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Western Athletic Conference Career Leaders and Records for 2-Point Field Goals

Leaders and Records: Single SeasonCareerYearly

Click on the Player for career record and accomplishments.
Leaders are based on stats from the 1997-98 through 2014-15 seasons.
Stats include all games played.

Since 1997-98

Rank Player 2P From To Last School
1.Melvin Ely 788 1999 2002 Fresno State
2.Nick Fazekas 785 2004 2007 Nevada
3.Mike Harris 746 2002 2005 Rice
4.Paul Millsap 652 2004 2006 Louisiana Tech
5.Tai Wesley 650 2008 2011 Utah State
 Brandon Wolfram 650 1998 2001 Texas-El Paso
7.Lee Nailon 590 1998 1999 Texas Christian
8.Kevin Johnson 578 2000 2003 Tulsa
9.Jeryl Sasser 541 1998 2001 Southern Methodist
10.Kyle Barone 525 2010 2013 Idaho
11.Daniel Mullings 523 2012 2015 New Mexico State
12.Phil Martin 511 2001 2004 Hawaii
13.Wendell McKines 499 2008 2012 New Mexico State
14.Armon Johnson 476 2008 2010 Nevada
15.Patrick Simpson 457 2002 2005 Southern Methodist
16.Roy Smallwood 455 2000 2004 Texas-El Paso
17.Marcelus Kemp 452 2004 2008 Nevada
18.Adrian Oliver 447 2007 2011 San Jose State
19.Willie Davis 442 1998 2001 Southern Methodist
20.Garry Hill-Thomas 441 2001 2004 Nevada
21.Jarius Glenn 436 2002 2005 Tulsa
22.Jason McKrieth 431 2002 2005 Rice
23.Dario Hunt 424 2009 2012 Nevada
24.Jaycee Carroll 417 2005 2008 Utah State
25.Marquise Gainous 416 1999 2000 Texas Christian
26.Eric Castro 414 2002 2005 Southern Methodist
27.Stephen Madison 409 2011 2014 Idaho
28.Courtney Alexander 408 1996 2000 Fresno State
29.Quinton Ross 405 2000 2003 Southern Methodist
30.Omar Thomas 404 2004 2005 Texas-El Paso
31.Justin Graham 403 2008 2011 San Jose State
32.Jason Ellis 387 2002 2005 Boise State
33.Hamidu Rahman 386 2009 2012 New Mexico State
34.Reggie Larry 372 2007 2008 Boise State
 Gary Wilkinson 372 2008 2009 Utah State
36.Kirk Snyder 371 2002 2004 Nevada
 C.J. Webster 371 2006 2010 San Jose State
38.Luke Babbitt 370 2009 2010 Nevada
39.Damon Hancock 368 1999 2002 Southern Methodist
40.John Tofi 366 2003 2006 Texas-El Paso
41.Olu Ashaolu 362 2009 2012 Louisiana Tech
42.Matt Nelson 361 2004 2008 Boise State
43.Eric Coley 360 1998 2000 Tulsa
44.Tshilidzi Nephawe 359 2011 2015 New Mexico State
45.Julian Sensley 355 2004 2006 Hawaii
46.Bill Amis 354 2008 2011 Hawaii
47.Justin Hawkins 343 2004 2008 New Mexico State
48.Jahmar Young 340 2008 2010 New Mexico State
49.Corey Dean 338 2003 2006 Louisiana Tech
 Kevinn Pinkney 338 2002 2005 Nevada
51.Anthony Price 330 2003 2006 Tulsa
52.Greg Harrington 328 1999 2002 Tulsa
 Magnum Rolle 328 2006 2010 Louisiana Tech
54.Marquette Alexander 325 1999 2000 Hawaii
 Shaquille Hines 325 2013 2015 Texas-Pan American
56.Kevin Bell 321 2005 2008 Fresno State
 Andre Miller 321 1996 1999 Utah
58.Chris Oakes 316 2006 2010 San Jose State
59.Jason Parker 315 2001 2004 Tulsa
