List of NCAA Division I men's basketball season scoring leaders

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In basketball, points are the sum of the score accumulated through free throw or field goal;[1] the National Collegiate Athletic Association's (NCAA) Division I scoring title is awarded to the player with the highest points per game (ppg) average in a given season. The NCAA did not split into its current divisions format until August 1973.[2] From 1906 to 1955, there were no classifications to the NCAA nor its predecessor, the Intercollegiate Athletic Association of the United States (IAAUS).[2] Then, from 1956 to 1973, colleges were classified as either "NCAA University Division (Major College)" or "NCAA College Division (Small College)";[2] the NCAA's official men's basketball media guide recognizes scoring champions beginning with the 1947–48 season; from 1935–36 to 1946–47, "unofficial" scoring champions were compiled from the annual National Basketball Committee Official Basketball Guide.[2][3]

Pete Maravich of LSU holds the all-time NCAA Division I records for career scoring (3,667) and average (44.2).[3][4][5] His three consecutive scoring titles from 1968–1970 are also the three highest single-season averages in NCAA history.[3]

Nine players have earned multiple scoring titles; the most recent player to accomplish this is Reggie Williams of Virginia Military Institute (2007, 2008).[6][7] There have been two occurrences where, in back-to-back seasons, two different teammates have earned the NCAA scoring title. Frank Selvy and Darrell Floyd of Furman each won in 1954 and 1955, respectively,[8][9][10][11] while Hank Gathers and Bo Kimble of Loyola Marymount won in 1989 and 1990, respectively.[12][13]

Many of the scoring champions from the 1986–87 season and earlier could have added significantly more points if the three-point line had been instituted, it wasn't until the 1987–88 season that the NCAA standardized the line and accounted for three-point field goals in its official record book.[3][14] The only player since they were instituted to have not made a single three-point shot in his scoring title season is Gathers, who instead made 419 field goals and 177 free throws en route to scoring 1,015 points and averaging 32.7 points per game.[3][12]

One prolific college basketball scorer who was not an NCAA scoring champion was Notre Dame's Austin Carr. Carr averaged 38.2 ppg as a junior in 1969–70 (tied for eighth highest in NCAA history) and 38.0 ppg as a senior in 1970–71 (tenth highest).[3][15][16] Unfortunately for Carr, he happened to accomplish these feats while playing at the same time as Maravich, whose 44.5 ppg in 1969–70 is the highest in Division I history,[3] and as Johnny Neumann, whose 40.1 ppg in 1970–71 is the fifth highest average.[3] While finishing second in the scoring races each of his last two seasons, Carr is the only player on the NCAA's top ten single season scoring averages list who never won an NCAA scoring title.[3]

Key[edit]

Scoring leaders[edit]

Unofficial[edit]

George Mikan (#99) was the first center to lead the nation in scoring, albeit unofficially.

Between 1935–36 and 1946–47, there were no "official" NCAA scoring champions; the statistics during that era were compiled from the National Basketball Committee Official Basketball Guide, which was not regulated by NCAA authorities. Therefore, the following players are included in the annual NCAA men's basketball media guide, but are listed as unofficial season scoring leaders.[3]

Season Player Pos. Cl. Team Games
played
Field goals
made
3-point
field goals

made
Free throws
made
Total
points
PPG
1935–36 Hank Luisetti* G So Stanford 29 ?
? 416 14.3
1936–37 Hank Luisetti* (2) G Jr Stanford 24 ?
? 410 17.1
1937–38 Chet Jaworski F Jr Rhode Island 21 177
87 441 21.0
1938–39 Chet Jaworski (2) F Sr Rhode Island 21 201
73 475 22.6
1939–40 Stan Modzelewski G/F So Rhode Island 22 210
89 509 23.1
1940–41 Stan Modzelewski (2) G/F Jr Rhode Island 25 178
107 463 18.5
1941–42 Stan Modzelewski (3) G/F Sr Rhode Island 22 182
106 470 21.4
1942–43 George Senesky G Sr Saint Joseph's 22 211
93 515 23.4
1943–44 Ernie Calverley G So Rhode Island 20 226
82 534 26.7
1944–45 George Mikan* C Jr DePaul 24 222
114 558 23.3
1945–46 George Mikan* (2) C Sr DePaul 24 206
143 555 23.1
1946–47 Jim Lacy F So Loyola (MD) 32 242
183 667 20.8

