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

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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

Rank Player 2PA From To Last School
1.Kyle Hines 1483 2005 2008 North Carolina-Greensboro
2.Cameron Wells 1440 2008 2011 Citadel
3.Noah Dahlman 1270 2008 2011 Wofford
4.Lucas Troutman 1215 2011 2014 Elon
5.Louis Graham 1151 2005 2008 Georgia Southern
 Chuck Vincent 1151 1995 1998 Furman
7.Andrew Goudelock 1134 2008 2011 College of Charleston
8.Tim Smith 1104 2003 2006 ETSU
9.Kayel Locke 1099 2013 2016 North Carolina-Greensboro
10.Karim Souchu 1076 2000 2003 Furman
11.De'Mon Brooks 1055 2011 2014 Davidson
12.Harouna Mutombo 1005 2009 2012 Western Carolina
13.Matt Newman 992 1995 1998 Citadel
14.Kashien Latham 974 1999 2002 Georgia Southern
15.Julius Jenkins 968 2000 2003 Georgia Southern
16.David Berghoefer 934 2003 2006 Western Carolina
17.Mike Groselle 929 2010 2013 Citadel
18.Trey Sumler 926 2011 2014 Western Carolina
19.Brandon Boggs 925 2011 2014 Western Carolina
20.Ian Johnson 922 2003 2006 Davidson
21.Jake Cohen 912 2010 2013 Davidson
22.Frank Bennett 906 2001 2004 Georgia Southern
23.Lee Skinner 904 2012 2015 Wofford
24.Karl Cochran 900 2012 2015 Wofford
25.Jason Bell 887 1995 1999 Virginia Military Institute
26.Jermaine Johnson 886 2006 2009 College of Charleston
27.Spencer Collins 873 2013 2016 Wofford
28.Kareem Livingston 872 1995 1998 Appalachian State
29.Zakee Wadood 870 2001 2004 ETSU
30.Stephen Curry 862 2007 2009 Davidson
31.James Maye 859 1999 2003 North Carolina-Greensboro
32.Brandon Giles 853 2007 2010 Western Carolina
33.Tyson Patterson 852 1997 2000 Appalachian State
34.Demetrius Nelson 851 2005 2009 Citadel
35.Landry Kosmalski 849 1997 2000 Davidson
36.Eric Ferguson 832 2011 2015 Georgia Southern
 Ben Stywall 832 2007 2010 North Carolina-Greensboro
38.Stephen Croone 831 2013 2016 Furman
39.Jean Francois 829 2003 2005 Georgia Southern
40.Jody Lumpkin 825 1997 2001 College of Charleston
41.Frankie King 817 1994 1995 Western Carolina
42.Tawaski King 815 2011 2014 Western Carolina
43.Robby Bostain 813 2004 2007 Furman
44.Ben Drayton 812 2009 2012 Georgia Southern
45.Moussa Diagne 805 2004 2007 Furman
46.Radee Skipworth 791 2001 2004 Virginia Military Institute
47.Brett James 785 2006 2009 Elon
48.Courtney Eldridge 783 1999 2002 North Carolina-Greensboro
 Tim Johnson 783 2008 2011 Wofford
50.Tyler Berg 761 2003 2006 Wofford
51.Jeff Bolton 758 1999 2002 College of Charleston
52.Casey Jones 754 2013 2016 Chattanooga
53.Andrew Lovedale 750 2006 2009 Davidson
54.Dondrell Whitmore 749 1997 2000 Western Carolina
55.Trevis Simpson 747 2011 2013 North Carolina-Greensboro
56.Howard Wilkerson 746 2003 2006 Wofford
57.James Sinclair 743 2012 2015 Western Carolina
58.Guilherme Da Luz 736 2000 2003 Furman
59.J'mel Everhart 733 2004 2007 Citadel
 Chris McFarland 733 2002 2005 Appalachian State
61.Jarvis Graham 732 1995 1998 Western Carolina
