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Jay Wright’s Journey To 500 Wins: The Players

Jay Wright has put together some great teams over the years and recruited some of the games best players. But he relies on them just as much as they rely on him.

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Four Hundred and Ninety Eight. That’s how many wins Villanova’s head coach Jay Wright has amassed in his now 23rd season as a Division I men’s college basketball coach. That means he’s just two wins away from his 500th victory, a major milestone that only 62 other coaches have achieved. And Wright isn’t just approaching the mark, he’s about to burst through it Kool-Aid Man style.

We’ve discussed the big wins that have gotten Villanova’s beloved coach to this point in his career (see links above), but today we’re going to talk about the players who have made those wins possible. Wright has coached 109 players during his time as a head coach, and that doesn’t take into account a number of practice players, team managers, and other students he’s impacted who never officially laced up their sneakers for him. It also leaves out a decade of assistant coaching, when he would travel around the country to scout, coach, and mentor many of these young athletes. Needless to say, Wright’s impact goes far beyond these 109, but they are the ones who earned a spot on one of his teams.

To say that Jay recruited some great players to his teams would be an gross understatement. Through the first 22 seasons of his career, he’s coached 10 1st Team All-Conference players, 9 NBA players, 4 Big 5 Players of the Year, 4 Conference Players of the Year, 3 Big East Most Improved Players, 2 Big East 6th Men of the Year, 2 First Team All-Americans, 2 Players that had their jersey retired by the school, and 1 Big East Rookie of the Year. And that’s just the list so far. But each of his 109 players were important to Wright, not just the ones that earned awards.

On a Jay Wright team, every player contributes. It didn’t matter if you were the star of the team or the last man on the bench, you were there because you could make the team better. And that translated to the court. We’ll run through some of the best statistical players Wright’s ever had, but for a full rundown you can scroll to the bottom for a complete list of players and stats. It’s important to note that I’m only including player stats while they played under Wright. Also, because I have to write these up ahead of time, Saturday’s St. John’s game is not included in most of the stats.

Most Career Wins

Graduating Class Career Wins Four Year Players
Graduating Class Career Wins Four Year Players
Class of '17 119 Josh Hart, Kris Jenkins, Darryl Reynolds
Class of '16 117 Ryan Arcidiacono, Daniel Ochefu, Henry Lowe, Patrick Farell
Class of '09 102 Dante Cunningham, Dwayne Anderson, Shane Clark, Frank Tchuisi
Class of '10 99 Scottie Reynolds, Reggie Redding
Class of '11 98 Corey Fisher, Corey Stokes, Antonio Pena

The St. John’s victory gives this year’s seniors their 119th career win, the most in Villanova school history. At least for now. Wright’s teams have been on such an amazing streak lately that it’s not shocking the top five classes are all Wildcats. The groups of players listed above, especially this year’s crew, have helped Wright cement his legacy just as much as he’s helped them become some of the greatest players in Villanova history.

Most Points In A Career

Players School Games Points FG% 3P% FT%
Players School Games Points FG% 3P% FT%
Scottie Reynolds Villanova 139 2222 41.4% 37.3% 81.4%
Allan Ray Villanova 130 2025 40.3% 36.0% 81.8%
Speedy Claxton Hofstra 119 2015 46.7% 25.9% 75.0%
Randy Foye Villanova 131 1966 39.5% 32.3% 78.4%
Norm Richardson Hofstra 121 1677 41.0% 33.8% 66.6%
Josh Hart Villanova 133 1676 51.2% 38.5% 72.0%

By the time this is posted, it’s very likely that Josh Hart will have passed Norm Richardson for the 5th spot among Wright’s most prolific scorers. In total, Wright has had 21 1,000 career point scores, three of which reached 2,000 points. Excluding this year’s walk-ons, only one of Wright’s other 106 players didn’t score a single point during his time on the team. Dallas Ouano, who was on the team from 2011-’12, recorded just one steal in his short time with the team.

