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Pacific-12 Conference Career Leaders and Records for 2-Point Field Goal Attempts

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 2014-15 seasons.
Stats include all games played.

Since 1997-98

Rank Player 2PA From To Last School
1.Jon Brockman 1344 2006 2009 Washington
2.Sam Clancy 1272 1999 2002 Southern California
3.Hassan Adams 1262 2003 2006 Arizona
4.Sean Lampley 1257 1998 2001 California
5.Channing Frye 1234 2002 2005 Arizona
6.Quincy Pondexter 1132 2007 2010 Washington
7.Jeff Pendergraph 1045 2006 2009 Arizona State
8.Dan Gadzuric 998 1999 2002 UCLA
9.Dwight Powell 996 2011 2014 Stanford
10.Ike Diogu 974 2003 2005 Arizona State
11.Luke Jackson 965 2001 2004 Oregon
12.Matthew Bryan-Amaning 953 2008 2011 Washington
13.Patrick Christopher 941 2007 2010 California
14.Devon Collier 935 2011 2014 Oregon State
15.Eddie House 927 1997 2000 Arizona State
16.Michael Wright 911 1999 2001 Arizona
17.Brian Scalabrine 896 1999 2001 Southern California
18.Brandon Roy 887 2003 2006 Washington
19.Nick Young 885 2005 2007 Southern California
20.Taj Gibson 866 2007 2009 Southern California
21.Byron Wesley 857 2012 2015 Southern California
22.Justin Cobbs 855 2010 2014 California
 Jordan Hill 855 2007 2009 Arizona
24.Malik Hairston 847 2005 2008 Oregon
25.Brock Motum 840 2010 2013 Washington State
26.Matt Haryasz 831 2003 2006 Stanford
27.Tommy Smith 830 2000 2003 Arizona State
28.Brian Wethers 824 2000 2003 California
29.Dwight Lewis 820 2007 2010 Southern California
30.David Kravish 816 2012 2015 California
31.T.J. Cummings 814 2001 2004 UCLA
32.Joe Burton 811 2010 2013 Oregon State
33.Lawrence Hill 809 2006 2009 Stanford
34.Askia Booker 805 2012 2015 Colorado
35.Darren Collison 800 2006 2009 UCLA
 Dijon Thompson 800 2002 2005 UCLA
37.Isaiah Thomas 796 2009 2011 Washington
38.Klay Thompson 794 2009 2011 Washington State
39.Roberto Nelson 791 2011 2014 Oregon State
40.Joe Shipp 785 2000 2003 California
41.Ivan Radenovic 783 2004 2007 Arizona
42.Harper Kamp 781 2008 2012 California
 Jason Kapono 781 2000 2003 UCLA
44.Chase Budinger 780 2007 2009 Arizona
 Jahii Carson 780 2013 2014 Arizona State
46.Landry Fields 777 2007 2010 Stanford
47.Robbie Cowgill 776 2005 2008 Washington State
48.Marcel Jones 762 2005 2008 Oregon State
 David Lucas 762 2002 2005 Oregon State
50.Josh Owens 761 2008 2012 Stanford
51.Joevan Catron 760 2007 2011 Oregon
 Earl Watson 760 1998 2001 UCLA
53.Awvee Storey 757 1998 2002 Arizona State
54.Luke Walton 756 2000 2003 Arizona
55.Josh Shipp 754 2005 2009 UCLA
56.Marcus Moore 747 2001 2004 Washington State
57.Chasson Randle 746 2012 2015 Stanford
58.Rob Little 725 2002 2005 Stanford
59.Aron Baynes 719 2006 2009 Washington State
60.Fred Jones 716 1999 2002 Oregon
61.Jason Heide 714 1998 2001 Oregon State
62.Errick Craven 712 2002 2005 Southern California
63.Kyle Weaver 711 2005 2008 Washington State
64.Jeff Trepagnier 710 1998 2001 Southern California
65.Jorge Gutierrez 709 2009 2012 California
66.Mustafa Shakur 708 2004 2007 Arizona
67.Solomon Hill 705 2010 2013 Arizona
 C.J. Wilcox 705 2011 2014 Washington
69.Jarron Collins 695 1998 2001 Stanford
70.Travis Wear 694 2010 2014 UCLA
71.Doug Wrenn 690 2000 2003 Washington
72.Chad Prewitt 689 1999 2002 Arizona State
 Jerome Randle 689 2007 2010 California
74.Mike Bush 688 1999 2002 Washington State
 Justin Dentmon 688 2006 2009 Washington
76.Deaundra Tanner 687 1998 2001 Oregon State
77.E.J. Singler 683 2010 2013 Oregon
78.Jamal Boykin 681 2006 2010 California
79.Desmon Farmer 679 2001 2004 Southern California
80.Bobby Jones 670 2003 2006 Washington
81.Matt Barnes 663 1999 2002 UCLA
 Josh Huestis 663 2011 2014 Stanford
 Todd MacCulloch 663 1996 1999 Washington
84.Calvin Haynes 662 2008 2011 Oregon State
 Jamaal Williams 662 2003 2006 Washington
86.Brook Lopez 654 2007 2008 Stanford
87.Allen Crabbe 648 2011 2013 California
 Rory O'Neil 648 2002 2005 Southern California
89.Nick Johnson 647 2012 2014 Arizona
90.Casey Jacobsen 643 2000 2002 Stanford
91.Leon Powe 640 2004 2006 California
92.Josh Scott 638 2013 2015 Colorado
93.Luc Richard Mbah a Moute 637 2006 2008 UCLA
94.Shawn Redhage 633 2000 2003 Arizona State
95.Jordan Bachynski 632 2011 2014 Arizona State
 Mark Madsen 632 1997 2000 Stanford
97.Brian Jackson 630 2000 2003 Oregon State
98.Lodrick Stewart 617 2004 2007 Southern California
99.Aaron Brooks 616 2004 2007 Oregon
 Seth Tarver 616 2007 2010 Oregon State
 Bryce Taylor 616 2005 2008 Oregon
102.Richard Solomon 614 2011 2014 California
103.Bobby Lazor 613 1998 1999 Arizona State
104.DeAngelo Casto 611 2009 2011 Washington State
105.Nate Robinson 610 2003 2005 Washington
106.Deon Luton 604 1998 2000 Washington
 A.D. Smith 604 1998 2000 Oregon
108.Tajuan Porter 603 2007 2010 Oregon
109.Philip Ricci 601 2002 2003 Oregon State
110.Theo Robertson 600 2006 2010 California
111.Nikola Vucevic 599 2009 2011 Southern California
 Marcus Williams 599 2006 2007 Arizona
113.Jared Cunningham 591 2010 2012 Oregon State
114.Abdul Gaddy 586 2010 2013 Washington
 Jerome Moiso 586 1999 2000 UCLA
116.David Bluthenthal 584 1999 2002 Southern California
117.A.J. Bramlett 576 1996 1999 Arizona
118.Arron Afflalo 575 2005 2007 UCLA
119.Kyle Anderson 574 2013 2014 UCLA
120.Mike Batiste 573 1997 1999 Arizona State
121.Derrick Williams 572 2010 2011 Arizona
122.Josh Childress 571 2002 2004 Stanford
 Jason Gardner 571 2000 2003 Arizona
124.Thalo Green 569 1998 2001 Washington
125.Salim Stoudamire 559 2002 2005 Arizona