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Mid-American Conference Career Leaders and Records for 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 FG From To Last School
1.Javon McCrea 798 2011 2014 Buffalo
2.Brandon Hunter 706 2000 2003 Ohio
3.Brandon Bowdry 668 2007 2011 Eastern Michigan
4.J.R. Vanhoose 664 1999 2002 Marshall
5.D.J. Cooper 648 2010 2013 Ohio
6.David Kool 643 2007 2010 Western Michigan
7.Tamar Slay 626 1999 2002 Marshall
8.Jarrod Jones 622 2009 2012 Ball State
9.Tim Pollitz 613 2005 2008 Miami (OH)
 Leon Williams 613 2005 2008 Ohio
11.Keith Triplett 607 2002 2005 Toledo
12.Greg Stempin 601 1998 2001 Toledo
13.Rian Pearson 594 2010 2014 Toledo
14.Leon Rodgers 585 1999 2002 Northern Illinois
15.Giordan Watson 578 2005 2008 Central Michigan
16.David Webber 576 1999 2002 Central Michigan
17.Justin Greene 574 2009 2012 Kent State
18.Keith McLeod 572 1999 2002 Bowling Green State
19.Romeo Travis 570 2004 2007 Akron
20.Joe Reitz 568 2005 2008 Western Michigan
21.Len Matela 567 1999 2002 Bowling Green State
22.Jerome Tillman 562 2006 2009 Ohio
23.Theron Smith 556 2000 2003 Ball State
24.Kyrem Massey 554 1998 2001 Kent State
25.Ben Reed 550 2002 2005 Western Michigan
26.Trevor Huffman 543 1999 2002 Kent State
27.Yassin Idbihi 542 2004 2007 Buffalo
28.A'uston Calhoun 529 2010 2013 Bowling Green State
29.Antonio Gates 528 2000 2003 Kent State
30.Marcus Smallwood 517 2001 2004 Northern Illinois
31.Andrew Mitchell 512 1999 2002 Kent State
32.Flenard Whitfield 505 2009 2012 Western Michigan
33.Julius Brown 500 2012 2015 Toledo
34.Florentino Valencia 496 2004 2007 Toledo
35.Turner Battle 491 2002 2005 Buffalo
36.John Bowler 490 2003 2006 Eastern Michigan
37.Darryl Peterson 489 2002 2006 Akron
38.Michael Bramos 487 2006 2009 Miami (OH)
 Justin Ingram 487 2004 2007 Toledo
40.Louis Campbell 483 1999 2002 Buffalo
41.Duane Clemens 479 1998 2000 Ball State
 Nick Kellogg 479 2011 2014 Ohio
43.Mike Manciel 478 1999 2003 Central Michigan
44.Randal Holt 476 2010 2013 Kent State
45.Zeke Marshall 470 2010 2013 Akron
 Chet Mason 470 2002 2005 Miami (OH)
47.Nick Moore 467 2000 2003 Toledo
48.Juby Johnson 464 2001 2004 Miami (OH)
 John Reimold 464 2001 2005 Bowling Green State
 Peyton Stovall 464 2004 2008 Ball State
 Travis Young 464 1998 2001 Marshall
52.Patrick Jackson 456 1999 2002 Ball State
 Anthony Kann 456 2001 2004 Western Michigan
54.Sanjay Adell 455 1998 2000 Ohio
 Jordon Crawford 455 2010 2013 Bowling Green State
 Steve Esterkamp 455 2000 2003 Ohio
 Wally Szczerbiak 455 1996 1999 Miami (OH)
58.John Whorton 454 1998 2000 Kent State
59.Jeremiah Wood 453 2004 2008 Akron
60.Nikola Cvetinovic 452 2009 2012 Akron
61.Scott Thomas 450 2009 2012 Bowling Green State
62.Carlos Medlock 448 2006 2010 Eastern Michigan
63.Chris Kaman 446 2001 2003 Central Michigan
64.Reggie Keely 445 2010 2013 Ohio
65.DeAndre Haynes 442 2003 2006 Kent State
66.Markus Austin 441 2002 2005 Eastern Michigan
 Ivo Baltic 441 2010 2013 Ohio
 Nate Miller 441 2006 2009 Bowling Green State
69.Rodney Pierce 439 2006 2010 Buffalo
70.Julian Mavunga 433 2009 2012 Miami (OH)
71.Ryan Prillman 428 2000 2003 Eastern Michigan
72.Keonta Howell 427 2004 2007 Toledo
73.Chris Singletary 426 2007 2010 Kent State
74.Josh Almanson 424 2001 2005 Bowling Green State
 Rodriguez Sherman 424 2007 2011 Kent State
 Demetrius Treadwell 424 2012 2015 Akron
77.Justin Dobbins 419 2007 2010 Eastern Michigan
78.Mike McKinney 418 2004 2007 Northern Illinois
79.Tyrone Kent 417 2006 2009 Toledo
 Brett Mcknight 417 2008 2011 Akron
81.Shayne Whittington 416 2010 2014 Western Michigan
82.Kevin Netter 415 2001 2004 Bowling Green State
 Sonny Troutman 415 2004 2007 Ohio
 Mitchell Watt 415 2009 2012 Buffalo
85.James Hughes 414 2004 2007 Northern Illinois
86.Chris Williams 407 2002 2003 Ball State
87.T.J. Lux 406 1998 2000 Northern Illinois
88.P.J. Smith 404 2000 2004 Northern Illinois
 Sammy Villegas 404 2003 2006 Toledo
90.Jonathan Amos 403 2006 2009 Toledo
 Jauwan Scaife 403 2010 2013 Ball State
92.Jimmal Ball 400 1998 2000 Akron
 Calvin Cage 400 2003 2006 Buffalo
 Danny Horace 400 2002 2005 Miami (OH)
95.Chris Bond 392 2011 2014 Ball State
96.Trey Zeigler 390 2011 2015 Central Michigan
97.Darion Anderson 389 2008 2011 Northern Illinois
98.Derrick Tarver 388 2003 2004 Akron
99.Mike Williams 387 2003 2004 Western Michigan
100.Lonnie Jones 385 1999 2002 Ball State
101.Jami Bosley 384 1998 2000 Akron
102.DeVaughn Washington 381 2008 2011 Ohio
103.Cedrick Middleton 380 2005 2008 Akron
104.Nathan Peavy 379 2004 2007 Miami (OH)
105.Jesse Berry 377 2011 2014 Ball State
106.Dee Brown 375 2009 2012 Bowling Green State
 Martin Samarco 375 2006 2007 Bowling Green State
108.Andy Hipsher 365 2000 2004 Akron
109.Jordan Bitzer 361 2007 2010 Central Michigan
110.Nate Hutcheson 358 2010 2013 Western Michigan
111.Chad Pleiness 356 2000 2002 Central Michigan
112.Mike Brown 355 1998 2001 Northern Illinois
 Anthony Newell 355 2006 2009 Ball State
114.Nate Linhart 354 2006 2009 Akron
 Anthony Stacey 354 1998 2000 Bowling Green State
116.Derek Jackson 353 2011 2015 Kent State
117.Mark Bortz 352 2002 2005 Buffalo
118.Mike Scott 350 2005 2008 Kent State
119.Todd Peterson 349 2003 2006 Northern Illinois
120.Robby Collum 345 2001 2003 Western Michigan
121.Robbie Harman 344 2007 2010 Central Michigan
122.Shawntes Gary 343 2006 2009 Western Michigan
123.Andy Robinson 341 2006 2009 Buffalo
124.Robert Owens 338 2001 2004 Ball State
125.Steve Reynolds 337 2001 2002 Western Michigan