Most Points In A Season

Player School Year Games Points FG% 3P% FT%
Player School Year Games Points FG% 3P% FT%
Speedy Claxton Hofstra 1999-00 31 706 47.0% 38.1% 76.4%
Randy Foye Villanova 2005-06 33 677 41.1% 35.0% 79.1%
Josh Hart Villanova 2015-16 40 618 51.3% 35.7% 75.2%
Dante Cunningham Villanova 2008-09 38 612 52.5% 0.0% 69.7%
Allan Ray Villanova 2003-04 35 607 43.8% 39.2% 79.2%

A few things stood out to me on this list. The fact that Speedy Claxton was number one, by a lot, while playing in fewer games than the rest of the Top 10 on this list is mind boggling. I also never would have guessed that it was Donte Cunningham, not Scottie Reynolds, that led the team in scoring during their Final Four run. But what’s not surprising is that everyone on this list was, is, or soon will be an NBA player.

Best Career FG% (min 100 attempts)

Player School Games Points FGs FG% 3P% FT%
Player School Games Points FGs FG% 3P% FT%
Darryl Reynolds Villanova 111 312 114 75.9% 52.3%
Daniel Ochefu Villanova 141 1015 404 58.0% 0.0% 60.3%
Greg Springfield Hofstra 62 298 124 57.5% 0.0% 47.5%
Roberto Gittens Hofstra 124 1240 464 56.9% 0.0% 59.4%
Jason Fraser Villanova 110 653 206 56.5% 0.0% 63.7%

As usual, the big men dominate this category. Current “Center” Darryl Reynolds is putting up the best shooting percentage ever under Wright, and hopefully he’ll be able to keep those numbers for the rest of the season. A quick nod to Russell Wooten (100%), Casiem Drummond (67.5%), and Chris Eldredge (60%) who didn’t meet the minimum 100 attempts for this list.

Most 3-Pointers Made In A Career

Players School Games Points 3P FGs 3P% FG% FT%
Players School Games Points 3P FGs 3P% FG% FT%
Allan Ray Villanova 130 2025 312 36.0% 40.3% 81.8%
Scottie Reynolds Villanova 139 2222 287 37.3% 41.4% 81.4%
Corey Stokes Villanova 134 1315 264 38.2% 40.6% 87.4%
Ryan Arcidiacono Villanova 144 1604 261 36.0% 39.4% 79.4%
Mike Nardi Villanova 129 1306 251 37.6% 39.1% 81.2%
Kris Jenkins Villanova 133 1215 242 38.0% 40.9% 83.6%

It’s entirely possible that Jenkins breaks out of his slump with a career high 9 3-Pointers, so we’ll throw him onto this list for good measure. These guys could all really light it up from deep, and not surprisingly they all played during the “4 Guard” phase of Wright’s career. Shoot ‘Em Up, Sleep In The Streets!

Most 3-Pointers Made In A Season

Player School Season Games Points 3-Pointers 3P% FG% FT%
Player School Season Games Points 3-Pointers 3P% FG% FT%
Allan Ray Villanova 2005-06 32 591 107 0.372 0.389 0.889
Gary Buchanan Villanova 2001-02 32 571 101 0.423 0.424 0.911
Kris Jenkins Villanova 2015-16 40 545 100 0.386 0.459 0.845
Randy Foye Villanova 2005-06 33 677 89 0.35 0.411 0.791
Corey Stokes Villanova 2010-11 29 433 89 0.432 0.433 0.894

How insane is it that two of the Top 5 performances from behind the arc came in the same season? It just shows how deadly that 05-06 team was from deep. It’s also nice to see Gary Buchanan on this list, one of the key players Wright relied on when he took over at Villanova.

Best Career 3P% (min 100 attempts)

Players School Games Points 3P Made 3P % FG% FT%
Players School Games Points 3P Made 3P % FG% FT%
Gary Buchanan Villanova 58 971 189 41.6% 42.5% 87.4%
Jason Hernandez Hofstra 94 986 162 41.0% 45.1% 83.8%
Jalen Brunson Villanova 63 716 78 39.0% 50.1% 82.1%
Reggie Bryant Villanova 31 281 54 38.6% 39.0% 72.5%
Shane Clark Villanova 126 726 70 38.5% 44.1% 69.7%

Jalen Brunson hasn’t even completed his second season under Wright and he’s already one of the most efficient long bombers the coach has ever had. Based on those who have come before him, that % is more likely to go up than it is to go down.

