TCU MEN'S BASKETBALL 1,000-POINT CLUB


1. DARRELL BROWDER - 1,886 points - 1980-83 - Fort Worth, Texas (Dunbar HS)

- Cited as a first team All-Southwest Conference selection on three occasions (1981, 1982, 1983)
- Started 114 of 117 games during his career where he scored in double figures on 99 occasions
- Averaged 16.1 points, 4.2 rebounds and 3.9 assists per game during his career with the Purple and White
- Averaged double figures in all four seasons, including a career-high 19.4 points per game during the 1980-81 season
- Made 80.7 percent (280-of-347) of his free throw tries, which ranks ninth in the TCU career record books 

YEAR GP FG-M FG-A PCT 3-FGM 3-FGA PCT FT-M FT-A PCT PTS AVG
1979-80 26 125 244 .512 - - - 18 27 .667 268 10.3
1980-81 28 233 499 .467 - - - 78 94 .830 544 19.4
1981-82 29 198 397 .499 - - - 91 116 .784 487 16.8
1982-83 34 247 491 .503 - - - 93 110 .845 587 17.3
Totals 117 803 1,631 .492 - - - 280 347 .807 1,886 16.1
 


2. COREY SANTEE - 1,832 points - 2002-05 - Flint, Mich. (Southwestern Academy)

- Ranks as the program's all-time leader in three-pointers (243) as well as assists (575)
- Cited as a two-time All-Conference USA third team selection (2004, 2005)
- Became the first player in program history to lead the Frogs in assists in four straight seasons
- Selected to the Conference USA All-Freshmen Team following the 2001-02 campaign
- Concluded his career by averaging at least 14.0 points per game in each of his four seasons

YEAR GP FG-M FG-A PCT 3-FGM 3-FGA PCT FT-M FT-A PCT PTS AVG
2001-02 31 165 413 .400 50 162 .309 76 99 .768 456 14.7
2002-03 28 164 377 .435 64 173 .370 64 101 .634 462 16.5
2003-04 29 149 353 .422 53 150 .353 69 94 .734 420 14.5
2004-05 35 180 440 .409 76 215 .353 65 113 .575 501 14.3
Totals 123 658 1,583 .416 243 700 .347 273 395 .691 1,832 14.9

 

3. CARVEN HOLCOMBE - 1,734 points - 1984-87 - Houston, Texas (Jack Yates HS)

- Selected as the consensus Southwest Conference Player of the Year during his senior campaign
- Earned first team All-Southwest Conference laurels in 1987 and second team honors the previous two seasons
- Selected by the Cleveland Cavaliers in the fourth round of the 1987 NBA Draft
- Started in all 115 games during his career, which ranks second in the all-time record books
- Led the Frogs to a pair of Southwest Conference championships (1986, 1987) during his tenure

YEAR GP FG-M FG-A PCT 3-FGM 3-FGA PCT FT-M FT-A PCT PTS AVG
1983-84 26 144 318 .453 - - - 61 87 .701 349 13.4
1984-85 28 199 387 .514 - - - 64 101 .634 462 16.5
1985-86 30 155 322 .481 - - - 71 110 .645 381 12.7
1986-87 31 220 381 .577 2 5 .400 100 165 .606 542 17.5
Totals 115 718 1,408 .510 2 5 .400 296 463 .639 1,734 15.3
 


4. DICK O'NEAL - 1,723 points - 1955-57 - Fort Worth, Texas (Polytechnic HS)

- Became the first player in program history to earn All-American honors on three occasions (1955, 1956, 1957)
- Cited as a three-time All-Southwest Conference selection (1955, 1956, 1957) during his career
- Recorded a career scoring average of 23.9 points per game, which still ranks first in the record books after 50 years
- Connected on 597 free throws (an average of 199 per season), which is a record that still stands today
- Selected by the Boston Celtics in the second round of the 1957 NBA Draft

