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Western Athletic Conference Career Leaders and Records for 3-Point Field Goals

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Leaders and Records: Single SeasonCareerYearly

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Leaders are based on stats from the 1996-97 through 2014-15 seasons.
Stats include all games played.

Since 1996-97

Rank Player 3P From To Last School
1.Jaycee Carroll 290 2005 2008 Utah State
2.Stephen Woods 273 1997 2000 Southern Methodist
3.Terrance Roberson 271 1997 2000 Fresno State
4.Coby Karl 266 2004 2007 Boise State
5.Jonathan Gibson 259 2007 2010 New Mexico State
6.Dante Swanson 250 2000 2003 Tulsa
7.Marcus Hill 240 1998 2001 Tulsa
8.Ryan Carroll 233 1998 2001 Texas Christian
9.Connor Hill 232 2012 2015 Idaho
10.Isiah Umipig 229 2011 2015 Seattle
11.Marcelus Kemp 227 2004 2008 Nevada
12.Demetrius Porter 225 1998 2001 Fresno State
13.Kyle Gibson 217 2007 2010 Louisiana Tech
14.Ja'Vance Coleman 211 2005 2007 Fresno State
 Paul Noonan 211 2008 2011 Boise State
16.Bryan Hopkins 204 2003 2006 Southern Methodist
17.Eddie Miller 200 2007 2008 Fresno State
18.Eric Lane 199 2004 2007 Boise State
19.Tyler Newbold 194 2008 2011 Utah State
20.Damon Jackson 191 2001 2003 Fresno State
21.Clayton Shields 186 1997 1998 New Mexico
22.Zane Johnson 180 2008 2012 Hawaii
23.Predrag Savovic 178 1998 2002 Hawaii
24.Malcom Johnson 177 1997 1998 Texas Christian
25.Greg Harrington 174 1999 2002 Tulsa
26.Brock Gillespie 171 2002 2005 Rice
27.Hector Hernandez 170 2005 2008 Fresno State
 Quinton Ross 170 2000 2003 Southern Methodist
 Malik Story 170 2009 2013 Nevada
30.Chris Herren 166 1995 1999 Fresno State
31.Travis Demanby 163 2000 2003 Fresno State
 Terrance Green 163 2000 2003 Nevada
 Jason Parker 163 2001 2004 Tulsa
34.Carl English 162 2000 2003 Hawaii
35.Jarell Flora 161 2012 2015 Seattle
36.Mike McIntyre 159 1999 2002 Hawaii
37.Jahmar Young 156 2008 2010 New Mexico State
38.Robert Johnson 155 1997 1999 Rice
39.Tim Pierce 153 2005 2009 San Jose State
40.Kevin Olekaibe 152 2011 2014 Fresno State
41.Kevin Henry 146 1998 2000 New Mexico
42.Javonte Maynor 145 2011 2015 Cal State Bakersfield
43.Brandon Fields 144 2007 2010 Nevada
 Omar-Seli Mance 144 1999 2003 Rice
45.Deremy Geiger 143 2009 2012 Idaho
 Michael Kuebler 143 2003 2004 Hawaii
 Preston Medlin 143 2010 2014 Utah State
48.Bobby Nash 142 2004 2008 Hawaii
 John Sivesind 142 1997 2001 Colorado State
50.Adrian Oliver 138 2007 2011 San Jose State
 Anthony Thomas 138 2007 2010 Boise State
52.Kenyon McNeaill 136 2011 2014 Louisiana Tech
 Jason Richey 136 1997 1998 San Diego State
54.Jamel Guyton 135 2009 2010 Louisiana Tech
 Stephen Madison 135 2011 2014 Idaho
56.Jeryl Sasser 133 1998 2001 Southern Methodist
57.Chris Craig 130 2003 2004 Texas-El Paso
58.Matt Gibson 129 2005 2008 Hawaii
