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Mid-American Conference 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.Nick Kellogg 290 2011 2014 Ohio
2.Nick Moore 276 2000 2003 Toledo
3.D.J. Cooper 274 2010 2013 Ohio
4.Tommy Freeman 259 2008 2011 Ohio
5.Tamar Slay 251 1999 2002 Marshall
6.Randal Holt 247 2010 2013 Kent State
7.Ben Reed 246 2002 2005 Western Michigan
8.Sammy Villegas 243 2003 2006 Toledo
9.Todd Peterson 235 2003 2006 Northern Illinois
10.Robbie Harman 233 2007 2010 Central Michigan
11.David Kool 231 2007 2010 Western Michigan
12.John Reimold 228 2001 2005 Bowling Green State
13.Jesse Berry 224 2011 2014 Ball State
 Bubba Walther 224 2005 2008 Ohio
15.Zach Filzen 222 2008 2012 Buffalo
16.Calvin Cage 221 2003 2006 Buffalo
 Steve McNees 221 2008 2011 Akron
18.Justin Ingram 213 2004 2007 Toledo
 Carlos Medlock 213 2006 2010 Eastern Michigan
20.Joda Burgess 210 1998 2001 Marshall
 Trevor Huffman 210 1999 2002 Kent State
22.Steve Esterkamp 207 2000 2003 Ohio
23.Jauwan Scaife 203 2010 2013 Ball State
24.Nick Dials 202 2006 2008 Akron
 Patrick Jackson 202 1999 2002 Ball State
26.Eric Haut 200 2001 2004 Kent State
27.Armon Gates 199 2003 2007 Kent State
 Dru Joyce 199 2004 2007 Akron
 Keith McLeod 199 1999 2002 Bowling Green State
 Giordan Watson 199 2005 2008 Central Michigan
31.Michael Bramos 198 2006 2009 Miami (OH)
32.Jordan Bitzer 196 2007 2010 Central Michigan
33.David Falknor 193 1999 2002 Akron
34.Mike Brown 187 1998 2001 Northern Illinois
35.Ronald Blackshear 186 2002 2003 Marshall
36.Chad Kamstra 184 1998 2000 Toledo
37.David Webber 183 1999 2002 Central Michigan
38.Martin Samarco 180 2006 2007 Bowling Green State
39.Derek Thompson 179 2010 2013 Eastern Michigan
40.Ronny Dawn 174 2002 2005 Marshall
41.Cedrick Middleton 172 2005 2008 Akron
42.Danny McElhinny 171 2003 2006 Eastern Michigan
43.Derek Drews 170 2006 2009 Western Michigan
 Keith Triplett 170 2002 2005 Toledo
45.Kevin Nelson 169 2003 2005 Central Michigan
46.Anthony Maestranzi 168 2003 2006 Northern Illinois
47.Dustin Ford 166 1998 2001 Ohio
 Nate Meers 166 1998 2000 Kent State
49.Jeff Halbert 163 2003 2006 Ohio
 P.J. Smith 163 2000 2004 Northern Illinois
 Peyton Stovall 163 2004 2008 Ball State
52.Travis Young 162 1998 2001 Marshall
53.Robby Collum 161 2001 2003 Western Michigan
 Jaivon Harris 161 2001 2004 Ohio
 Brett McClanahan 161 2009 2012 Akron
56.Juby Johnson 160 2001 2004 Miami (OH)
57.Andrew Mitchell 157 1999 2002 Kent State
58.Tim Kisner 154 1998 2001 Central Michigan
 Al Sewasciuk 154 2001 2004 Northern Illinois
 Chris Williams 154 2002 2003 Ball State
61.Chris Kellermann 152 2006 2010 Central Michigan
 Nick Winbush 152 2008 2011 Miami (OH)
63.Scott Thomas 151 2009 2012 Bowling Green State
64.Darryl Roberts 150 2008 2011 Akron
65.Jesse Bunkley 148 2007 2008 Eastern Michigan
 DeAndre Haynes 148 2003 2006 Kent State
 Tyrone Kent 148 2006 2009 Toledo
68.Josh Hausfeld 146 2003 2006 Miami (OH)
 Keonta Howell 146 2004 2007 Toledo
70.Mike McKee 143 2007 2010 Kent State
71.Reggie Berry 139 2001 2004 Western Michigan
 Mychal Green 139 2005 2006 Ohio
73.Demetrius Ward 138 2009 2012 Western Michigan
74.Rodney Pierce 137 2006 2010 Buffalo
75.Randy Davis 136 2009 2012 Ball State
 Greg Stempin 136 1998 2001 Toledo
77.Derek Jackson 135 2011 2014 Kent State
78.Blake Hibbitts 133 2013 2014 Central Michigan
79.David Brown 132 2010 2014 Western Michigan
 Nate Linhart 132 2006 2009 Akron
 Leon Rodgers 132 1999 2002 Northern Illinois
 Sean Smiley 132 2006 2010 Buffalo
 Tony Watson 132 2010 2013 Buffalo
84.Julius Brown 131 2012 2014 Toledo
 Brian Moten 131 2006 2009 Bowling Green State
86.Joe Jakubowski 130 2008 2011 Bowling Green State
87.Alex Abreu 128 2011 2013 Akron
 Levi Rost 128 2004 2005 Western Michigan
89.Louis Campbell 127 1999 2002 Buffalo
 Antonio Green 127 2009 2012 Eastern Michigan
 Roderick Middleton 127 2003 2006 Buffalo
92.Turner Battle 126 2002 2005 Buffalo
 Wally Szczerbiak 126 1996 1999 Miami (OH)
94.Jason Grunkemeyer 125 1999 2001 Miami (OH)
95.Jason Bird 124 2002 2005 Buffalo
 Ricky Cottrill 124 2001 2004 Eastern Michigan
 Tyree Evans 124 2009 2010 Kent State
98.Devareaux Manley 123 2012 2014 Kent State
99.Jordon Crawford 122 2010 2013 Bowling Green State
100.Markus Austin 121 2002 2005 Eastern Michigan
101.Dominique Buckley 119 2009 2013 Toledo
 Nate Hutcheson 119 2010 2013 Western Michigan
 Andy Robinson 119 2006 2009 Buffalo
104.Theron Smith 118 2000 2003 Ball State
 Jason Stewart 118 1999 2000 Miami (OH)
106.Cory Ryan 117 2000 2003 Bowling Green State
107.William Hatcher 116 2003 2006 Miami (OH)
108.Brandon Pardon 115 1998 2002 Bowling Green State
109.Jon Harris 113 2011 2014 Miami (OH)
 Doug Penno 113 2004 2007 Miami (OH)
111.Andre Ricks 110 2006 2009 Western Michigan
112.Jami Bosley 109 1998 2000 Akron
113.Austin Richie 108 2012 2014 Western Michigan
114.Cornelius Jackson 107 1999 2001 Marshall
 Rick McFadden 107 2003 2005 Akron
116.Sanjay Adell 106 1998 2000 Ohio
117.Justin Anyijong 105 2008 2011 Toledo
 Kenny Hayes 105 2008 2010 Miami (OH)
119.Zach Pancratz 104 2005 2007 Northern Illinois
 Michael Patton 104 2008 2011 Northern Illinois
 Xavier Silas 104 2007 2011 Northern Illinois
122.Dee Brown 103 2009 2012 Bowling Green State
 Matt McCollom 103 2002 2005 Ball State
 Cedric Moodie 103 1999 2001 Ball State
125.Mike DiNunno 101 2009 2013 Northern Illinois
 Derrick Tarver 101 2003 2004 Akron