Year-by-Year Leaders and Records for Field Goal Percentage

Minimum 50 field goal attempts.
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Leaders

  • Since 1956
  • Minimum 1 field goal attempt per school game.
Leaders Table
Year Player FG% School
2016Gary Wunderlich95.65Mississippi
2015Garrett Schwettman*93.75Western Kentucky
2014Brad Craddock*94.74Maryland
2014Matthew McCrane*94.74Kansas State
2013Nate Freese*100.00Boston College
2012Austin Lopez*100.00San Jose State
2012Cairo Santos100.00Tulane
2011Brett Baer*90.00Louisiana-Lafayette
2010Chris Hazley*95.45Virginia Tech
2009Grant Ressel*96.30Missouri
2008Graham Gano*92.31Florida State
2008Jason Smith*92.31Colorado State
2007Alex Steigerwald100.00Toledo
2006Garrett Hartley*95.00Oklahoma
2005Chris Manfredini*100.00Texas Christian
2005Jason Robbins*100.00Toledo
2004Todd Pegram*92.31Texas A&M
2003Nate Kaeding*95.24Iowa
2002Jared Parseghian100.00Miami (OH)
2001Vladimir Borombozin94.44New Mexico
2000Nick Calaycay93.75Boise State
1999Jackson Whiting100.00Air Force
1998Danny Deskevich100.00North Carolina State
1998Ryan White100.00Memphis
1997Martin Gramatica95.00Kansas State
1996Jeff Caldwell100.00Arkansas State
1996Marc Primanti100.00North Carolina State
1995Sam Valenzisi*93.75Northwestern
1994Mike Shafer100.00Louisiana-Lafayette
1993John Becksvoort92.31Tennessee
1992Joe Allison95.83Memphis
1991Eric Lange84.21Tulsa
1990Dave Behrmann90.91Wake Forest
1989David Browndyke100.00Louisiana State
1988Cary Blanchard91.67Oklahoma State
1987Scott Lieber93.33Utah
1986Gary Coston87.50Arizona
1985Chris O'Brien94.44San Diego State
1984Donald Igwebuike94.12Clemson
1983John Ward93.75Texas
1982Chuck Nelson96.15Washington
1981Gary Anderson94.74Syracuse
1980Dave Cody83.33Harvard
1980Lee Wimbish83.33Virginia Military Institute
1979John Spengler92.86Bowling Green State
1978Mike Conway93.33Louisiana State
1977Berj Yepremian80.00Florida
1976Brian Hall*76.19Texas Tech

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