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Southern Conference Career Leaders and Records for 2-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 2P From To Last School
1.Kyle Hines 878 2005 2008 North Carolina-Greensboro
2.Noah Dahlman 764 2008 2011 Wofford
3.Cameron Wells 664 2008 2011 Citadel
4.Lucas Troutman 635 2011 2014 Elon
5.Karim Souchu 603 2000 2003 Furman
6.Louis Graham 602 2005 2008 Georgia Southern
7.De'Mon Brooks 594 2011 2014 Davidson
8.Andrew Goudelock 560 2008 2011 College of Charleston
9.Mike Groselle 548 2010 2013 Citadel
10.Ian Johnson 519 2003 2006 Davidson
11.Frank Bennett 512 2001 2004 Georgia Southern
12.Jermaine Johnson 508 2006 2009 College of Charleston
13.Harouna Mutombo 503 2009 2012 Western Carolina
14.Kashien Latham 496 1999 2002 Georgia Southern
15.Tim Smith 493 2003 2006 East Tennessee State
16.Jake Cohen 489 2010 2013 Davidson
17.Jody Lumpkin 485 1999 2001 College of Charleston
18.David Berghoefer 467 2003 2006 Western Carolina
19.Stephen Curry 457 2007 2009 Davidson
20.Demetrius Nelson 453 2005 2009 Citadel
21.Eric Ferguson 448 2011 2013 Georgia Southern
22.Zakee Wadood 446 2001 2004 East Tennessee State
23.Julius Jenkins 444 2000 2003 Georgia Southern
24.Howard Wilkerson 437 2003 2006 Wofford
25.Moussa Diagne 433 2004 2007 Furman
26.Nicchaeus Doaks 432 2006 2009 Chattanooga
27.Trey Sumler 428 2011 2014 Western Carolina
28.Jerald Fields 425 2001 2004 East Tennessee State
29.Ben Stywall 422 2007 2010 North Carolina-Greensboro
30.Jeremy Simmons 414 2008 2011 College of Charleston
31.Brandon Boggs 409 2011 2014 Western Carolina
32.Ben Drayton 408 2009 2012 Georgia Southern
33.Jeremy Clayton 402 2005 2008 Appalachian State
 James Maye 402 1999 2003 North Carolina-Greensboro
35.Jean Francois 400 2003 2005 Georgia Southern
36.Ola Atoyebi 398 2006 2009 Elon
37.Tyler Berg 396 2003 2006 Wofford
38.Radee Skipworth 394 2001 2004 Virginia Military Institute
 Tim Williams 394 2013 2014 Samford
40.Tawaski King 393 2011 2014 Western Carolina
41.Kevin Martin 391 2002 2004 Western Carolina
42.Robby Bostain 390 2004 2007 Furman
43.Brandon Giles 382 2007 2010 Western Carolina
44.Ronnie Burrell 381 2002 2005 North Carolina-Greensboro
45.J'mel Everhart 379 2004 2007 Citadel
 Richie Gordon 379 2008 2011 Western Carolina
47.Andrew Lovedale 374 2006 2009 Davidson
48.Alphonso Pugh 370 2003 2006 Chattanooga
49.Jeff Bolton 366 1999 2002 College of Charleston
 Oliver Morton 366 1999 2001 Chattanooga
 Josh Shehan 366 2000 2003 Appalachian State
52.Isaac Butts 365 2008 2012 Appalachian State
 Brett James 365 2006 2009 Elon
54.Ryley Beaumont 363 2011 2014 Elon
55.Courtney Eldridge 359 1999 2002 North Carolina-Greensboro
56.Leighton Bowie 358 2000 2002 College of Charleston
57.Z Mason 355 2012 2014 Chattanooga
58.Donavan Monroe 353 2008 2011 College of Charleston
 Willie Powers 353 2008 2012 Georgia Southern
 Nick Richardson 353 1998 2001 Virginia Military Institute