17 different players beat out at least one of these Top 5, but didn’t reach the minimum requirement. Ricky Wright, Chris Eldredge, Ahmad Jackson, and Duane Posey all made the only 3-point attempt of they ever took for a career 100% average from deep. Malcolm Grant, the star of Villanova’s comeback win against LSU, shot 46.6% from deep in his time with the Wildcats. And finally, current members of Jay’s coaching staff Baker Dunleavy and Henry Lowe had career 3P%’s of 41.7% and 38.9% respectively.

Best Career FT% (min 100 attempts)

Row Labels Schools Games Points FT Made FT% FG% 3P%
Row Labels Schools Games Points FT Made FT% FG% 3P%
Corey Stokes Villanova 134 1315 225 87.4% 40.6% 38.2%
Gary Buchanan Villanova 58 971 158 87.4% 42.5% 41.6%
Phil Booth Villanova 79 508 102 87.2% 39.8% 36.7%
Mikal Bridges Villanova 63 492 90 85.0% 54.5% 35.9%
Maalik Wayns Villanova 95 1191 339 84.2% 41.6% 29.5%

With two current Wildcats holding down spots in Jay’s Top 5, it’s no wonder why the team is currently 4th Nationally in FT% (79.2%). In case you missed it, Mikal Bridges is pretty good at basketball. This also serves as a reminder of just how great Maalik Wayns was at getting to and converting from the line. A quick nod to Mislav Brzoja (100%), Tom Marich (100%), Franklin Barr (100%) and Tyrone Johnson (87.5%) who didn’t meet the minimum 100 attempts.

Most Rebounds In A Career

Player School Games Rebounds Points Blocks Assists Steals
Player School Games Rebounds Points Blocks Assists Steals
Daniel Ochefu Villanova 141 929 1015 182 185 109
Mouphtaou Yarou Villanova 120 836 1068 101 72 56
Dante Cunningham Villanova 139 819 1334 117 133 162
Roberto Gittens Hofstra 124 809 1240 138 102 86
Curtis Sumpter Villanova 124 794 1651 98 109 111

Not only was Daniel Ochefu one of the best big men Jay Wright’s ever had, he was the defensive lynch pin for the team that won the coach his first national championship. Not to be forgotten is Curtis Sumpter, one of the best all around athletes to ever play for Wright. Get excited Nova fans, because incoming freshman Jermaine Samuels is already getting compared to Sumpter as an athletic wing who can battle on the boards.

Most Rebounds In A Season

Player School Season Games Rebounds Points Blocks Assists Steals
Player School Season Games Rebounds Points Blocks Assists Steals
Daniel Ochefu Villanova 2014-15 36 305 332 50 55 31
Brooks Sales Villanova 2001-02 32 292 334 45 76 36
Dante Cunningham Villanova 2008-09 38 284 612 47 47 47
Daniel Ochefu Villanova 2015-16 37 278 371 57 63 29
Josh Hart Villanova 2015-16 40 270 618 10 77 46

Not surprisingly, Daniel Ochefu and Josh Hart combined for nearly 40% of the team’s rebounds during their championship season, good enough for two of the Top 5 individual performances in Wright’s career. Another great individual performance came from Brooks Sales in Jay’s first season as Villanova’s head coach. One more fun fact: Dante Cunningham and Josh Hart are the only two players to ever record 200 rebounds and 600 points in a single season under Wright. In both of those seasons, their teams made the Final Four.

Most Blocks In A Career

Player School Games Blocks Points Rebounds Assists Steals
Player School Games Blocks Points Rebounds Assists Steals
Daniel Ochefu Villanova 141 182 1015 929 185 109
Jason Fraser Villanova 110 172 653 637 61 37
Will Sheridan Villanova 133 146 673 727 87 110
Roberto Gittens Hofstra 124 138 1240 809 102 86
Dante Cunningham Villanova 139 117 1334 819 133 162

At 1.56 blocks per game, Jason Fraser was one of the greatest rim protectors Jay Wright ever had. Unfortunately, a career plagued with injuries severely cut into his games played and his minutes. Fraser will forever be one of those “what if” players who never reached their full potential.

