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Single Season 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.

Since 1997-98

Rank Player 3P Season School
1.Stephen Curry 162 2007-08 Davidson
2.Akeem Richmond 155 2013-14 East Carolina
3.Travis Bader 147 2013-14 Oakland
 David Holston 147 2008-09 Chicago State
5.Rob McKiver 145 2007-08 Houston
6.Robert Vaden 142 2007-08 Alabama-Birmingham
7.Kevin Foster 140 2010-11 Santa Clara
 Terrence Woods 140 2003-04 Florida A&M
9.Travis Bader 139 2012-13 Oakland
 J.J. Redick 139 2005-06 Duke
 Terrence Woods 139 2002-03 Florida A&M
12.Marshall Henderson 138 2012-13 Mississippi
13.Will Whittington 137 2006-07 Marist
 Demon Brown 137 2002-03 Charlotte
15.Josh Akognon 136 2008-09 Cal State Fullerton
 Rashad Phillips 136 2000-01 Detroit Mercy
17.Erik Kangas 135 2008-09 Oakland
 Stephen McDowell 135 2008-09 Chattanooga
 Garrison Carr 135 2007-08 American
 Pat Carroll 135 2004-05 Saint Joseph's
21.John Jenkins 134 2011-12 Vanderbilt
 Shan Foster 134 2007-08 Vanderbilt
23.Jay Williams 132 2000-01 Duke
24.Andrew Goudelock 131 2010-11 College of Charleston
25.Stephen Curry 130 2008-09 Davidson
 David Holston 130 2007-08 Chicago State
 Curtis Staples 130 1997-98 Virginia
28.Marshall Henderson 129 2013-14 Mississippi
 Kyle Korver 129 2002-03 Creighton
30.Leemire Goldwire 128 2007-08 Charlotte
31.Jack Leasure 125 2005-06 Coastal Carolina
32.Troy Daniels 124 2012-13 Virginia Commonwealth
 Travis Bader 124 2011-12 Oakland
 Jimmer Fredette 124 2010-11 Brigham Young
 Kyle McAlarney 124 2008-09 Notre Dame
 Lester Hudson 124 2007-08 Tennessee-Martin
 Stephen Sir 124 2006-07 Northern Arizona
 Shane Battier 124 2000-01 Duke
39.Donald Sims 123 2009-10 Appalachian State
 Darnell Harris 123 2007-08 La Salle
41.Tristan Blackwood 122 2006-07 Central Connecticut State
 Stephen Curry 122 2006-07 Davidson
 Taquan Dean 122 2004-05 Louisville
44.Steve Novak 121 2005-06 Marquette
 J.J. Redick 121 2004-05 Duke
46.Kevin Foster 120 2012-13 Santa Clara
 Omar Strong 120 2012-13 Texas Southern
 A.J. Abrams 120 2006-07 Texas
 Robert Merritt 120 2005-06 Samford
 Salim Stoudamire 120 2004-05 Arizona
51.Karvel Anderson 119 2013-14 Robert Morris
 Austin Kenon 119 2008-09 Virginia Military Institute
53.Michael Frazier 118 2013-14 Florida
 Brady Heslip 118 2013-14 Baylor
 Reggie Hamilton 118 2011-12 Oakland
 Jimmy Baron 118 2008-09 Rhode Island
 A.J. Abrams 118 2007-08 Texas
 Jeremy Crouch 118 2007-08 Bradley
 Chris Lofton 118 2007-08 Tennessee
 Keddric Mays 118 2006-07 Chattanooga
 Andre Collins 118 2005-06 Loyola (MD)
 Michael Watson 118 2002-03 Missouri-Kansas City
 Clarence Gilbert 118 2001-02 Missouri
64.Jodie Meeks 117 2008-09 Kentucky
 Frank Young 117 2006-07 West Virginia
 Jamel Bradley 117 2001-02 South Carolina
 Dan Dickau 117 2001-02 Gonzaga
68.Parker Smith 116 2012-13 North Florida
 Keaton Cole 116 2011-12 Western Carolina
 Jon Diebler 116 2009-10 Ohio State
 LaceDarius Dunn 116 2009-10 Baylor
 Josh Akognon 116 2007-08 Cal State Fullerton
 Rob McKiver 116 2006-07 Houston
 Quincy Douby 116 2005-06 Rutgers
 Luther Head 116 2004-05 Illinois
 T.J. Sorrentine 116 2004-05 Vermont
 Charles Jones 116 1997-98 Long Island University
78.Glenn Cosey 115 2013-14 Eastern Kentucky
 Rotnei Clarke 115 2012-13 Butler
 Steven Rush 115 2006-07 North Carolina A&T
81.Jon Diebler 114 2010-11 Ohio State
 Garrison Carr 114 2008-09 American
 Jaycee Carroll 114 2007-08 Utah State
 Drew Neitzel 114 2006-07 Michigan State
 Chris Lofton 114 2005-06 Tennessee
 Brendan Plavich 114 2004-05 Charlotte
 Brian Merriweather 114 1999-00 Texas-Pan American
88.Eddie Miller 113 2007-08 Fresno State
 Lee Humphrey 113 2006-07 Florida
 Bruce Horan 113 2005-06 Butler
 Lee Humphrey 113 2005-06 Florida
92.Sean Armand 112 2012-13 Iona
 Robert Vaden 112 2008-09 Alabama-Birmingham
 Keydren Clark 112 2003-04 Saint Peter's
 Josh Heard 112 1999-00 Tennessee Tech
 Trajan Langdon 112 1998-99 Duke
97.Chris Warren 111 2009-10 Mississippi
 Jack Leasure 111 2007-08 Coastal Carolina
 Kareem Rush 111 2001-02 Missouri
100.Ethan Wragge 110 2013-14 Creighton
 Kenny Boynton 110 2011-12 Florida
 Zach Filzen 110 2010-11 Buffalo
 Jacob Pullen 110 2009-10 Kansas State
 Jon Scheyer 110 2009-10 Duke
 Craig Moore 110 2008-09 Northwestern
 Tajuan Porter 110 2006-07 Oregon
 Tim Pickett 110 2003-04 Florida State
 Jeff Boschee 110 2001-02 Kansas
 Jobey Thomas 110 2001-02 Charlotte
 Brian Merriweather 110 1998-99 Texas-Pan American