List of NCAA Division I men's basketball players with 2,000 points and 1,000 rebounds

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This is a list of NCAA Division I men's basketball players who have accumulated both 2,000 points and 1,000 rebounds in their careers. Tom Gola, whose career at La Salle was between 1951–52 and 1954–55, also holds an NCAA men's basketball record: his 2,201 rebounds are the most ever.

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List[edit]

Hank Gathers transferred from USC to Loyola Marymount
Player Pos. Team(s) Career start Career end Games played Points PPG Rebounds RPG Ref.
Mike Daum F South Dakota State 2015 2019 137 3,067 22.4 1,236 9.0
[1]
Ethan Happ F Wisconsin 2015 2019 139 2,130 15.3 1,217 8.8
[2]
John Konchar G Purdue Fort Wayne 2015 2019 133 2,065 15.5 1,149 8.6
[3]
Drew McDonald F/C Northern Kentucky 2015 2019 131 2,066 15.8 1,081 8.3
[4]
Jordan Caroline G/F Southern Illinois / Nevada 2014 2019 138 2,045 14.8 1,164 8.4
[5]
Tim Kempton Jr. F/C Lehigh 2013 2017 122 2,043 16.6 1,091 8.9
[6]
Shawn Long F Louisiana 2012 2016 135 2,342 17.3 1,447 10.7
[7]
Jameel Warney F/C Stony Brook 2012 2016 135 2,132 15.7 1,275 9.4
[8]
LaDontae Henton F Providence 2011 2015 135 2,059 15.3 1,054 7.8
[9]
Doug McDermott F Creighton 2010 2014 145 3,150 21.7 1,088 7.5
[10]
Mike Muscala C Bucknell 2009 2013 134 2,036 15.3 1,093 8.2
[11]
Kyle Singler G/F Duke 2007 2011 148 2,392 16.2 1,015 6.9
[12]
Kenneth Faried C Morehead State 2007 2011 136 2,009 14.8 1,673 12.3
[13]
Luke Harangody F/C Notre Dame 2006 2010 129 2,476 19.2 1,221 9.5
[14]
Jonathan Rodriguez F Campbell 2006 2010 121 2,153 17.8 1,066 8.8
[15]
Tyler Hansbrough F/C North Carolina 2005 2009 142 2,872 20.2 1,219 8.6
[16]
Jason Thompson C Rider 2004 2008 122 2,040 16.7 1,171 9.6
[17]
Arizona Reid F High Point 2004 2008 120 2,069 17.2 1,013 8.4
[18]
Kyle Hines F/C UNC Greensboro 2004 2008 120 2,187 18.2 1,047 8.7
[19]
Caleb Green F Oral Roberts 2003 2007 128 2,503 19.6 1,189 9.3
[20]
Nick Fazekas F/C Nevada 2003 2007 131 2,464 18.8 1,254 9.6
[21]
Craig Smith F Boston College 2002 2006 130 2,349 18.1 1,114 8.6
[22]
Juan Mendez F Niagara 2001 2005 123 2,210 18.0 1,053 8.6
[23]
Ryan Gomes F Providence 2001 2005 116 2,138 18.4 1,028 8.9
[24]
Hakim Warrick F/C Syracuse 2001 2005 135 2,073 15.4 1,026 7.6
[25]
Mike Harris F Rice 2001 2005 121 2,014 16.6 1,111 9.2
[26]
David West F Xavier 1999 2003 126 2,132 16.9 1,309 10.4
[27]
Nick Collison F/C Kansas 1999 2003 142 2,097 14.8 1,143 8.0
[28]
Brandon Hunter F Ohio 1999 2003 119 2,012 16.9 1,103 9.3
[29]
Raef LaFrentz C Kansas 1994 1998 131 2,066 15.8 1,186 9.1
[30]
Keith Van Horn F Utah 1993 1997 122 2,542 20.8 1,074 8.8
[31]
Tunji Awojobi F Boston University 1993 1997 114 2,308 20.2 1,237 10.9
[32]
Tim Duncan F/C Wake Forest 1993 1997 128 2,117 16.5 1,570 12.3
