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    Quote Originally Posted by SWZag View Post

    Career Assists
    1. Matt Santangelo – 668
    2. Blake Stepp – 640
    3. Jeremy Pargo – 589
    4. Josh Perkins – 570 (99 assists until Josh breaks the GU all-time assist record)
    At his current pace, Josh would break the record against San Diego in a home game. There are home games following the USD game against USF and SMC. I would love for Josh to break the record in one of those home games and I would love for him to be honored during or after the game for doing so!

    Josh will also have the opportunity to break the single season assist record and if he maintains his current average assists per game, that could happen during Gonzaga's final home games, maybe even on senior night?!?!

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    Quote Originally Posted by former1dog View Post
    At his current pace, Josh would break the record against San Diego in a home game. There are home games following the USD game against USF and SMC. I would love for Josh to break the record in one of those home games and I would love for him to be honored during or after the game for doing so!

    Josh will also have the opportunity to break the single season assist record and if he maintains his current average assists per game, that could happen during Gonzaga's final home games, maybe even on senior night?!?!
    Just my opinion: If it happens at home, I'd suggest merely a PA acknowledgement of Josh' accomplishment during the subsequent media timeout. After the game would be more appropriate for more formal recognition of this milestone at which time Josh could have opportunity to speak.
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    A bounce back win against Texas - Arlington brings the GU record to 10-2.


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    A new not-so-official record book stat:

    2018- 2019 GUBoards GUnit Award Winners
    1t. Brandon Clarke: 4 (Texas Southern, Texas A&M, North Dakota State, Texas Arlington)
    1t. Rui Hachimura: 4 (Idaho State, Arizona, Duke, Washington)
    3t. Jeremy Jones: 1 (Illinois)
    3t. Josh Perkins: 1 (Creighton)
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    • Perkins: 10 points, four assists, one steal and two 3-pointer made. He ties Gary Bell ('12 - '15) at #7 all-time in career 3-pointers made with 219. The win moves him past Sam Dower ('11 - '14), moving him up to sole possession of 7th in career wins. Perkins continues to lead the nation in assists.
    • Hachimura: 20 points.
    • Norvell: Nine points, one steal and one 3-pointer made.
    • Clarke: Three blocks and went 7 for 12 from the field. Brandon's 39 blocks on the season is currently tied at #3 with Tacko Fall (UCF) on the NCAA blocked shots list for the current season.
    • Tillie: DNP



    Mark Few Wins: 542


    Career Points
    1. Frank Burgess – 2,196
    2. Jim McPhee – 2,015
    3. Adam Morrison – 1,867
    4. Elias Harris – 1,857
    5. Kevin Pangos – 1,824
    6. Matt Santangelo – 1,810
    7. Ronny Turiaf – 1,723
    8. Matt Bouldin – 1,683
    9. Blake Stepp – 1,670
    10. Jeff Brown – 1,646
    11. Richie Frahm – 1,621
    12. Jerry Vermillion – 1,547
    13. Casey Calvary – 1,509
    14. Rich Evans – 1,507
    15. Przemek Karnowski – 1,495
    16. Derek Raivio – 1,456
    17. Gary Lechman – 1,452
    18. Steven Gray – 1,432
    19. Doug Spradley – 1,427
    20. Kyle Wiltjer – 1,374
    21. Bill Suter – 1,354
    22. Cory Violette – 1,342
    23. John Stockton – 1,340
    24. Gary Bell Jr – 1,291
    25. Josh Perkins – 1,286
    26. Sam Dower – 1,271
    27. Robert Sacre – 1,270
    28. Jeremy Pargo – 1,245
    29. Bill Wilson – 1,226
    30. Josh Heytvelt – 1,172
    31. Matt Stanford – 1,171
    32. Greg Sten – 1,168
    33. Zach Gourde – 1,143
    34. Dan Dickau – 1,125
    35. Jack Curran – 1,121
    36. Frank Walter – 1,083
    37. Jon Kinloch – 1,071
    38. Bryce McPhee – 1,060
    39. Jarrod Davis – 1,054
    40. John Rillie – 1,038
    41. Jeff Condill – 1,004
    42. Domantas Sabonis – 1,002
    NR. Rui Hachimura - 760
    NR. Zach Norvell, Jr - 677
    NR. Killian Tillie - 603


    Single Season Field Goal Percentage
    1. Brandon Clarke – 69.5% (’18 - ’19)
    2. Domantas Sabonis – 66.8% (’14 - ‘15)
    3. Casey Calvary – 65.8% (’98 - ‘99)
    4. Zach Collins – 65.2% (’16 - ‘17)
    5. Bill Dunlap – 63.6% (’80 - ‘81)
    6. Zach Gourde – 63.0% (’99 - ‘00)
    7t. Zach Gourde – 62.9% (’00 - ‘01)
    7t. Scott Snider – 62.9% (’95 - ‘96)
    7t. Kelly Olynyk – 62.9% (’12 - ‘13)
    10. Przemek Karnowski – 62.2% (’14 - ‘15)


    Career 3-Pointers Made
    1. Kevin Pangos – 322
    2. Blake Stepp – 288
    3. Richie Frahm – 280
    4. Matt Santangelo – 252
    5. Derek Raivio – 243
    6. John Rillie – 230
    7t. Gary Bell, Jr – 219
    7t. Josh Perkins – 219
    9. Steven Gray – 210
    10. Dan Dickau – 188
    11. Matt Bouldin – 187
    12. Kyle Bankhead – 169
    13. Kyle Wiltjer – 158
    14. Jon Kinloch – 157
    15. Silas Melson – 154
    16. Jarrod Davis – 133
    17. Adam Morrison – 128
    18. Doug Spradley – 114
    19. Zach Norvell, Jr – 113
    20. Micah Downs – 111
    21. Quentin Hall – 100
    22. Kyle Dranginis – 95


    Career Assists
    1. Matt Santangelo – 668
    2. Blake Stepp – 640
    3. Jeremy Pargo – 589
    4. Josh Perkins – 574 (95 assists until Josh breaks the GU all-time assist record)
    5. John Stockton – 554
    6. Kevin Pangos – 536
    7. Matt Bouldin – 444
    8. David Stockton – 423
    9. Derek Raivio – 356
    10. Steven Gray – 339
    11. Geoff Goss – 335
    12. Doug Spradley – 324
    13. Don Baldwin – 313
    14. Jim McPhee – 305
    15. Kyle Dixon – 303
    16t. Dan Dickau – 299
    16t. Kyle Dranginis – 299