62.Mike Brown 730 2013 2016 Western Carolina
63.Ronnie Burrell 729 2002 2005 North Carolina-Greensboro
64.Ryley Beaumont 727 2011 2014 Elon
65.Nicchaeus Doaks 725 2006 2009 Chattanooga
66.Cory Largent 723 1999 2002 Western Carolina
 Virgil Stevens 723 1996 1998 Citadel
68.Hamp Jones 721 1997 2000 Georgia Southern
 Kevin Martin 721 2002 2004 Western Carolina
 Cliff Washburn 721 1999 2002 Citadel
71.Eric Mann 719 1997 2001 Virginia Military Institute
72.Ola Atoyebi 716 2006 2009 Elon
73.Brendan Winters 714 2003 2006 Davidson
74.Nick Richardson 713 1998 2001 Virginia Military Institute
75.Mike Joseph 708 2000 2003 Citadel
76.Jerald Fields 706 2001 2004 ETSU
77.Richie Gordon 705 2008 2011 Western Carolina
78.Willie Powers 704 2008 2012 Georgia Southern
79.Donavan Monroe 701 2008 2011 College of Charleston
80.Rans Brempong 698 2001 2005 Western Carolina
81.Jeremy Simmons 695 2008 2011 College of Charleston
82.Torrion Brummitt 694 2013 2016 Western Carolina
 Jeremy Clayton 694 2005 2008 Appalachian State
84.Chad McClendon 690 1994 1995 Appalachian State
 David Phillips 690 1997 2000 Chattanooga
86.Tim Williams 685 2013 2016 Samford
87.Z Mason 684 2012 2014 Chattanooga
 Max Mombollet 684 2001 2004 Citadel
 Brandon Williams 684 1993 1996 Davidson
90.Oliver Morton 680 1997 2001 Chattanooga
91.Aaron Demory 674 1997 2000 Virginia Military Institute
92.Corey Muirhead 671 2003 2006 Western Carolina
93.Jay Joseph 670 2001 2004 North Carolina-Greensboro
94.Colin Reddick 669 2010 2013 Furman
95.Lee Nixon 668 2000 2003 Wofford
96.Kenny Zeigler 666 2000 2003 Furman
97.Justin Gordon 664 2013 2016 Wofford
98.Leighton Bowie 661 2000 2002 College of Charleston
99.Reggie Todd 660 1996 1999 ETSU
100.Elton Nesbitt 657 2004 2006 Georgia Southern
101.Alphonso Pugh 656 2003 2006 Chattanooga
102.Ashton Moore 655 2012 2015 Citadel
103.Ricky Hickman 654 2004 2007 North Carolina-Greensboro
104.RJ White 648 2013 2016 North Carolina-Greensboro
105.Tony Patterson 645 1994 1995 ETSU
106.J.P. Kuhlman 643 2010 2013 Davidson
107.Donte Gennie 641 2004 2007 Georgia Southern
108.Jordan Miller 640 2008 2011 Furman
109.Lawrence Gullette 639 1994 1996 Virginia Military Institute
110.Adrien Borders 630 2002 2005 Wofford
111.Kevin Hammack 629 2003 2007 Citadel
112.Kellen Brand 628 2007 2010 Appalachian State
113.Trent Weideman 620 2011 2013 College of Charleston
114.Josh Shehan 619 2000 2003 Appalachian State
115.Anquell McCollum 617 1994 1996 Western Carolina
116.Dimeco Childress 614 1999 2002 ETSU
 Josh Jackson 614 2005 2009 College of Charleston
118.Tre Bussey 612 2011 2014 Georgia Southern
119.Ian Chadwick 611 1998 2001 Wofford
 Boris Meno 611 2005 2008 Davidson
 Antwaine Wiggins 611 2008 2012 College of Charleston
122.D.J. McDuffie 606 1998 2001 ETSU
 Andre Quarles 606 1996 2000 Virginia Military Institute
124.Isaac Butts 605 2008 2012 Appalachian State
125.Junior Braswell 600 1994 1997 Appalachian State
 Alfred Forbes 600 1995 1999 Wofford