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Mid-American Conference Career Leaders and Records for 2-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 2P From To Last School
1.Javon McCrea 797 2011 2014 Buffalo
2.Brandon Hunter 667 2000 2003 Ohio
3.J.R. Vanhoose 661 1999 2002 Marshall
4.Leon Williams 612 2005 2008 Ohio
5.Jarrod Jones 609 2009 2012 Ball State
6.Brandon Bowdry 606 2007 2011 Eastern Michigan
7.Tim Pollitz 604 2005 2008 Miami (OH)
8.Justin Greene 574 2009 2012 Kent State
9.Joe Reitz 567 2005 2008 Western Michigan
10.Len Matela 566 1999 2002 Bowling Green State
11.Romeo Travis 556 2004 2007 Akron
12.Rian Pearson 551 2010 2014 Toledo
13.Marcus Smallwood 517 2001 2004 Northern Illinois
14.Kyrem Massey 515 1998 2001 Kent State
15.Antonio Gates 506 2000 2003 Kent State
16.Flenard Whitfield 502 2009 2012 Western Michigan
17.Florentino Valencia 496 2004 2007 Toledo
18.A'uston Calhoun 490 2010 2013 Bowling Green State
19.Jerome Tillman 487 2006 2009 Ohio
20.John Bowler 486 2003 2006 Eastern Michigan
21.Yassin Idbihi 478 2004 2007 Buffalo
22.Zeke Marshall 468 2010 2013 Akron
23.Greg Stempin 465 1998 2001 Toledo
24.John Whorton 454 1998 2000 Kent State
25.Leon Rodgers 453 1999 2002 Northern Illinois
26.Jeremiah Wood 447 2004 2008 Akron
27.Chris Kaman 446 2001 2003 Central Michigan
28.Reggie Keely 444 2010 2013 Ohio
29.Theron Smith 438 2000 2003 Ball State
30.Keith Triplett 437 2002 2005 Toledo
31.Anthony Kann 436 2001 2004 Western Michigan
32.Nikola Cvetinovic 433 2009 2012 Akron
33.Ryan Prillman 428 2000 2003 Eastern Michigan
34.Ivo Baltic 426 2010 2013 Ohio
35.Chet Mason 422 2002 2005 Miami (OH)
36.Justin Dobbins 419 2007 2010 Eastern Michigan
 Demetrius Treadwell 419 2012 2014 Akron
38.Kevin Netter 415 2001 2004 Bowling Green State
39.James Hughes 414 2004 2007 Northern Illinois
40.David Kool 412 2007 2010 Western Michigan
41.Shayne Whittington 408 2010 2014 Western Michigan
42.Mike Manciel 406 1999 2003 Central Michigan
43.Mitchell Watt 404 2009 2012 Buffalo
44.T.J. Lux 398 1998 2000 Northern Illinois
45.Darryl Peterson 395 2002 2006 Akron
46.Duane Clemens 394 1998 2000 Ball State
47.David Webber 393 1999 2002 Central Michigan
48.Nate Miller 389 2007 2009 Bowling Green State
49.Mike Williams 386 2003 2004 Western Michigan
50.Lonnie Jones 385 1999 2002 Ball State
51.DeVaughn Washington 380 2008 2011 Ohio
52.Giordan Watson 379 2005 2008 Central Michigan
53.Josh Almanson 375 2001 2005 Bowling Green State
 Tamar Slay 375 1999 2002 Marshall
55.D.J. Cooper 374 2010 2013 Ohio
56.Keith McLeod 373 1999 2002 Bowling Green State
57.Chris Singletary 372 2007 2010 Kent State
58.Chris Bond 371 2011 2014 Ball State
59.Mike McKinney 366 2004 2007 Northern Illinois
60.Turner Battle 365 2002 2005 Buffalo
