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Southern Conference Career Leaders and Records for 3-Point Field Goals

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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.Stephen Curry 414 2007 2009 Davidson
2.Andrew Goudelock 396 2008 2011 College of Charleston
3.Donald Sims 358 2008 2011 Appalachian State
4.Karl Cochran 312 2012 2015 Wofford
5.Ian Chadwick 299 1998 2001 Wofford
6.Zach Urbanus 295 2008 2011 Citadel
7.Jake Robinson 278 2007 2010 Western Carolina
8.Eric Webb 273 2004 2007 Furman
9.D.J. Thompson 270 2004 2007 Appalachian State
10.Brendan Winters 268 2003 2006 Davidson
11.Jack Isenbarger 264 2011 2014 Elon
 Junior Salters 264 2007 2010 Wofford
13.Mikko Koivisto 263 2007 2010 North Carolina-Greensboro
14.Elton Nesbitt 262 2004 2006 Georgia Southern
 Nicholas Paulos 262 2012 2015 North Carolina-Greensboro
 Terry Williams 262 2002 2005 Georgia Southern
17.Jay Joseph 261 2001 2004 North Carolina-Greensboro
18.Travis Cantrell 255 1999 2002 Citadel
19.Tony White 253 2007 2010 College of Charleston
20.Shane Nichols 244 2004 2008 Wofford
21.Austin Dahn 243 2008 2011 Citadel
 Stephen McDowell 243 2005 2009 Chattanooga
23.Sebastian Koch 242 2011 2014 Elon
 Alan Puckett 242 1999 2002 Citadel
25.Keith Veney 241 1996 1997 Marshall
26.Matt McKillop 223 2003 2006 Davidson
27.Julius Jenkins 221 2000 2003 Georgia Southern
28.Fernando Daniel 219 1996 1999 Georgia Southern
29.Trey Sumler 217 2011 2014 Western Carolina
30.Brendan Mckillop 216 2008 2011 Davidson
 Tony Mitchell 216 2002 2005 College of Charleston
32.Noy Castillo 215 1995 1997 Citadel
33.Noah Brown 214 2001 2005 Appalachian State
 Justin Dehm 214 2008 2011 Furman
35.Nathan Cranford 209 2003 2007 Appalachian State
 Keddric Mays 209 2006 2007 Chattanooga
37.Troy Wheless 208 2000 2003 College of Charleston
38.Andrew Lawrence 207 2010 2013 College of Charleston
 Ashton Moore 207 2012 2015 Citadel
 Casey Rogers 207 1999 2002 Western Carolina
41.Josh Davis 205 2008 2011 Samford
42.Keaton Cole 204 2009 2012 Western Carolina
43.Kendall Toney 202 2007 2010 North Carolina-Greensboro
44.Dontaye Draper 201 2004 2007 College of Charleston
45.Chris Chalko 199 2003 2007 Elon
 Anthony Thomas 199 1999 2002 Furman
47.Peter Anderer 190 2000 2003 Davidson
48.Nathan Jameson 188 1998 2001 North Carolina-Greensboro
49.Kevin Giltner 187 2009 2012 Wofford
 Kyle Greathouse 187 2004 2007 Western Carolina
51.Will Archambault 186 2007 2010 Davidson
52.Bryant Barr 185 2007 2010 Davidson
53.Antonio Hanson 183 2006 2010 Georgia Southern
54.Anquell McCollum 182 1995 1996 Western Carolina
55.Jelani Hewitt 181 2011 2015 Georgia Southern
56.Drew Spradlin 180 2009 2012 Elon
57.Eric Robertson 176 2013 2016 Chattanooga
58.Kevin Martin 174 2002 2004 Western Carolina
 Tim Parker 174 2000 2003 Chattanooga
 Antwaine Wiggins 174 2008 2012 College of Charleston