YEAR GP FG-M FG-A PCT 3-FGM 3-FGA PCT FT-M FT-A PCT PTS AVG
1954-55 24 223 475 .469 - - - 230 314 .732 676 28.2
1955-56 24 185 450 .411 - - - 223 294 .759 593 24.7
1956-57 24 155 385 .403 - - - 144 197 .731 454 18.9
Totals 72 563 1,310 .430 - - - 597 805 .742 1,723 23.9
 


5. REGGIE SMITH - 1,630 points - 1989-92 - San Jose, Calif. (Leland HS)

- Selected as a first team All-Southwest Conference award winner as a junior and senior (1991, 1992)
- Owned four career records in rebounds, blocked shots, consecutive starts and career starts upon graduation
- Garnered 21 double-doubles during his senior campaign and a total of 38 over his four-year career
- Ranks in the top-five in five statistical categories, including points, field goals made and free throws made
- Selected in the second round by the Portland Trailblazers in the 1992 NBA Draft

YEAR GP FG-M FG-A PCT 3-FGM 3-FGA PCT FT-M FT-A PCT PTS AVG
1988-89 30 88 187 .471 0 0 .000 52 98 .531 228 7.6
1989-90 29 115 260 .442 0 0 .000 74 117 .632 304 10.5
1990-91 28 192 377 .509 0 0 .000 106 207 .512 490 17.5
1991-92 34 225 426 .528 0 2 .000 158 257 .615 608 17.9
Totals 121 620 1,250 .496 0 2 .000 390 679 .574 1,630 13.5



6. KURT THOMAS - 1,512 points - 1991-95 - Dallas, Texas (Hillcrest HS)

- Became the third player in NCAA history lead the nation in scoring and rebounding in the same season (1995)
- Cited as a third team All-American by the Associated Press and National Association of Basketball Coaches
- Selected as the 1995 Southwest Conference Player of the Year and Southwest Conference Athlete of the Year
- Earned All-Southwest Conference accolades during his junior and senior campaigns (1994, 1995)
- Selected with the 10th overall pick by the Miami Heat in the 1995 NBA Draft

YEAR GP FG-M FG-A PCT 3-FGM 3-FGA PCT FT-M FT-A PCT PTS AVG
1990-91 28 8 18 .444 0 2 .000 7 14 .500 23 1.9
1991-92 21 58 119 .487 0 0 .000 34 51 .667 150 7.1
1993-94 27 224 440 .509 12 46 .261 98 152 .645 558 20.7
1994-95 27 288 526 .548 3 12 .250 202 283 .714 781 28.9
Totals 103 578 1,103 .524 15 60 .250 341 500 .682 1,512 14.7



7. RYAN CARROLL - 1,508 points - 1998-01 - Longview, Texas (Longview HS)

- Concluded his career ranked second in three-point field goals made (233) and third in three-point field goal attempts (596)
- Averaged 17.5 points per game during his senior campaign for the Frogs, which ranked first on the team
- Became the 19th player in program history to score at least 40 points in a game (Central Oklahoma, 2001)
- Ranked second on the Frogs in points (425) and scoring average (15.2) during his junior season
- Averaged at least 14.0 points per game in each of his final three campaigns with the Frogs

YEAR GP FG-M FG-A PCT 3-FGM 3-FGA PCT FT-M FT-A PCT PTS AVG
1997-98 28 40 77 .519 10 31 .323 18 20 .900 108 3.0
1998-99 31 160 313 .511 71 165 .430 43 72 .597 434 14.0
1999-00 28 156 321 .486 76 191 .398 37 56 .661 425 15.2
2000-01 31 182 393 .463 76 209 .364 101 129 .783 541 17.5
Totals 118 538 1,104 .487 233 596 .391 199 277 .718 1,508 12.8



8. LEE NAILON - 1,503 points - 1998-99 - South Bend, Ind. (Butler County CC)

- Selected as a first team All-American in 1998 after ranking third in the NCAA in scoring average (24.9 ppg)
- Scored a program-record 796 points during the 1997-98 season en route to winning the Western Athletic Conference scoring title
- Became the program's first pre-season first team All-American selection by the Associated Press during the 1998-99 season
- Became the fastest player in program history to reach 1,200 - 1,300 - 1,400 and 1,500-point milestones
- Selected 43rd overall in the second round of the Charlotte Hornets in the 1999 NBA Draft

YEAR GP FG-M FG-A PCT 3-FGM 3-FGA PCT FT-M FT-A PCT PTS AVG
1997-98 32 329 594 .554 1 2 .500 137 184 .745 796 24.9
1998-99 31 266 524 .508 4 15 .267 171 239 .715 707 22.8
Totals 63 595 1,118 .532 5 17 .294 308 423 .728 1,503 23.



