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Sun Belt Conference Career Leaders and Records for 3-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 3P From To Last School
1.Erik Benzel 323 2002 2005 Denver
2.Greg Gantt 287 2010 2013 Florida Atlantic
3.Brad Boyd 271 2001 2004 Louisiana-Lafayette
4.B.J. Pratt 265 2000 2003 Denver
5.Brian Stafford 264 2009 2012 Denver
6.Alan Barksdale 255 1999 2001 Arkansas-Little Rock
7.Anthony Winchester 247 2003 2006 Western Kentucky
8.Courtney Lee 245 2005 2008 Western Kentucky
9.Nick Zachery 236 2001 2004 Arkansas-Little Rock
10.Randell Daigle 227 2008 2011 Louisiana-Lafayette
 Matt Mouzy 227 2008 2011 Arkansas-Little Rock
12.James Parlow 222 2005 2008 New Orleans
13.Blane Harmon 212 1999 2001 Louisiana-Lafayette
14.A.J. Slaughter 210 2007 2010 Western Kentucky
15.Brandon Hazzard 209 2007 2010 Troy
16.Demetric Bennett 208 2004 2008 South Alabama
 Calvin Watson 208 2004 2007 North Texas
18.Kevin Kanaskie 207 2006 2009 Middle Tennessee
19.T.J. Price 205 2012 2014 Western Kentucky
20.Tony Hooper 199 2006 2010 Louisiana-Monroe
21.Orlando Mendez-Valdez 197 2006 2009 Western Kentucky
22.Ty Rogers 193 2005 2008 Western Kentucky
23.Chris Young 188 2003 2004 South Alabama
24.Tommy Gunn 185 2001 2004 Middle Tennessee
 Josh White 185 2008 2011 North Texas
26.Trey Finn 184 2010 2013 Arkansas State
27.Tristan Thompson 183 2008 2011 North Texas
28.Mike Wells 179 2001 2004 Western Kentucky
29.Tory Walker 177 1998 2001 New Orleans
30.Edward Townsel 176 2011 2014 Arkansas State
31.Ryan Wedel 175 2007 2011 Arkansas State
32.Kyle Buggs 170 2001 2004 New Orleans
 Dewarick Spencer 170 2004 2005 Arkansas State
34.Raymond Taylor 163 2010 2014 Florida Atlantic
35.Richard Law 161 2003 2006 South Alabama
36.Hunter Williams 160 2013 2014 Troy
37.Jerome Rogers 159 2001 2004 North Texas
38.Shavar Richardson 157 2009 2012 Florida Atlantic
39.Patrick Sparks 155 2002 2006 Western Kentucky
40.Antonio Harvey 153 1998 1999 Arkansas State
 Gerrod Henderson 153 1999 2002 Louisiana Tech
 Carlos Smith 153 2004 2007 South Alabama
43.Nashon McPherson 151 1998 2001 Western Kentucky
44.Filip Videnov 150 2000 2003 Western Kentucky
45.Adrian Banks 148 2007 2008 Arkansas State
46.Boo Ramsey 145 2006 2007 Troy
47.James Gallman 144 2010 2013 Middle Tennessee
 Domonic Tilford 144 2006 2009 South Alabama
49.Derek Robinson 143 1999 2002 Western Kentucky
50.Eric Channing 142 1999 2002 New Mexico State
51.Andrew Hooper 141 2009 2011 Denver
52.Mario Jointer 140 2005 2006 South Alabama
53.Carlos Arroyo 139 1998 2001 Florida International
54.Raymond Cintron 138 2012 2013 Middle Tennessee
 Alex Galindo 138 2005 2009 Florida International
 Tevoris Thompson 138 2003 2004 Arkansas State
57.Jon Beck 137 2000 2003 Arkansas State
 Brandon Freeman 137 2004 2005 Arkansas-Little Rock
 James Washington 137 2007 2011 Middle Tennessee
60.Leonard Hopkins 136 2001 2005 North Texas