Official[edit]

Pete Maravich averaged 44.2 points per game over three seasons for LSU
A light-skinned black man wearing a white t-shirt that says "California" smiles as he flexes his arms for the camera.
Hank Gathers led the NCAA in both scoring and rebounding in 1989.
A black man wearing a blue button-down shirt sits and poses for a picture at a wooden table.
Kurt Thomas was the scoring champion in 1995.
A headshot of a Caucasian man with long, shaggy brown hair. He also dons a mustache.
Adam Morrison edged out Duke's J. J. Redick for the title in 2006.
A young man in his early 20s is warming up for a basketball game. He is wearing a red warm-up jersey with "Davidson" written in white across the chest, he is a light-skinned male of mixed race (half white by his mother, half African American by his father).
Stephen Curry won while at Davidson.
Jimmer Fredette, the 2011 scoring leader.
Trae Young led the nation in both points and assists during the same season in 2018.
Season Player Pos. Cl. Team Games
played
Field goals
made
3-point
field goals

made
Free throws
made
Total
points
PPG Ref.
1947–48 Murray Wier G Sr Iowa 19 152
95 399 21.0 [17][18]
1948–49 Tony Lavelli F Sr Yale 30 228
215 671 22.4 [3][19]
1949–50 Paul Arizin* F Sr Villanova 29 260
215 735 25.3 [20][21]
1950–51 Bill Mlkvy F Sr Temple 25 303
125 731 29.2 [22][23]
1951–52 Clyde Lovellette* C Sr Kansas 28 352
182 795 28.4 [24][25]
1952–53 Frank Selvy G Jr Furman 25 272
194 738 29.5 [8][9]
1953–54 Frank Selvy (2) G Sr Furman 29 427
355 1,209 41.7 [8][9]
1954–55 Darrell Floyd G Jr Furman 25 344
209 897 35.9 [10][11]
1955–56 Darrell Floyd (2) G Sr Furman 28 339
268 946 33.8 [10][11]
1956–57 Grady Wallace F Sr South Carolina 29 336
234 906 31.2 [3][26]
1957–58 Oscar Robertson* G So Cincinnati 28 352
280 984 35.1 [27][28]
1958–59 Oscar Robertson* (2) G Jr Cincinnati 30 331
316 978 32.6 [27][28]
1959–60 Oscar Robertson* (3) G Sr Cincinnati 30 369
273 1,011 33.7 [27][28]
1960–61 Frank Burgess G Sr Gonzaga 26 304
234 842 32.4 [29][30]
1961–62 Billy McGill C/F Sr Utah 26 394
221 1,009 38.8 [31][32]
1962–63 Nick Werkman F Jr Seton Hall 22 221
208 650 29.5 [33][34]
1963–64 Howie Komives G Sr Bowling Green 23 292
260 844 36.7 [35][36]
1964–65 Rick Barry* F Sr Miami (FL) 26 340
293 973 37.4 [37][38]
1965–66 Dave Schellhase G Sr Purdue 24 284
213 781 32.5 [39][40]
1966–67 Jimmy Walker G Sr Providence 28 323
205 851 30.4 [41][42]
1967–68 Pete Maravich* G So LSU 26 432
274 1,138 43.8 [4][5]
1968–69 Pete Maravich* (2) G Jr LSU 26 433
282 1,148 44.2 [4][5]
1969–70 Pete Maravich* (3) G Sr LSU 31 522
337 1,381 44.5 [4][5]
1970–71 Johnny Neumann F/G So Ole Miss 23 366
191 923 40.1 [43][44]
1971–72 Bo Lamar G Jr Southwest Louisiana 29 429
196 1,054 36.3 [45][46]
1972–73 Bird Averitt G Sr Pepperdine 25 352
144 848 33.9 [47][48]
1973–74 Larry Fogle G So Canisius 25 326
183 835 33.4 [49][50]
1974–75 Bob McCurdy G Sr Richmond 26 321
213 855 32.9 [51][52]
1975–76 Marshall Rogers G Sr Texas–Pan American 25 361
197 919 36.8 [53][54]
