Who are the top ten career scoring leaders in SEC men's basketball?
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Travis Grant played at Kentucky State in the 70s. They were an NCAA school at that time.. Answer . Division One: Pete Maravich, LSU, 3667 points. Division Two: Travis Grant, Kentucky State, 4045 points. Division Three: John Pierce, David Lipscomb College, 4230 points.. Answer . David Lipscom…b College was not an NCAA-recognized school when Pierce played. The all-time NCAA division 3 record is held by Andre Foreman of Salisbury College with 2940 points in 109 games...(27.0 ppg).. Travis Grant's record is an NAIA record as well. Kentucky State and Lipscomb were both NAIA schools during each player's era. While Grant was at KSU, it was, as were other schools, NCAA Division II, but had the option of playing in the NAIA Tournament. Since the Division II Tourney was played on individual courts, much like the NIT, and the NAIA was on a neutral court, they decided to play there and won three consecutive championships while he starred. (MORE)
Answer . Kareem Abdul Jabbar is the all time leader in points scored in a carrer with Karl Malone second all time, but the highest scoring average for a season is Wilt Chamberlain. The all time carreer scoring average record is Michael Jordan with an average of 30.1
1. Pete Maravich (LSU) 3,667 pts.. 2. Freeman Williams (Portland State) 3,249. 3. Lionel Simmons (LaSalle) 3,217. 4. Alphonso Ford (Miss. Valley St.) 3,165. 5. Harry Kelly (Tex. Southern) 3,066. 6. Keydren Clark (St. Peter's) 3,058. 7. Hersey Hawkins (Bradley) 3,008. 8. Oscar Robertson (Cinci…nnati) 2,973. 9. Danny Manning (Kansas) 2,951. 10. Alfredrick Hughes (Loyola, Ill.) 2,914 (MORE)
NCAA Div I Career scoring leader . \n"Pistol" Pete Maravich scored 3,667 career points for LSU. He ended his college career in 1970. In that era, freshman were not allowed to play on the varsity team, so Pete achieved his scoring total in only 3 college seasons. He averaged around 44 points a …game each season for 3 years. And there was no 3 point line back then. (MORE)
\n. \n Answer \n. \n2009 we've got... \n. \n1. Manny Harris of Michigan \n. \n2. Talor Battle of Penn State \n. \n3. Evan Turner of Ohio State \n. \n4. Kevin Coble of North Western \n. \n5. DeShawn Sims of Michigan \n. \n6. Craig Moore of North Western\n. \n7. Kalin Lucas of Michigan S…tate \n. \n8. Jamelle Cornley of Penn State \n. \n9. E'Twaun Moore of Purdue \n. \n10. JaJuan Johnson of Purdue (MORE)
Currently, the list goes like this: . LeBron James . Chris Paul . Kobe Bryant . Dwyane Wade . Dwight Howard . Amare Stoudemire . Chris Bosh . Steve Nash . Kevin Garnett . Kevin Martin
Answer . I believe it is Steve Burtt, Sr and his son Steve, Jr. Both played at Iona.
1968-Pete Maravich, LSU: 43.8 ppg. 1969-Pete Maravich, LSU: 44.2 ppg. 1970-Pete Maravich, LSU: 44.5 ppg. 1954-Frank Selvy, Furman: 41.7 ppg. 1971-Johnny Neumann, Mississippi:40.1 ppg. 1962-Billy McGill, Utah: 38.8 ppg. 1977-Freeman Williams, Portland State: 38.8 ppg. 1968-Calvin Murphy, Niaga…ra: 38.2 ppg. 1970-Austin Carr, Notre Dame: 38.2 ppg. 1971- Austin Carr, Notre Dame: 38.0 ppg. 1991- Kevin Bradshaw, US International: 37.6 ppg. 1965- Rick Barry, Miami (Fla): 37.4 ppg (MORE)
1. Ron Dayne, Wis 7,125 2. Archie Griffin, OSU 5,589 3. Anthony Thompson, Ind 5,299 4. Mike Hart, Mich 5,040 5. Lorenzo White, MSU 4,887
Division 1: George Washington University defeats Saint Louis University 49 - 20 on Jan 11, 2008.