9. GARY TURNER - 1,426 points - 1964-66 - Fort Worth, Texas - Paris JC

- Selected as a first team All-Southwest Conference award recipient on two occasions (1965, 1966)
- Recorded 50 double-doubles during his three-year career, including three 20-plus rebounding performances
- Graduated from TCU ranked second in the program's all-time record books in scoring (1,426) and rebounding (887)
- Averaged 19.8 points per game and 12.3 rebounds per game for his career, which both rank in the program's top-10 list
- Picked in the third round by the Boston Celtics in the 1966 NBA Draft, but signed with the ABA's Houston Mavericks

YEAR GP FG-M FG-A PCT 3-FGM 3-FGA PCT FT-M FT-A PCT PTS AVG
1963-64 24 162 397 .408 - - - 127 188 .676 451 18.8
1964-65 24 164 360 .455 - - - 155 199 .779 453 18.9
1965-66 24 196 380 .516 - - - 130 181 .718 522 21.8
Totals 72 522 1,137 .459 - - - 412 568 .725 1,426 19.8



10. MIKE JONES - 1,323 points - 1997-98 - Oklahoma City, Okla. (Northeastern Oklahoma A&M)
- Selected as a first team All-Western Athletic Conference award winner on two occasions (1997, 1998)
- Earned honorable mention All-American laurels by the Associated Press following his senior campaign
- Became the first player in program history to record back-to-back 40-point scoring performances
- Selected as the Western Athletic Conference Defensive Player of the Year following his senior season
- Selected to the Western Athletic Conference All-Newcomer Team and WAC All-Tournament Team as a junior

YEAR GP FG-M FG-A PCT 3-FGM 3-FGA PCT FT-M FT-A PCT PTS AVG
1996-97 35 232 504 .460 46 122 .377 111 141 .787 621 17.7
1997-98 33 263 548 .480 62 164 .378 114 142 .803 702 21.3
Totals 68 495 1,052 .471 108 286 .378 225 283 .795 1,323 19.5



11. BINGO MERRIEX - 1,318 points - 2000-03 - Wichita Falls, Texas (Wichita Falls HS)

- Connected on 217 three-pointers during his career, which ranks fourth in the record books
- Concluded his career as one of five players to be ranked in the top-12 in both scoring and rebounding
- Connected on 55 three-pointers during the 1999-00, which set a TCU freshmen record in that category
- Finished his career with the Frogs ranked 10th on the all-time rebounding list after appearing in 119 games
- Averaged at least 11.5 points over his final three seasons, including a career-high 12.7 points as a junior

YEAR GP FG-M FG-A PCT 3-FGM 3-FGA PCT FT-M FT-A PCT PTS AVG
2000-01 31 126 275 .458 52 142 .366 53 79 .671 357 11.5
2001-02 31 141 307 .459 69 173 .399 42 77 .545 393 12.7
2002-03 27 128 303 .422 41 133 .308 44 84 .524 341 12.6
Totals 119 469 1,068 .439 217 587 .370 163 276 .591 1,318 11.1



12. MALCOLM JOHNSON - 1,272 points - 1997-98 - Lawton, Okla. (Seminole JC)

- Garnered first team All-Western Athletic Conference laurels in his two campaigns (1997, 1998)
- Concluded his career with the Frogs ranked third in steals (137) in the all-time record books
- Averaged 18.7 points and 5.2 rebounds per game en route to guiding the Frogs to a NCAA Tournament during the 1997-98 season
- Started in 34 of 35 games during his senior season and scored 29 points in his only non-start of the season
- Posted 14 outings of 20 or more points in his first season with the Frogs during the 1996-97 campaign