Most Blocks In A Season

Player School Year Games Blocks Points Rebounds Assists Steals
Player School Year Games Blocks Points Rebounds Assists Steals
Jason Fraser Villanova 2004-05 28 67 181 188 12 10
Roberto Gittens Hofstra 1997-98 31 61 331 189 16 20
Daniel Ochefu Villanova 2015-16 37 57 371 278 63 29
Greg Springfield Hofstra 1999-00 31 53 129 193 12 19
Daniel Ochefu Villanova 2013-14 34 52 193 208 47 24

If Jason Fraser was Wright’s most talented shot blocker, then Daniel Ochefu was the most consistent. ‘Chef had at least 50 blocked shots in three of his four seasons at Nova, two of which make the Top 5 here. Gittens and Springfield from Hofstra also make the list, showing how valuable a true rim protector has always been to Jay Wright’s defense.

Most Assists In A Career

Player School Games Assists Points Rebounds Blocks Steals
Player School Games Assists Points Rebounds Blocks Steals
Speedy Claxton Hofstra 119 660 2015 566 33 288
Ryan Arcidiacono Villanova 144 535 1604 333 4 169
Corey Fisher Villanova 138 487 1672 334 10 174
Scottie Reynolds Villanova 139 482 2222 399 13 207
Darius Burton Hofstra 82 447 771 256 3 186

What else can you say about Speedy Claxton other than he’s arguably the greatest point guard to ever play for Jay Wright, and that’s saying something. Of all the players Wright’s ever had, he’s 1st in assists, 1st in steals, 3rd in scoring, and 13th in rebounding (AS A POINT GUARD!).

Also a nod to Wright’s first floor general, Darius Burton. While his numbers are slightly skewed because he only played three of his four years under Wright, only Claxton averaged more than Burton’s 5.4 assists per game for his career. In fact, it wasn’t even close with all other 107 players under Wright averaged less than 4 assists per game for their careers.

Most Assists In A Season

Player School Season Games Assists Points Rebounds Blocks Steals
Player School Season Games Assists Points Rebounds Blocks Steals
Speedy Claxton Hofstra 1997-98 31 224 504 144 8 67
Speedy Claxton Hofstra 1999-00 31 186 706 168 5 102
Darius Burton Hofstra 1994-95 28 181 334 96 1 70
Ryan Arcidiacono Villanova 2015-16 40 169 498 117 1 54
Darius Burton Hofstra 1995-96 27 169 282 90 1 71

If nothing else, these numbers show how important the point guard position is to Jay Wright’s offense. In his early seasons and during his best years with both Hofstra and Villanova, Wright’s floor generals put up career numbers. We’re seeing that again this season with how crucial Jalen Brunson has been to the team’s success.

Most Steals In A Career

Player School Games Steals Points Rebounds Blocks Assists
Player School Games Steals Points Rebounds Blocks Assists
Speedy Claxton Hofstra 119 288 2015 566 33 660
Scottie Reynolds Villanova 139 207 2222 399 13 482
Randy Foye Villanova 131 198 1966 625 52 416
Darius Burton Hofstra 82 186 771 256 3 447
Darrun Hilliard Villanova 132 176 1511 400 47 248

Nothing says “Jay Wright style of play” like turning defense into offense, and the steals category portrays that characteristic perfectly. That’s probably why these players have been five of the biggest fan favorites during Wright’s time as head coach. Speedy Claxton still holds the Hofstra records for career steals and assists. For Villanova, Scottie Reynolds (3rd), Randy Foye (6th), and Darrun Hilliard (T-7th) all finished Top 10 for most steals in school history.

Most Steals In A Season

Player School Season Games Steals Points Rebounds Assists Blocks
Player School Season Games Steals Points Rebounds Assists Blocks
Speedy Claxton Hofstra 1999-00 31 102 706 168 186 5
Kyle Lowry Villanova 2005-06 33 77 363 143 122 8
Darius Burton Hofstra 1995-96 27 71 282 90 169 1
Darius Burton Hofstra 1994-95 28 70 334 96 181 1
Speedy Claxton Hofstra 1998-99 30 69 399 131 159 16

It’s no shock to see Claxton and Burton dominating this list, speed and defense were their games. It’s also not a surprise to see Kyle Lowry so high on the list either. While he only spent two seasons at Villanova, his sophomore year was quite impressive. Lowry racked up the 3rd most steals in a season in school history, just behind legends Kerry Kittles and Harold Pressley.

And now, as promised, here are the full stats for Jay Wright’s players as compiled from www.sports-reference.com. Be sure to come back after Villanova’s next victory as we’ll take a look at Jay Wright’s coaching tree.

