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Colonial Athletic Association 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.Brett Blizzard 371 2000 2003 North Carolina-Wilmington
2.Antoine Agudio 357 2005 2008 Hofstra
3.Marcus Thornton 308 2012 2015 William & Mary
4.Phil Goss 306 2002 2005 Drexel
5.Lamar Butler 295 2002 2006 George Mason
6.David Schneider 278 2007 2010 William & Mary
7.Chris Fouch 275 2010 2014 Drexel
8.Kyle Anderson 269 2012 2015 Delaware
 B.A. Walker 269 2004 2007 Virginia Commonwealth
10.Chad Tomko 256 2008 2011 North Carolina-Wilmington
11.Julius Wells 247 2009 2012 James Madison
12.Joel Smith 243 2010 2013 Northeastern
13.Bradford Burgess 231 2009 2012 Virginia Commonwealth
14.Josh Thornton 224 2006 2010 Towson
15.Matt Janning 223 2007 2010 Northeastern
16.Jawan Carter 220 2007 2011 Delaware
17.Dominick Mejia 217 2003 2007 Drexel
18.Nathan Mann 215 2005 2008 William & Mary
19.Quinn McDowell 213 2009 2012 William & Mary
20.Joey Rodriguez 211 2008 2011 Virginia Commonwealth
21.Mike Ames 209 2001 2004 Delaware
22.Kyle Swanston 206 2006 2009 James Madison
23.Carlos Rivera 201 2004 2007 Hofstra
24.John Goldsberry 196 2003 2006 North Carolina-Wilmington
 Trae Goldston 196 2007 2010 Georgia State
 Damion Lee 196 2012 2015 Drexel
27.Brandon Rozzell 193 2008 2011 Virginia Commonwealth
28.David Fanning 192 2000 2003 James Madison
 Devon Saddler 192 2011 2014 Delaware
30.Tramayne Hawthorne 191 2006 2009 Drexel
31.Bo Jones 182 1999 2001 Virginia Commonwealth
32.Chaisson Allen 180 2008 2011 Northeastern
 Charles Jenkins 180 2008 2011 Hofstra
34.Brandon Hawkins 174 1999 2002 East Carolina
 Brian Henderson 174 2005 2008 Old Dominion
36.Isaiah Hunter 173 2003 2006 Old Dominion
37.Tanner Milson 171 2011 2014 North Carolina-Wilmington
38.Mark Poag 170 1998 1999 Old Dominion
 Jamal Shuler 170 2005 2008 Virginia Commonwealth
40.Andrey Semenov 168 2009 2014 James Madison
 John Vaughan 168 2005 2009 George Mason
42.Dwayne Broyles 167 2001 2004 James Madison
 Leonard Mendez 167 2006 2009 Georgia State
44.Andre Cornelius 166 2009 2012 George Mason
45.Ahmad Dorsett 165 1998 2000 George Mason
46.Folarin Campbell 163 2005 2008 George Mason
 Erik Herring 163 1998 2001 George Mason
48.Julian Boatner 161 2011 2014 William & Mary
 Daniel Fountain 161 2005 2008 North Carolina-Wilmington
 Andre Smith 161 2007 2009 George Mason
51.Ray Barbosa 160 2004 2008 James Madison
52.Alphonso Dawson 156 2008 2011 Delaware
 Willie Taylor 156 1999 2003 Virginia Commonwealth
 Rasheed Wright 156 2000 2003 Old Dominion
55.Cameron Long 155 2008 2011 George Mason
 Gary Neal 155 2003 2007 Towson
57.Frank Massenat 152 2011 2014 Drexel
58.Jonathan Baker 148 1998 1999 Richmond
59.Rulon Washington 147 2003 2006 Delaware
60.Anthony Humpty Hitchens 146 2011 2012 James Madison
