rivers 673 2000 2003 William & Mary
56.Todd Hendley 669 2006 2008 North Carolina-Wilmington
57.Michael Morrison 667 2009 2012 George Mason
58.Bradford Burgess 660 2009 2012 Virginia Commonwealth
59.Andre McCullum 659 1999 2001 Old Dominion
60.Pierre Curtis 656 2007 2010 James Madison
61.Tom Strohbehn 654 1999 2002 William & Mary
62.Jim Moran 644 1998 2001 William & Mary
63.Robert Nwankwo 641 2008 2012 Towson
64.Gerald Colds 640 2008 2011 Drexel
 L.F. Likcholitov 640 1999 2002 Virginia Commonwealth
66.Dartaye Ruffin 632 2011 2014 Drexel
67.Laimis Kisielius 627 2005 2008 William & Mary
68.Marcus Thornton 622 2012 2014 William & Mary
69.Bashir Mason 617 2004 2007 Drexel
 Greg Washington 617 2008 2011 Hofstra
71.Adam Hess 614 2000 2004 William & Mary
 Scott Rodgers 614 2006 2009 Drexel
73.Jon Larranaga 613 2000 2003 George Mason
74.Sean Brooks 611 2002 2005 Drexel
 Quinn McDowell 611 2009 2012 William & Mary
76.Jihad Ali 610 2008 2012 Georgia State
 Reggie Spencer 610 2012 2014 Northeastern
78.Greg Stevenson 608 1998 2001 Richmond
79.Leonard Mendez 607 2006 2009 Georgia State
80.Nkem Ojougboh 606 2006 2010 Northeastern
 Saliou-Binet Telly 606 1998 2001 American
82.Ben Finney 598 2008 2011 Old Dominion
83.Erik Herring 595 1998 2001 George Mason
84.David Fanning 591 2000 2003 James Madison
85.Bo Jones 586 1999 2001 Virginia Commonwealth
86.Danny Sumner 583 2007 2010 William & Mary
87.Marcus Damas 582 2012 2014 Towson
88.Rayshawn Goins 581 2011 2013 James Madison
89.Joe Dukes 577 2009 2010 Georgia State
90.Brandon Britt 576 2011 2014 William & Mary
91.Derrick Thomas 574 2010 2013 Drexel
92.Cedrick Williams 572 2012 2014 North Carolina-Wilmington
93.Keyon Carter 560 2008 2011 Old Dominion
 Ian Caskill 560 2000 2003 James Madison
95.Robert Battle 555 2000 2003 Drexel
96.Anthony Terrell 552 2001 2004 North Carolina-Wilmington
97.John Vaughan 551 2005 2009 George Mason
98.Chris Cooper 549 2009 2012 Old Dominion
99.Rashad Chase 548 2006 2009 Georgia State
100.Willie Taylor 547 1999 2003 Virginia Commonwealth
101.Jonathan Lee 544 2010 2013 Northeastern
102.Lamar Taylor 543 1998 2001 Virginia Commonwealth
 Julius Wells 543 2009 2012 James Madison
104.Sherrod Wright 542 2010 2014 George Mason
105.Mike Slattery 541 2002 2005 Delaware
106.Josh Brinkley 538 2010 2013 Delaware
107.Joey Rodriguez 536 2008 2011 Virginia Commonwealth
108.Cal Bowdler 532 1996 1999 Old Dominion
109.Jeremiah King 528 2002 2005 Drexel
110.Bennet Davis 524 2004 2007 Northeastern
111.Devonta White 514 2011 2014 Georgia State
112.Terrance Carter 509 2007 2008 James Madison
113.Wendell Gibson 506 2002 2005 Hofstra
114.Junior Hairston 505 2008 2009 Towson
115.Darius James 504 2008 2011 Old Dominion
 Andrey Semenov 504 2009 2014 James Madison
117.Oleg Kojenets 500 1998 2000 North Carolina-Wilmington
 Pat Mitchell 500 2000 2003 James Madison
119.Rasheed Wright 499 2000 2003 Old Dominion
120.David Imes 498 2010 2013 Hofstra
 Jesse Pellot-Rosa 498 2004 2007 Virginia Commonwealth
 B.A. Walker 498 2004 2007 Virginia Commonwealth
123.Chaz Crawford 492 2004 2007 Drexel
124.Tim Whitworth 491 2000 2004 Drexel
125.Ed Williams 490 2001 2002 North Carolina-Wilmington