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Mid-American Conference Single Season Leaders and Records for Steals

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 STL Season School
1.Bonzi Wells 103 1997-98 Ball State
2.D.J. Cooper 93 2009-10 Ohio
3.D.J. Cooper 85 2011-12 Ohio
 Byron Mulkey 85 2010-11 Buffalo
5.Robby Collum 83 2002-03 Western Michigan
6.Sonny Troutman 82 2006-07 Ohio
7.D.J. Cooper 81 2010-11 Ohio
8.Keith Triplett 79 2003-04 Toledo
9.Jonathan Amos 78 2007-08 Toledo
10.Larry Penn 77 2000-01 Akron
11.Keith Triplett 75 2004-05 Toledo
 Duane Clemens 75 1999-00 Ball State
13.Quinten Rollins 73 2013-14 Miami (OH)
 Scott Thomas 73 2011-12 Bowling Green State
15.Sonny Troutman 72 2004-05 Ohio
 DeAndre Haynes 72 2003-04 Kent State
 Robby Collum 72 2001-02 Western Michigan
 Jimmal Ball 72 1999-00 Akron
19.D.J. Cooper 68 2012-13 Ohio
20.Justin Ingram 67 2006-07 Toledo
 Duane Clemens 67 1998-99 Ball State
22.Anthony Henderson 66 2013-14 Bowling Green State
 Chris Evans 66 2012-13 Kent State
 Keith Triplett 66 2002-03 Toledo
25.Michael Porrini 65 2010-11 Kent State
 Scott Thomas 65 2010-11 Bowling Green State
 Keith McLeod 65 2001-02 Bowling Green State
28.Jimmal Ball 64 1997-98 Akron
29.Haminn Quaintance 63 2007-08 Kent State
 Brian Snider 63 2005-06 Western Michigan
31.Chris Bond 62 2012-13 Ball State
 Nate Linhart 62 2008-09 Akron
 Eugene Bates 62 2002-03 Northern Illinois
 Duane Clemens 62 1997-98 Ball State
35.Jehvon Clarke 61 2013-14 Bowling Green State
 Michael Ross 61 2004-05 Eastern Michigan
 John Hollingsworth 61 2002-03 Akron
 Anthony Stacey 61 1998-99 Bowling Green State
39.Chris Fowler 60 2013-14 Central Michigan
 Nate Miller 60 2008-09 Bowling Green State
 Chris Singletary 60 2007-08 Kent State
 Mike Williams 60 2003-04 Western Michigan
43.Quincy Diggs 59 2013-14 Akron
 Derek Jackson 59 2013-14 Kent State
 Rian Pearson 59 2013-14 Toledo
 Jonathan Amos 59 2008-09 Toledo
 Daniel Gilbert 59 2004-05 Buffalo
 Anthony Kann 59 2002-03 Western Michigan
 Trent Jackson 59 2000-01 Bowling Green State
 Shaun Stonerock 59 1998-99 Ohio