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Mountain West 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.Jimmer Fredette 296 2008 2011 Brigham Young
2.Nick Jacobson 287 2001 2004 Utah
3.Brandon Heath 281 2004 2007 San Diego State
4.Chad Toppert 266 2006 2009 New Mexico
5.Jonathan Tavernari 265 2007 2010 Brigham Young
6.Johnnie Bryant 245 2006 2008 Utah
7.Andy Birley 235 2000 2003 Colorado State
 Shaun Green 235 2006 2009 Utah
9.Jackson Emery 230 2006 2011 Brigham Young
10.Chase Tapley 223 2010 2013 San Diego State
11.D.J. Gay 219 2008 2011 San Diego State
12.Matt McCraw 213 2004 2007 Air Force
13.Oscar Bellfield 207 2009 2012 Nevada-Las Vegas
 Joe Darger 207 2006 2009 Nevada-Las Vegas
 Phillip McDonald 207 2009 2012 New Mexico
16.Tim Keller 206 2002 2005 Air Force
17.Roman Martinez 205 2007 2010 New Mexico
 Kendall Williams 205 2011 2014 New Mexico
19.Anthony Drmic 198 2012 2014 Boise State
20.Dorian Green 197 2010 2013 Colorado State
21.Jeff Elorriaga 193 2011 2014 Boise State
 Brandon Ewing 193 2006 2009 Wyoming
23.Brent Hackett 176 2005 2008 Texas Christian
24.Dan Nwaelele 173 2004 2007 Air Force
25.Wink Adams 172 2007 2009 Nevada-Las Vegas
26.Andrew Henke 171 2006 2009 Air Force
27.Mark Bigelow 169 1999 2004 Brigham Young
 Jay Straight 169 2002 2005 Wyoming
29.John Sharper 166 2003 2006 San Diego State
30.Tony Snell 165 2011 2013 New Mexico
31.Mike Rose 163 2004 2007 Brigham Young
32.Chace Stanback 161 2008 2012 Nevada-Las Vegas
33.Curtis Terry 158 2005 2008 Nevada-Las Vegas
34.Lee Cummard 153 2006 2009 Brigham Young
35.Ruben Douglas 152 1999 2003 New Mexico
36.Jacob Burtschi 151 2004 2007 Air Force
37.Jarvis Croff 149 1999 2001 Air Force
38.Wes Eikmeier 148 2009 2013 Colorado State
39.Troy DeVries 147 2002 2005 New Mexico
40.Andre McFarland 144 2008 2011 Colorado State
41.Michael Lyons 142 2010 2013 Air Force
42.John Sivesind 141 1999 2001 Colorado State
43.Kendall Wallace 140 2008 2012 Nevada-Las Vegas
44.Mark Walters 136 2003 2006 New Mexico
45.Antoine Hood 134 2003 2006 Air Force
46.Phil Cullen 133 1999 2002 Utah
47.Michael Umeh 132 2004 2007 Nevada-Las Vegas
48.Trevor Diggs 130 2000 2001 Nevada-Las Vegas
 Stephan Gilling 130 2006 2010 Colorado State
 Kyle Spain 130 2006 2009 San Diego State
51.James Rahon 129 2009 2013 San Diego State
52.Terrell Lyday 127 2000 2001 Brigham Young
53.Jon Rakiecki 126 2002 2005 Colorado State
54.Javin Tindall 125 2001 2004 New Mexico
55.Adam Nigon 124 2008 2011 Colorado State
56.Joel Gerlach 122 2001 2004 Air Force
 Kevin Olekaibe 122 2011 2014 Nevada-Las Vegas
58.Lawrence Borha 121 2006 2009 Utah
 Ronnie Moss 121 2009 2011 Texas Christian
60.Mike Fitzgerald 120 2010 2013 Air Force
 Todd Fletcher 120 2010 2013 Air Force