Jay Wright’s Players 1994-2017

Player School Games Seasons Points FGs FG% 3P FGs 3P% FTs FT% Rebounds Blocks Assists Steals
Player School Games Seasons Points FGs FG% 3P FGs 3P% FTs FT% Rebounds Blocks Assists Steals
Abdou Sylla Hofstra 73 3 156 57 48.4% 0 42 49.5% 249 19 24 45
Ahmad Jackson Hofstra 49 2 310 131 49.2% 1 100.0% 47 52.7% 196 24 14 17
Allan Ray Villanova 130 4 2025 658 40.3% 312 36.0% 397 81.8% 419 18 255 138
Andreas Bloch Villanova 57 3 102 37 28.4% 21 24.4% 7 62.5% 64 6 17 6
Andrew Ott Villanova 4 1 3 1 25.0% 0 0.0% 1 50.0% 5 0 0 0
Andrew Sullivan Villanova 60 2 323 114 48.2% 4 34.3% 91 63.0% 287 39 87 49
Anthony Davis Hofstra 98 4 537 174 33.5% 106 29.3% 83 68.8% 144 3 66 45
Antonio Pena Villanova 138 4 1100 410 50.8% 4 14.6% 276 69.1% 770 67 152 95
Ash Yacoubou Villanova 57 2 148 52 37.3% 32 32.9% 12 75.0% 105 3 24 13
B.J. Johnson Villanova 16 1 13 2 22.2% 0 0.0% 9 75.0% 8 0 3 6
Baker Dunleavy Villanova 28 3 28 8 41.7% 4 41.7% 8 83.3% 12 0 5 4
Bilal Benn Villanova 48 2 78 26 47.5% 0 0.0% 26 63.8% 57 1 23 20
Brooks Sales Villanova 32 1 334 112 53.8% 1 50.0% 109 75.2% 292 45 76 36
Casiem Drummond Villanova 42 3 138 58 67.5% 0 22 58.4% 136 14 12 15
Chris Charles Villanova 91 4 160 67 50.5% 0 26 51.7% 167 45 11 15
Chris Eldredge Hofstra 4 1 7 3 60.0% 1 100.0% 0 2 0 0 1
Chris Johnke Hofstra 36 2 36 11 49.3% 0 14 46.2% 45 0 3 2
Chris Parsons Hofstra 44 2 250 86 48.1% 19 19.4% 59 66.0% 166 3 63 25
Corey Fisher Villanova 138 4 1672 530 41.2% 161 34.3% 451 77.0% 334 10 487 174
Corey Stokes Villanova 134 4 1315 413 40.6% 264 38.2% 225 87.4% 438 34 123 88
Curtis Sumpter Villanova 124 4 1651 567 45.9% 121 33.9% 396 77.2% 794 98 109 111
Dallas Ouano Villanova 5 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1
Daniel Ochefu Villanova 141 4 1015 404 58.0% 0 0.0% 207 60.3% 929 182 185 109
Danny Walker Hofstra 54 2 215 76 45.6% 12 20.8% 51 66.7% 120 25 19 30
Dante Cunningham Villanova 139 4 1334 514 51.3% 1 50.0% 305 64.0% 819 117 133 162
Darius Burton Hofstra 82 3 771 253 42.8% 22 24.6% 243 72.0% 256 3 447 186
Darrun Hilliard Villanova 132 4 1511 491 42.6% 209 35.2% 320 75.5% 400 47 248 176
Darryl Reynolds Villanova 111 4 312 114 75.9% 0 84 52.3% 358 61 31 28
Denny Grace Villanova 6 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0
Derrick Snowden Villanova 89 3 676 253 42.7% 71 35.6% 99 60.8% 201 10 260 124
Dominic Cheek Villanova 97 3 742 244 40.4% 95 31.2% 159 74.0% 318 22 79 71
Donte DiVincenzo Villanova 32 2 176 61 35.5% 24 24.0% 30 71.4% 85 7 38 20
Duane Posey Hofstra 88 3 704 248 47.2% 1 100.0% 207 71.7% 551 48 36 57