as of March 20, 2009 . 1. Tyler Hansbrough, North Carolina 2789. 2. J. J. Redick, Duke 2769. 3. Dickie Hemric, Wake Forest 2587 . 4. Johnny Dawkins, Duke 2556. 5. Rodney Monroe, N. C. State 2551 . 6. Bryant Stith, Virginia 2516. 7. Christian Laettner, Duke 2460. 8. Mike Gminski, Duke 2323.… 9. Jeff Lamp, Virginia 2317. 10. David Thompson, N. C. State 2309 . http://wiki.answers.com/Q/Who are the top ten ACC men%27s basketball career scoring leaders&action=edit http://wiki.answers.com/Q/Discuss:Who_are_the_top_ten_ACC_men%27s_basketball_career_scoring_leaders http://wiki.answers.com/Q/Who are the top ten ACC men%27s basketball career scoring leaders&action=unwatch&returnto=Who are the top ten ACC men 's_basketball_career_scoring_leaders&isQRelated=1. (MORE)
Total Points: Player, Team (Division)............................ Season Yrs. G FG 3FG FT Pts. Travis Grant, Kentucky St. (II).................... 1972 4 121 1,760 - 525 4,045 Bob Hopkins, Grambling (II)..................... 1956 4 126 1,403 - 953 3,759 Pete Maravich, LSU (I)................….................. 1970 3 83 1,387 - 893 3,667 Dwight Lamar, La.-Lafayette (II & I)....... 1973 4 112 1,445 - 603 3,493 Tony Smith, Pfeiffer (II)................................ 1992 4 126 1,150 431 619 3,350 Earnest Lee, Clark Atlanta (II)................... 1987 4 115 1,270 35 723 3,298 Joe Miller, Alderson-Broaddus (II).......... 1957 4 129 1,082 - 1,130 3,294 John Rinka, Kenyon (II)............................... 1970 4 99 1,261 - 729 3,251 Freeman Williams, Portland St. (I).......... 1978 4 106 1,369 - 511 3,249 Lionel Simmons, La Salle (I)...................... 1990 4 131 1,244 56 673 3,217 Points Per Game: Player, Team (Division)........................ Season Yrs. G FG 3FG FT Pts. Avg. Pete Maravich, LSU (I).......................... 1970 3 83 1,387 - 893 3,667 44.2 Austin Carr, Notre Dame (I)............... 1971 3 74 1,017 - 526 2,560 34.6 Oscar Robertson, Cincinnati (I)....... 1960 3 88 1,052 - 869 2,973 33.8 Travis Grant, Kentucky St. (II)............ 1972 4 121 1,760 - 525 4,045 33.4 Calvin Murphy, Niagara (I)................. 1970 3 77 947 - 654 2,548 33.1 John Rinka, Kenyon (II)....................... 1970 4 99 1,261 - 729 3,251 32.8 Dwain Govan, Bishop (III).................. 1975 2 55 750 - 305 1,805 32.8 Florindo Vieira, Quinnipiac (II)......... 1957 4 69 761 - 741 2,263 32.8 Dwight Lamar, La.-Lafayette (I)....... 1973 2 57 768 - 326 1,862 32.7 Frank Selvy, Furman (I)....................... 1954 3 78 922 - 694 2,538 32.5 (MORE)
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Frank Selvy is the only person to score 100 points in an NCAA Division I game, when he scored exactly 100 for Furman against Newberry College, a Division II school, in a 149-95 rout on February 13, 1954. (41-66 FG, 18-22 FT) . Clarence "Bevo" Francis has the NCAA all-division record of 113 point…s, for Rio Grande College (now the University of Rio Grande) against Hillsdale College, exactly 11 days before Selvy's mark. Francis also holds the NAIA mark of 116 points for Rio against Ashland College on January 19, 1953, but this is not recognized by the NCAA because it did not occur in a game against a four-year institution. . No one else has ever scored 100 points in an NCAA game, let alone against a Division I school. The next-most is 72, by Kevin Bradshaw for US International University (now Alliant International University) in a 186-140 loss to Loyola Marymount University on January 5, 1991.. Division I. Frank Selvy of Furman scored 100 points in a game in 1954 against a division 2 school.. 72 Kevin Bradshaw, U.S. Int'l vs. Loyola Marymount...Jan. 5, 1991. 69 Pete Maravich, LSU vs. Alabama ...Feb. 7, 1970. Division II. 113 Clarence "Bevo" Francis, Rio Grande vs. Hillsdale.. 1954 84 Clarence "Bevo" Francis, Rio Grande vs. Alliance .. 1954 82 Clarence "Bevo" Francis, Rio Grande vs. Bluffton.. 1954. Division III. 77 Jeff Clement, Grinnell vs. Illinois Col..1998 69 Steve Diekmann, Grinnell vs. Simpson .. 1995 (MORE)
There have been six occurrences of a college basketball playerscoring at least 100 points in a game. These were Paul Arizin(100-Villanova), Bevo Francis (116 and 113-Rio Grande College),Frank Selvy (100-Furman) and Jack Taylor (138 and 109-GrinnellCollege).