    Single Season Assists
    1. Matt Santangelo – 225 ('99 - '00)
    2. Blake Stepp – 207 ('03 - '04)
    3. John Stockton – 201 ('83 - '84)
    4. Jeremy Pargo – 199 ('07 - '08)
    5. Blake Stepp – 198 ('02 - '03)
    6. Josh Perkins – 196 ('17 - '18)
    7t. Matt Santangelo – 184 ('98 - '99)
    7t. John Stockton – 184 ('82 - 83)
    9. Kevin Pangos – 181 ('14 - '15)
    10. Nigel Williams-Goss – 179 ('16 - '17)
    11. Kyle Dixon – 172 ('95 - '96)
    12. Jeremy Pargo – 167 ('08 - '09)
    NR. Josh Perkins – 96 ('18 - '19)


    NCAA 2018 - 2019 Assist Leaders
    1. Josh Perkins (Gonzaga) – 96
    2. Cassius Winston (Michigan State) – 87
    3t. Ja Morant (Murray State) – 86
    3t. Marcus Stroman (Louisiana) – 86
    5. Colbey Ross (Pepperdine) - 83


    Career Steals
    1. John Stockton – 262
    2. Kevin Pangos – 177
    3t. Jeremy Pargo – 170
    3t. Matt Bouldin – 170
    5. David Stockton – 167
    6. Doug Spradley – 159
    7. Derek Raivio – 158
    8. Steven Gray – 155
    9. Blake Stepp – 152
    10. Josh Perkins – 142
    11. Geoff Goss – 139
    12. Tim Wagoner – 131
    13. Elias Harris – 123
    14t. Jeff Condill – 116
    14t. Kyle Dranginis – 116
    16. Matt Santangelo – 115
    NR. Zach Norvell, Jr – 60


    Career Blocked Shots
    1. Casey Calvary – 207
    2. Robert Sacre – 186
    3. Ronny Turiaf – 179
    4. Przemek Karnowski – 152
    5. Austin Daye – 124
    6. Tim Ruff – 99
    7. Josh Heytvelt – 95
    8. Zach Gourde – 86
    9. Cory Violette – 85
    10. Mark Spink – 80
    11. Abdullahi Kuso – 77
    12. Johnathan Williams – 76
    13. Sam Dower – 75
    14t. Paul Rogers – 72
    14t. Elias Harris – 72
    16. Marc Armstead – 70
    NR. Brandon Clarke – 39 (including San Jose State - 154)


    Single-Season Blocked Shots
    1. Austin Daye – 70 ('08 - '09)
    2. Zach Collins – 69 ('16 - '17)
    3. Robert Sacre – 66 ('10 - '11)
    4. Robert Sacre – 65 ('09 - '10)
    5. Przemek Karnowski – 62 ('13 - '14)
    6. Ronny Turiaf – 59 ('04 - '05)
    7t. Casey Calvary – 57 ('98 - '99)
    7t. Casey Calvary – 57 ('99 - '00)
    9. Austin Daye – 54 ('07 - '08)
    10. Ronny Turiaf – 49 ('02 - '03)
    NR. Brandon Clarke – 39 ('18 - '19)


    NCAA 2018 - 2019 Blocked Shots Leaders
    1. Brandon Gilbeck (Western Illinois) – 45
    2. Kylor Kelley (Oregon State) – 40
    3t. Brandon Clarke (Gonzaga) – 39
    3t. Tacko Fall (UCF) – 39
    5. Jalyn Hinton (Jacksonville) – 35


    Career Rebounds
    1. Jerry Vermillion – 1670
    2. Elias Harris – 979
    3. Gary Lechman – 910
    4. Cory Violette – 880
    5. Ronny Turiaf – 859
    6. Przemek Karnowski – 819
    7. Greg Sten – 783
    8. Casey Calvary – 757
    9. Domantas Sabonis – 694
    10. Robert Sacre – 679
    11. Jim Dixon – 666
    12. Charlie Jordan – 642
    13. Jim Grady – 634
    14. Bill Quigg – 630
    15. Larry Brown – 604
    16. Frank Burgess – 595
    17. Joe Clayton – 593
    NR. Killian Tillie – 319


    Career Wins
    1. Przemek Karnowski – 137
    2. Silas Melson – 126
    3t. Kevin Pangos – 122
    3t. Kyle Dranginis – 122
    5. Gary Bell – 116
    6. David Stockton – 112
    7. Josh Perkins – 111
    8. Sam Dower – 110
    9. Elias Harris – 108
    10. Cory Violette – 107
    11t. Ronny Turiaf – 106
    11t. Sean Mallon – 106


    100-Point Games In a Season
    1. 2017 - 2018 – 6 (Howard, Florida, Incarnate Word, IUPUI, Santa Clara, Portland)
    2t. 1963 - 1964 – 4 (Eastern Washington, Eastern Montana, Portland, Montana)
    2t. 2018 - 2019 – 4 (Idaho State, Texas Southern, North Dakota State, Creighton)



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    That's crazy how closely career points and career made 3's line up for GBJ and Perkins!

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    Three convincing wins move GU to 13-2 heading into conference play. GU set several records in beating Denver 101 - 40 (Field Goal Percentage - Half: 84.6% and largest margin of victory: 61). They also handled North Alabama (96 - 51) and Cal-State - Bakersfield (89 - 54). Next up is Santa Clara at home. Fairly predictable outcome, but it’s “Game On!”


