Most Three-Pointers in NCAA Basketball History (Division I)
Here’s a funky list. Actually, many of the all-time college basketball leader lists are…unusual.
They do represent some of the best “pure” college basketball players, namely those players destined to be great only in college.
But most of the best, best college players (and thus NBA-destined players) leave school before finishing all four years. Some (LeBron James and Amar’e Stoudemire, for example) go straight from high school.
What you are left with in the record books are, for the most part, those not good enough to skip to the pros early. These guys stick around all four years – and so accumulate greater numbers.
Such is the case with college basketball’s (Division I) all-time three-pointers list. Only one of the top 20 – Stephen Curry – played less than four years (three) in school.
|2.||David Holston||450||2009||Chicago State|
|3.||Keydren Clark||435||2006||Saint Peter’s|
|7.||Jack Leasure||411||2008||Coastal Carolina|
|11.||Michael Watson||391||2004||Missouri-Kansas City|
|14.||Ronnie Schmitz||378||1993||Missouri-Kansas City|
|17.||Brett Blizzard||371||2003||North Carolina-Wilmington|
|19.||Jaycee Carroll||369||2008||Utah State|