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Conference USA 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 2013-14 seasons.
Stats include all games played.

Since 1997-98

Rank Player 3P From To Last School
1.Jobey Thomas 346 1999 2002 Charlotte
2.Demon Brown 341 2001 2004 Charlotte
3.Randy Culpepper 318 2008 2011 Texas-El Paso
4.Rodney Carney 287 2003 2006 Memphis
5.Travis Diener 284 2002 2005 Marquette
6.Robert Nyakundi 267 2009 2012 Southern Methodist
7.Field Williams 262 2001 2004 Cincinnati
8.Rob McKiver 261 2005 2008 Houston
9.Akeem Richmond 260 2010 2014 East Carolina
10.Steve Logan 258 1999 2002 Cincinnati
11.Taquan Dean 254 2003 2006 Louisville
 Robert Vaden 254 2005 2009 Alabama-Birmingham
13.Reggie Kohn 252 2000 2003 South Florida
14.Kelvin Lewis 251 2007 2010 Houston
 Jermaine Taylor 251 2006 2009 Central Florida
16.Morris Finley 248 2000 2004 Alabama-Birmingham
 Scottie Haralson 248 2009 2013 Tulsa
18.Corey Santee 243 2002 2005 Texas Christian
19.Anthony Rice 242 2002 2005 Memphis
20.Doneal Mack 239 2007 2010 Memphis
21.Diego Guevara 235 1998 2001 Charlotte
22.Steve Novak 233 2003 2006 Marquette
23.Justin Hurtt 227 2008 2011 Tulsa
 Andre Owens 227 2001 2005 Houston
25.Reece Gaines 225 2000 2003 Louisville
26.Sam Hinnant 221 2006 2009 East Carolina
27.Jordan Callahan 217 2010 2013 Tulane
28.Drake Diener 216 2002 2005 DePaul
29.Brendan Plavich 211 2001 2005 Charlotte
30.Damier Pitts 201 2009 2012 Marshall
31.Brian Wardle 197 1998 2001 Marquette
32.Mike O'Donnell 195 2004 2008 Central Florida
33.Isaac Sosa 190 2009 2013 Central Florida
34.Cedric Smith 183 1998 2001 South Florida
 Lanny Smith 183 2004 2008 Houston
36.Francisco Garcia 180 2003 2005 Louisville
37.Jamar Abrams 175 2008 2011 East Carolina
38.Marvett McDonald 173 2005 2006 Alabama-Birmingham
 Ben Uzoh 173 2007 2010 Tulsa
40.Jeremy Hunt 167 2003 2007 Memphis
41.Chris Crawford 166 2011 2014 Memphis
42.Brandon Spann 165 2000 2003 Tulane
43.Kevin Sims 164 2007 2010 Tulane
 Brian Swift 164 2002 2005 South Florida
 Neil Watson 164 2012 2014 Southern Mississippi
46.Connor Frizzelle 163 2009 2012 Rice
 Marcus Moody 163 1998 2001 Memphis
 Larry O'Bannon 163 2002 2005 Louisville
49.Willie Kemp 162 2007 2010 Memphis
50.Oliver Lafayette 161 2006 2007 Houston
 Austin Ramljak 161 2013 2014 Rice
 Ray Reese 161 2006 2009 Tulsa
 Marcus Shropshire 161 2001 2005 Texas Christian
54.Junior Blount 160 2002 2003 Texas Christian
 Jamarr Sanders 160 2008 2011 Alabama-Birmingham
56.Rodney Foster 158 2006 2009 Rice
57.Marques Maybin 156 1998 2001 Louisville
58.John Cliff 155 1998 2000 Marquette
 Lawrence Kinnard 155 2006 2009 Alabama-Birmingham
60.Dago Pena 147 2009 2012 Marshall
61.Melvin Levett 143 1998 1999 Cincinnati