[33]
Odell Hodge F/C Old Dominion 1992 1997 128 2,117 16.5 1,086 8.5
[34]
Danya Abrams F Boston College 1993 1997 122 2,053 16.8 1,029 8.4
[35]
John Wallace F Syracuse 1992 1996 127 2,119 16.7 1,065 8.4
[36]
Malik Rose F Drexel 1992 1996 120 2,024 16.9 1,514 12.6
[37]
Bryant Reeves C Oklahoma State 1991 1995 136 2,367 17.4 1,152 8.5
[38]
Reggie Jackson F Nicholls State[39] 1991 1995 110 2,124 19.3 1,271 11.6
[40]
Gary Trent F Ohio 1992 1995 93 2,108 22.7 1,050 11.3
[41]
Josh Grant F Utah 1988 1993 131 2,000 15.3 1,066 8.1
[42]
Christian Laettner F Duke 1988 1992 148 2,460 16.6 1,149 7.8
[43]
Byron Houston F Oklahoma State 1988 1992 127 2,379 18.7 1,190 9.4
[44]
Adam Keefe F/C Stanford 1988 1992 125 2,319 18.6 1,119 9.0
[45]
Clarence Weatherspoon F Southern Miss 1988 1992 117 2,130 18.2 1,320 11.3
[46]
Popeye Jones F Murray State 1988 1992 123 2,057 16.7 1,374 11.2
[47]
Alonzo Mourning* C Georgetown 1988 1992 120 2,001 16.7 1,032 8.6
[48]
Tom Davis F Delaware State 1987 1991 95 2,274 23.9 1,013 10.7
[49]
Doug Smith F/C Missouri 1987 1991 128 2,184 17.1 1,305 8.2
[50]
Bob Harstad F Creighton 1987 1991 128 2,110 16.5 1,126 8.8
[51]
Stacey Augmon G/F UNLV 1987 1991 145 2,011 13.9 1,005 6.9
[52]
Lionel Simmons F La Salle 1986 1990 131 3,217 24.6 1,429 10.9
[53]
Hank Gathers F/C USC / Loyola Marymount 1986 1990 117 2,723 23.3 1,128 9.6
[54]
Derrick Coleman F/C Syracuse 1986 1990 143 2,143 15.0 1,537 10.7
[55]
Gerald Glass G/F Delta State / Ole Miss 1986 1990 122 2,785 22.8 1,087 8.9
[56]
Fred West F Texas Southern 1986 1990 118 2,066 17.5 1,136 9.6
[49]
Tyrone Hill F Xavier 1986 1990 126 2,003 15.9 1,380 10.9
[57]
Kenny Sanders F George Mason 1985 1989 107 2,177 20.3 1,026 9.6
[49]
Danny Ferry F Duke 1985 1989 143 2,155 15.1 1,003 7.0
[58]
Pervis Ellison F/C Louisville 1985 1989 136 2,143 15.8 1,149 8.4
[59]
Danny Manning F/C Kansas 1984 1988 147 2,951 20.1 1,187 8.1
[60]
Daren Queenan G/F Lehigh 1984 1988 118 2,703 22.9 1,013 8.6
[61]
David Robinson* C Navy 1983 1987 127 2,669 21.0 1,314 10.3
[62]
Ron Harper G/F Miami (OH) 1982 1986 120 2,377 19.8 1,119 9.3
[63]
Greg Grant G Utah State 1982 1986 115 2,159 18.8 1,003 8.7
[64]
Larry Krystkowiak F Montana 1982 1986 120 2,017 16.8 1,105 9.2
[65]
Wayman Tisdale C Oklahoma 1982 1985 104 2,661 25.6 1,048 10.1
[66]
Keith Lee C Memphis State[67] 1981 1985 128 2,408 18.8 1,336 10.4
[68]
Patrick Ewing* C Georgetown 1981 1985 143 2,184 15.3 1,316 9.2
[69]
Xavier McDaniel F Wichita State 1981 1985 117 2,152 18.4 1,359 11.6
[70]
Mark Acres C Oral Roberts 1981 1985 110 2,038 18.5 1,051 9.6
[71]
Willie Jackson F Centenary 1980 1984 114 2,535 22.2 1,013 8.9
[72]
Joe Binion F North Carolina A&T 1980 1984 116 2,143 18.5 1,194 10.3
[49]
Sam Perkins C North Carolina 1980 1984 136 2,145 15.9 1,167 8.6
[73]
Harry Kelly F Texas Southern 1979 1983 110 3,066 27.9 1,085 9.9