YEAR GP FG-M FG-A PCT 3-FGM 3-FGA PCT FT-M FT-A PCT PTS AVG
1996-97 35 249 569 .483 90 261 .345 68 103 .660 656 18.7
1997-98 33 223 487 .458 87 235 .370 83 106 .783 616 18.7
Totals 68 472 1,056 .447 177 496 .357 151 209 .722 1,272 18.7



13. MARQUISE GAINOUS - 1,228 points - 1999-00 - Orlando, Fla. (Jacksonville CC)

- Selected as a first team All-Western Athletic Conference selection during his senior campaign (2000)
- Averaged 19.5 points per game in 63 career games with the Frogs, including 20.7 points during his last season
- Led the Frogs in scoring average (20.7 ppg) and rebounding (8.3 rpg) during the 1999-00 campaign
- Scored 566 points and averaged 18.3 points per game in his first season with the Frogs
- Tallied a career-high 41 points against UNLV, which was his 14th consecutive double-digit scoring performance

YEAR GP FG-M FG-A PCT 3-FGM 3-FGA PCT FT-M FT-A PCT PTS AVG
1998-99 31 222 382 .581 9 30 .300 113 150 .753 566 18.3
1999-00 32 215 433 .497 12 35 .343 220 261 .843 662 20.7
Totals 63 437 815 .536 21 65 .323 333 411 .810 1,228 19.5



14. KEVIN LANGFORD - 1,227 points - 2007-09 - Fort Worth, Texas (North Crowley HS)

- Garnered All-Mountain West Conference accolades in each of his three seasons with the program (2007, 2008, 2009)
- Started 91 consecutive games during his career where he posted a double-digit scoring performance in 66 of those contests
- Concluded his career ranked second in all-time free throws made (414) and third in free throw attempts (601)
- Finished his tenure with the Frogs ranked sixth in the Mountain West Conference in free throws made (414)
- Became the 15th player in program history to surpass 1,200 points and one of 10 players to accomplish the feat in three seasons

YEAR GP FG-M FG-A PCT 3-FGM 3-FGA PCT FT-M FT-A PCT PTS AVG
2006-07 30 136 294 .463 14 25 .560 111 197 .563 397 13.2
2007-08 30 125 300 .417 8 30 .267 142 195 .728 400 13.3
2008-09 31 129 268 .481 11 27 .407 161 209 .770 430 13.9
Totals 91 390 294 .463 33 82 .402 414 601 .689 1,227 13.5



15. MICHAEL STRICKLAND - 1,219 points - 1989-92 - Chattanooga, Tenn. (Central Florida CC)

- Averaged over 13.0 points per game in each of his three seasons with the Frogs
- Concluded his career ranked second in three-point field goal attempts (626) in the TCU record books
- Concluded his career ranked third in three-point field goals made (231) in the TCU record books
- Connected on a TCU single-season record 93 three-point field goals during the 1989-90 campaign
- Connected on nine three-pointers against Arkansas during his senior campaign, which set a program-record for most in a game

YEAR GP FG-M FG-A PCT 3-FGM 3-FGA PCT FT-M FT-A PCT PTS AVG
1989-90 29 122 319 .382 93 233 .399 45 68 .662 382 13.2
1990-91 27 124 307 .404 67 176 .381 61 87 .701 376 13.9
1991-92 34 153 386 .396 71 217 .327 84 112 .750 461 13.6
Totals 90 399 1,012 .394 231 626 .369 190 267 .712 1,219 13.5



16. DENNIS NUTT - 1,192 points - 1982-85 - Little Rock, Ark. (Little Rock Central HS)

- Garnered first team All-Southwest Conference accolades during the 1984-85 campaign
- Concluded his career as the second-most accurate free throw shooter (158-of-186; 84.9 percent) in program history
- Set a program single-season record after connecting on 91.7 percent (77-of-84) of his charity stripe attempts
- Averaged at least 17.0 points per game over his final two seasons where he collected 19 games of 20 or more points
- Inducted into the TCU Lettermen's Association Hall of Fame in the Fall of 2009

