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Title: Record Book Through Providence Game
Post by: TallTitan34 on December 17, 2008, 05:15:43 PM
All data is compiled using the Marquette 2009-2010 Media Guide and updated through the Providence game on February 6, 2010.

All-Time Leading Scorers
1. 1985 Jerel McNeal 2005-09
2. 1773 George Thompson 1966-69
3. 1749 Dominic James 2005-09
4. 1735 Butch Lee 1974-78
5. 1691 Travis Diener 2001-05
6. 1690 Brian Wardle 1997-01
7. 1688 Tony Smith 1986-90
8. 1673 Wesley Matthews 2005-09
9. 1671 Lazar Hayward 2006-10
10. 1663 Bo Ellis 1973-77
11. 1647 Damon Key 1990-94
12. 1637 Dean Meminger 1968-71
13. 1571 Trevor Powell 1987-91
14. 1567 Steve Novak 2002-06
15. 1504 Don Kojis 1959-61
16. 1479 Bob Wolf 1965-67
17. 1471 Roney Eford 1993-96
18. 1439 Aaron Hutchins 1995-98
19. 1355 Mike Moran 1957-59
20. 1353 Russ Wittberger 1952-55
21. 1347 Cordell Henry 1999-02
22. 1330 Ron Glaser 1961-63
23. 1309 Terry Rand 1954-56
24. 1299 Michael Wilson 1979-82
25. 1282 Tom Flynn 1964-66
26. 1281 Dwyane Wade 2002-03
27. 1278 Jim McIlvaine 1991-94
28. 1234 Anthony Pieper 1994-97
28. 1234 Glenn “Doc” Rivers 1981-83
28. 1234 Earl Tatum 1973-76
31. 1227 Oliver Lee 1978-81
32. 1221 Kerry Trotter 1983-86
33. 1201 Robb Logterman 1991-94
34. 1103 Bernard Toone 1976-79
35. 1049 Scott Merritt 2001-04
36. 1048 Chris Crawford 1994-97
37. 1042 Rube Schulz 1952-55
38. 1040 Ron Curry 1991-93
39. 1027 Dwayne Johnson 1982-84
39. 1027 Tony Miller 1992-95
41. 1026 Lloyd Walton 1974-76



All-Time Rebounds
1. 1222 Don Kojis 1958-61
2. 1085 Bo Ellis 1973-77
3. 978 Terry Rand 1953-56
4. 938 Walt Mangham 1957-60
5. 834 Lazar Hayward 2006-10
6. 771 Tom Flynn 1963-66
7. 768 Paul Carbins 1964-67
8. 765 Trevor Powell 1987-91
9. 753 John Glaser 1955-58
10. 739 Damon Key 1990-94
11. 700 Amal McCaskill 1991-92, 93-96
12. 697 Ronny Eford 1992-96
13. 688 George Thompson 1966-69
14. 687 Scott Merritt 2000-04
15. 680 Jerome Whitehead
16. 673 Jim McIlvaine 1990-94
17. 670  Mike Moran  
18. 648 Dave Erickson
19. 643 Maurice Lucas  
20. 628 Wesley Matthews 2005-09
21. 612 Marc Marotta  
22. 608 Jerel McNeal 2005-09  
23. 607 Joe Thomas
24. 598 Rube Schulz        
25. 597 Ron Curry



All-Time Games Played
1. 130 Jerel McNeal 2005-09
2. 129 Dominic James 2005-09
3. 127 Lazar Hayward 2006-10
3. 127 Wesley Matthews 2005-09
3. 127 Ousmane Barro 2004-08
6. 126 Steve Novak 2002-06
6. 126 Joe Chapman 2002-06
6. 126 Scott Merritt 2000-04
9. 125 Roney Eford 1992-96
10. 124 Dwight Burke 2005-09
11. 123 Tony Miller 1991-95
12. 122 Aaron Hutchins 1994-98
12. 122 Faisal Abraham 1993-97
12. 122 Anthony Pieper 1993-97
12. 122 Mandy Johnson 1981-85
16. 120 Travis Diener 2001-05
16. 120 Cordell Henry 1998-02
16. 120 Tom Copa 1983-87
16. 120 Marc Marotta 1980-84
20. 119 Robb Logterman 1990-94
20. 119 Michael Wilson 1978-82
20. 119 Bo Ellis 1973-77