[74]
Kenneth Lyons F North Texas State[75] 1979 1983 111 2,291 20.6 1,020 9.2
[76]
Ralph Sampson* C Virginia 1979 1983 132 2,225 16.9 1,511 11.4
[77]
Sidney Green F/C UNLV 1979 1983 119 2,073 17.4 1,276 10.7
[78]
B. B. Davis C Lamar 1977 1981 119 2,084 17.5 1,122 9.4
[79]
Rudy Macklin G/F LSU 1976 1981 123 2,080 16.9 1,276 10.4
[80]
Herb Williams F/C Ohio State 1977 1981 114 2,011 17.6 1,111 9.7
[81]
Michael Brooks F La Salle 1976 1980 114 2,628 23.1 1,372 12.0
[82]
Mike Gminski C Duke 1976 1980 122 2,323 19.0 1,242 10.2
[83]
Jonathan Moore F/C Furman 1976 1980 117 2,299 19.6 1,242 10.6
[49]
Joe Barry Carroll C Purdue 1976 1980 123 2,175 17.7 1,148 9.3
[84]
Larry Bird* F Indiana State 1976 1979 94 2,850 30.3 1,247 13.3
[85]
Calvin Natt F Northeast Louisiana[86] 1975 1979 108 2,581 23.9 1,285 11.9
[49]
Reggie King F Alabama 1975 1979 118 2,168 18.4 1,279 10.8
[87]
Bill Cartwright C San Francisco 1975 1979 111 2,116 19.1 1,137 10.2
[88]
Sidney Moncrief* G Arkansas 1975 1979 122 2,066 16.9 1,015 8.3
[89]
James Bailey F/C Rutgers 1975 1979 122 2,034 16.7 1,074 8.8
[90]
Greg Kelser F Michigan State 1975 1979 115 2,014 17.5 1,092 9.5
[91]
Gary Winton F Army 1974 1978 105 2,296 21.9 1,168 11.1
[92]
Bob Elliott F/C Arizona 1973 1977 114 2,131 18.7 1,083 9.5
[93]
Phil Sellers G/F Rutgers 1972 1976 114 2,399 21.0 1,115 9.8
[94]
Jim McDaniels C Western Kentucky 1968 1971 81 2,238 27.6 1,118 13.8
[95]
Dan Issel* C Kentucky 1967 1970 83 2,138 25.8 1,078 12.9
[96]
Bob Lanier* C St. Bonaventure 1967 1970 75 2,067 27.6 1,180 15.7
[97]
Lew Alcindor*[98] C UCLA 1966 1969 88 2,325 26.4 1,367 15.5
[99]
Elvin Hayes* F/C Houston 1965 1968 93 2,884 31.0 1,602 17.2
[100]
Bill Bradley* F Princeton 1962 1965 83 2,503 30.2 1,008 12.1
[101]
Rick Barry* F Miami (FL) 1962 1965 77 2,298 29.8 1,274 16.5
[102]
Fred Hetzel F/C Davidson 1962 1965 79 2,032 25.7 1,094 13.8
[49]
Nick Werkman F Seton Hall 1961 1964 71 2,273 32.0 1,036 14.6
[103]
Bill McGill F/C Utah 1959 1962 86 2,321 27.0 1,106 12.3
[104]
Len Chappell F/C Wake Forest 1959 1962 87 2,165 24.9 1,213 13.9
[105]
Jeff Cohen F/C William & Mary 1957 1961 103 2,003 19.4 1,679 17.8
[106]
Oscar Robertson* G Cincinnati 1957 1960 88 2,973 33.8 1,338 15.2
[107]
Jerry West* G West Virginia 1957 1960 93 2,309 24.8 1,240 13.3
[108]
Ralph Crosthwaite C Western Kentucky 1955 1959 103 2,076 20.2 1,309 12.7
[109]
Bailey Howell F Mississippi State 1956 1959 75 2,030 27.1 1,277 17.0
[110]
Elgin Baylor* C Seattle 1955 1958 80 2,500 31.2 1,559 19.4
[111]
Joe Holup F George Washington 1952 1956 104 2,226 21.4 2,030 19.5
[112]
Dickie Hemric F Wake Forest 1951 1955 104 2,587 24.9 1,802 17.3
[113]
Tom Gola* G/F La Salle 1951 1955 118 2,462 20.9 2,201 18.7
[113]
Jesse Arnelle F Penn State 1951 1955 102 2,138 21.0 1,238 12.1
[114]

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