YEAR GP FG-M FG-A PCT 3-FGM 3-FGA PCT FT-M FT-A PCT PTS AVG
1981-82 14 6 14 .429 - - - 3 4 .750 15 1.1
1982-83 32 84 159 .528 - - - 19 21 .905 187 5.8
1983-84 28 216 426 .507 - - - 59 77 .766 491 17.5
1984-85 29 211 398 .530 - - - 77 84 .917 499 17.2
Totals 103 517 997 .519 - - - 158 186 .849 1,192 11.6



17. GARLON GREEN - 1,138 points - 2009-13 - Houston, Texas (Hightower HS)

- Concluded his career as one of only 13 Frogs with both 1,100 points and 450 rebounds
- Set the program's career record for games played as a senior with 129 appearances
- Was No. 5 in career minutes (3,278)
- Led TCU in scoring as a sophomore, was No. 2 as a senior and No. 3 as a junior

YEAR GP FG-M FG-A PCT 3-FGM 3-FGA PCT FT-M FT-A PCT PTS AVG
2009-10 31 43 106 .406 7 37 .189 39 54 .722 132 4.3
2010-11 33 135 279 .484 49 103 .476 50 67 .746 369 11.2
2011-12 33 109 258 .422 39 118 .331 71 89 .798 328 9.9
2012-13 32 112 308 .364 27 80 .338 58 75 .773 309 9.7
Totals 129 399 951 .420 122 338 .361 218 285 .764 1,138 8.8



18. MICKEY MCCARTY - 1,137 points - 1966-68 - Pasadena, Texas (Pasadena HS)

- Selected as a first team All-Southwest Conference award recipient on two occasions (1967, 1968)
- Guided the Frogs to the 1968 Southwest Conference Championship where he was selected as Team Most Valuable Player
- Became one of six players in program history to average a double-double for their career with the Frogs
- Drafted by three different franchises in football, baseball and two basketball (NBA's Chicago Bulls in the 15th round; ABA's Dallas Chapparals in the 14th round)

YEAR GP FG-M FG-A PCT 3-FGM 3-FGA PCT FT-M FT-A PCT PTS AVG
1965-66 24 107 254 .421 - - - 78 105 .743 292 12.2
1966-67 24 140 363 .383 - - - 76 113 673 356 14.8
1967-68 26 195 468 .416 - - - 99 150 .600 489 18.8
Totals 74 442 1,085 .407 - - - 253 368 .688 1,137 15.4



19. GARY LANDERS - 1,114 points - 1973-76 - Dallas, Texas (Carter HS)

- Averaged 15.2 points and 6.8 rebounds per game, including three double-doubles, during the 1975-76 campaign
- Made a name for himself as a consistent scorer as he never averaged less than 9.0 points per game in a season
- Recorded the best game of his career during his senior season with a 30-point, 14-rebound effort against Texas
- Never scored less than 200 points in a season in any of his four campaigns with the Frogs
- Became one of the first four-year starters for the Frogs in the modern era of collegiate basketball

YEAR GP FG-M FG-A PCT 3-FGM 3-FGA PCT FT-M FT-A PCT PTS AVG
1972-73 22 90 204 .441 - - - 20 34 .588 200 9.1
1973-74 25 113 268 .422 - - - 49 69 .710 275 11.0
1974-75 24 97 207 .469 - - - 34 48 .708 228 9.5
1975-76 27 166 314 .529 - - - 79 100 .790 411 15.2
Totals 98 466 993 .469 - - - 182 251 .725 1,114 11.4



