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Mid-American Conference Career Leaders and Records for Assists

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 AST From To Last School
1.D.J. Cooper 934 2010 2013 Ohio
2.DeAndre Haynes 625 2003 2006 Kent State
3.Julius Brown 550 2012 2014 Toledo
4.Brandon Pardon 529 1998 2002 Bowling Green State
5.Trevor Huffman 520 1999 2002 Kent State
6.Cornelius Jackson 518 1999 2001 Marshall
7.Dru Joyce 503 2004 2007 Akron
8.Giordan Watson 489 2005 2008 Central Michigan
9.Mike Douglas 477 2009 2012 Western Michigan
10.Jordon Crawford 473 2010 2013 Bowling Green State
11.Turner Battle 458 2002 2005 Buffalo
12.Alex Abreu 450 2011 2013 Akron
13.Randy Davis 446 2009 2012 Ball State
14.Tim Kisner 434 1998 2001 Central Michigan
15.Michael Ross 421 2002 2005 Eastern Michigan
16.Andrew Mitchell 413 1999 2002 Kent State
17.A.W. Hamilton 411 2001 2005 Marshall
18.Jarod Oldham 409 2011 2014 Buffalo
19.Brian Snider 406 2003 2006 Western Michigan
20.Carlos Medlock 400 2006 2010 Eastern Michigan
21.Quinten Rollins 391 2011 2014 Miami (OH)
22.Justin Ingram 385 2004 2007 Toledo
23.Sonny Troutman 384 2004 2007 Ohio
24.Louis Campbell 383 1999 2002 Buffalo
25.Joe Jakubowski 381 2008 2011 Bowling Green State
26.Kashif Payne 368 2005 2007 Toledo
27.Mike Redell 358 2005 2009 Western Michigan
28.Robby Collum 351 2001 2003 Western Michigan
29.Patrick Jackson 349 1999 2002 Ball State
 Peyton Stovall 349 2004 2008 Ball State
 Travis Young 349 1998 2001 Marshall
32.Jordan Mincy 347 2006 2009 Kent State
33.Andy Hipsher 344 2000 2004 Akron
34.Chris Fowler 339 2013 2014 Central Michigan
35.Chet Mason 328 2002 2005 Miami (OH)
36.Nick Dials 326 2006 2008 Akron
37.Chris Singletary 325 2007 2010 Kent State
38.Anthony Maestranzi 323 2003 2006 Northern Illinois
39.Steve McNees 318 2008 2011 Akron
40.Scott Thomas 317 2009 2012 Bowling Green State
 Rickey Willis 317 2002 2005 Western Michigan
42.Michael Porrini 311 2011 2012 Kent State
43.Dustin Ford 310 1998 2001 Ohio
44.Keith Triplett 304 2002 2005 Toledo
45.Jimmal Ball 302 1998 2000 Akron
46.Keith McLeod 296 1999 2002 Bowling Green State
47.Ed Norvell 293 1998 1999 Kent State
48.Greg Gamble 292 2006 2009 Buffalo
49.Rod Brown 291 1999 2000 Western Michigan
50.Tony Bowne 290 2002 2005 Central Michigan
51.Michael Allen 280 2008 2009 Ohio
 Randal Holt 280 2010 2013 Kent State
 Steven Wright 280 2004 2006 Bowling Green State
54.Byron Mulkey 278 2007 2011 Buffalo
55.Jon Borovich 276 1998 2001 Central Michigan
 Jami Bosley 276 1998 2000 Akron
 Rodriguez Sherman 276 2007 2011 Kent State
58.Rob Mestas 273 1998 2000 Miami (OH)
59.David Kool 272 2007 2010 Western Michigan
60.Terry Reynolds 269 2001 2004 Toledo
 Sammy Villegas 269 2003 2006 Toledo
62.Nick Moore 267 2000 2003 Toledo
63.Nick Kellogg 265 2011 2014 Ohio
64.Albert Fisher 261 2008 2009 Kent State
65.Cory Sims 260 2005 2006 Northern Illinois
66.David Webber 257 1999 2002 Central Michigan
67.Robbie Harman 256 2007 2010 Central Michigan
68.Julian Mavunga 255 2009 2012 Miami (OH)
69.Brandon Hunter 252 2000 2003 Ohio
70.Javon McCrea 249 2011 2014 Buffalo
 Tamar Slay 249 1999 2002 Marshall
72.Darion Anderson 248 2008 2011 Northern Illinois
 William Hatcher 248 2003 2006 Miami (OH)
 Mickey Hosier 248 1998 2000 Ball State
75.John Floyd 247 2005 2006 Bowling Green State
 Antonio Gates 247 2000 2003 Kent State
77.John Boyer 244 2007 2010 Buffalo
78.Shaun Stonerock 241 1999 2000 Ohio
 Bubba Walther 241 2005 2008 Ohio
80.Rodney Pierce 238 2006 2010 Buffalo
81.Jonathan Amos 237 2006 2009 Toledo
82.Duane Clemens 234 1998 2000 Ball State
 Roderick Middleton 234 2003 2006 Buffalo
 Tim Pollitz 234 2005 2008 Miami (OH)
85.Darryl Clements 232 2006 2009 Bowling Green State
 Jaivon Harris 232 2001 2004 Ohio
87.Mike McKinney 229 2004 2007 Northern Illinois
 Thomas Stephens 229 2001 2004 Ohio
 Demetrius Ward 229 2009 2012 Western Michigan
90.Ben Reed 226 2002 2005 Western Michigan
91.Damon Frierson 225 1998 1999 Miami (OH)
92.Darrell Lampley 217 2008 2012 Eastern Michigan
93.Austin Richie 216 2012 2014 Western Michigan
94.T.J. Meerman 215 2000 2004 Central Michigan
95.Quincy Diggs 213 2010 2014 Akron
 C.J. Grantham 213 2000 2001 Eastern Michigan
 Cedrick Middleton 213 2005 2008 Akron
98.Jehvon Clarke 211 2012 2014 Bowling Green State
99.Tyrone Kent 210 2006 2009 Toledo
 Romeo Travis 210 2004 2007 Akron
101.Dave Esterkamp 209 1998 2000 Bowling Green State
 John Hollingsworth 209 2003 2004 Akron
103.Kris Brewer 208 2012 2014 Kent State
104.Nate Miller 206 2007 2009 Bowling Green State
105.Tony Watson 204 2010 2013 Buffalo
106.Demar Moore 202 1998 1999 Bowling Green State
107.Ricky Cottrill 200 2001 2004 Eastern Michigan
108.Anthony Taylor 198 1998 2000 Miami (OH)
109.Nikola Cvetinovic 197 2009 2012 Akron
 Jeremy Fears 197 2005 2006 Ohio
111.Carlton Guyton 196 2011 2012 Kent State
112.Malcolm Griffin 195 2010 2011 Toledo
 Matt McCollom 195 2002 2005 Ball State
114.Mike Brown 194 1998 2001 Northern Illinois
 Steve Esterkamp 194 2000 2003 Ohio
 Avin Howard 194 1998 2000 Eastern Michigan
117.Markus Austin 193 2002 2005 Eastern Michigan
 Dee Brown 193 2009 2012 Bowling Green State
119.Rashon Brown 191 2001 2002 Akron
120.Jordan Bitzer 189 2007 2010 Central Michigan
121.Kenny Hayes 188 2008 2010 Miami (OH)
122.Jauwan Scaife 187 2010 2013 Ball State
123.Michael Bramos 186 2006 2009 Miami (OH)
 Ephriam Eaddy 186 1999 2000 Northern Illinois
125.Darryl Roberts 185 2008 2011 Akron