 Brian Green 129 2010 2011 Utah State
 Tyler Tiedeman 129 2006 2008 Boise State
61.Jared Quayle 128 2009 2010 Utah State
62.Elijah Ingram 127 2003 2007 New Mexico State
 Todd Okeson 127 2003 2004 Nevada
 Alika Smith 127 1997 1998 Hawaii
65.Bryan Christiansen 126 1997 1998 Colorado State
 Cordarius Johnson 126 2011 2014 Louisiana Tech
67.Robert Owens 125 2009 2010 San Jose State
68.Tony Heard 123 1999 2000 Tulsa
 Michael Quinney 123 1998 1999 San Jose State
70.Paul George 122 2009 2010 Fresno State
 Jeff Ledbetter 122 2010 2011 Idaho
72.James Kinney 120 2012 2013 San Jose State
73.Rico Nelson 119 1997 2000 Texas-El Paso
 Shawn Tyndell 119 1998 2002 Rice
75.Royce Olney 118 1997 1998 New Mexico
76.Jameel Mahmud 117 1997 1998 Colorado State
 Rod Thompson 117 1997 1998 Tulsa
 Pooh Williams 117 2008 2011 Utah State
79.Nick Fazekas 116 2004 2007 Nevada
80.Kyle Shiloh 115 2004 2007 Nevada
81.Matt Bauscher 114 2006 2008 Boise State
 Prince Fowler 114 1997 1999 Texas Christian
83.Franco Harris 112 2004 2005 Boise State
 Hernst Laroche 112 2009 2012 New Mexico State
 Durrall Peterson 112 2006 2007 Utah State
 Jarmica Reese 112 1997 1998 Air Force
87.Kevin Aronis 111 2013 2014 New Mexico State
 Trevor Morris 111 2007 2009 Idaho
 Antonio Reed 111 2000 2003 Tulsa
90.Jarvis Mullahon 110 1999 2000 Texas-El Paso
91.Courtney Alexander 108 1996 2000 Fresno State
 Mike Jones 108 1997 1998 Texas Christian
 Keith Shamburger 108 2011 2015 San Jose State
94.Luciano de Souza 107 2009 2010 Idaho
 Damon Hancock 107 1999 2002 Southern Methodist
 Bingo Merriex 107 2000 2003 Texas Christian
 Mike Wilks 107 1998 2001 Rice
98.Donell Allick 106 2004 2005 Louisiana Tech
 Billy Landram 106 2000 2001 San Jose State
 Kirk Snyder 106 2002 2004 Nevada
101.Bobby Crawford 103 1997 1998 Rice
102.Donovan Morris 102 2005 2009 Fresno State
 Julian Sensley 102 2004 2006 Hawaii
 Dominick Young 102 1997 1997 Fresno State
105.Deonte Burton 101 2011 2014 Nevada
106.Matt Lojeski 100 2006 2007 Hawaii
 Booker Nabors 100 2001 2004 Boise State
108.Chris Jefferies 98 1999 2002 Fresno State
 Mychal Ladd 98 2009 2013 Fresno State
 Dwight O'Neil 98 2005 2009 Fresno State
 Mac Peterson 98 2008 2010 San Jose State
112.Bradley Mann 97 1997 2000 Wyoming
113.Alex Elam 96 2005 2006 San Jose State
114.Gordo Castillo 95 2008 2010 New Mexico State
 Chad Elsey 95 1998 1999 Southern Methodist
 Frank Williams 95 2014 2015 Missouri-Kansas City
117.Seneca Collins 93 2003 2005 Tulsa
 Brandon Gibson 93 2009 2013 Louisiana Tech
 Tyrone Nesby 93 1997 1998 Nevada-Las Vegas
 Dylan Pope 93 1997 1999 Air Force
121.Raheem Appleby 92 2012 2015 Louisiana Tech
 Robert Arnold 92 2010 2011 Boise State
 Abe Jackson 92 1999 2002 Boise State
 Brett Lilly 92 2000 2004 San Jose State
125.DeAndre Brown 91 2010 2011 Louisiana Tech
 Jason McKrieth 91 2002 2005 Rice
 Bandja Sy 91 2010 2013 New Mexico State