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Single Season Leaders and Records for Steals

Leaders and Records: Single Season ▪ Career ▪ Yearly

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Leaders are based on stats from the 1997-98 through 2013-14 seasons.

Since 1997-98

Rank Player STL Season School
1.Desmond Cambridge 160 2001-02 Alabama A&M
2.John Linehan 139 2001-02 Providence
3.Obie Trotter 125 2004-05 Alabama A&M
4.Eric Coley 123 1999-00 Tulsa
5.Briante Weber 121 2013-14 Virginia Commonwealth
6.Cedric Jackson 112 2008-09 Cleveland State
7.Travis Holmes 111 2006-07 Virginia Military Institute
8.Michael Carter-Williams 109 2012-13 Syracuse
9.Greedy Daniels 108 2000-01 Texas Christian
10.Marques Green 107 2003-04 St. Bonaventure
 Desmond Cambridge 107 2000-01 Alabama A&M
 Carl Williams 107 1999-00 Liberty
13.Eric Bush 106 2002-03 Alabama-Birmingham
14.Chavis Holmes 105 2008-09 Virginia Military Institute
 Oliver Lafayette 105 2005-06 Houston
 Mire Chatman 105 2001-02 Texas-Pan American
 Marcus Hatten 105 2001-02 St. John's (NY)
18.Devan Downey 103 2007-08 South Carolina
 Senecca Wall 103 2000-01 Sam Houston State
 Tim Winn 103 1999-00 St. Bonaventure
 Shawnta Rogers 103 1998-99 George Washington
 Bonzi Wells 103 1997-98 Ball State
23.Bernard Thompson 102 2012-13 Florida Gulf Coast
 Fuquan Edwin 102 2011-12 Seton Hall
 Kevin Hamilton 102 2005-06 Holy Cross
 Marques Green 102 2001-02 St. Bonaventure
 Speedy Claxton 102 1999-00 Hofstra
 Cookie Belcher 102 1998-99 Nebraska
 James Posey 102 1998-99 Xavier
30.Jackson Emery 101 2010-11 Brigham Young
 James Thues 101 2001-02 Syracuse
 Jason Hart 101 1998-99 Syracuse
 Pepe Sanchez 101 1998-99 Temple
34.Duke Mondy 100 2012-13 Oakland
 Marcus Hatten 100 2002-03 St. John's (NY)
 Willie Coleman 100 1997-98 DePaul
37.Marcus Smart 99 2012-13 Oklahoma State
38.Briante Weber 98 2012-13 Virginia Commonwealth
 Aaron Craft 98 2011-12 Ohio State
 Anthony Nelson 98 2010-11 Niagara
 Fred House 98 1999-00 Southern Utah
 Jamaal Tinsley 98 1999-00 Iowa State
 John Linehan 98 1998-99 Providence
44.David Holston 97 2008-09 Chicago State
 Mario Chalmers 97 2007-08 Kansas
 Chris Gaynor 97 2007-08 Winthrop
 Mario Chalmers 97 2006-07 Kansas
 Damian Owens 97 1997-98 West Virginia
49.Ibrahim Jaaber 96 2005-06 Pennsylvania
 Juan Dixon 96 1999-00 Maryland
 Mike Jones 96 1997-98 Texas Christian
52.Jordan Adams 95 2013-14 UCLA
 Tony Lee 95 2007-08 Robert Morris
 Torey Thomas 95 2006-07 Holy Cross
 Tim Smith 95 2005-06 East Tennessee State
 Jay Heard 95 2002-03 Jacksonville State
 Juan Dixon 95 2000-01 Maryland
 Jarion Childs 95 1999-00 American
 Mike Kelley 95 1999-00 Wisconsin
 Steve Francis 95 1998-99 Maryland
 Jason Rowe 95 1998-99 Loyola (MD)
62.Lester Hudson 94 2007-08 Tennessee-Martin
 Ledell Eackles 94 2006-07 Campbell
 Jamon Gordon 94 2006-07 Virginia Tech
 Bryan Mullins 94 2005-06 Southern Illinois
 Kevin Braswell 94 2000-01 Georgetown
 Jeff Trepagnier 94 1999-00 Southern California
68.Josh Slater 93 2010-11 Lipscomb
 Jay Threatt 93 2010-11 Delaware State
 Aubrey Coleman 93 2009-10 Houston
 D.J. Cooper 93 2009-10 Ohio
 Devin Gibson 93 2007-08 Texas-San Antonio
 Eddie Basden 93 2004-05 Charlotte
 Keydren Clark 93 2004-05 Saint Peter's
 Zakee Wadood 93 2002-03 East Tennessee State
 Fred House 93 2000-01 Southern Utah
 Chuck Eidson 93 1999-00 South Carolina
 Rick Mickens 93 1999-00 Central Connecticut State
 Pepe Sanchez 93 1997-98 Temple
80.Darren Brooks 92 2004-05 Southern Illinois
 Kevin Hamilton 92 2004-05 Holy Cross
 Zakee Wadood 92 2003-04 East Tennessee State
 Juan Dixon 92 2001-02 Maryland
 Nate Green 92 1999-00 Indiana State
85.Kevin Foster 91 2012-13 Santa Clara
 Jared Cunningham 91 2011-12 Oregon State
 C.J. McCollum 91 2011-12 Lehigh
 Devin Gibson 91 2010-11 Texas-San Antonio
 T.J. McConnell 91 2010-11 Duquesne
 Jackson Emery 91 2009-10 Brigham Young
 Tyrone Lewis 91 2008-09 Niagara
 Tywain McKee 91 2008-09 Coppin State
 Brandon Johnson 91 2007-08 Old Dominion
 Hosea Butler 91 2004-05 Mississippi Valley State
 Chakowby Hicks 91 2004-05 Norfolk State
 Marcus Banks 91 2002-03 Nevada-Las Vegas
 Aaron Miles 91 2002-03 Kansas
 Chuck Eidson 91 2001-02 South Carolina
99.Duke Mondy 90 2013-14 Oakland
 Kenneth Smith 90 2013-14 Louisiana Tech
 Peyton Siva 90 2012-13 Louisville
 Brigham Waginger 90 2009-10 Western Carolina
 Toney Douglas 90 2007-08 Florida State
 Paul Gause 90 2006-07 Seton Hall
 Chavis Holmes 90 2006-07 Virginia Military Institute
 Ibrahim Jaaber 90 2006-07 Pennsylvania
 Kevin Braswell 90 1999-00 Georgetown
 Eddie Gill 90 1999-00 Weber State
 Rick Mickens 90 1998-99 Central Connecticut State
 Morris Scott 90 1998-99 Florida A&M
 J.R. Camel 90 1997-98 Montana