All-Time Field Goals Made
1. 726 Jerel McNeal 2005-09
2. 674 Bo Ellis 1973-77
3. 666 Butch Lee 1974-78
4. 656 George Thompson 1966-69
5. 627 Damon Key 1990-94
6. 626 Dominic James 2005-09
7. 615 Tony Smith 1987-90
8. 603 Don Kojis 1958-61
9. 602 Lazar Hayward 2006-10
10. 572 Dean Meminger 1968-71
11. 571 Brian Wardle 1997-01
12. 543 Earl Tatum 1972-76
12. 543 Bob Wolf 1964-67



All-Time Field Goals Attempted
1. 1646 Jerel McNeal 2005-09
2. 1536 Dominic James 2005-09
3. 1430 Brian Wardle 1997-01
4. 1403 Butch Lee 1974-78
5. 1400 Don Kojis 1958-61
6. 1383 Bo Ellis 1973-77
7. 1350 George Thompson 1966-69
8. 1320 Lazar Hayward 2006-10
9. 1272 Tom Flynn 1963-66
10. 1252 Roney Eford 1992-96
11. 1234 Dean Meminger 1968-71
12. 1231 Trevor Powell 1987-91



All-Time 3-Point Field Goals Made
1. 354 Steve Novak 2002-06
2. 284 Travis Diener 2001-05
3. 244 Robb Logterman 1990-94
4. 221 Aaron Hutchins 1994-98
5. 216 Mark Anglavar 1987-91
6. 211 Anthony Pieper 1993-97
7. 197 Brian Wardle 1997-01
8. 178 Tony Miller 1991-95
9. 169 Dominic James 2005-09
9. 169 John Cliff 1996-00
10. 164 Jerel McNeal 2005-09
11. 150 Roney Eford 1992-96
XX. 147 Lazar Hayward 2006-10



All-Time 3-Point Field Goals Attempted
1. 768 Steve Novak 2002-06
2. 687 Travis Diener 2001-05
3. 595 Robb Logterman 1990-94
4. 592 Aaron Hutchins 1994-98
5. 581 Dominic James 2005-09
6. 564 Anthony Pieper 1993-97
7. 553 Brian Wardle 1997-01
8. 501 Mark Anglavar 1987-91
9. 486 John Cliff 1996-00
10. 482 Tony Miller 1991-95



All-Time Free Throws Made
1. 549 Wesley Matthews 2005-09
2. 493 Dean Meminger 1968-71
3. 457 George Thompson 1966-69
4. 406 Tony Smith 1986-90
5. 403 Butch Lee 1974-78
6. 393 Bob Wolf 1964-67
7. 390 Rube Schulz 1951-55
8. 385 Travis Diener 2001-05
9. 378 Damon Key 1990-94
10. 369 Jerel McNeal 2005-09
11. 361 Russ Wittberger 1952-55
12. 357 Mike Moran 1956-59
XX. 320 Lazar Hayward 2006-10



All-Time Free Throws Attempted
1. 762 Dean Meminger 1968-71
2. 687 Wesley Matthews 2005-09
3. 674 George Thompson 1966-79
4. 549 Bob Wolf 1964-67
5. 532 Rube Schulz 1951-55
6. 531 Terry Rand 1953-56
7. 529 Dominic James 2005-09
7. 529 Russ Wittberger 1951-55
9. 525 Mike Moran 1956-59
10. 517 Tony Smith 1986-90
11. 501 Jim McIlvaine 1990-94
12. 490 Don Kojis 1958-61



All-Time Free Throw Percentage (min. 200 FTA)
1. 93.1% Steve Novak 2002-06
2. 84.8% Butch Lee 1974-78
3. 83.7% Travis Diener 2001-05
4. 82.6% Brian Brunkhorst 1964-68
5. 82.5% Oliver Lee 1977-81
6. 81.3% Bob Walczak 1951-52, 54-57
7. 81.1% Brad Luchini 1965-68
7. 81.1% Brian Wardle 1997-01
9. 79.9% Wesley Matthews 2005-09
9. 79.9% Robb Logterman 1990-94
11. 78.7% Lloyd Walton 1973-76
XX. 78.1% Lazar Hayward 2006-10