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    A new not-so-official record book stat:

    2018- 2019 GUBoards GUnit Award Winners
    1. Brandon Clarke: 6 (Texas Southern, Texas A&M, North Dakota State, Texas Arlington, Denver, North Alabama)
    2. Rui Hachimura: 4 (Idaho State, Arizona, Duke, Washington)
    3. Jeremy Jones: 2 (Illinois, Cal-State - Bakersfield)
    4. Josh Perkins: 1 (Creighton)
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    • Perkins: Combined for 28 points, 10 assists, four steals and five 3-pointer made. Josh moves ahead of Gary Bell (’12 - ’15) in career points, up to #24. He also passes Gary in career 3-pointers made, moving into sole possession of 7th place. Josh now ranks 6th in career wins, passing David Stockton (’11 - ’14). Perkins continues to lead the nation in assists, although now tied for the lead.
    • Hachimura: Totaled 59 points.
    • Norvell: Combined for 38 points, seven steals and nine 3-pointer made. Zach passes Doug Spradley (‘86 - ’89) in career 3-pointers made, moving up one spot to #18.
    • Clarke: Eight blocks and went 23 for 33 from the field. Combined with his time at San Jose State, Brandon has passed 1,000 career points. Brandon's 47 blocks on the season is currently ranks him 3rd with on the NCAA blocked shots list. Brandon also is in a 6th place tie in NCAA offensive rebounding on the season, pulling down 52.
    • Tillie: DNP



    Mark Few Wins: 548


    Career Points
    1. Frank Burgess – 2,196
    2. Jim McPhee – 2,015
    3. Adam Morrison – 1,867
    4. Elias Harris – 1,857
    5. Kevin Pangos – 1,824
    6. Matt Santangelo – 1,810
    7. Ronny Turiaf – 1,723
    8. Matt Bouldin – 1,683
    9. Blake Stepp – 1,670
    10. Jeff Brown – 1,646
    11. Richie Frahm – 1,621
    12. Jerry Vermillion – 1,547
    13. Casey Calvary – 1,509
    14. Rich Evans – 1,507
    15. Przemek Karnowski – 1,495
    16. Derek Raivio – 1,456
    17. Gary Lechman – 1,452
    18. Steven Gray – 1,432
    19. Doug Spradley – 1,427
    20. Kyle Wiltjer – 1,374
    21. Bill Suter – 1,354
    22. Cory Violette – 1,342
    23. John Stockton – 1,340
    24. Josh Perkins – 1,314
    25. Gary Bell Jr – 1,291
    26. Sam Dower – 1,271
    27. Robert Sacre – 1,270
    28. Jeremy Pargo – 1,245
    29. Bill Wilson – 1,226
    30. Josh Heytvelt – 1,172
    31. Matt Stanford – 1,171
    32. Greg Sten – 1,168
    33. Zach Gourde – 1,143
    34. Dan Dickau – 1,125
    35. Jack Curran – 1,121
    36. Frank Walter – 1,083
    37. Jon Kinloch – 1,071
    38. Bryce McPhee – 1,060
    39. Jarrod Davis – 1,054
    40. John Rillie – 1,038
    41. Jeff Condill – 1,004
    42. Domantas Sabonis – 1,002
    NR. Rui Hachimura – 819
    NR. Zach Norvell, Jr –715
    NR. Killian Tillie – 603
    NR. Brandon Clarke – 256 (Including San Jose State – 1,038)


    Single Season Field Goal Percentage
    1. Brandon Clarke – 69.5% (’18 - ’19)
    2. Domantas Sabonis – 66.8% (’14 - ‘15)
    3. Casey Calvary – 65.8% (’98 - ‘99)
    4. Zach Collins – 65.2% (’16 - ‘17)
    5. Bill Dunlap – 63.6% (’80 - ‘81)
    6. Zach Gourde – 63.0% (’99 - ‘00)
    7t. Zach Gourde – 62.9% (’00 - ‘01)
    7t. Scott Snider – 62.9% (’95 - ‘96)
    7t. Kelly Olynyk – 62.9% (’12 - ‘13)
    10. Przemek Karnowski – 62.2% (’14 - ‘15)


    Career 3-Pointers Made
    1. Kevin Pangos – 322
    2. Blake Stepp – 288
    3. Richie Frahm – 280
    4. Matt Santangelo – 252
    5. Derek Raivio – 243
    6. John Rillie – 230
    7. Josh Perkins – 224
    8. Gary Bell, Jr – 219
    9. Steven Gray – 210
    10. Dan Dickau – 188
    11. Matt Bouldin – 187
    12. Kyle Bankhead – 169
    13. Kyle Wiltjer – 158
    14. Jon Kinloch – 157
    15. Silas Melson – 154
    16. Jarrod Davis – 133
    17. Adam Morrison – 128
    18. Zach Norvell, Jr – 122
    19. Doug Spradley – 114
    20. Micah Downs – 111
    21. Quentin Hall – 100
    22. Kyle Dranginis – 95


    Career Assists
    1. Matt Santangelo – 668
    2. Blake Stepp – 640
    3. Jeremy Pargo – 589
    4. Josh Perkins – 584 (85 assists until Josh breaks the GU all-time assist record)
    5. John Stockton – 554
    6. Kevin Pangos – 536
    7. Matt Bouldin – 444
    8. David Stockton – 423
    9. Derek Raivio – 356
    10. Steven Gray – 339
    11. Geoff Goss – 335
    12. Doug Spradley – 324
    13. Don Baldwin – 313
    14. Jim McPhee – 305
    15. Kyle Dixon – 303
    16t. Dan Dickau – 299
    16t. Kyle Dranginis – 299


    Single Season Assists
    1. Matt Santangelo – 225 ('99 - '00)
    2. Blake Stepp – 207 ('03 - '04)
    3. John Stockton – 201 ('83 - '84)
    4. Jeremy Pargo – 199 ('07 - '08)
    5. Blake Stepp – 198 ('02 - '03)
    6. Josh Perkins – 196 ('17 - '18)
    7t. Matt Santangelo – 184 ('98 - '99)
    7t. John Stockton – 184 ('82 - 83)
    9. Kevin Pangos – 181 ('14 - '15)
    10. Nigel Williams-Goss – 179 ('16 - '17)
    11. Kyle Dixon – 172 ('95 - '96)
    12. Jeremy Pargo – 167 ('08 - '09)
    NR. Josh Perkins – 106 ('18 - '19)


    NCAA 2018 - 2019 Assist Leaders
    1t. Josh Perkins (Gonzaga) – 106
    1t. Ja Morant (Murray State) – 106
    3. Kai Toews (UNC Wilmington) – 105
    4. Alex Robinson (Texas Christian) – 103
    5. Colbey Ross (Pepperdine) - 101