60.Troy Gillenwater 314 2009 2011 New Mexico State
 William Smith 314 1998 2000 Texas-El Paso
62.Mike Wilks 309 1998 2001 Rice
63.Ryan Carroll 305 1998 2001 Texas Christian
64.Kenny Thomas 303 1996 1999 New Mexico
65.Kurt Cunningham 301 2006 2010 Boise State
66.Roderick Flemings 299 2006 2010 Hawaii
67.Antonio Meeking 296 2000 2003 Louisiana Tech
 Tyrone Nelson 296 2004 2007 New Mexico State
69.Hanno Mottola 294 1997 2000 Utah
70.Hernst Laroche 293 2009 2012 New Mexico State
 Ike Okoye 293 2006 2010 Boise State
72.Mustafa Al-Sayyad 291 2001 2005 Fresno State
 Kyle Gibson 291 2007 2010 Louisiana Tech
74.Troy Ostler 290 2000 2001 Hawaii
75.Larry Abney 289 1998 2000 Fresno State
 Bryan Defares 289 2001 2004 Boise State
77.Brandon Fields 288 2007 2010 Nevada
 Vander Joaquim 288 2011 2013 Hawaii
79.Greg Smith 287 2010 2011 Fresno State
 Darnell Williams 287 2000 2001 San Jose State
81.Brandon Kurtz 286 1999 2000 Tulsa
82.Noel Felix 284 2000 2003 Fresno State
83.Aaron Haynes 283 2003 2004 Boise State
84.Ramon Sessions 281 2005 2007 Nevada
85.Predrag Savovic 278 1998 2002 Hawaii
86.Raheem Appleby 277 2012 2015 Louisiana Tech
 Derrick Davenport 277 2000 2001 Texas Christian
88.Jermaine Blackburn 275 2004 2005 Boise State
89.Stephen DuCharme 272 2007 2008 Utah State
 Tyrone Watson 272 2010 2013 New Mexico State
91.Jonathan Gibson 271 2007 2010 New Mexico State
 Joston Thomas 271 2011 2012 Hawaii
93.Marquin Chandler 269 2004 2005 San Jose State
 Terrance Roberson 269 1997 2000 Fresno State
95.Haim Shimonovich 268 2001 2004 Hawaii
96.Wil Carter 266 2011 2012 San Jose State
97.La'Shard Anderson 265 2009 2011 Boise State
 Ahmet Gueye 265 2006 2007 Hawaii
 Lamont Long 265 1998 2000 New Mexico
100.Sim Bhullar 264 2013 2014 New Mexico State
101.Carl English 262 2000 2003 Hawaii
102.Sylvester Seay 259 2006 2010 Fresno State
103.Martez Harrison 255 2014 2015 Missouri-Kansas City
104.Sean Paul 249 2001 2004 Nevada
105.Daequon Montreal 248 2010 2011 Boise State
106.Charlie Davis 247 2000 2003 Tulsa
107.Menelik Barbary 245 2006 2007 San Jose State
 Matt Gibson 245 2005 2008 Hawaii
109.Dante Swanson 243 2000 2003 Tulsa
110.Justin Isham 242 2002 2005 Southern Methodist
 Brockeith Pane 242 2008 2012 Utah State
112.Marcus Hill 241 1998 2001 Tulsa
113.Aly Ahmed 239 2014 2015 Cal State Bakersfield
 Bandja Sy 239 2010 2013 New Mexico State
 Jason Williams 239 2004 2006 Texas-El Paso
116.Mitch Bruneel 237 2012 2015 Utah Valley
117.Olek Czyz 236 2009 2012 Nevada
118.Sharif Fajardo 234 1998 1999 Texas-El Paso
 Marvin Jefferson 234 2009 2010 Idaho
 Coby Karl 234 2004 2007 Boise State
 Ugo Udezue 234 1998 2002 Wyoming
122.Alex Bougaieff 233 1998 2000 Rice
 Mac Hopson 233 2007 2010 Idaho
124.Clarke Rosenberg 228 2012 2015 Chicago State
125.Nate Bendall 226 2006 2011 Utah State
 Bryan Hopkins 226 2003 2006 Southern Methodist
 Michael Ruffin 226 1996 1999 Tulsa