61.Dondrell Whitmore 352 1998 2000 Western Carolina
62.Cliff Washburn 346 1999 2002 Citadel
63.Hamp Jones 345 1998 2000 Georgia Southern
 Thomas Sander 345 2005 2008 Davidson
65.Tim Johnson 342 2008 2011 Wofford
66.Landry Kosmalski 341 1998 2000 Davidson
 Brendan Winters 341 2003 2006 Davidson
68.Rans Brempong 340 2001 2005 Western Carolina
69.Chris McFarland 339 2002 2005 Appalachian State
70.Tyson Patterson 338 1998 2000 Appalachian State
71.Trent Weideman 337 2011 2013 College of Charleston
72.Jay Joseph 335 2001 2004 North Carolina-Greensboro
 Corey Muirhead 335 2003 2006 Western Carolina
74.Trevis Simpson 334 2011 2013 North Carolina-Greensboro
75.Cory Largent 329 1999 2002 Western Carolina
76.Max Mombollet 324 2001 2004 Citadel
77.Kellen Brand 323 2007 2010 Appalachian State
 Donte Gennie 323 2004 2007 Georgia Southern
79.Guilherme Da Luz 321 2000 2003 Furman
80.Ricky Hickman 320 2004 2007 North Carolina-Greensboro
81.Josh Jackson 316 2005 2007 College of Charleston
82.Antwaine Wiggins 313 2008 2012 College of Charleston
83.Mike Joseph 312 2000 2003 Citadel
84.Mike Benton 311 2000 2004 College of Charleston
 Adrien Borders 311 2002 2005 Wofford
86.Ben Rhoda 310 2003 2006 East Tennessee State
 Lee Skinner 310 2012 2014 Wofford
88.Colin Reddick 309 2010 2013 Furman
 Kenny Zeigler 309 2000 2003 Furman
90.Lee Nixon 308 2000 2003 Wofford
91.Karl Cochran 305 2012 2014 Wofford
 Stephen Marshall 305 1998 2000 Davidson
93.Ashley Champion 303 2003 2004 Chattanooga
94.Boris Meno 302 2005 2008 Davidson
95.Adrian Meeks 301 1998 2001 East Tennessee State
96.Dontaye Draper 297 2004 2007 College of Charleston
97.Elton Nesbitt 296 2004 2006 Georgia Southern
98.Brandon Sebirumbi 295 2009 2012 Furman
 Andre Williamson 295 2009 2012 Appalachian State
100.Dimeco Childress 293 1999 2002 East Tennessee State
 Aaron Demory 293 1998 2000 Virginia Military Institute
102.J.P. Kuhlman 292 2010 2013 Davidson
103.Jackson Atoyebi 290 2002 2006 Elon
 Adam Constantine 290 2007 2010 Elon
105.Eric Mann 286 1998 2001 Virginia Military Institute
 Donte Minter 286 2004 2008 Appalachian State
107.Donald Sims 283 2008 2011 Appalachian State
108.Jason Bell 282 1998 1999 Virginia Military Institute
109.Khalil Hartwell 278 2006 2009 Chattanooga
110.Demetrius Scott 275 2004 2007 Appalachian State
111.Tre Bussey 274 2011 2014 Georgia Southern
112.Mike Lenzly 272 2000 2003 Wofford
113.Jason Conley 271 2002 2003 Virginia Military Institute
 Kevin Hammack 271 2003 2007 Citadel
 Maleye Ndoye 271 2001 2004 Furman
116.Ian Chadwick 270 1998 2001 Wofford
 Raijon Kelly 270 2012 2014 Samford
118.Sean Peterson 267 2001 2002 Georgia Southern
119.David Schuck 265 1998 2002 North Carolina-Greensboro
120.Jordan Miller 264 2008 2011 Furman
 David Phillips 264 1998 2000 Chattanooga
122.Drazen Zlovaric 263 2009 2013 Chattanooga
123.Le'Vonn Jordan 258 2005 2007 Elon
124.D.J. McDuffie 255 1998 2001 East Tennessee State
125.Brad Loesing 254 2009 2012 Wofford