20. JAMES PENNY - 1,101 points - 1995-98 - Grapevine, Texas (Grapevine HS)

- Reached double figures in scoring in 58 games during his career to go along with nine double-doubles
- Concluded his career with the Frogs as the program's all-time leader in blocked shots (171)
- Ranked as one of the best Sixth Men in college basketball during his senior campaign where he averaged 10.5 points per game
- Aided the Frogs to their last NCAA Tournament appeareance during the 1997-98 campaign
- Averaged at least 10.0 points per game over the final three seasons of his TCU career

YEAR GP FG-M FG-A PCT 3-FGM 3-FGA PCT FT-M FT-A PCT PTS AVG
1994-95 19 23 52 .442 5 15 .333 15 21 .714 66 3.5
1995-96 30 126 299 .421 33 91 .363 48 78 .615 333 11.1
1996-97 34 153 282 .543 12 36 .333 48 72 .667 366 10.8
1997-98 32 136 258 .527 3 17 .176 61 83 .735 336 10.5
Totals 115 438 891 .492 53 159 .333 172 254 .677 1,101 9.6



21 (tie). JUNIOR BLOUNT - 1,098 points - 2002-03 - Tulsa, Okla. (Connors State JC)

- Earned second team All-Conference USA accolades following the 2001-02 campaign
- Became the 12th player in program history to collect at least 600 points in a season in the 2001-02 season
- Collected 364 points in Conference USA contests during the 2001-02 season, which ranks second in the all-time league records
- Became one of seven players in program history to surpass the 1,000-point milestone in two seasons with the Frogs
- Holds the program's all-time record for free throw shooting percentage (87.4 percent; 228-of-261)

YEAR GP FG-M FG-A PCT 3-FGM 3-FGA PCT FT-M FT-A PCT PTS AVG
2001-02 31 203 470 .432 83 238 .349 114 132 .864 603 19.5
2002-03 28 152 370 .411 77 215 .358 114 129 .884 495 17.7
Totals 59 355 840 .412 160 453 .353 228 261 .874 1,098 18.6



21 (tie). BRENT HACKETT - 1,098 points - 2005-08 - Fort Worth, Texas (Southwest HS)

- Garnered All-Mountain West Conference honorable mention laurels on two occasions (2007, 2008)
- Concluded his career ranked fifth in three-point field goals made and three-point field goal attempts
- Appeared in 122 career games where he made 88 starts where he missed only four starts over the final three seasons
- Recorded 54 games of 10 or more points, including 18 double-digit contests in each of his last three seasons
- Notched a career-high 26 points in the final game of his TCU career against UNLV in the MWC Tournament

YEAR GP FG-M FG-A PCT 3-FGM 3-FGA PCT FT-M FT-A PCT PTS AVG
2004-05 31 26 81 .321 14 39 .359 24 47 .511 90 2.9
2005-06 31 109 301 .362 57 170 .335 47 74 .635 322 10.4
2006-07 30 105 286 .367 66 185 .357 61 77 .792 337 11.2
2007-08 30 116 320 .363 53 180 .294 64 81 .790 349 11.6
Totals 122 356 988 .360 190 571 .333 196 279 .703 1,098 9.0



23. RONNIE MOSS - 1,095 points - 2008-11 - Fort Worth, Texas (Christian Life Academy)

- Named Second-Team All-Mountain West Conference as a sophomore in 2009-10
- Is one of only five players in program history with 1,000 points, 500 rebounds and 300 assists
- Led TCU in scoring average as both a sophomore (14.9 ppg) and junior (15.7 ppg)
- Led the MWC and ranked No. 10 nationally in assists as a sophomore (5.9 apg)
- Scored 20 or more points 15 times in his career and had four games with 10 or more assists

YEAR GP FG-M FG-A PCT 3-FGM 3-FGA PCT FT-M FT-A PCT PTS AVG
2008-09 30 115 270 .426 23 67 .343 53 76 .697 306 10.2
2009-10 32 165 408 .404 62 165 .376 84 123 .683 476 14.9
2010-11 20 108 261 .414 36 105 .343 61 80 .763 313 15.7
Totals 82 388 929 .418 121 337 .359 198 279 .710 1,095 13.4