NCAA division 2 men's basketball has a long history dating back to1957. The 2014 champion was Central Missouri. The last rankings hadMetro State ranked number 1. Kentucky Wesleyan has won the title 5different times.
UCLA (11), Kentucky (7), Indiana (5), North Carolina (4), Duke (3), Kansas (3) then North Carolina State, Florida, Connecticut, Cincinnati, Louisville, Michigan State, Oklahoma State, San Francisco all have (2)
NCAA MEN'S COACHING LEADERS . (not updated) . The top 10 NCAA men's coaches in victories: . Coach School(s). Wins . 1. Bob Knight* Army, Indiana, Texas Tech. 880 . 2. Dean Smith North Carolina. 879 . 3. Adolph Rupp Kentucky. 876 . 4. Don Meyer Hamline, Lipscomb, Northern State. 841 . 5.… Jim Phelan Mount St. Mary's. 830 . 6. Clarence "Big House" Gaines Winston-Salem. 828 . 7. Herb Magee* Philadelphia U.. 822 . 8. Jerry Johnson LeMoyne-Owen. 821 . 9. Eddie Sutton Creighton, Arkansas, Kentucky, Oklahoma State. 798 . 10. Lefty Driesell Davidson, Maryland, James Madison, Georgia State. 786 . Active Source: NCAA 01/02/2007 (MORE)
1. Mike Krzyzewski - Duke - (803-267). 2. Eddie Sutton - San Francisco - (804-327). 3. Lute Olson* - Arizona - (781-280). 4. Jim Calhoun - Connecticut - (773-337). 5. Jim Boeheim - Syracuse - (771-277). 6. Bob Huggins - West Virginia (616-222). Technically, Lute Olson is not currently active. …He has taken a leave of absence but has stated he will return to coach the Wildcats for the 2008-2009 season.. Eddie Sutton - San Francisco - (804-327) . Mike Krzyzewski - Duke - (803-267) . Lute Olson* - Arizona - (781-280) . Jim Calhoun - Connecticut - (773-337) . Jim Boeheim - Syracuse - (771-277) . Bob Huggins - West Virginia - (616-222) . Technically, Lute Olson is not active. He is currently taking a leave-of-absence, but has stated he will return to coach the Wildcats for the 2008-2009 season. (MORE)
1)Wilt Chamberlain 100. 2)Kobe Bryant 81. 3)Wilt Chamberlain 78. 4)Wilt Chamberlain 73. 4)Wilt Chamberlain 73. 4)David Thomson 73. 7)Wilt Chamberlain 72. 8)Elgin Baylor 71. 8)David Robinson 71. 10)Wilt Chamberlain 70
1. Tyler Hansbrough, North Carolina 2872. 2. J. J. Redick, Duke 2769. 3. Dickie Hemric, Wake Forest 2587 . 4. Johnny Dawkins, Duke 2556. 5. Rodney Monroe, N. C. State 2551 . 6. Bryant Stith, Virginia 2516. 7. Christian Laettner, Duke 2460. 8. Mike Gminski, Duke 2323. 9. Jeff Lamp, Virginia… 2317. 10. David Thompson, N. C. State 2309 (MORE)
1.Hakeem Olajuwan 2.Dikembe Mutumbo 3.Kareem Abdul-Jabbar 4.Alonzo Mourning 5.David Robinson 6.Shaquille O'neal 7.Ben Wallace 8.Kevin Garnett 9.Patrick Ewing 10.Michael Jordan
10. Alex English - 25,613 points . 9. John Havlicek - 26,395 points . 8. Dominique Wilkins - 26,669 points 7. Oscar Robertson - 26,710 points . 6. Elvin Hayes - 27,313 points . 5. Moses Malone - 27,409 points . 4. Michael Jordan - 29,277 points . 3. Karl Malone - 30,599 points . 2. Wilt …Chamberlain - 31,419 points . THE TOP NBA SCORER OF ALL TIME. 1. Kareem Abdul-Jabbar - 38,387 points . Number 23 will be here soon though ;) LBJ (MORE)
Through the 2007-08 season, that would be Gordie Howe with 1809 points (786 goals, 1023 assists).