    Career Steals
    1. John Stockton – 262
    2. Kevin Pangos – 177
    3t. Jeremy Pargo – 170
    3t. Matt Bouldin – 170
    5. David Stockton – 167
    6. Doug Spradley – 159
    7. Derek Raivio – 158
    8. Steven Gray – 155
    9. Blake Stepp – 152
    10. Josh Perkins – 146
    11. Geoff Goss – 139
    12. Tim Wagoner – 131
    13. Elias Harris – 123
    14t. Jeff Condill – 116
    14t. Kyle Dranginis – 116
    16. Matt Santangelo – 115
    NR. Zach Norvell, Jr – 67


    Career Blocked Shots
    1. Casey Calvary – 207
    2. Robert Sacre – 186
    3. Ronny Turiaf – 179
    4. Przemek Karnowski – 152
    5. Austin Daye – 124
    6. Tim Ruff – 99
    7. Josh Heytvelt – 95
    8. Zach Gourde – 86
    9. Cory Violette – 85
    10. Mark Spink – 80
    11. Abdullahi Kuso – 77
    12. Johnathan Williams – 76
    13. Sam Dower – 75
    14t. Paul Rogers – 72
    14t. Elias Harris – 72
    16. Marc Armstead – 70
    NR. Brandon Clarke – 47 (including San Jose State - 154)


    Single-Season Blocked Shots
    1. Austin Daye – 70 ('08 - '09)
    2. Zach Collins – 69 ('16 - '17)
    3. Robert Sacre – 66 ('10 - '11)
    4. Robert Sacre – 65 ('09 - '10)
    5. Przemek Karnowski – 62 ('13 - '14)
    6. Ronny Turiaf – 59 ('04 - '05)
    7t. Casey Calvary – 57 ('98 - '99)
    7t. Casey Calvary – 57 ('99 - '00)
    9. Austin Daye – 54 ('07 - '08)
    10. Ronny Turiaf – 49 ('02 - '03)
    NR. Brandon Clarke – 47 ('18 - '19)


    NCAA 2018 - 2019 Blocked Shots Leaders
    1. Brandon Gilbeck (Western Illinois) – 56
    2. Kylor Kelley (Oregon State) – 49
    3. Brandon Clarke (Gonzaga) – 47
    4. Juwan Durham (Notre Dame) – 43
    5t. Dominic Robb (Niagara) – 41
    5t. Jakeenan Gant (Louisiana) – 41


    Career Rebounds
    1. Jerry Vermillion – 1670
    2. Elias Harris – 979
    3. Gary Lechman – 910
    4. Cory Violette – 880
    5. Ronny Turiaf – 859
    6. Przemek Karnowski – 819
    7. Greg Sten – 783
    8. Casey Calvary – 757
    9. Domantas Sabonis – 694
    10. Robert Sacre – 679
    11. Jim Dixon – 666
    12. Charlie Jordan – 642
    13. Jim Grady – 634
    14. Bill Quigg – 630
    15. Larry Brown – 604
    16. Frank Burgess – 595
    17. Joe Clayton – 593
    NR. Killian Tillie – 319


    NCAA 2018 - 2019 Offensive Rebounding Leaders
    1. Jeromy Rodriguez (East Tennessee State) – 56
    2. Cletrell Pope (Bethune-Cookman) – 55
    3. Devontae Cacok (UNC-Wilmington) – 54
    4t. Nico Carvacho (Colorado State) – 53
    4t. Naz Bohannon (Youngstown State) – 53
    6t. Brandon Clarke (Gonzaga) – 52
    6t. Raasean Davis (North Carolina Central) – 52
    6t. E.J. Anosike (Sacred Heart) – 52
    6t. Dennis Tunstall (Towson) – 52
    10. Ruben Guerrero (Samford) – 51


    Career Wins
    1. Przemek Karnowski – 137
    2. Silas Melson – 126
    3t. Kevin Pangos – 122
    3t. Kyle Dranginis – 122
    5. Gary Bell – 116
    6. Josh Perkins – 114
    7. David Stockton – 112
    8. Sam Dower – 110
    9. Elias Harris – 108
    10. Cory Violette – 107
    11t. Ronny Turiaf – 106
    11t. Sean Mallon – 106


    100-Point Games In a Season
    1. 2017 - 2018 – 6 (Howard, Florida, Incarnate Word, IUPUI, Santa Clara, Portland)
    2. 2018 - 2019 – 5 (Idaho State, Texas Southern, North Dakota State, Creighton, Denver)
    3. 1963 - 1964 – 4 (Eastern Washington, Eastern Montana, Portland, Montana)


    Previous Years' Statistics Threads
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    2016 - 2017
    2015 - 2016
    2014 - 2015
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    is there a reason we dont include JJ on field goal single season record potential shooting 76% on 19-25 ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hoopaholic View Post
    is there a reason we dont include JJ on field goal single season record potential shooting 76% on 19-25 ?
    Minimum two field goals made per game. He would need 30 made shots (so far) to qualify.
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    Thanks for all the work, SW!
    This post is for March Madness seeding purposes only.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SWZag View Post
    Minimum two field goals made per game. He would need 30 made shots (so far) to qualify.
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    Random other stat:

    GU has 1201 D-I wins all time

    Few accounts for 535 of them
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    League win number one under our belts, moving GU to 14 - 2 (1 - 0). Santa Clara came in on a six game winning streak, only to be run out of Spokane 91 - 48. Great to have both Geno and Killian back on the court! Next up: Pacific Tigers.

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    A new not-so-official record book stat:

    2018- 2019 GUBoards GUnit Award Winners
    1. Brandon Clarke: 6 (Texas Southern, Texas A&M, North Dakota State, Texas Arlington, Denver, North Alabama)
    2. Rui Hachimura: 5 (Idaho State, Arizona, Duke, Washington, Santa Clara)
    3. Jeremy Jones: 2 (Illinois, Cal-State - Bakersfield)
    4. Josh Perkins: 1 (Creighton)
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    • Perkins: Six points, five assists, four steals and no 3-pointer made. Josh has tied Jeremy Pargo (‘06 - ‘09) in 3rd place in career assists with 589. Josh has fallen to 7th on the NCAA season assist leader list.
    • Hachimura: 25 points, five rebounds.
    • Norvell: Five points, five assists, two steals and no 3-pointer made.
    • Clarke: 16 points, five blocks and went 6 for 10 from the field. Brandon enters the Top 10 single season blocks leader list, moving ahead of Ronny Turiaf (‘02 - ’03 season, ’02 - ’05). He’s also moved up to 2nd on the NCAA blocked shots list.
    • Tillie: Five points, two rebounds and two blocked shots.