61.Travis Bureau 135 2008 2011 Louisiana-Lafayette
62.Mark Green 133 2000 2003 Arkansas-Little Rock
63.Antoine Landry 130 2001 2004 Louisiana-Lafayette
64.Paul Graham 129 2006 2009 Florida Atlantic
65.Johwen Villegas 128 2006 2007 Florida International
 DaShawn Walker 128 2006 2007 Denver
67.Terrance Akins 126 2006 2008 Arkansas-Little Rock
 Jordan Payne 126 2007 2008 Louisiana-Monroe
69.Lawrence Gilbert 124 2007 2011 Louisiana-Monroe
70.Lonnie Cooper 123 1998 1999 Louisiana Tech
71.Justin Jonas 122 2007 2008 Troy
72.O'Darien Bassett 121 2007 2008 Troy
73.Caden Dickerson 118 2010 2014 Western Kentucky
 Ross Mouton 118 2004 2007 Louisiana-Lafayette
75.Allen Haynes 117 2003 2005 New Mexico State
 Demetrice Williams 117 2000 2003 South Alabama
77.Ravonte Dantzler 116 2000 2001 South Alabama
78.Mike Dean 115 2004 2005 Middle Tennessee
 Bo McCalebb 115 2004 2008 New Orleans
80.Francis Cuyler 114 2005 2006 Middle Tennessee
 Tremain Rowles 114 1999 2002 Western Kentucky
82.Chico Fletcher 113 1998 2000 Arkansas State
 Chase Hallam 113 2010 2013 Denver
84.Trent Mackey 112 2012 2013 Louisiana-Monroe
 Steffphon Pettigrew 112 2008 2011 Western Kentucky
86.Solomon Bozeman 111 2007 2011 Arkansas-Little Rock
 Chris Davis 111 1999 2003 North Texas
88.Jonas Brown 110 2007 2008 Louisiana-Monroe
 Orlando Butler 110 1999 2001 Louisiana-Lafayette
90.Fred Brown 109 2008 2012 Louisiana-Monroe
91.Antoine Allen 108 2013 2014 South Alabama
 Tyrone Brazelton 108 2007 2008 Western Kentucky
93.Craig Jackson 107 1999 2000 Louisiana Tech
94.Kendrick Davis 106 2006 2007 North Texas
95.Brandon Harris 105 2013 2014 Western Kentucky
96.Freddie Goldstein 104 2012 2013 South Alabama
 Chris Gradnigo 104 2008 2012 Louisiana-Lafayette
 Sergio Kerusch 104 2009 2011 Western Kentucky
 Odie Williams 104 2000 2003 Arkansas State
100.Dynile Forbes 103 2009 2010 Louisiana-Monroe
 Chris Green 103 1998 1999 Arkansas-Little Rock
102.Antonio Haynes 102 2004 2005 Western Kentucky
 Bryant Mbamalu 102 2011 2014 Louisiana-Lafayette
 Brandon Reed 102 2010 2014 Arkansas State
105.Arthur Ireland 101 1999 2001 Denver
 Kahlil McDonald 101 2011 2012 Western Kentucky
 Jamie McNeilly 101 2005 2007 New Orleans
108.R.J. Hunter 100 2013 2014 Georgia State
109.Richard Delk 99 2006 2010 Troy
 Regis Huddleston 99 2009 2011 Troy
111.Carderro Nwoji 98 2008 2009 Florida Atlantic
 Jamie Rosser 98 2000 2001 Arkansas State
113.A.J. Meredith 97 2001 2004 New Orleans
 Slavcho Slavtchev 97 2001 2004 Florida International
115.Reger Dowell 96 2010 2014 Texas-Arlington
 Dominique Johnson 96 2009 2011 North Texas
 Kyle Lewis 96 2008 2011 Denver
 Malik Smith 96 2013 2014 Florida International
119.Lance Brasher 95 2006 2008 Louisiana-Monroe
120.Nick Rivers 94 2001 2002 Arkansas State
121.Travis Lee 93 2009 2011 Troy
122.Casey Green 92 1998 1998 Louisiana-Lafayette
123.Steven Moore 91 2007 2009 Arkansas-Little Rock
124.Bobby Dixon 90 2005 2006 Troy
 Desmond Yates 90 2007 2010 Middle Tennessee