All-Time Steals
1. 287 Jerel McNeal 2005-09
2. 272 Michael Wilson 1978-82
3. 253 Mandy Johnson 1981-85
4. 238 Dominic James 2005-09
4. 203 Glenn Rivers 1980-83
6. 190 Tony Smith 1986-90
7. 188 Michael Sims 1984-88
8. 185 Tony Miller 1991-95
9. 165 Aaron Hutchins 1994-98
10. 158 Travis Diener 2001-05
10. 158 Kerry Trotter 1982-86
12. 155 Wesley Matthews 2005-09



All-Time Assists
1. 956 Tony Miller 1991-95
2. 632 Dominic James 2005-09
3. 617 Travis Diener 2001-05
4. 550 Aaron Hutchins 1994-98
5. 480 Lloyd Walton 1973-76
6. 469 Tony Smith 1986-90
7. 455 Jerel McNeal 2005-09
8. 430 Cordell Henry 1998-02
9. 409 Glenn Rivers 1980-83
10. 408 Michael Sims 1984-88
11. 394 Michael Wilson 1978-82
Title: Re: Record Book
Post by: bilsu on December 20, 2008, 06:07:02 PM
I predict McNeal will pass up Ellis in scoring before James does.
Title: Re: Record Book
Post by: ecompt on December 20, 2008, 06:16:41 PM
I think Jerel will pass DJ just because of the way the offense is structured this year. These lists show effective Travis was -- 284 of 687 (over 40%) on threes,  83.7% from the line -- but I couldn't believe DJ's 3-point percentage (148 of 504). Is he really under 30% for his career?
Title: Re: Record Book
Post by: bma725 on December 20, 2008, 06:46:51 PM
I think Jerel will pass DJ just because of the way the offense is structured this year. These lists show effective Travis was -- 284 of 687 (over 40%) on threes,  83.7% from the line -- but I couldn't believe DJ's 3-point percentage (148 of 504). Is he really under 30% for his career?

Yep.  His best year was last year at 31%.  But two years ago when he had the most attempts of his career he shot 27%.
Title: Re: Record Book
Post by: TallTitan34 on December 23, 2008, 06:18:48 PM
Bump.  Updated through the North Carolina State game on December 22, 2008.
Title: Re: Record Book
Post by: bilsu on December 23, 2008, 09:40:45 PM
Wes has played in 104 games not 94.
Title: Re: Record Book
Post by: TallTitan34 on December 23, 2008, 09:45:39 PM
Wes has played in 104 games not 94.

Corrected.  Thanks.
Title: Re: Record Book
Post by: spartan3186 on December 23, 2008, 10:58:11 PM
A lot of this info can also be found on the wiki. It is also updated through NC State. The "All-Time" leaders all have the current players and their career totals YTD included as well
Title: Re: Record Book
Post by: TallTitan34 on December 29, 2008, 12:08:17 AM
Bump.  Updated through the Presbyterian game on December 28, 2008.
Title: Re: Record Book
Post by: TallTitan34 on January 03, 2009, 12:34:26 AM
Bump.  Updated through the Villanova game on January 1, 2009.
Title: Re: Record Book
Post by: 77ncaachamps on January 04, 2009, 11:24:21 AM
thank you for reminding me how great a pg tony miller was!
Title: Re: Record Book
Post by: romey on January 04, 2009, 12:40:22 PM
Meminger's and Thompson's numbers are incredible for three year players.
Title: Re: Record Book
Post by: TallTitan34 on January 04, 2009, 07:08:20 PM
Meminger's and Thompson's numbers are incredible for three year players.

How about Wade's 1281 points in two years.  Can you imagine if he stayed and improved his game those two remaining years?
Title: Re: Record Book
Post by: cheebs09 on January 04, 2009, 07:24:08 PM
I always thought Wade only left 1 year of eligibilty on the table. I thought the year he had to sit out counted against him since he was a partial qualifier, and it wasn't a red-shirt year.
Title: Re: Record Book
Post by: bs4173 on January 04, 2009, 07:27:37 PM
I always thought Wade only left 1 year of eligibilty on the table. I thought the year he had to sit out counted against him since he was a partial qualifier, and it wasn't a red-shirt year.