    Mark Few Wins: 549


    Career Points
    1. Frank Burgess – 2,196
    2. Jim McPhee – 2,015
    3. Adam Morrison – 1,867
    4. Elias Harris – 1,857
    5. Kevin Pangos – 1,824
    6. Matt Santangelo – 1,810
    7. Ronny Turiaf – 1,723
    8. Matt Bouldin – 1,683
    9. Blake Stepp – 1,670
    10. Jeff Brown – 1,646
    11. Richie Frahm – 1,621
    12. Jerry Vermillion – 1,547
    13. Casey Calvary – 1,509
    14. Rich Evans – 1,507
    15. Przemek Karnowski – 1,495
    16. Derek Raivio – 1,456
    17. Gary Lechman – 1,452
    18. Steven Gray – 1,432
    19. Doug Spradley – 1,427
    20. Kyle Wiltjer – 1,374
    21. Bill Suter – 1,354
    22. Cory Violette – 1,342
    23. John Stockton – 1,340
    24. Josh Perkins – 1,320
    25. Gary Bell Jr – 1,291
    26. Sam Dower – 1,271
    27. Robert Sacre – 1,270
    28. Jeremy Pargo – 1,245
    29. Bill Wilson – 1,226
    30. Josh Heytvelt – 1,172
    31. Matt Stanford – 1,171
    32. Greg Sten – 1,168
    33. Zach Gourde – 1,143
    34. Dan Dickau – 1,125
    35. Jack Curran – 1,121
    36. Frank Walter – 1,083
    37. Jon Kinloch – 1,071
    38. Bryce McPhee – 1,060
    39. Jarrod Davis – 1,054
    40. John Rillie – 1,038
    41. Jeff Condill – 1,004
    42. Domantas Sabonis – 1,002
    NR. Rui Hachimura – 844
    NR. Zach Norvell, Jr – 720
    NR. Killian Tillie – 608
    NR. Brandon Clarke – 272 (Including San Jose State – 1,054)


    Single Season Field Goal Percentage
    1. Brandon Clarke – 68.9% (’18 - ’19)
    2. Domantas Sabonis – 66.8% (’14 - ‘15)
    3. Casey Calvary – 65.8% (’98 - ‘99)
    4. Zach Collins – 65.2% (’16 - ‘17)
    5. Bill Dunlap – 63.6% (’80 - ‘81)
    6. Zach Gourde – 63.0% (’99 - ‘00)
    7t. Zach Gourde – 62.9% (’00 - ‘01)
    7t. Scott Snider – 62.9% (’95 - ‘96)
    7t. Kelly Olynyk – 62.9% (’12 - ‘13)
    10. Przemek Karnowski – 62.2% (’14 - ‘15)


    Career 3-Pointers Made
    1. Kevin Pangos – 322
    2. Blake Stepp – 288
    3. Richie Frahm – 280
    4. Matt Santangelo – 252
    5. Derek Raivio – 243
    6. John Rillie – 230
    7. Josh Perkins – 224
    8. Gary Bell, Jr – 219
    9. Steven Gray – 210
    10. Dan Dickau – 188
    11. Matt Bouldin – 187
    12. Kyle Bankhead – 169
    13. Kyle Wiltjer – 158
    14. Jon Kinloch – 157
    15. Silas Melson – 154
    16. Jarrod Davis – 133
    17. Adam Morrison – 128
    18. Zach Norvell, Jr – 122
    19. Doug Spradley – 114
    20. Micah Downs – 111
    21. Quentin Hall – 100
    22. Kyle Dranginis – 95


    Career Assists
    1. Matt Santangelo – 668
    2. Blake Stepp – 640
    3t. Jeremy Pargo – 589
    3t. Josh Perkins – 589 (80 assists until Josh breaks the GU all-time assist record)
    5. John Stockton – 554
    6. Kevin Pangos – 536
    7. Matt Bouldin – 444
    8. David Stockton – 423
    9. Derek Raivio – 356
    10. Steven Gray – 339
    11. Geoff Goss – 335
    12. Doug Spradley – 324
    13. Don Baldwin – 313
    14. Jim McPhee – 305
    15. Kyle Dixon – 303
    16t. Dan Dickau – 299
    16t. Kyle Dranginis – 299
    NR. Zach Norvel, Jr. – 144


    Single Season Assists
    1. Matt Santangelo – 225 ('99 - '00)
    2. Blake Stepp – 207 ('03 - '04)
    3. John Stockton – 201 ('83 - '84)
    4. Jeremy Pargo – 199 ('07 - '08)
    5. Blake Stepp – 198 ('02 - '03)
    6. Josh Perkins – 196 ('17 - '18)
    7t. Matt Santangelo – 184 ('98 - '99)
    7t. John Stockton – 184 ('82 - 83)
    9. Kevin Pangos – 181 ('14 - '15)
    10. Nigel Williams-Goss – 179 ('16 - '17)
    11. Kyle Dixon – 172 ('95 - '96)
    12. Jeremy Pargo – 167 ('08 - '09)
    NR. Josh Perkins – 111 ('18 - '19)


    NCAA 2018 - 2019 Assist Leaders
    1. Ja Morant (Murray State) – 129
    2. Kai Toews (UNC Wilmington) – 126
    3. Colbey Ross (Pepperdine) – 116
    4. Cassius Winston (Michigan State) – 114
    5. Alex Robinson (Texas Christian) – 113
    6. Josh Sharkey (Samford) – 112
    7. Josh Perkins (Gonzaga) – 111
    8. Jalen Pickett (Siena) – 110
    9. Jaylen Hands (UCLA) – 103
    10. Cameron Parker (Sacred Heart) – 100


    Career Steals
    1. John Stockton – 262
    2. Kevin Pangos – 177
    3t. Jeremy Pargo – 170
    3t. Matt Bouldin – 170
    5. David Stockton – 167
    6. Doug Spradley – 159
    7. Derek Raivio – 158
    8. Steven Gray – 155
    9. Blake Stepp – 152
    10. Josh Perkins – 150
    11. Geoff Goss – 139
    12. Tim Wagoner – 131
    13. Elias Harris – 123
    14t. Jeff Condill – 116
    14t. Kyle Dranginis – 116
    16. Matt Santangelo – 115
    NR. Zach Norvell, Jr – 69