24. RONNY STEVENSON - 1,084 points - 1957-59 - Fort Worth, Texas (Birdville HS)

- Selected as a first team All-Southwest Conference award recipient following the 1957-58 season
- Led the Southwest Conference in scoring and rebounding after averaging 17.8 points and 13.2 boards per game as a junior
- Selected as both a team captain as well as the Team Most Valuable Player in each of his final two seasons (1958, 1959)
- Concluded his career ranked first in rebounds per game (12.7 rpg) and second in total rebounds (917)
- Averaged at least 12.0 points per game in each of his three seasons in the Frogs' lineup

YEAR GP FG-M FG-A PCT 3-FGM 3-FGA PCT FT-M FT-A PCT PTS AVG
1956-57 24 121 322 .376 - - - 101 141 .716 343 14.3
1957-58 24 153 374 .409 - - - 122 197 .620 428 17.8
1958-59 26 106 292 .363 - - - 101 141 .716 313 12.0
Totals 74 380 988 .385 - - - 324 479 .676 1,084 14.6



25. JEFF JACOBS - 1,081 points - 1994-97 - Merrillville, Ind. (Andrean HS)

- Selected as the Southwest Conference Co-Freshman of the Year in 1994 by the Fort Worth Star-Telegram
- Concluded his career at TCU ranked third in assists (475) and seventh in steals (123)
- Finished his career with the Frogs ranked sixth in three-point field goals made (1.60 3pg)
- Averaged at least 10.0 points per game during the first three seasons of his tenure with the Purple and White
- Appeared in 114 games for the Frogs, including 91 trips to the starting lineup - which ranks sixth in program history

YEAR GP FG-M FG-A PCT 3-FGM 3-FGA PCT FT-M FT-A PCT PTS AVG
1993-94 27 86 198 .434 37 87 .425 73 96 .760 282 10.4
1994-95 27 106 266 .398 58 150 .387 53 66 .803 323 12.0
1995-96 29 106 293 .362 57 167 .341 52 72 .722 321 11.1
1996-97 31 51 156 .327 30 103 .291 23 26 .885 155 5.0
Totals 114 329 913 .382 182 507 .359 201 260 .773 1,081 9.5



26. RICKY HALL - 1,060 points - 1970-72 - Fort Worth HS (Eastern Hills HS)

- Guided the Frogs to the 1971 Southwest Conference championship after averaging 13.2 points per game
- Recorded a career-high 16.8 points per game during his final campaign with the Frogs
- Led the Frogs to the 1972 NCAA Tournament where he scored 18 points in a setback to Notre Dame
- Recorded a career-high 31 points against Texas Tech in his final regular-season game for the Frogs
- Ranked second on the Frogs in scoring average (16.8 ppg) during the 1971-72 campaign

YEAR GP FG-M FG-A PCT 3-FGM 3-FGA PCT FT-M FT-A PCT PTS AVG
1969-70 24 108 237 .456 - - - 81 103 .786 297 12.4
1970-71 27 140 312 .449 - - - 79 118 .669 359 13.2
1971-72 24 161 336 .479 - - - 82 110 .745 404 16.8
Totals 75 409 885 .462 - - - 242 331 .731 1,060 14.1



27. DOUG ARNOLD - 1,057 points - 1982-83 - Irwin, Pa. (Duquesne)

- Awarded with Southwest Conference Newcomer of the Year laurels following the 1981-82 season
- Became one of just seven players to suprass the 1,000-point milestone in only two campaigns with the Frogs
- Averaged at least 15.0 points per game in each of the two seasons after transferring from Duquesne
- Ranks 10th in the single-season record books with 475 field goal attempts during the 1982-83 campaign
- Selected to the Southwest Conference All-Tournament Team in each of his two seasons (1982, 1983)

YEAR GP FG-M FG-A PCT 3-FGM 3-FGA PCT FT-M FT-A PCT PTS AVG
1981-82 27 219 430 .509 - - - 89 134 .664 527 19.5
1982-83 34 205 475 .432 - - - 120 160 .750 530 15.6
Totals 61 424 905 .469 - - - 209 294 .711 1,057 17.3