 Tony Williams 143 1998 2000 Louisville
63.Chris Moore 142 2004 2007 Tulane
64.Cordell Henry 141 1999 2002 Marquette
65.David Wall 139 2000 2001 Southern Mississippi
66.Craig Craft 138 2006 2009 Southern Mississippi
 Kris Richard 138 2008 2011 Tulane
68.Antonio Anderson 137 2006 2009 Memphis
69.Jerrold Brooks 136 2013 2014 Southern Mississippi
70.James Legan 135 2008 2009 East Carolina
71.Altron Jackson 133 1999 2002 South Florida
72.Lucas Kuipers 132 2009 2012 Rice
73.Jontae Sherrod 131 2008 2011 East Carolina
 Jordan Swing 131 2010 2014 Alabama-Birmingham
 Mike Walker 131 2008 2011 Southern Methodist
76.Cory Pflieger 130 2006 2009 Rice
77.Damon Cobb 129 1998 1999 Alabama-Birmingham
 Chris Lutz 129 2006 2010 Marshall
79.Eric Holmes 128 1999 2000 Alabama-Birmingham
80.Tony Bobbitt 127 2003 2004 Cincinnati
 Miguel Paul 127 2009 2013 East Carolina
82.P.J. Arnold 126 2001 2002 Alabama-Birmingham
83.Morris Almond 125 2004 2007 Rice
84.Dion Dowell 124 2005 2008 Houston
85.Drew Diener 123 2001 2003 Saint Louis
 Ricky Tarrant 123 2012 2013 Tulane
87.R.L. Horton 121 2008 2011 Southern Mississippi
 Bobby Simmons 121 1999 2001 DePaul
 Joseph Young 121 2012 2014 Houston
90.Jeremy Wise 120 2007 2009 Southern Mississippi
91.David Haywood 119 2002 2005 Southern Mississippi
 Roburt Sallie 119 2009 2010 Memphis
 Joe Tulley 119 2000 2003 DePaul
94.Jon Killen 118 2005 2008 Southern Methodist
95.Gee Gervin 117 1999 2000 Houston
 Jay Hook 117 2012 2014 Tulane
 Quentin Richardson 117 1999 2000 DePaul
98.Ramon Dyer 116 2003 2006 Houston
 Josh Fisher 116 2001 2004 Saint Louis
 Tamir Jackson 116 2010 2013 Rice
101.Rod Earls 115 2007 2008 Tulsa
 Preston Purifoy 115 2011 2014 Alabama-Birmingham
103.Reggie Bryant 114 2004 2005 Saint Louis
 Marcus Jordan 114 2010 2012 Central Florida
 Josh Peppers 114 2004 2007 Central Florida
106.Eric Batchelor 113 2001 2002 Alabama-Birmingham
 Markel Humphrey 113 2006 2009 Marshall
 Justin Love 113 1999 2000 Saint Louis
109.Courtney Captain 112 2006 2007 East Carolina
 Christian Polk 112 2007 2011 Texas-El Paso
111.DeAndre Kane 111 2011 2014 Marshall
112.C.J. Cooper 110 2012 2014 Texas-El Paso
 Stefon Jackson 110 2006 2009 Texas-El Paso
 Bingo Merriex 110 2000 2003 Texas Christian
115.Mark Dorris 109 2006 2008 Marshall
116.Virgel Cobbin 108 1998 1999 Saint Louis
 LaShay Page 108 2011 2013 Southern Mississippi
118.Curtis Nash 107 2002 2003 Charlotte
119.Shaquille Johnson 104 2009 2012 Marshall
120.Kevin Henderson 103 2006 2007 Texas-El Paso
121.Anthony Drejaj 102 2003 2006 Saint Louis
 Patrick Swilling 102 2011 2014 Tulsa
123.Ben Cherry 101 2010 2014 Charlotte
 Willie Coleman 101 1998 1999 DePaul
125.Antonio Barton 100 2011 2014 Memphis