 Lamar Taylor 146 1998 2001 Virginia Commonwealth
62.Adam Hess 144 2000 2004 William & Mary
63.Mike Moore 143 2008 2012 Hofstra
64.Eric Maynor 142 2006 2009 Virginia Commonwealth
 David Walker 142 2013 2015 Northeastern
66.Jim Moran 141 1998 2001 William & Mary
67.Garrett Blackwelder 140 1998 2000 East Carolina
 Scott Lilly 140 1998 2001 Virginia Commonwealth
 Eugene Spates 140 2007 2009 Northeastern
 John Waller 140 2001 2004 Old Dominion
71.T.J. Carter 139 2004 2008 North Carolina-Wilmington
 Stan Simmons 139 1998 1999 North Carolina-Wilmington
73.Darius James 138 2008 2011 Old Dominion
 Jesse Pellot-Rosa 138 2004 2007 Virginia Commonwealth
75.Jamar Perry 137 1998 2000 James Madison
76.Tim Whitworth 136 2000 2004 Drexel
77.Brian Johnson 135 2007 2011 Delaware
 Danny Sumner 135 2007 2010 William & Mary
79.Cornelius Vines 132 2009 2010 Hofstra
80.Quincy Ford 131 2012 2015 Northeastern
81.Mike Johnson 129 1998 2002 William & Mary
 Jonathan Pease 129 2004 2008 Towson
83.Brandon Britt 128 2011 2014 William & Mary
84.Troy Daniels 127 2010 2013 Virginia Commonwealth
 Aurimas Kieza 127 2003 2006 Hofstra
 Drew Williamson 127 2004 2007 Old Dominion
87.Four McGlynn 126 2012 2015 Towson
 Michael Williams 126 1998 2001 Old Dominion
89.Tony Skinn 125 2004 2006 George Mason
90.Michael Radziejewski 124 2002 2005 Hofstra
91.Gerald Colds 123 2008 2011 Drexel
 A.J. Davis 123 2009 2013 James Madison
 Ben Finney 123 2008 2011 Old Dominion
94.Marcus Damas 122 2012 2014 Towson
95.Zygis Sestokas 120 2006 2009 Hofstra
96.Mike Slattery 119 2002 2005 Delaware
97.Trian Iliadis 118 2009 2012 Old Dominion
98.Tim Crossin 115 2006 2009 Towson
 Nick George 115 2003 2006 Virginia Commonwealth
100.Ron Curry 113 2013 2015 James Madison
101.Rick Apodaca 111 2000 2003 Hofstra
 Abdi Lidonde 111 2004 2008 Old Dominion
103.Jabari Outtz 110 1999 2000 James Madison
 Matt Rum 110 2010 2013 William & Mary
 Derrick Thomas 110 2010 2013 Drexel
106.Montez Downey 109 2007 2010 North Carolina-Wilmington
 Laimis Kisielius 109 2005 2008 William & Mary
 Kiah Thomas 109 2002 2005 Old Dominion
109.Jonathan Lee 108 2010 2013 Northeastern
 Harding Nana 108 2002 2006 Delaware
 Kinte Smith 108 1999 2001 Richmond
112.Jihad Ali 107 2008 2012 Georgia State
113.Jeremiah King 106 2002 2005 Drexel
114.Dion Nesmith 105 2012 2015 Hofstra
115.Nick D'Antoni 104 2002 2005 William & Mary
 Ronald Hearns 104 2000 2001 American
 Devonta White 104 2011 2014 Georgia State
118.Reggie Brown 103 2000 2004 Richmond
 Domonic Jones 103 2001 2004 Virginia Commonwealth
 Bashir Mason 103 2004 2007 Drexel
121.Johnny Wolf 102 2006 2010 North Carolina-Wilmington
122.Stewart Hare 101 1999 2002 North Carolina-Wilmington
123.Kent Bazemore 100 2009 2012 Old Dominion
124.Randy Bracy 99 1998 1999 William & Mary
 Vertrail Vaughns 99 2010 2014 George Mason