All-Time:. 1) Lisa Leslie. 2) Tina Thompson. 3) Katie Smith. 4) Sheryl Swoopes. 5) Lauren Jackson
Oscar Schmidt of Brazil scored 55 points against Spain in a game at the 1988 Summer Games in Seoul. He had an average that year of 42.3 points per game which is also an Olympic record.
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1. Jerry Rice - 207 Touchdowns (197 Receiving/10 Rushing) . 2. Emmitt Smith - 175 Touchdowns (164 Rushing/11 Receiving) . 3. Marcus Allen - 144 Touchdowns (123 Rushing/21 Receiving) . 4 . Terrell Owens - 136 Touchdowns (134 Receiving/2 Rushing) . 5 . Marshall Faulk - 136 Touchdowns (100 Rushi…ng/36 Receiving) . 6 . Ladainian Tomlinson - 133 Touchdowns (119 Rushing/14 Receiving) . 7 . Cris Carter - 130 Touchdowns (130 Receiving) . 8 . Randy Moss - 127 Touchdowns (126 Receiving/1 Return) . 9 . Jim Brown - 126 Touchdowns (106 Rushing/20 Receiving) . 10 . Walter Payton - 125 Touchdowns (110 Rushing/15 Receiving) . (MORE)
Drew Brees, Purdue (11,792 yards from 1997-2000) . Curtis Painter, Purdue (11,163 yards from 2005-08) . Brett Basanez, Northwestern (10,580 from 2002-05) . Chuck Long, Iowa (10,461 yards from 1981-85) . Mark Herrmann, Purdue (9,946 yard from 1977-80) . Visit fbsstatistics.com for a complete lis…t of all big ten yardage leaders. (MORE)
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JJ aka Gay Gay Reddick is in first right now. I believe that he is a hundred or two up on the next closest guy and Tylers Hansbrough is soon to pass Phil Ford for the 8th spot I think. JJ aka Gay Gay Reddick is in first right now. I believe that he is a hundred or two up on the next closest guy and… Tylers Hansbrough is soon to pass Phil Ford for the 8th spot I think (MORE)
The enitre list of winningest coaches in all divisions can be found here http://fs.ncaa.org/Docs/stats/m_basketball_RB/2010/Coaching.pdf But the winningest Division III coach overall is Glenn Robinson of Franklin and Marshall who just reached career victory number 799 on 2-6-2011.
This is college FOOTBALL you moron. . http://www.basketball.com/menscollege/records/NCAADiv1careerScoreLdrs.shtml. Although the site is a bit behind. Tyler Hansbrough is currently 11th on that list based on the numbers I've found and will most likely add some points to his total in Monday's cha…mpionship game. (MORE)
That would be either Blake Griffith of the University of Oklahoma or Tyler Hansbrough of the University of North Carolina
UCLA has won the NCAA Men's Basketball Championship 11 times: 1964, 1965, 1967, 1968, 1969, 1970, 1971, 1972, 1973, 1975 and 1995.
Kicker Kevin Butler is the Chicago Bears all-time leading scorer with 1,116 points from (1985-95).
The top 6 are:. 1. Michael Jordan 30.12. 2. Wilt Chamberlain 30.07. 3. LeBron James 27.53. 4. Elgin Baylor 27.36. 5. Allen Iverson 27.07. 6. Jerry West 27.03. I included 6 because I'm not sure how long Iverson will be able to hang on to the 5th spot.
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"Pistol" Pete Maravich is the all-time leading NCAA Division I scorer with 3,667 points and an average of 44.2 points per game.