Well, even so, with 1,281 points in two years, he easily would've added 500 to knock off Thompson's 1,773
Title: Re: Record Book
Post by: Tom Crean's Tanning Bed on January 04, 2009, 07:38:31 PM
I always thought Wade only left 1 year of eligibilty on the table. I thought the year he had to sit out counted against him since he was a partial qualifier, and it wasn't a red-shirt year.

With the partial qualifier rule as it existed at the time, had Wade stayed for 2003-2004 and graduated on time in 2004, he would have gotten the "redshirt" year back as a full year of additional elgibility for the following season.
Title: Re: Record Book
Post by: TallTitan34 on January 04, 2009, 07:46:31 PM
Bump.  Updated through the Cincinnati game on January 4, 2009.
Title: Re: Record Book
Post by: cheebs09 on January 04, 2009, 08:02:24 PM
With the partial qualifier rule as it existed at the time, had Wade stayed for 2003-2004 and graduated on time in 2004, he would have gotten the "redshirt" year back as a full year of additional elgibility for the following season.

Oh ok thanks, i didn't realize you could get the year back. I wasn't debating the fact that Wade would have had the scoring title even in 3 years because I don't think there was much doubt barring injury, just wondering about how much eligibilty he had left.
Title: Re: Record Book (Through Cincinnati)
Post by: patso on January 04, 2009, 08:34:32 PM
Wade is my favorite athlete ever.  I first read about him in Street and Smith where it said Marquette's best player is on the bench as freshman ineligible and then he started out with that great win in Indiana. If he was not so unselfish our team would have won his first NCAA game against Tulsa.
Title: Re: Record Book (Through Cincinnati)
Post by: sigep80 on January 04, 2009, 11:27:14 PM
Thanks TT - great work!
Title: Re: Record Book
Post by: TallTitan34 on January 14, 2009, 02:17:13 AM
Bump.  Updated through the West Virginia game on January 11, 2009.
Title: Re: Record Book (Through West Virginia)
Post by: gjreda on January 14, 2009, 08:01:46 AM
Thanks TT.  Nice to see after every game.
Title: Re: Record Book (Through West Virginia)
Post by: TallTitan34 on January 15, 2009, 01:54:33 AM
Thanks TT.  Nice to see after every game.

No problem.   Should get fun from here on out as Dom and Jerel are set to pass people pretty quickly the rest of the way on the all time scoring list.
Title: Re: Record Book
Post by: TallTitan34 on January 18, 2009, 01:13:27 AM
Bump.  Updated through the Providence game on January 17, 2009.
Title: Re: Record Book Through Providence (Dom Sets MU Record!)
Post by: Avenue Commons on January 18, 2009, 01:22:34 PM
It's amazing that Wade is #25 and he only played two seasons at Marquette.
Title: Re: Record Book
Post by: Avenue Commons on January 18, 2009, 01:23:41 PM
Corrected.  Thanks.

The 3 seniors played from 2005 to 2009, not 2008.
Title: Re: Record Book Through Providence
Post by: TallTitan34 on January 19, 2009, 12:22:46 AM
Good point.  When I started doing this it was still 2008.  Never thought about updating that!  Thanks!
Title: Re: Record Book
Post by: TallTitan34 on January 27, 2009, 12:50:32 AM
I predict McNeal will pass up Ellis in scoring before James does.