61.Jonathan Amos 364 2006 2009 Toledo
62.Louis Campbell 356 1999 2002 Buffalo
63.Andrew Mitchell 355 1999 2002 Kent State
64.Julian Mavunga 354 2009 2012 Miami (OH)
65.Trey Zeigler 353 2011 2013 Central Michigan
66.Chad Pleiness 350 2000 2002 Central Michigan
67.Sanjay Adell 349 1998 2000 Ohio
68.Mark Bortz 338 2002 2005 Buffalo
 Danny Horace 338 2002 2005 Miami (OH)
70.Jordon Crawford 333 2010 2013 Bowling Green State
 Trevor Huffman 333 1999 2002 Kent State
72.Alex Shorts 331 2001 2002 Miami (OH)
73.Wally Szczerbiak 329 1996 1999 Miami (OH)
74.John Edwards 324 2001 2004 Kent State
 Rodriguez Sherman 324 2007 2011 Kent State
76.Nathan Peavy 322 2004 2007 Miami (OH)
77.Cameron Echols 321 2003 2004 Ball State
 Brett Mcknight 321 2008 2011 Akron
79.Markus Austin 320 2002 2005 Eastern Michigan
 Jimmal Ball 320 1998 2000 Akron
81.Sonny Troutman 316 2004 2007 Ohio
82.Erik Marschall 312 2006 2010 Bowling Green State
83.Julius Brown 311 2012 2014 Toledo
84.Darion Anderson 306 2008 2011 Northern Illinois
85.Juby Johnson 304 2001 2004 Miami (OH)
 Ben Reed 304 2002 2005 Western Michigan
87.Rodney Pierce 302 2006 2010 Buffalo
 Travis Young 302 1998 2001 Marshall
89.Gerrit Brigitha 301 2001 2004 Central Michigan
 Peyton Stovall 301 2004 2008 Ball State
91.Andy Hipsher 300 2000 2004 Akron
 Anthony Newell 300 2006 2009 Ball State
93.Scott Thomas 299 2009 2012 Bowling Green State
94.James Jackson 295 2002 2005 Eastern Michigan
95.DeAndre Haynes 294 2003 2006 Kent State
96.Anthony Stacey 292 1998 2000 Bowling Green State
97.Michael Bramos 289 2006 2009 Miami (OH)
 Patrick Flomo 289 1999 2002 Ohio
99.Ryan Andrick 288 1998 2000 Akron
100.Chris McKnight 287 2007 2010 Akron
 Derrick Tarver 287 2003 2004 Akron
102.Nate Gerwig 283 2002 2006 Kent State
103.Shawntes Gary 282 2006 2009 Western Michigan
104.Keonta Howell 281 2004 2007 Toledo
105.Matt Stainbrook 280 2011 2014 Western Michigan
106.Greg Gamble 279 2006 2009 Buffalo
107.Will Felder 277 2010 2014 Miami (OH)
108.Jami Bosley 275 1998 2000 Akron
109.Sefton Barrett 274 2004 2007 Central Michigan
 Justin Ingram 274 2004 2007 Toledo
111.Mike Scott 273 2005 2008 Kent State
 Calvin Warner 273 1999 2000 Eastern Michigan
113.Dee Brown 272 2009 2012 Bowling Green State
 Nick Harney 272 2012 2014 Akron
115.Otis Polk 270 2007 2010 Bowling Green State
116.Tyrone Kent 269 2006 2009 Toledo
117.Max Boudreau 268 2007 2010 Buffalo
 Glenn Bryant 268 2010 2014 Eastern Michigan
119.Malik Perry 267 2008 2011 Ball State
120.Cameron Black 266 2011 2014 Bowling Green State
121.Mario Jordan 262 2003 2006 Buffalo
122.Josh Murray 258 1999 2003 Ball State
 Julian Sullinger 258 2006 2009 Kent State
 Bruce Weinkein 258 1998 2001 Akron
125.Patrick Jackson 254 1999 2002 Ball State
 Robert Owens 254 2001 2004 Ball State