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Mid-American Conference Career Leaders and Records for 2-Point Field Goal Attempts

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Leaders and Records: Single SeasonCareerYearly

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Leaders are based on stats from the 1993-94 through 2015-16 seasons.
Stats include all games played.

Since 1993-94

Rank Player 2PA From To Last School
1.Bonzi Wells 1465 1995 1998 Ball State
2.Javon McCrea 1382 2011 2014 Buffalo
3.Devin Davis 1280 1994 1997 Miami (OH)
4.Brandon Bowdry 1274 2007 2011 Eastern Michigan
5.Brandon Hunter 1270 2000 2003 Ohio
6.Jarrod Jones 1267 2009 2012 Ball State
7.Earl Boykins 1216 1995 1998 Eastern Michigan
8.J.R. Vanhoose 1178 1999 2002 Marshall
9.Anthony Stacey 1158 1996 2000 Bowling Green State
10.Justin Greene 1141 2009 2012 Kent State
11.Rian Pearson 1138 2010 2014 Toledo
12.Duane Clemens 1121 1997 2000 Ball State
13.Nathan Boothe 1098 2013 2016 Toledo
14.Casey Shaw 1092 1995 1998 Toledo
15.Tim Pollitz 1064 2005 2008 Miami (OH)
16.Kyrem Massey 1054 1998 2001 Kent State
17.Romeo Travis 1050 2004 2007 Akron
18.Antonio Daniels 1049 1994 1997 Bowling Green State
19.Joe Reitz 1034 2005 2008 Western Michigan
20.A'uston Calhoun 1033 2010 2013 Bowling Green State
21.Gary Trent 1024 1993 1995 Ohio
22.Leon Williams 1008 2005 2008 Ohio
23.Flenard Whitfield 989 2009 2012 Western Michigan
24.Geovonie McKnight 985 2013 2016 Miami (OH)
25.Antonio Gates 983 2000 2003 Kent State
26.Chris Fowler 982 2013 2016 Central Michigan
27.Len Matela 972 1999 2002 Bowling Green State
28.Marcus Smallwood 964 2001 2004 Northern Illinois
29.Curtis Simmons 958 1994 1997 Ohio
30.Yassin Idbihi 954 2004 2007 Buffalo
31.Saddi Washington 953 1994 1998 Western Michigan
32.Jimmal Ball 952 1997 2000 Akron
33.Julius Brown 934 2012 2015 Toledo
34.Leon Rodgers 928 1999 2002 Northern Illinois
35.Damon Frierson 926 1996 1999 Miami (OH)
36.Keith Triplett 912 2002 2005 Toledo
37.John Bowler 909 2003 2006 Eastern Michigan
38.Giordan Watson 905 2005 2008 Central Michigan
39.Nikola Cvetinovic 903 2009 2012 Akron
40.Chet Mason 898 2002 2005 Miami (OH)
41.Derrick Dial 873 1995 1998 Eastern Michigan
 Greg Stempin 873 1998 2001 Toledo
43.David Kool 866 2007 2010 Western Michigan
44.Demetrius Treadwell 862 2012 2015 Akron
45.D.J. Cooper 856 2010 2013 Ohio
46.Jerome Tillman 854 2006 2009 Ohio
47.Zeke Marshall 849 2010 2013 Akron
48.Ivo Baltic 847 2010 2013 Ohio
49.Keith McLeod 844 1999 2002 Bowling Green State
50.Reggie Keely 841 2010 2013 Ohio
 Theron Smith 841 2000 2003 Ball State
52.Wally Szczerbiak 837 1996 1999 Miami (OH)
53.Anthony Kann 834 2001 2004 Western Michigan
54.David Webber 833 1999 2002 Central Michigan
55.Andrew Mitchell 826 1999 2002 Kent State
56.John Whorton 821 1997 2000 Kent State
57.T.J. Lux 820 1996 2000 Northern Illinois
58.Jeremiah Wood 818 2004 2008 Akron