61.Chris Czerapowicz 172 2011 2014 Davidson
 J.P. Kuhlman 172 2010 2013 Davidson
 Chris Long 172 1995 2011 Elon
64.Spencer Collins 171 2013 2016 Wofford
65.Tige Darner 170 1995 1998 Appalachian State
 Rhett Harrelson 170 2013 2016 Western Carolina
67.Mike Lenzly 169 2000 2003 Wofford
 Karim Souchu 169 2000 2003 Furman
69.Tyler Hood 168 2012 2015 Samford
 Omar Wattad 168 2008 2012 Chattanooga
71.Wes Moore 167 1996 1999 Chattanooga
72.Jeff Bolton 166 1999 2002 College of Charleston
73.Brigham Waginger 165 2007 2010 Western Carolina
74.T.J. Douglas 163 2007 2010 Elon
 Donte Gennie 163 2004 2007 Georgia Southern
 Ricky Hickman 163 2004 2007 North Carolina-Greensboro
77.Keegan Bell 161 2008 2012 Chattanooga
 Dimeco Childress 161 1999 2002 ETSU
79.Donny McLendon 160 2003 2007 Citadel
 Jordan Miller 160 2008 2011 Furman
 Dante Terry 160 2003 2006 Citadel
 Toot Young 160 2001 2002 Chattanooga
83.Junior Braswell 159 1995 1997 Appalachian State
 Mark Donnelly 159 1996 1998 Davidson
85.Thomas Mobley 158 2001 2004 College of Charleston
86.Ricky Taylor 157 2009 2012 Chattanooga
87.Cory Largent 156 1999 2002 Western Carolina
 Tom Tankelewicz 156 2010 2014 Western Carolina
 Ronrico White 156 2012 2015 Chattanooga
90.Kellen Brand 155 2007 2010 Appalachian State
 Tre Bussey 155 2011 2014 Georgia Southern
 Nik Cochran 155 2010 2013 Davidson
 Brandon Giles 155 2007 2010 Western Carolina
94.Trevis Simpson 154 2011 2013 North Carolina-Greensboro
95.James Maye 153 1999 2003 North Carolina-Greensboro
96.Tyler Kalinoski 152 2012 2015 Davidson
97.Andy King 151 2008 2011 Samford
98.Isaac Conner 149 1996 1999 Chattanooga
99.Kevin Oleksiak 146 2005 2008 North Carolina-Greensboro
100.Shawn Hall 145 2002 2003 Appalachian State
101.Tab Hamilton 144 2012 2015 Appalachian State
102.Wayne Bernard 143 2000 2003 Davidson
 Lee Nixon 143 2000 2003 Wofford
 Scottie Rice 143 2003 2006 Elon
105.Darryl Faulkner 142 1997 1998 Virginia Military Institute
 Ryan Lawson 142 2000 2003 ETSU
107.Jeremi Booth 140 2007 2011 Appalachian State
108.Tanner Samson 139 2013 2016 Elon
 Starzee Walker 139 1997 2000 Wofford
110.James Anthony 137 2002 2005 ETSU
111.John Brannen 135 1996 1997 Marshall
 Matt McMahon 135 1997 2000 Appalachian State
113.Kevin Hammack 133 2003 2007 Citadel
 Donavan Monroe 133 2008 2011 College of Charleston
115.Jamie Jenkins 132 1995 1998 Citadel
116.Sam Daniels 131 2002 2005 Wofford
 Jason Richards 131 2005 2008 Davidson
 Tim Smith 131 2003 2006 ETSU
119.Montell Watson 130 2004 2008 Elon
120.Richard Bruce 129 1998 2001 Virginia Military Institute
121.Davor Halbauer 128 1997 2000 Davidson
 James Sinclair 128 2012 2015 Western Carolina
123.Bubba Smith 127 1996 1999 Furman
 Bryan Taueg 127 1995 1998 Virginia Military Institute
125.Tony Carter 126 2003 2006 Furman
 Gabe Lisicky 126 1997 2000 ETSU
 Jason Stewart 126 1996 2000 Furman