    Career Blocked Shots
    1. Casey Calvary – 207
    2. Robert Sacre – 186
    3. Ronny Turiaf – 179
    4. Przemek Karnowski – 152
    5. Austin Daye – 124
    6. Tim Ruff – 99
    7. Josh Heytvelt – 95
    8. Zach Gourde – 86
    9. Cory Violette – 85
    10. Mark Spink – 80
    11. Abdullahi Kuso – 77
    12. Johnathan Williams – 76
    13. Sam Dower – 75
    14t. Paul Rogers – 72
    14t. Elias Harris – 72
    16. Marc Armstead – 70
    NR. Brandon Clarke – 52 (including San Jose State - 167)
    NR. Killian Tillie – 49


    Single-Season Blocked Shots
    1. Austin Daye – 70 ('08 - '09)
    2. Zach Collins – 69 ('16 - '17)
    3. Robert Sacre – 66 ('10 - '11)
    4. Robert Sacre – 65 ('09 - '10)
    5. Przemek Karnowski – 62 ('13 - '14)
    6. Ronny Turiaf – 59 ('04 - '05)
    7t. Casey Calvary – 57 ('98 - '99)
    7t. Casey Calvary – 57 ('99 - '00)
    9. Austin Daye – 54 ('07 - '08)
    10. Brandon Clarke – 52 ('18 - '19)
    11. Ronny Turiaf – 49 ('02 - '03)


    NCAA 2018 - 2019 Blocked Shots Leaders
    1. Brandon Gilbeck (Western Illinois) – 63
    2. Brandon Clarke (Gonzaga) – 52
    3. Kylor Kelley (Oregon State) – 51
    4. Juwan Durham (Notre Dame) – 46
    5t. Dominic Robb (Niagara) – 45
    5t. Tacko Fall (UCF) – 45


    Career Rebounds
    1. Jerry Vermillion – 1670
    2. Elias Harris – 979
    3. Gary Lechman – 910
    4. Cory Violette – 880
    5. Ronny Turiaf – 859
    6. Przemek Karnowski – 819
    7. Greg Sten – 783
    8. Casey Calvary – 757
    9. Domantas Sabonis – 694
    10. Robert Sacre – 679
    11. Jim Dixon – 666
    12. Charlie Jordan – 642
    13. Jim Grady – 634
    14. Bill Quigg – 630
    15. Larry Brown – 604
    16. Frank Burgess – 595
    17. Joe Clayton – 593
    NR. Killian Tillie – 321
    NR. Rui Hachimura – 314


    Career Wins
    1. Przemek Karnowski – 137
    2. Silas Melson – 126
    3t. Kevin Pangos – 122
    3t. Kyle Dranginis – 122
    5. Gary Bell – 116
    6. Josh Perkins – 115
    7. David Stockton – 112
    8. Sam Dower – 110
    9. Elias Harris – 108
    10. Cory Violette – 107
    11t. Ronny Turiaf – 106
    11t. Sean Mallon – 106


    100-Point Games In a Season
    1. 2017 - 2018 – 6 (Howard, Florida, Incarnate Word, IUPUI, Santa Clara, Portland)
    2. 2018 - 2019 – 5 (Idaho State, Texas Southern, North Dakota State, Creighton, Denver)
    3. 1963 - 1964 – 4 (Eastern Washington, Eastern Montana, Portland, Montana)


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    I just realized that if Gonzaga goes undefeated for the rest of the season on its way to the NCAA Championships, that Josh Perkins will have participated in 138 wins, making him the all time winningest player in NCAA history! Wow!

    (15 more conference games, 2 WCC Tourney Games, 6 NCAA Tourney Games equal a total of 23 games added to his total of 115 wins as a player already!)

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    Quote Originally Posted by former1dog View Post
    I just realized that if Gonzaga goes undefeated for the rest of the season on its way to the NCAA Championships, that Josh Perkins will have participated in 138 wins, making him the all time winningest player in NCAA history! Wow!

    (15 more conference games, 2 WCC Tourney Games, 6 NCAA Tourney Games equal a total of 23 games added to his total of 115 wins as a player already!)
    It's possible. Probable? We'll have to see. Not many players even get to the point of it being possible! He's been a great Zag for sure.
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    SWZag, thank you so much for maintaining this thread! I love it.

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    Life is about to change. Possibly this week I will have a new little assistant to help me gather these metrics together!! So if I don't update quite as frequently, you'll understand why!!

    GU moves into 16-2 after a thumping of Pacific at home and then going on the road to War Memorial and winning an entertaining game against a very good USF team. I'm hoping USF plays well the rest of the season and can grab an at large bid!

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    A new not-so-official record book stat:

    2018- 2019 GUBoards GUnit Award Winners
    1. Brandon Clarke: 6 (Texas Southern, Texas A&M, North Dakota State, Texas Arlington, Denver, North Alabama)
    2. Rui Hachimura: 5 (Idaho State, Arizona, Duke, Washington, SCU1)
    3. Josh Perkins: 3 (Creighton, Pacific1, USF1)
    4. Jeremy Jones: 2 (Illinois, Cal-State - Bakersfield)
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    • Perkins: Combined for 30 points, ten assists, no steals and four 3-pointers made. Josh takes sole possession of 3rd place, breaking a tie with Jeremy Pargo (‘06 - ‘09) in career assists. He's one shy is 600. Josh also moves up the career scoring list to #22, passing John Stockton ('81 - '84) and Cory Violette ('01 - '04). Josh rises two spots to 5th on the NCAA season assist leader list. On the career wins list, Josh has reached #5, passing Gary Bell ('12 - '15).
    • Hachimura: Totaled 31 points, six rebounds.
    • Norvell: 24 points, two assists, one steal and six 3-pointer made. Zach has tied Adam Morrison ('05 - '06) in career 3-pointers made with 128.
    • Clarke: Combined for 34 points, six blocks and went 13 for 20 from the field. Brandon jumped from 10th to 7th on the single season blocked shots list, passing Austin Daye ('07 - '08, '07 - '09) and Casey Calvary twice ('98 - '99 & '99 - '00, '98 - '01). Clarke dropped one spot to 3rd on the NCAA blocked shots list.
    • Tillie: 14 points, 11 rebounds and three blocked shots.