1976–77 Freeman Williams F/G Jr Portland State 26 417
176 1,010 38.8 [55][56]
1977–78 Freeman Williams (2) F/G Sr Portland State 27 410
149 969 35.9 [55][56]
1978–79 Lawrence Butler G Sr Idaho State 27 310
192 812 30.1 [57][58]
1979–80 Tony Murphy G Sr Southern 29 377
178 932 32.1 [3][59]
1980–81 Zam Fredrick G Sr South Carolina 27 300
181 781 28.9 [60][61]
1981–82 Harry Kelly F Jr Texas Southern 29 336
190 862 29.7 [59][62]
1982–83 Harry Kelly (2) F Sr Texas Southern 29 333
169 835 28.8 [59][62]
1983–84 Joe Jakubick G Sr Akron 27 304
206 814 30.1 [3][59]
1984–85 Xavier McDaniel F/C Sr Wichita State 31 351
142 844 27.2 [63][64]
1985–86 Terrance Bailey G Jr Wagner 29 321
212 854 29.4 [65][66]
1986–87 Kevin Houston G Sr Army 29 311
268 953 32.9 [67][68]
1987–88 Hersey Hawkins G Sr Bradley 31 377 87 284 1,125 36.3 [69][70]
1988–89 Hank Gathers F/C Jr Loyola Marymount 31 419 0 177 1,015 32.7 [12][71]
1989–90 Bo Kimble G Sr Loyola Marymount 32 404 92 231 1,131 35.3 [13][71]
1990–91 Kevin Bradshaw G Sr U.S. International 28 358 60 278 1,054 37.6 [72][73]
1991–92 Brett Roberts F Sr Morehead State 29 278 66 193 815 28.1 [74][75]
1992–93 Greg Guy G Jr Texas–Pan American 19 189 67 111 556 29.3 [59][76]
1993–94 Glenn Robinson F Jr Purdue 34 368 79 215 1,030 30.3 [77][78]
1994–95 Kurt Thomas C Sr TCU 27 288 3 202 781 28.9 [79][80]
1995–96 Kevin Granger G Sr Texas Southern 24 194 30 230 648 27.0 [59][76]
1996–97 Charles Jones G Jr Long Island 30 338 109 118 903 30.1 [81][82]
1997–98 Charles Jones (2) G Sr Long Island 30 326 116 101 869 29.0 [81][82]
1998–99 Alvin Young G Sr Niagara 29 253 65 157 728 25.1 [59][83]
1999–00 Courtney Alexander G Sr Fresno State 27 252 58 107 669 24.8 [84][85]
2000–01 Ronnie McCollum G Sr Centenary 27 244 85 214 787 29.1 [86][87]
2001–02 Jason Conley G Fr VMI 28 285 79 171 820 29.3 [88][89]
2002–03 Ruben Douglas G Sr New Mexico 28 218 94 253 783 28.0 [90][91]
2003–04 Keydren Clark G So Saint Peter's 29 233 112 197 775 26.7 [92][93]
2004–05 Keydren Clark (2) G Jr Saint Peter's 28 230 109 152 721 25.8 [92][93]
2005–06 Adam Morrison F Jr Gonzaga 33 306 74 240 926 28.1 [29][94]
2006–07 Reggie Williams G Jr VMI 33 338 76 176 928 28.1 [6][7]
2007–08 Reggie Williams (2) G Sr VMI 25 269 43 114 695 27.8 [6][7]
2008–09 Stephen Curry G Jr Davidson 34 312 130 220 974 28.6 [95][96]
2009–10 Aubrey Coleman G Sr Houston 35 305 51 235 896 25.6 [97][98]
2010–11 Jimmer Fredette G Sr BYU 37 346 124 252 1,068 28.9 [99][100]
2011–12 Reggie Hamilton G Sr Oakland 36 281 118 262 942 26.2 [101][102]
2012–13 Erick Green G Sr Virginia Tech 32 261 61 218 801 25.0 [103]
2013–14 Doug McDermott F Sr Creighton 35 330 96 178 934 26.7 [104]
2014–15 Tyler Harvey G Jr Eastern Washington 32 230 128 150 738 23.1 [105]
2015–16 James Daniel III G Jr Howard 30 226 80 280 812 27.1 [106]
2016–17 Marcus Keene G Jr Central Michigan 32 313 125 208 959 30.0 [107]
2017–18 Trae Young G Fr Oklahoma 32 261 118 236 876 27.4 [108]
2018–19 Chris Clemons G Sr Campbell 33 304 139 246 993 30.1 [109]

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