28. DAMION WALKER - 1,044 points - 1996-97 - Dallas, Texas (Lincoln HS)

- Selected as a Freshman All-American by Basketball Weekly after averaging 20.5 points per game during the 1995-96 season
- Garnered Southwest Conference Freshman of the Year accolades as well as first team all-conference laurels
- Set TCU and Southwest Conference freshmen records in both scoring (20.5 ppg) and rebounding (8.8 rpg)
- Ranked as the second-leading scorer among all NCAA Division I freshmen during the 1995-96 campaign
- Guided the Frogs to the Championship Game of the Western Athletic Conference and a berth in the 1997 NIT

YEAR GP FG-M FG-A PCT 3-FGM 3-FGA PCT FT-M FT-A PCT PTS AVG
1995-96 30 230 457 .503 0 1 .000 156 203 .768 616 20.5
1996-97 35 161 386 .417 2 4 .500 104 137 .759 428 12.2
Totals 65 391 843 .464 2 5 .400 260 340 .765 1,044 16.1



29. JAMES CASH - 1,026 points - 1967-69 - Fort Worth, Texas (Terrell HS)

- Became the first African-American to ever sign a scholarship to play athletics at TCU
- Became the first African-American to ever sign a scholarship to play athletics in the Southwest Conference
- Selected as a first team All-Southwest Conference award recipient following the 1968-69 campaign
- Garnered Academic All-American accolades on two occasions (1968, 1969)
- Averaged 13.8 points as a junior en route to guiding TCU to the 1968 Southwest Conference championship

YEAR GP FG-M FG-A PCT 3-FGM 3-FGA PCT FT-M FT-A PCT PTS AVG
1966-67 24 120 266 .451 - - - 36 74 .486 276 11.5
1967-68 26 151 337 .450 - - - 56 97 .577 358 13.8
1968-69 24 154 337 .457 - - - 84 157 .535 392 16.3
Totals 74 425 940 .452 - - - 176 328 .537 1,026 13.9



30. GEORGE MCLEOD - 1,013 points - 1950-52 - Houston, Texas (Sam Houston HS)

- Became the first player in TCU men's basketball history to surpass the 1,000-point milestone
- Selected as a first team All-American following the 1951-52 campaign after averaging 15.0 points per game
- Garnered first team All-Southwest Conference accolades in each of his three seasons (1950, 1951, 1952)
- Scored a career-best 419 points as a senior en route to leading the Frogs to the 1952 Southwest Conference championship
- Led the Southwest Conference in league scoring during his senior campaign at 19.4 points per game

YEAR GP FG-M FG-A PCT 3-FGM 3-FGA PCT FT-M FT-A PCT PTS AVG
1949-50 24 93 183 .508 - - - 70 108 .648 256 10.7
1950-51 25 126 315 .400 - - - 86 143 .601 338 13.5
1951-52 28 169 357 .473 - - - 118 169 .698 419 15.0
Totals 77 388 855 .454 - - - 261 420 .621 1,013 13.2



31. WAYNE KREIS - 1,002 points - 1965-67 - Pampa, Texas (Pampa HS)

- Averaged at least 13.0 points per game in each of his three seasons with the Frogs
- Scored in double figures in 17 of 21 contests in his first season during the 1964-65 campaign
- Became the fourth player in program history to reach the 1,000-point milestone in his final collegiate game
- Ranks fifth in the TCU all-time record books in free throw percentage after connecting on 81.4 percent (328-of-403) of his attempts
- Averaged a career-high 15.7 points per game during his junior campaign with the Frogs

YEAR GP FG-M FG-A PCT 3-FGM 3-FGA PCT FT-M FT-A PCT PTS AVG
1964-65 21 95 239 .397 - - - 119 148 .804 309 14.7
1965-66 24 127 287 .443 - - - 122 153 .797 376 15.7
1966-67 23 115 246 .468 - - - 87 102 .853 317 13.8
Totals 68 337 772 .437 - - - 328 403 .814 1,002 14.7


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