Lynette Woodard is the all-time leading scorer for Division I women's collegiate basketball with 3,649 points. (from the website of the Women's Basketball Hall of Fame - see http://www.wbhof.com/woodard.html)
the top ten players in NBA history are: 1. Michael Jordan 2.LeBron James 3.Wilt Chamberlain 4.Kareem Abdul Jabbar 5.Magic Johnson 6.Larry Bird 7.Dr. J 8.Shaquille O'Neal 9.Dwyane Wade 10.Dwight Howard 11.Kobe Bryant
2010 - Duke 61, Butler 59 2009 - North Carolina 89, Michigan St 72 2008 - Kansas 75, Memphis 68 (OT) 2007 - Florida 84, Ohio St 75 2006 - Florida 73, UCLA 57 2005 - North Carolina 75, Illinois 70 2004 - Connecticut 82, Georgia Tech 73 2003 - Syracuse 81, Kansas 78 2002 - Maryland 64,… Indiana 52 2001 - Duke 82, Arizona 72 (MORE)
NESCAC is the only good one.. Williams college is the best team in the country. They are better than any Ivy.
Poll ranked these ten women the best in high school basketball. 1. Danielle DeGagne 2. Danielle Baril 3. Cheryll Paranaque 4. Ashleigh Chichlowski 5. Siera Bubb 6. Alyssa Grant 7. Tia Coulter 8. Krystal Scouten 9. Stephanie Kleysen 10. Adele Baril
There have been 5 OU Bball players who have scored at least 2000 points in their career.
In the NCAA Division 1 it is Bobby Hurley of Duke who had 1,076 assists in 140 games.
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Starting from number 10 we have: Nigeria With one person from the NBA: Al Farouq Aminu (New Orleans Hornets) They got 10th place in the 2012 London Olympics. In Number 9 we have: Great Britain With two people from the NBA: Luol Deng (Chicago Bulls) and Joel Freeman (Portland Trail Blaze…rs) They got 9th place in the 2012 London Olympics. In Number 8th we have: Australia With one person in the NBA: Patrick Mills (Portland Trail Blazers) They got 7th place in the 2012 London Olympics In Number 7 we have: Lithuania With two people in the NBA and 1 Ex-NBA player: Jonas Valanciunas (Toronto Raptors), Linas Kleiza (Dunno prob in Toronto), Darius Songalia They got 8th place in the 2012 London Olympics. In Number 6 we have: Brazil With 4 people in the NBA: Leandro Barbosa (Indiana Pacers), Nene Hilario (Washington Wizards), Tiago Splitter (San Antonio Spurs), Anderson Varejao (Cleveland Cavaliers) They got 5th place in the 2012 London Olympics. In Number 5 we have: France With 6 people in the NBA: Kevin Seraphin (Washington Wizards), Nicolas Batum (Portland Trail Blazers), Tony Parker (San Antonio Spurs), Nando De Colo (San Antonio Spurs), Boris Diaw (San Antonio Spurs), Ronny Turiaf (Los Angeles Clippers) They got 6th place in the 2012 London Olympics. In Number 4 we have: Russia With 3 players in the NBA: Andrei Kirilenko (Minnesota Timberwolves), Timofey Mozgov (Denver Nuggets), Alexey Shved (Minnesota Timberwolves) They got 3rd in the 2012 London Olympics. (Bronze) In Number 3 we have: Argentina With 4 NBA players and 1 Ex-NBA: Emmanuel Ginobilli (San Antonio Spurs), Luis Scola (Phoenix Suns), Pablo Prigioni (New York Knicks), Carlos Delfino (Milwaukee Bucks), Andres Nocioni (Ex-Sacramento Kings) They got 4th in the 2012 London Olympics. (Lost against Russia trying to fight for 3rd) In Number 2 we have: Spain With 5 players from NBA and 1 Ex-NBA player: Rudy Fernandez (Ex-Portland Trail Blazers), Pau Gasol (Los Angeles Lakers), Marc Gasol (Memphis Grizzles), Serge Ibaka (Oklahoma City Thunders), Jose Calderon (Toronto Raptors), Victor Claver (Portland Trail Blazers) They finished 2nd in the 2012 London Olympics. Lost to USA In Number 1 we have: USA! With EVERY 12 players in NBA: Chris Paul (Clippers), Deron Williams (Nets), Russell Westbrook (Thunders), Kobe Bryant (Lakers), James Harden (Thunders), LeBron James (Heats!), Kevin Durant (Thunders), Andre Igoudala (Nuggets), Carmelo Anthony (Knicks), Anthony Davis NEW! (Kentucky~Hornets), Kevin Love (Timberwolves) Blake Griffin (Inj Clippers), Tyson Chandler (Knicks) THEY WON THE 2012 LONDON OLYMPICS! (MORE)