59.Brook Bright 812 1994 1997 Kent State
60.Geno Ford 803 1994 1997 Ohio
61.Trey Zeigler 798 2011 2015 Central Michigan
62.Florentino Valencia 797 2004 2007 Toledo
63.Ryan Prillman 791 2000 2003 Eastern Michigan
64.Louis Campbell 790 1999 2002 Buffalo
65.Nate Miller 787 2006 2009 Bowling Green State
66.Jimmy Hall 772 2013 2016 Kent State
67.Justin Dobbins 770 2007 2010 Eastern Michigan
68.Kevin Netter 766 2001 2004 Bowling Green State
69.Tamar Slay 764 1999 2002 Marshall
70.Mitchell Watt 762 2009 2012 Buffalo
71.Trevor Huffman 761 1999 2002 Kent State
 DeVaughn Washington 761 2008 2011 Ohio
73.Shayne Whittington 759 2010 2014 Western Michigan
74.Darryl Peterson 755 2002 2006 Akron
75.Turner Battle 751 2002 2005 Buffalo
76.Jonathan Amos 746 2006 2009 Toledo
77.Craig Thames 740 1994 1996 Toledo
78.Chris Singletary 738 2007 2010 Kent State
79.Sanjay Adell 734 1998 2000 Ohio
80.Chris Kaman 733 2001 2003 Central Michigan
81.Danny Horace 732 2002 2005 Miami (OH)
82.Rodney Pierce 731 2006 2010 Buffalo
83.Mike Manciel 726 1999 2003 Central Michigan
84.Ben Handlogten 724 1993 1996 Western Michigan
85.Lonnie Jones 722 1999 2002 Ball State
86.Mike Williams 718 2003 2004 Western Michigan
87.Anthony Newell 714 2006 2009 Ball State
88.James Hughes 713 2004 2007 Northern Illinois
 Julian Mavunga 713 2009 2012 Miami (OH)
90.Diante Flenorl 710 1996 1999 Ohio
91.Jordon Crawford 709 2010 2013 Bowling Green State
92.Mark Bortz 708 2002 2005 Buffalo
93.Chris Bond 706 2011 2014 Ball State
94.Cameron Echols 696 2003 2004 Ball State
95.Rodriguez Sherman 695 2007 2011 Kent State
96.Brian Tolbert 690 1994 1996 Eastern Michigan
97.Spencer Parker 689 2013 2016 Bowling Green State
98.Brett Mcknight 688 2008 2011 Akron
99.Alex Shorts 683 2001 2002 Miami (OH)
100.George Phillips 679 1996 1998 Akron
101.Steve Payne 666 1994 1995 Ball State
102.Darion Anderson 663 2008 2011 Northern Illinois
 Ben Reed 663 2002 2005 Western Michigan
104.Mike McKinney 662 2004 2007 Northern Illinois
105.DeAndre Haynes 657 2003 2006 Kent State
106.Chad Pleiness 653 2000 2002 Central Michigan
107.Ryan Andrick 648 1996 2000 Akron
108.Richaun Holmes 643 2013 2015 Bowling Green State
109.Shawntes Gary 638 2006 2009 Western Michigan
110.Juby Johnson 636 2001 2004 Miami (OH)
111.Peyton Stovall 634 2004 2008 Ball State
112.Sonny Troutman 629 2004 2007 Ohio
113.Greg Gamble 627 2006 2009 Buffalo
114.Josh Almanson 624 2001 2005 Bowling Green State
115.Raven Lee 619 2013 2016 Eastern Michigan
116.Michael Bramos 618 2006 2009 Miami (OH)
117.Connar Tava 617 2013 2015 Western Michigan
118.Kareem Carpenter 615 1994 1995 Eastern Michigan
119.Rashod Johnson 612 1995 1998 Western Michigan
 Jason Terry 612 1994 1996 Ohio
 Travis Young 612 1998 2001 Marshall
122.Markus Austin 608 2002 2005 Eastern Michigan
123.Anthony Taylor 601 1997 2000 Miami (OH)
124.Pat Forsythe 599 2012 2016 Akron
 Nate Reinking 599 1994 1996 Kent State