Dwayne Anderson Villanova 98 4 574 203 42.9% 70 33.6% 98 72.1% 389 26 81 107
Dylan Ennis Villanova 66 2 508 170 38.5% 83 33.2% 85 70.3% 184 24 175 43
Dylan Painter Villanova 11 1 5 1 12.5% 0 0.0% 3 50.0% 13 0 0 1
Eric Paschall Villanova 23 1 160 61 46.9% 14 28.0% 24 63.2% 90 10 14 10
Frank Tchuisi Villanova 53 4 29 9 26.0% 0 11 51.3% 29 5 2 1
Franklin Barr Hofstra 10 1 6 2 28.6% 0 2 100.0% 6 4 0 2
Gary Buchanan Villanova 58 2 971 312 42.5% 189 41.6% 158 87.4% 226 14 122 79
Greg Springfield Hofstra 62 2 298 124 57.5% 0 0.0% 50 47.5% 420 92 34 32
Henry Lowe Villanova 42 4 8 3 38.1% 2 38.9% 0 0.0% 3 0 3 2
Ian Kelly Hofstra 3 1 2 1 50.0% 0 2 0 0 0
Isaiah Armwood Villanova 61 2 145 52 48.2% 1 50.0% 40 61.3% 178 35 16 22
Jair Veldhuis Villanova 5 1 6 2 33.3% 0 2 66.7% 2 3 0 1
Jalen Brunson Villanova 63 2 716 242 50.1% 78 39.0% 154 82.1% 126 0 198 51
James Bell Villanova 122 4 1046 344 40.9% 190 35.5% 168 78.3% 493 47 143 111
James Parisi Hofstra 61 3 377 138 39.4% 18 19.0% 83 44.4% 212 13 53 45
Jamil Greene Hofstra 52 2 355 141 51.3% 2 13.3% 71 73.1% 269 48 10 25
Jason Colenda Villanova 27 3 2 0 0.0% 0 2 50.0% 5 0 2 1
Jason Fraser Villanova 110 4 653 206 56.5% 0 0.0% 241 63.7% 637 172 61 37
Jason Hernandez Hofstra 94 3 986 328 45.1% 162 41.0% 168 83.8% 203 13 296 126
JayVaughn Pinkston Villanova 136 4 1590 495 46.2% 33 22.4% 567 72.5% 737 78 182 113
Jeff Fox Hofstra 44 3 6 1 8.3% 0 0.0% 4 75.0% 5 0 8 3
Jim Shaffer Hofstra 28 1 367 103 39.8% 22 31.9% 139 78.1% 122 2 50 30
Joe Brown Hofstra 56 2 459 182 43.0% 1 25.0% 94 58.9% 197 38 48 57
Joel Suarez Hofstra 29 1 189 67 45.3% 23 34.3% 32 68.1% 25 0 29 21
John Mavroukas Hofstra 22 1 332 114 43.5% 60 38.0% 44 74.6% 50 0 23 32
Josh Hart Villanova 133 4 1676 591 51.2% 179 38.5% 315 72.0% 732 39 236 139
Kevin Rafferty Villanova 30 2 8 4 53.4% 0 0.0% 0 0.0% 6 0 0 0
Kris Jenkins Villanova 133 4 1215 381 40.9% 242 38.0% 211 83.6% 382 40 184 87
Kyle Lowry Villanova 57 2 543 181 44.4% 13 33.6% 168 71.1% 219 13 171 108
Lance Dunkley Hofstra 46 2 123 38 55.2% 0 47 65.1% 88 4 8 8
Lars Grubler Hofstra 48 2 167 58 52.6% 0 0.0% 51 52.7% 156 23 10 5
Lawrence Thomas Hofstra 42 2 498 193 43.3% 25 24.8% 87 67.0% 122 3 53 37
Lou Ruskey Villanova 18 2 3 1 50.0% 1 50.0% 0 4 0 2 0
Maalik Wayns Villanova 95 3 1191 379 41.6% 94 29.5% 339 84.2% 252 3 323 87
Malcolm Grant Villanova 29 1 163 46 39.0% 34 46.6% 37 84.1% 22 0 40 3
Marc Petit Hofstra 34 2 74 27 47.8% 0 20 25.7% 64 20 6 7
Marcus Austin Villanova 89 4 167 55 29.0% 0 57 58.7% 164 27 33 22
Markus Kennedy Villanova 31 1 94 46 45.5% 1 50.0% 1 6.3% 137 13 21 17
Matt Carpenter Hofstra 42 2 93 42 33.5% 4 14.3% 5 65.0% 85 11 9 10