 Tom Fow 120 2008 2011 Air Force
63.Edvinas Ruzgas 119 2009 2010 Texas Christian
64.Romel Beck 116 2004 2005 Nevada-Las Vegas
 Luke Martinez 116 2012 2013 Wyoming
 Tre'Von Willis 116 2007 2011 Nevada-Las Vegas
67.Hugh Greenwood 115 2012 2014 New Mexico
 A.J. Kuhle 115 2001 2004 Air Force
69.Xavier Thames 114 2010 2014 San Diego State
70.Austin Ainge 113 2004 2007 Brigham Young
 Lamoni Yazzie 113 2000 2002 Air Force
72.Darren Prentice 112 2005 2008 New Mexico
 Hank Thorns 112 2008 2012 Texas Christian
 Richie Williams 112 2006 2009 San Diego State
75.Riley Grabau 110 2012 2014 Wyoming
 Marcus Walker 110 2006 2009 Colorado State
77.Jimmy Balderson 109 2002 2007 Brigham Young
 Sean Ogirri 109 2005 2009 Wyoming
79.Nick Welch 108 2003 2007 Air Force
80.Tim Anderson 107 2005 2008 Air Force
81.Al Faux 106 2001 2002 San Diego State
82.Keion Mitchem 104 2007 2010 Texas Christian
 Aki Palmer 104 2000 2001 Colorado State
84.Donta Richardson 102 2002 2003 Wyoming
85.Matt Holland 101 2007 2009 Air Force
86.Jamaal Franklin 98 2011 2013 San Diego State
 Alfred Neale 98 2004 2005 New Mexico
88.Dairese Gary 97 2008 2011 New Mexico
89.Jamal Fenton 96 2010 2013 New Mexico
90.Garlon Green 95 2010 2013 Texas Christian
91.Ryan Dermody 94 2007 2010 Wyoming
 Luka Drca 94 2007 2010 Utah
93.Daniel Bejarano 93 2011 2014 Colorado State
 Thomas Bropleh 93 2011 2014 Boise State
 Brett McFall 93 1998 2001 Wyoming
96.Francisco Cruz 92 2011 2012 Wyoming
 Tyler Johnson 92 2011 2014 Fresno State
98.Derrious Gilmore 91 2012 2013 Wyoming
 Marc Jackson 91 2001 2005 Utah
100.Sean Morris 89 2005 2006 Colorado State
101.Afam Muojeke 88 2009 2012 Wyoming
102.Allen Huddleston 86 2010 2014 Fresno State
103.Tyler Kepkay 85 2008 2009 Utah
104.Greg Hill 84 2010 2011 Texas Christian
 Steve Leven 84 2005 2006 Wyoming
 Jermaine Lewis 84 2001 2003 Nevada-Las Vegas
 Deandre Moore 84 2001 2003 San Diego State
108.Deonte Burton 83 2011 2014 Nevada
 Tre' Coggins 83 2013 2014 Air Force
 Malik Story 83 2009 2013 Nevada
111.Justin Hawkins 82 2010 2013 Nevada-Las Vegas
 Demetrius Hunter 82 2003 2004 Nevada-Las Vegas
113.Sam Burgess 81 2005 2008 Brigham Young
114.Dalron Johnson 80 2000 2003 Nevada-Las Vegas
 Kevin Kruger 80 2004 2007 Nevada-Las Vegas
116.Kelvin Davis 79 2008 2010 San Diego State
 Tim Drisdom 79 2003 2006 Utah
118.Mike Hall 78 2004 2005 Brigham Young
 Marek Olesinski 78 2012 2014 Air Force
120.Jerel Blassingame 77 2004 2005 Nevada-Las Vegas
 Jesse Carr 77 2009 2012 Colorado State
122.Travis Hansen 76 2001 2003 Brigham Young
 Tim Lightfoot 76 1999 2001 New Mexico
124.Marcus Bailey 75 2000 2003 Wyoming
 Rashad Muhammad 75 2014 2014 San Jose State
 Jamaal Smith 75 2007 2008 New Mexico