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Friday, February 17, 2006

Updated Stats through Georgetown

Congrats to Steve Novak for becoming the all-time leader for 3PM in a season (92). Steve passed Travis Diener with Travis looking on in the front row during the Georgetown game. Two other stats of note:

* Dominic James vaulted from 4th to 2nd place all-time for freshman points (386).
* Steve Novak shot his way past Aaron Hutchins for 13th place all-time in career points (1444).

Here's a look at some updated stats:


Novak stats:

Career Points Career 3PM
1. George Thompson 1773
2. Butch Lee 1735
3. Travis Diener 1691
4. Brian Wardle 1690
5. Tony Smith 1688
6. Bo Ellis 1663
7. Damon Key 1647
6. Bo Ellis 1663
7. Damon Key 1647
8. Dean Meminger 1637
9. Trevor Powell 1571
10. Don Kojis 1504
11. Bob Wolf 1479
12. Roney Eford 1471
13. Steve Novak 1444
14. Aaron Hutchins 1439


Career 3PM
1. Steve Novak 325
2. Travis Diener 284


Career 3P%
1. Steve Novak 45.8%
2. Mark Anglavar 43.1%


Career FT%
1. Steve Novak 93.1%
2. Butch Lee 84.8%


3P% in a season
1. Mark Anglavar 53.5%
2. Steve Novak (03-04) 50.5%
3. Mark Anglavar 47.4%
4. Tony Miller 46.9%
5. Steve Novak 46.1% (04-05)
6. Steve Novak 45.8% (05-06)
7. Travis Diener 45.0%


3PM in a season
1. Steve Novak 92 (05-06)
2. Travis Diener 90
3. Steve Novak 89 (03-04)
3. Steve Novak 89 (04-05)


Senior 3PM
1. Steve Novak 92
2. Robb Logterman 75


Senior 3P%
1. Mark Anglavar 47.4%
2. David Diggs 46.0%
3. Steve Novak 45.8%
4. Robb Logterman 44.6%


Freshmen stats:

Freshman points
1. Doc Rivers 434
2. Dominic James 386
3. Damon Key 383
4. Bo Ellis 378
5. Trevor Powell 322
6. Brian Wardle 319
7. Trevor Powell 311
8. Roney Eford 307
9. Russ Wittberger 299
10. Jerel McNeal 283
11. Dameon Mason 279


Freshman scoring avg
1. Dominic James 15.4 ppg
2. Doc Rivers 14.0
3. Damon Key 13.2
4. Bo Ellis 12.2
5. Russ Wittberger 12.0
6. Trevor Powell 11.9
7. Jerel McNeal 11.4
8. Roney Eford 11.0



Freshman FGM
1. Doc Rivers 182
2. Bo Ellis 167
3. Damon Key 151
4. Dominic James 143
5. Trevor Powell 139
6. Russ Wittberger 122
7. Terrell Schlundt 115
8. Jerel McNeal 112
9. Brian Wardle 109


Freshman FG%
1. Doc Rivers 55.3%
2. Bo Ellis 53.5%
3. Trevor Powell 52.7%
4. Damon Key 51.4%
5. Dwayne Johnson 50.5%
6. Tom Copa 50.2%
7. Roney Eford 45.6%
8. Dominic James 45.5%
9. Jerel McNeal 45.2%
10. Dameon Mason 44.0%



Freshman 3PM
1. Travis Diener 57
2. Steve Novak 55
3. Robb Logterman 54
4. Brian Wardle 46
5. Mark Anglavar 43
6. Dominic James 36
7. Anthony Pieper 30


Freshman FT%
1. Wesley Matthews 81.8%*
2. Damon Key 81.6%
3. Roney Eford 79.5%
4. Brian Wardle 77.5%
5. Tony Smith 75.3%
6. Jerel McNeal 73.4%
7. Dameon Mason 71.0%
8. Shannon Smith 70.0%
9. Tom Copa 65.1%
10. Dominic James 64.0%
* Wesley is still short on the attempts needed to qualify for this statistic.



Freshman FTM
1. Damon Key 80
2. Dameon Mason 76
3. Doc Rivers 70
4. Dominic James 64
5. Roney Eford 62
6. Tony Smith 61
7. Shannon Smith 56
8. Brian Wardle 55
8. Jim McIlvaine 55
8. Russ Wittberger 55
11. Tom Copa 54
* Jerel McNeal 47
* Wesley Matthews 45


Freshman Assists
1. Tony Miller 221
2. Dominic James 134
3. Doc Rivers 112
4. Cordell Henry 93
5. Robb Logterman 89
6. Travis Diener 86
7. Mark Anglavar 79
8. Jerel McNeal 72
9. Michael Wilson 69
10. Mandy Johnson 64



Freshman Blocks
1. Jim McIlvaine 92
2. Trevor Powell 29
2. Tom Copa 29
4. Scott Merritt 25
5. Charles Luter 19
6. Oluoma Nnamaka 15
6. Tony Reeder 15
8. Rod Grosse 14
9. Jerel McNeal 13
9. Brian Wardle 13



Freshman Steals
1. Doc Rivers 61
2. Jerel McNeal 55
3. Dominic James 41
4. Tony Miller 40
4. Tony Smith 40
6. Travis Diener 39
7. Mark Anglavar 37
8. Kerry Trotter 33
9. Michael Sims 32
10. Cordell Henry 29
* Wesley Matthews 25


Freshman Rebounding %
1. Bo Ellis 8.5
2. Trevor Powell 6.0
3. Damon Key 5.7
4. Odartey Blankson 5.5
5. Oluoma Nnamaka 4.9
6. Jim McIlvaine 4.7
7. Jerel McNeal 4.6
8. Tom Copa 4.5
8. Dameon Mason 4.5
10. Tony Miller 4.4
11. Dominic James 4.3
12. Wes Matthews 4.2

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

Was Dwyane Wade so good that he's not listed in these categories? His stats are obviously on a lot of those freshman lists. I know he's #1 in FGM, PPG, and FTM.

Anonymous said...

Put Wade in those freshman categories. He's way ahead in PPG, FTM, FGM, and probably on a few more of those lists.

Anonymous said...

Technically, I don't think that Wade played as a freshman because of academics.

NY Warrior said...

Wade was never officially a freshman eligible at Marquette. His first season of eligibility was officially his sophomore season -- he could have recovered that seaon, if he stuck around.