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Pacific-12 Conference Career Leaders and Records for 3-Point Field Goals

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Leaders and Records: Single SeasonCareerYearly

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Leaders are based on stats from the 1994-95 through 2015-16 seasons.
Stats include all games played.

Since 1994-95

Rank Player 3P From To Last School
1.Tajuan Porter 345 2007 2010 Oregon
2.Salim Stoudamire 342 2002 2005 Arizona
3.Jason Gardner 318 2000 2003 Arizona
4.Jason Kapono 317 2000 2003 UCLA
5.Chasson Randle 304 2012 2015 Stanford
6.C.J. Wilcox 301 2011 2014 Washington
7.Rihards Kuksiks 280 2008 2011 Arizona State
8.Ty Abbott 273 2008 2011 Arizona State
9.Jonathan Gilling 258 2012 2015 Arizona State
10.Jerome Randle 252 2007 2010 University of California
11.Eddie House 250 1997 2000 Arizona State
12.DaVonte Lacy 249 2012 2015 Washington State
13.James Davis 242 2001 2004 Oregon
 Klay Thompson 242 2009 2011 Washington State
15.Thomas Kelati 232 2002 2005 Washington State
 Lodrick Stewart 232 2004 2007 USC
17.Ryan Appleby 231 2004 2008 Washington
18.Jeremy Green 228 2009 2011 Stanford
19.Jeremy Veal 224 1995 1998 Arizona State
20.Terik Brown 223 1996 1999 Oregon
21.Casey Jacobsen 222 2000 2002 Stanford
22.Derrick Low 220 2005 2008 Washington State
 Brandon Taylor 220 2013 2016 Utah
24.Anthony Brown 218 2011 2015 Stanford
 Brandon Granville 218 1999 2002 USC
26.Deon Luton 212 1997 2000 Washington
27.Arron Afflalo 209 2005 2007 UCLA
 Allen Crabbe 209 2011 2013 University of California
29.Michael Roll 208 2006 2010 UCLA
30.Anthony Goods 206 2006 2009 Stanford
31.Aaron Brooks 205 2004 2007 Oregon
32.Desmon Farmer 203 2001 2004 USC
 Luke Ridnour 203 2001 2003 Oregon
34.Chris Crosby 202 1997 2000 Washington State
35.Kris Weems 201 1996 1999 Stanford
36.Chris Hernandez 198 2002 2006 Stanford
 Josh Shipp 198 2005 2009 UCLA
38.Gabe York 197 2013 2016 Arizona
39.Jordan Loveridge 195 2013 2016 Utah
40.Jamal Lawrence 194 1995 1997 Oregon
41.Kyle Fogg 193 2009 2012 Arizona
42.Jason Terry 192 1996 1999 Arizona
43.Chase Budinger 190 2007 2009 Arizona
44.Bryce Alford 188 2014 2016 UCLA
45.Garrett Sim 185 2009 2012 Oregon
 Ahmad Starks 185 2011 2015 Oregon State
47.Richard Midgley 183 2003 2006 University of California
48.Kevin Kruger 181 2004 2007 Arizona State
49.Chris Stephens 180 2003 2006 Oregon State
50.Roberto Nelson 179 2011 2014 Oregon State
 Gabe Pruitt 179 2005 2007 USC
 Deaundra Tanner 179 1998 2001 Oregon State
53.Ryan Mendez 178 1997 2001 Stanford
54.Isaac Fontaine 177 1994 1997 Washington State
55.Miles Simon 176 1995 1998 Arizona
56.Luke Jackson 174 2001 2004 Oregon
 Jordan Mathews 174 2014 2016 University of California
58.Toby Bailey 171 1995 1998 UCLA
 David Bluthenthal 171 1999 2002 USC
60.Andrew Andrews 170 2013 2016 Washington
 Askia Booker 170 2012 2015 Colorado
62.Matt Lottich 169 2001 2004 Stanford
 David Moseley 169 1997 2000 Stanford
64.E.J. Singler 168 2010 2013 Oregon
 Bryce Taylor 168 2005 2008 Oregon
66.Joseph Young 167 2012 2015 Oregon
67.Patrick Christopher 164 2007 2010 University of California
 Isaiah Thomas 164 2009 2011 Washington
69.Elias Ayuso 163 1997 1999 USC
 Darren Collison 163 2006 2009 UCLA
71.Josh Steinthal 160 1997 2001 Oregon State
 Ayinde Ubaka 160 2004 2007 University of California
 Nic Wise 160 2007 2010 Arizona
74.Dion Cross 157 1995 1996 Stanford
 Joe Shipp 157 2000 2003 University of California
76.Aaron Bright 154 2011 2015 Stanford
 Theo Robertson 154 2006 2010 University of California
78.Julius Barnes 153 2000 2003 Stanford
 Michael Dickerson 153 1995 1998 Arizona
80.Marcus Moore 152 1995 2004 Washington State
81.Curtis Allen 151 2001 2004 Washington
82.Derek Glasser 149 2007 2010 Arizona State
 Dwight Lewis 149 2007 2010 USC
84.Arthur Lee 148 1996 1999 Stanford
85.Fred Jones 147 1999 2002 Oregon
86.Malik Hairston 145 2005 2008 Oregon
87.Mike Bibby 144 1997 1998 Arizona
 Jimmie Haywood 144 2000 2003 Oregon State
 Nick Johnson 144 2012 2014 Arizona
 Scott Suggs 144 2009 2013 Washington
91.Randy Duck 142 1995 1997 University of California
92.Jan-Michael Thomas 140 1999 2000 Washington State
93.Shantay Legans 139 2000 2004 University of California
94.Ron Riley 138 1995 1996 Arizona State
95.Amit Tamir 136 2002 2004 University of California
96.Stais Boseman 133 1995 1997 USC
 Justin Dentmon 133 2006 2009 Washington
 Dijon Thompson 133 2002 2005 UCLA
 Lathen Wallace 133 2008 2011 Oregon State
 Earl Watson 133 1998 2001 UCLA
101.Calvin Haynes 132 2008 2011 Oregon State
 Taylor Rochestie 132 2005 2009 Washington State
103.Maarty Leunen 131 2005 2008 Oregon
104.Dakarai Tucker 130 2013 2016 Utah
105.Jerry McNair 128 2001 2003 Washington State
 Tre Simmons 128 2004 2005 Washington
107.Dexter Kernich-Drew 127 2012 2015 Washington State
 Nate Robinson 127 2003 2005 Washington
109.Billy Knight 125 2000 2002 UCLA
110.Daven Harmeling 124 2005 2009 Washington State
111.Jamelle McMillan 123 2008 2011 Arizona State
112.Ryan Anderson 122 2007 2008 University of California
113.Chris Rodgers 121 2003 2006 Arizona
114.Nikola Dragovic 120 2007 2010 UCLA
115.Blake Pengelly 119 1997 2000 Washington State
 Adam Spanich 119 1996 1999 USC
117.Olaf Schaftenaar 117 2013 2016 Oregon State
118.Anthony Lever 116 2000 2002 Oregon
 Terrence Ross 116 2011 2012 Washington
120.Spencer Dinwiddie 115 2012 2014 Colorado
 John Gage 115 2011 2014 Stanford
 Solomon Hill 115 2010 2013 Arizona
 Adam Masten 115 1999 2002 Oregon State
 Chamberlain Oguchi 115 2005 2009 Oregon
125.Lawrence Hill 114 2006 2009 Stanford
 Andre Joseph 114 2003 2004 Oregon