You called it bilsu.
Title: Re: Record Book Through Notre Dame
Post by: baumu on January 27, 2009, 01:03:40 AM
I'm glad Lazar decided to hold out on scoring his 1000th career point so he could do it in front of the home crowd on Saturday!
Title: Re: Record Book
Post by: TallTitan34 on January 31, 2009, 05:37:35 PM
Bump.  Updated through the Georgetown game on January 31, 2009.
Title: Re: Record Book Through Georgetown
Post by: New Era Warriors on February 04, 2009, 04:50:40 PM
update through depaul game?
Title: Re: Record Book Through Georgetown
Post by: spartan3186 on February 04, 2009, 07:48:13 PM
Its updated on the wiki

http://wiki.muscoop.com/doku.php/men_s_basketball/start

Under All-Time Leaders

Each one has the All-Time leaders as well as all of the Current players and their Career-to-date Statistics
Title: Re: Record Book
Post by: TallTitan34 on February 09, 2009, 08:03:37 PM
Bump.  Updated through the South Florida game on January 9, 2009.
Title: Re: Record Book
Post by: TallTitan34 on February 17, 2009, 12:51:31 AM
Bump.  Updated through the Saint John's game  on February 14, 2009.

Look for some more records to fall these next few games.
Title: Re: Record Book
Post by: TallTitan34 on February 19, 2009, 09:14:54 PM
Bump.  Updated through the Seton Hall game on February 17, 2009.
Title: Re: Record Book
Post by: TallTitan34 on February 21, 2009, 11:54:04 PM
Bump.  Updated through the Georgetown game on February 21, 2009.
Title: Re: Record Book Through Georgetown
Post by: Marquette06 on February 25, 2009, 08:44:51 PM
so DJ broke the all times games played and now he's out.  as much heart as he had for Marquette I feel so bad for him right now.
Title: Re: Record Book Through Connecticut
Post by: romey on February 28, 2009, 11:23:32 AM
Too bad Dom won't finish his career as the number two scorer right behind his running buddy Jerel.  Winning at least one BEast tourney game or one NCAA tourney game will put Jerel ahead of DOM for all time games played.
Title: Re: Record Book Through Connecticut
Post by: TallTitan34 on February 28, 2009, 02:47:59 PM
Each of the three amigos had a period of time when they were out.  Wes was injured for the beginning of Big East play their freshman year.  Jerel injured his hand for the BET and NCAA tournament their sophomore year.  And Dom this year.  Last season was the first year they were all healthy.
Title: Re: Record Book
Post by: TallTitan34 on March 01, 2009, 01:55:56 PM
Bump.  Updated through the Louisville game on March 1, 2009.
Title: Re: Record Book
Post by: TallTitan34 on March 04, 2009, 09:58:39 PM
Bump.  Updated through the Pittsburgh game on March 4, 2009.
Title: Re: Record Book
Post by: TallTitan34 on March 19, 2009, 06:09:34 PM
Bump.  Updated through the Villanova game on March 12, 2009.
Title: Re: Record Book
Post by: TallTitan34 on March 25, 2009, 11:22:31 PM
Bump.  Updated through the Missouri game on March 22, 2009.

Awesome that the three amigos finished 1, 2, and 3 in games played.
Title: Re: Record Book Through 2008-2009 Season
Post by: 77ncaachamps on March 26, 2009, 09:54:12 PM
Unbelievable.

Wes just needed to be unleashed earlier!

He might have joined DJ as the 1-2-3 in MU history...if DJ didn't get injured.
Title: Re: Record Book
Post by: muwarrior69 on April 15, 2009, 03:59:21 PM
Meminger's and Thompson's numbers are incredible for three year players.


What is even more amazing these guys are not even listed for most games played. Buy the way who is MU's all- time points/game leader.
Title: Re: Record Book Through Providence Game
Post by: TallTitan34 on February 06, 2010, 07:20:15 PM
Bumped for recognition of Lazar.
Title: Re: Record Book Through Providence Game
Post by: Brewtown Andy on February 06, 2010, 07:56:02 PM
Bumped for recognition of Lazar.

I had no idea he was so close to the games played number.
Title: Re: Record Book Through Providence Game
Post by: 77ncaachamps on February 06, 2010, 08:05:33 PM
Yeah...I just posted a separate thread about how far (close) behind he is to the next 5 leaders.

He'll overtake them in a matter of three-four games if his average holds up.

I think he'll easily finish #2...knock on wood.

Title: Re: Record Book Through Providence Game
Post by: TallTitan34 on February 06, 2010, 08:44:21 PM
I think he'll easily finish #2...knock on wood.

Yeah people seem to get injured when approaching George Thompson's mark.