    Mark Few Wins: 551


    Career Points
    1. Frank Burgess – 2,196
    2. Jim McPhee – 2,015
    3. Adam Morrison – 1,867
    4. Elias Harris – 1,857
    5. Kevin Pangos – 1,824
    6. Matt Santangelo – 1,810
    7. Ronny Turiaf – 1,723
    8. Matt Bouldin – 1,683
    9. Blake Stepp – 1,670
    10. Jeff Brown – 1,646
    11. Richie Frahm – 1,621
    12. Jerry Vermillion – 1,547
    13. Casey Calvary – 1,509
    14. Rich Evans – 1,507
    15. Przemek Karnowski – 1,495
    16. Derek Raivio – 1,456
    17. Gary Lechman – 1,452
    18. Steven Gray – 1,432
    19. Doug Spradley – 1,427
    20. Kyle Wiltjer – 1,374
    21. Bill Suter – 1,354
    22. Josh Perkins – 1,350
    23. Cory Violette – 1,342
    24. John Stockton – 1,340
    25. Gary Bell Jr – 1,291
    26. Sam Dower – 1,271
    27. Robert Sacre – 1,270
    28. Jeremy Pargo – 1,245
    29. Bill Wilson – 1,226
    30. Josh Heytvelt – 1,172
    31. Matt Stanford – 1,171
    32. Greg Sten – 1,168
    33. Zach Gourde – 1,143
    34. Dan Dickau – 1,125
    35. Jack Curran – 1,121
    36. Frank Walter – 1,083
    37. Jon Kinloch – 1,071
    38. Bryce McPhee – 1,060
    39. Jarrod Davis – 1,054
    40. John Rillie – 1,038
    41. Jeff Condill – 1,004
    42. Domantas Sabonis – 1,002
    NR. Rui Hachimura – 875
    NR. Zach Norvell, Jr – 744
    NR. Killian Tillie – 622
    NR. Brandon Clarke – 306 (Including San Jose State – 1,088)


    Single Season Field Goal Percentage
    1. Brandon Clarke – 68.5% (’18 - ’19)
    2. Domantas Sabonis – 66.8% (’14 - ‘15)
    3. Casey Calvary – 65.8% (’98 - ‘99)
    4. Zach Collins – 65.2% (’16 - ‘17)
    5. Bill Dunlap – 63.6% (’80 - ‘81)
    6. Zach Gourde – 63.0% (’99 - ‘00)
    7t. Zach Gourde – 62.9% (’00 - ‘01)
    7t. Scott Snider – 62.9% (’95 - ‘96)
    7t. Kelly Olynyk – 62.9% (’12 - ‘13)
    10. Przemek Karnowski – 62.2% (’14 - ‘15)


    Career 3-Pointers Made
    1. Kevin Pangos – 322
    2. Blake Stepp – 288
    3. Richie Frahm – 280
    4. Matt Santangelo – 252
    5. Derek Raivio – 243
    6. John Rillie – 230
    7. Josh Perkins – 228
    8. Gary Bell, Jr – 219
    9. Steven Gray – 210
    10. Dan Dickau – 188
    11. Matt Bouldin – 187
    12. Kyle Bankhead – 169
    13. Kyle Wiltjer – 158
    14. Jon Kinloch – 157
    15. Silas Melson – 154
    16. Jarrod Davis – 133
    17t. Adam Morrison – 128
    17t. Zach Norvell, Jr – 128
    19. Doug Spradley – 114
    20. Micah Downs – 111
    21. Quentin Hall – 100
    22. Kyle Dranginis – 95


    Career Assists
    1. Matt Santangelo – 668
    2. Blake Stepp – 640
    3. Josh Perkins – 599 (70 assists until Josh breaks the GU all-time assist record)
    4. Jeremy Pargo – 589
    5. John Stockton – 554
    6. Kevin Pangos – 536
    7. Matt Bouldin – 444
    8. David Stockton – 423
    9. Derek Raivio – 356
    10. Steven Gray – 339
    11. Geoff Goss – 335
    12. Doug Spradley – 324
    13. Don Baldwin – 313
    14. Jim McPhee – 305
    15. Kyle Dixon – 303
    16t. Dan Dickau – 299
    16t. Kyle Dranginis – 299
    NR. Zach Norvel, Jr. – 146


    Single Season Assists
    1. Matt Santangelo – 225 ('99 - '00)
    2. Blake Stepp – 207 ('03 - '04)
    3. John Stockton – 201 ('83 - '84)
    4. Jeremy Pargo – 199 ('07 - '08)
    5. Blake Stepp – 198 ('02 - '03)
    6. Josh Perkins – 196 ('17 - '18)
    7t. Matt Santangelo – 184 ('98 - '99)
    7t. John Stockton – 184 ('82 - 83)
    9. Kevin Pangos – 181 ('14 - '15)
    10. Nigel Williams-Goss – 179 ('16 - '17)
    11. Kyle Dixon – 172 ('95 - '96)
    12. Jeremy Pargo – 167 ('08 - '09)
    NR. Josh Perkins – 121 ('18 - '19)


    NCAA 2018 - 2019 Assist Leaders
    1. Ja Morant (Murray State) – 161
    2. Kai Toews (UNC Wilmington) – 142
    3. Colbey Ross (Pepperdine) – 129
    4. Cassius Winston (Michigan State) – 125
    5t. Josh Perkins (Gonzaga) – 121
    5t. Alex Robinson (Texas Christian) – 121
    7. Josh Sharkey (Samford) – 119
    8t. Jalen Pickett (Siena) – 118
    8t. Cameron Parker (Sacred Heart) – 118
    10. Tyree Griffin (Southern Miss) – 114


    Career Steals
    1. John Stockton – 262
    2. Kevin Pangos – 177
    3t. Jeremy Pargo – 170
    3t. Matt Bouldin – 170
    5. David Stockton – 167
    6. Doug Spradley – 159
    7. Derek Raivio – 158
    8. Steven Gray – 155
    9. Blake Stepp – 152
    10. Josh Perkins – 150
    11. Geoff Goss – 139
    12. Tim Wagoner – 131
    13. Elias Harris – 123
    14t. Jeff Condill – 116
    14t. Kyle Dranginis – 116
    16. Matt Santangelo – 115
    NR. Zach Norvell, Jr – 70