Matt Kennedy Villanova 5 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0
Maurice Sutton Villanova 109 4 300 106 49.6% 0 0.0% 88 60.6% 285 100 30 28
Mikal Bridges Villanova 63 2 492 174 54.5% 54 35.9% 90 85.0% 240 41 87 82
Mike Claxton Villanova 21 2 8 3 30.0% 0 0.0% 2 50.0% 8 0 2 6
Mike Feeley Hofstra 52 3 42 14 34.9% 10 31.5% 4 43.8% 21 2 4 4
Mike Nardi Villanova 129 4 1306 423 39.1% 251 37.6% 209 81.2% 285 13 423 115
Mike Renfro Hofstra 62 2 341 105 36.7% 58 31.4% 73 70.4% 143 5 119 35
Mislav Brzoja Villanova 17 1 2 0 0.0% 0 0.0% 2 100.0% 6 0 4 1
Mouphtaou Yarou Villanova 120 4 1068 384 50.8% 1 50.0% 299 71.0% 836 101 72 56
Nick McMahon Villanova 16 3 2 1 25.0% 0 0.0% 0 1 0 1 1
Norm Richardson Hofstra 121 4 1677 585 41.0% 192 33.8% 315 66.6% 598 32 250 128
Patrick Farrell Villanova 42 4 11 3 30.0% 3 30.0% 2 41.7% 8 0 2 3
Phil Booth Villanova 79 3 508 166 39.8% 74 36.7% 102 87.2% 144 6 142 41
Randy Foye Villanova 131 4 1966 682 39.5% 213 32.3% 389 78.4% 625 52 416 198
Reggie Bryant Villanova 31 1 281 99 39.0% 54 38.6% 29 72.5% 72 3 55 13
Reggie Redding Villanova 124 4 681 241 39.0% 51 28.1% 148 65.5% 451 49 258 137
Rick Apodaca Hofstra 61 2 584 206 39.2% 79 32.0% 93 65.4% 173 14 130 73
Ricky Wright Villanova 60 2 788 281 52.4% 1 100.0% 225 73.6% 474 43 80 46
Rob Ogden Hofstra 41 2 302 100 37.3% 40 35.1% 62 60.9% 90 7 32 21
Roberto Gittens Hofstra 124 4 1240 464 56.9% 0 0.0% 312 59.4% 809 138 102 86
Ross Condon Villanova 29 4 11 4 23.8% 1 33.3% 2 50.0% 12 0 9 5
Russell Wooten Villanova 29 3 4 2 100.0% 0 0 0.0% 6 0 0 0
Ryan Arcidiacono Villanova 144 4 1604 487 39.4% 261 36.0% 369 79.4% 333 4 535 169
Scottie Reynolds Villanova 139 4 2222 652 41.4% 287 37.3% 631 81.4% 399 13 482 207
Seth Meyers Hofstra 25 1 266 101 44.9% 21 41.2% 43 68.3% 112 6 40 34
Shane Clark Villanova 126 4 726 254 44.1% 70 38.5% 148 69.7% 460 46 106 74
Speedy Claxton Hofstra 119 4 2015 705 46.7% 65 25.9% 540 75.0% 566 33 660 288
Stanley Martin Hofstra 7 1 47 15 26.3% 8 23.5% 9 81.8% 20 1 3 7
Taylor King Villanova 32 1 237 83 42.1% 40 36.4% 31 73.8% 169 15 18 23
Tim Beckett Hofstra 104 4 705 241 36.9% 158 34.1% 65 62.3% 431 25 77 73
Tim Delaney Villanova 7 1 3 1 50.0% 1 50.0% 0 2 0 0 0
Tom Grace Villanova 39 4 13 4 55.0% 4 56.3% 1 25.0% 6 0 5 1
Tom Leibig Villanova 5 1 0 0 0 0 0.0% 2 0 0 0
Tom Marich Hofstra 57 4 28 10 25.0% 6 12.5% 2 100.0% 10 0 8 4
Tony Chennault Villanova 68 2 214 72 37.2% 7 14.0% 63 68.7% 107 2 113 50
Tyrone Johnson Villanova 32 1 107 33 31.1% 6 23.1% 35 87.5% 33 2 65 19
Will Sheridan Villanova 133 4 673 247 49.4% 2 58.4% 177 71.5% 727 146 87 110