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Pacific-12 Conference Career Leaders and Records for Points Per Game

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Leaders and Records: Single SeasonCareerYearly

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Leaders are based on stats from the 1993-94 through 2015-16 seasons.
Stats include all games played.

Since 1993-94

Minimum 1400 PTS
Rank Player PTS/G From To Last School
1.Ike Diogu 21.38 2003 2005 Arizona State
2.Casey Jacobsen 18.14 2000 2002 Stanford
3.Klay Thompson 17.92 2009 2011 Washington State
4.Chase Budinger 16.97 2007 2009 Arizona
5.Ron Riley 16.69 1994 1996 Arizona State
6.Isaac Fontaine 16.69 1994 1997 Washington State
7.Jason Kapono 16.50 2000 2003 UCLA
8.Chasson Randle 16.49 2012 2015 Stanford
9.Eddie House 16.48 1997 2000 Arizona State
10.Isaiah Thomas 16.39 2009 2011 Washington
11.Jeremy Veal 16.26 1995 1998 Arizona State
12.Allen Crabbe 15.68 2011 2013 University of California
13.Brian Scalabrine 15.66 1999 2001 USC
14.Luke Jackson 15.63 2001 2004 Oregon
15.Nick Young 15.48 2005 2007 USC
16.Salim Stoudamire 15.19 2002 2005 Arizona
17.Todd MacCulloch 15.16 1996 1999 Washington
18.Michael Wright 15.06 1999 2001 Arizona
19.Brevin Knight 14.90 1994 1997 Stanford
20.Arron Afflalo 14.81 2005 2007 UCLA
21.Sam Clancy 14.66 1999 2002 USC
22.Miles Simon 14.60 1995 1998 Arizona
23.Jason Gardner 14.59 2000 2003 Arizona
24.Sean Lampley 14.44 1998 2001 University of California
25.Justin Cobbs 14.40 2010 2014 University of California
26.Charles O'Bannon 14.39 1994 1997 UCLA
27.C.J. Wilcox 14.35 2011 2014 Washington
28.Brandon Roy 14.34 2003 2006 Washington
29.Toby Bailey 14.31 1995 1998 UCLA
30.Tajuan Porter 14.31 2007 2010 Oregon
31.Marcus Moore 14.29 2001 2004 Washington State
32.J.R. Henderson 14.18 1995 1998 UCLA
33.Andrew Andrews 14.16 2013 2016 Washington
34.Roberto Nelson 14.07 2011 2014 Oregon State
35.Malik Hairston 14.05 2005 2008 Oregon
36.Hassan Adams 13.98 2003 2006 Arizona
37.Jerome Randle 13.90 2007 2010 University of California
38.Josh Scott 13.80 2013 2016 Colorado
39.Jon Brockman 13.78 2006 2009 Washington
40.Michael Dickerson 13.78 1995 1998 Arizona
41.Channing Frye 13.45 2002 2005 Arizona
42.DaVonte Lacy 13.34 2012 2015 Washington State
43.Kenya Wilkins 13.29 1994 1997 Oregon
44.Desmon Farmer 13.27 2001 2004 USC
45.Fred Jones 13.15 1999 2002 Oregon
46.Aaron Brooks 13.14 2004 2007 Oregon
47.Quincy Pondexter 13.13 2007 2010 Washington
48.Joe Shipp 13.12 2000 2003 University of California
49.Askia Booker 12.99 2012 2015 Colorado
50.Brock Motum 12.75 2010 2013 Washington State
51.Deon Luton 12.72 1997 2000 Washington
52.Patrick Christopher 12.69 2007 2010 University of California
53.Jeff Pendergraph 12.60 2006 2009 Arizona State
54.Tyrone Wallace 12.58 2013 2016 University of California
55.Dijon Thompson 12.46 2002 2005 UCLA
56.Josh Shipp 12.35 2005 2009 UCLA
57.Bryce Taylor 12.27 2005 2008 Oregon
58.Jordan Loveridge 12.15 2013 2016 Utah
59.Lodrick Stewart 11.92 2004 2007 USC
60.Tim Young 11.70 1995 1999 Stanford
61.Devon Collier 11.63 2011 2014 Oregon State
62.Darren Collison 11.56 2006 2009 UCLA
63.Brandon Granville 11.53 1999 2002 USC
64.Jason Terry 11.33 1996 1999 Arizona
65.Earl Watson 11.23 1998 2001 UCLA
66.Dwight Lewis 10.98 2007 2010 USC
67.E.J. Singler 10.89 2010 2013 Oregon
68.Anthony Brown 10.85 2011 2015 Stanford
69.Dwight Powell 10.77 2011 2014 Stanford
70.Lawrence Hill 10.72 2006 2009 Stanford
71.Justin Dentmon 10.71 2006 2009 Washington
72.Solomon Hill 10.29 2010 2013 Arizona