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JayVaughn Pinkston hits 1,000 Career Points at Villanova

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Michael Hickey

In Wednesday night's victory over Seton Hall, junior JayVaughn Pinkston joined an elite group at Villanova.

With a dunk in the waning moments of the game, the Brooklyn native became the 57th player in Wildcat History to join the 1,000 Point Club.

If Pinkston is to finish a four-year career at Villanova in the Top 10 he would need to average 17.25 points in 50 more games.

Rank Player Years Games FG FT Total Avg
1 Kerry Kittles (1992-96) 122 821 323 2,243 18.4
2 Scottie Reynolds (2006-2010) 139 658 631 2,222 16
3 Keith Herron (1974-78) 117 918 334 2,170 18.5
4 Bob Schafer (1951-55) 111 726 642 2,094 18.9
5 Doug West (1985-89) 138 779 336 2,037 14.8
6 Howard Porter (1968-71) 89 828 370 2,026 22.8
7 Allan Ray (2002-06) 130 658 397 2,025 15.6
8 John Pinone (1979-83) 126 697 630 2,024 16.1
9 Randy Foye (2002-06) 131 682 389 1,966 15
10 Ed Pinckney (1981-85) 129 637 591 1,865 14.4
11 Gary Buchanan (1999-03) 122 569 324 1,799 14.8
12 Larry Hennessy (1950-53) 75 720 297 1,737 23.2
13 Corey Fisher (2007-11) 137 523 447 1,652 12.1
14 Curtis Sumpter (2002-07) 124 567 396 1,651 13.3
15 Paul Arizin (1947-50) 82 589 470 1,648 20.1
16 Alex Bradley (1977-81) 111 617 400 1,634 14.7
17 Tom Ingelsby (1970-73) 87 632 352 1,616 18.6
18 Bill Melchionni (1963-66) 84 646 320 1,612 19.2
19 Hubie White (1959-62) 78 624 360 1,608 20.6
20 Harold Pressley (1982-86) 135 612 348 1,572 11.6
21 Johnny Jones (1966-69) 80 618 332 1,568 19.6
22 Jason Lawson (1993-97) 131 534 497 1,565 12.1
23 Larry Herron (1973-77) 104 692 169 1,553 14.9
24 Dwayne McClain (1981-85) 125 643 248 1,544 12.4
25 Tom Greis (1986-90) 134 603 298 1,504 11.2
26 Lance Miller (1989-93) 121 527 414 1,468 12.1
27 Chris Ford (1969-72) 91 574 285 1,433 15.7
28 Wali Jones (1961-64) 85 581 266 1,428 16.8
29 Alvin Williams (1993-97) 131 485 320 1,423 11
30 Eric Eberz (1992-96) 120 495 182 1,397 11.6
31 Kenny Wilson (1985-89) 137 452 410 1,390 10.1
32 Dante Cunningham (2005-09) 139 514 305 1,334 9.7
33 Greg Woodard (1988-92) 128 378 369 1,312 10.2
34 Reggie Robinson (1974-78) 119 537 235 1,309 11
35 Stewart Granger (1979-83) 125 498 311 1,307 10.5
36 Mike Nardi (2003-07) 129 423 209 1,306 10.1
37 Corey Stokes (2007-11) 133 409 223 1,301 9.8
38 Tom Sienkiewicz (1977-81) 115 525 221 1,271 11.1
39 Jack Devine (1951-55) 113 485 293 1,263 11.2
40 John Celestand (1995-1999) 124 420 242 1,227 9.9
41 Hank Siemionkowski (1969-72) 90 474 276 1,224 13.6
42 Ricky Wright (1999-2003) 124 437 355 1,221 9.8
43 Mark Plansky (1984-88) 134 456 240 1,217 9.1
44 Maalik Wayns (2009-12) 95 379 339 1,191 12.5
45 Rory Sparrow (1976-80) 124 489 205 1,183 9.5
46 Jim Huggard (1958-61) 75 471 242 1,184 15.8
47 Harold Jensen (1983-87) 130 450 203 1,155 8.9
48 Jim Washington (1962-65) 85 469 208 1,146 13.5
49 Malik Allen (1996-00) 125 435 261 1,131 9
50 Joe Lord (1941-43, 1945-47) 71 462 201 1,124 15.8
51 Howard Brown (1995-1999) 127 407 169 1,122 8.8
51 John Olive (1973-77) 113 390 342 1,122 9.9
53 Antonio Pena (2007-11) 137 407 275 1,093 8
54 Mouphtaou Yarou (2009-13) 120 384 299 1,068 8.9
55 Brooks Sales (1998-2002) 123 359 295 1,015 8.3
56 Jimmy Smith (1953-57) 80 360 294 1,014 12.7
57 JayVaughn Pinkston (2011- current) 81 311 351 1,003 12.4

Congrats JayVaughn! Do you think Pinkston can finish in the Top 10 career scorers?