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Three-Point Leaders

Most 3-Point Field Goals

Career 413 Curtis Staples 1995-98
Season 130 Curtis Staples 1997-98
Sr. 130 Curtis Staples 1997-98
Jr. 98 Curtis Staples 1996-97
Soph. 82 Curtis Staples 1995-96
Fr. 103 Curtis Staples 1994-95
Game 9 Curtis Staples vs. UNLV Feb. 12, 1995 & vs. Georgia Tech Feb. 15,1998

Best 3-Point Field Goal Pct.

Career (100 att.) .464 (58-125) Courtney Alexander 1996-97
Season (50 att.) .537 (29-54) Othell Wilson 1982-83
Game 1.000 (5-5) Tim Mullen vs. Duke Feb. 5, 1983
John Crotty vs. Villanova Dec. 7, 1990
Adam Hall vs. Hampton Nov. 25,1998

Most 3-Point FGs Attempted

Career 1079 Curtis Staples 1995-98
Season 333 Curtis Staples 1997-98
Game 17 Curtis Staples vs. No. Carolina Feb. 11, 1998

Most Consecutive 3-point FGs Made
8 by London Perrantes - Feb. 22-March 9, 2014
8 by Harold Deane - Feb. 19-22, 1995
8 by Mustapha Farrakhan vs. Howard Jan. 4, 2011


Career 3-Point Leaders

Player Seasons 3FGs
1. Curtis Staples 1995-98 413
2. Joe Harris 2011-14 263
3. Harold Deane 1994-97 237
4. Sean Singletary 2005-08 222
5. J.R. Reynolds 2004-07 221
6.  Sammy Zeglinski 2008-12 200
7. Malcolm Brogdon 2012-16 185
8. John Crotty 1988-91 179
9. Devin Smith 2003-05 161
10. Adrian Joseph 2005-08 158

Season 3-Point Leaders

Player Season 3FGs
1. Curtis Staples 1997-98 130
2. Curtis Staples 1994-95 103
3. Curtis Staples 1996-97 98
4. Todd Billet 2002-03 94
5. Richard Morgan 1988-89 82
Curtis Staples 1995-96 82
7. Roger Mason, Jr. 2001-02 81
8. Sean Singletary 2006-07 79
9. Malcolm Brogdon 2015-16 78
10. Joe Harris 2012-13 77

Annual 3-Point Leaders

Year Player 3FGs
1982-83 Othell Wilson 29*
1986-87 Richard Morgan 16
1987-88 Richard Morgan 34
1988-89 Richard Morgan 82
1989-90 John Crotty 66
1990-91 John Crotty 46
1991-92 Cory Alexander 44
1992-93 Cory Alexander 64
1993-94 Harold Deane 51
1994-95 Curtis Staples (led ACC) 103
1995-96 Curtis Staples 82
1996-97 Curtis Staples (led ACC) 98
1997-98 Curtis Staples (led ACC) 130
1998-99 Donald Hand 50
1999-00 Donald Hand 51
2000-01 Keith Friel 62
2001-02 Roger Mason, Jr. 81
2002-03 Todd Billet 94
2003-04 Todd Billet 62
2004-05 Devin Smith 63
2005-06 J.R. Reynolds 60
2006-07 Sean Singletary 79
2007-08 Mamadi Diane 60
2008-09 Sammy Zeglinski 33
2009-10 Sammy Zeglinski 61
2010-11 Joe Harris 65
2011-12 Sammy Zeglinski 59
2012-13 Joe Harris 77
2013-14 Joe Harris 72
2014-15 Justin Anderson 47
2015-16 London Perrantes 78

Annual 3-Point Pct. Leaders

Year Player 3FG%
1982-83 Othell Wilson .537
1986-87 Richard Morgan .296
1987-88 Richard Morgan .340
1988-89 Richard Morgan .371
1989-90 Bryant Stith .392
1990-91 John Crotty .338
1991-92 Bryant Stith .368
1992-93 Doug Smith .374
1993-94 Jason Williford .387
1994-95 Curtis Staples .422
1995-96 Harold Deane .344
1996-97 Courtney Alexander (ACC) .444
1997-98 Curtis Staples .390
1998-99 Adam Hall .321
1999-00 Keith Friel .413
2000-01 Roger Mason, Jr. .442
2001-02 Roger Mason, Jr. .367
2002-03 Todd Billet (led ACC) .418
2003-04 J.R. Reynolds .384
2004-05 Devin Smith .354
2005-06 J.R. Reynolds .353
2006-07 Sean Singletary .389
2007-08 Mamadi Diane .414
2008-09 Jamil Tucker .403
2009-10 Jeff Jones .435
2010-11 Joe Harris .417
2011-12 Joe Harris .380
2012-13 Joe Harris .425
2013-14 London Perrantes .437
2014-15 Justin Anderson .452
2015-16 London Perrantes .488

To qualify, a player must have played in at least 75% of the team's games that season and averaged 1.0 3FGM/game
*During the 1982-83 season, the three-point field goal was only used for ACC regular season and ACC Tournament games. (ACC) - ACC Leader

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