Redick Breaks Career Three-Pointers Mark (Again)

Was Curtis Staples in the house Friday morning? No one seemed to notice, but J.J. Redick once again broke the NCAA record for career three pointers when he hit five against Miami. This time, it wasn’t Staples who J.J. passed though, it was St. Peters’ Keydren Clark who quietly passed J.J. last week. Their career stats here: Redick, Clark.
After today’s game against BC, Redick will probably be about eight threes ahead of Clark with just the NCAA Tournament to go. St. Peters might make the NIT, so Keydren still has a chance, albeit slight, to end his career at #1. Of course, he could end his career at #1 and still lose it a day or two later.

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