    Career Blocked Shots
    1. Casey Calvary – 207
    2. Robert Sacre – 186
    3. Ronny Turiaf – 179
    4. Przemek Karnowski – 152
    5. Austin Daye – 124
    6. Tim Ruff – 99
    7. Josh Heytvelt – 95
    8. Zach Gourde – 86
    9. Cory Violette – 85
    10. Mark Spink – 80
    11. Abdullahi Kuso – 77
    12. Johnathan Williams – 76
    13. Sam Dower – 75
    14t. Paul Rogers – 72
    14t. Elias Harris – 72
    16. Marc Armstead – 70
    NR. Brandon Clarke – 58 (including San Jose State - 173)
    NR. Killian Tillie – 52


    Single-Season Blocked Shots
    1. Austin Daye – 70 ('08 - '09)
    2. Zach Collins – 69 ('16 - '17)
    3. Robert Sacre – 66 ('10 - '11)
    4. Robert Sacre – 65 ('09 - '10)
    5. Przemek Karnowski – 62 ('13 - '14)
    6. Ronny Turiaf – 59 ('04 - '05)
    7. Brandon Clarke – 58 ('18 - '19)
    8t. Casey Calvary – 57 ('98 - '99)
    8t. Casey Calvary – 57 ('99 - '00)
    10. Austin Daye – 54 ('07 - '08)
    11. Ronny Turiaf – 49 ('02 - '03)


    NCAA 2018 - 2019 Blocked Shots Leaders
    1. Brandon Gilbeck (Western Illinois) – 70
    2. Kylor Kelley (Oregon State) – 63
    3. Brandon Clarke (Gonzaga) – 58
    4. Nicolas Claxton (Georgia) – 50
    5t. Jakeenan Gant (Louisiana) – 48


    Career Rebounds
    1. Jerry Vermillion – 1670
    2. Elias Harris – 979
    3. Gary Lechman – 910
    4. Cory Violette – 880
    5. Ronny Turiaf – 859
    6. Przemek Karnowski – 819
    7. Greg Sten – 783
    8. Casey Calvary – 757
    9. Domantas Sabonis – 694
    10. Robert Sacre – 679
    11. Jim Dixon – 666
    12. Charlie Jordan – 642
    13. Jim Grady – 634
    14. Bill Quigg – 630
    15. Larry Brown – 604
    16. Frank Burgess – 595
    17. Joe Clayton – 593
    NR. Killian Tillie – 333
    NR. Rui Hachimura – 320


    Career Wins
    1. Przemek Karnowski – 137
    2. Silas Melson – 126
    3t. Kevin Pangos – 122
    3t. Kyle Dranginis – 122
    5. Josh Perkins – 117
    6. Gary Bell – 116
    7. David Stockton – 112
    8. Sam Dower – 110
    9. Elias Harris – 108
    10. Cory Violette – 107
    11t. Ronny Turiaf – 106
    11t. Sean Mallon – 106


    100-Point Games In a Season
    1. 2017 - 2018 – 6 (Howard, Florida, Incarnate Word, IUPUI, Santa Clara, Portland)
    2. 2018 - 2019 – 5 (Idaho State, Texas Southern, North Dakota State, Creighton, Denver)
    3. 1963 - 1964 – 4 (Eastern Washington, Eastern Montana, Portland, Montana)


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    Perkins should have one more assist. He had 6 vs Pacific and 5 vs SF. His last assist was the alleyoop to Clarke that was correctly credited but not added to his total. Was it oversight or something else? How can we correct an obvious error? (This is slightly different than the Clarke block situation where it seemed he had more than 1 vs SF but never credited them)

    19:42 Brandon Clarke made Layup. Assisted by Josh Perkins. 2 - 0
    15:53 Corey Kispert made Three Point Jumper. Assisted by Josh Perkins. 7 - 8
    9:54 Killian Tillie made Three Point Jumper. Assisted by Josh Perkins. 21 - 16
    9:04 Zach Norvell Jr. made Three Point Jumper. Assisted by Josh Perkins. 24 - 16
    0:07 Brandon Clarke made Dunk. Assisted by Josh Perkins. 95 - 83

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    Quote Originally Posted by 23dpg View Post
    Perkins should have one more assist. He had 6 vs Pacific and 5 vs SF. His last assist was the alleyoop to Clarke that was correctly credited but not added to his total. Was it oversight or something else? How can we correct an obvious error? (This is slightly different than the Clarke block situation where it seemed he had more than 1 vs SF but never credited them)

    19:42 Brandon Clarke made Layup. Assisted by Josh Perkins. 2 - 0
    15:53 Corey Kispert made Three Point Jumper. Assisted by Josh Perkins. 7 - 8
    9:54 Killian Tillie made Three Point Jumper. Assisted by Josh Perkins. 21 - 16
    9:04 Zach Norvell Jr. made Three Point Jumper. Assisted by Josh Perkins. 24 - 16
    0:07 Brandon Clarke made Dunk. Assisted by Josh Perkins. 95 - 83
    Box Scores at GoZags.com have Perkins with 6 assists vs Pacific and 5 vs. USF, FWIW...

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    Quote Originally Posted by former1dog View Post
    Box Scores at GoZags.com have Perkins with 6 assists vs Pacific and 5 vs. USF, FWIW...
    Correct. That’s sort of my point.
    Either some one added 1+1+1+1+1 and and came up with 4, or they had already turned in the scorecard, or maybe they were just pissy about the last play.

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    only 12 more blocked shots before Clarke takes #1 in single season blocks. That is stinking amazing.

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    Mr. SWZag hasn’t updated this thread for a bit and I think it has something to do with a new little Zag in the family. No word, but if that is the case CONGRATULATIONS!

    I hope you don’t mind me updating the thread?

    Mark Few Wins: 553


    Career Points
    1. Frank Burgess – 2,196
    2. Jim McPhee – 2,015
    3. Adam Morrison – 1,867
    4. Elias Harris – 1,857
    5. Kevin Pangos – 1,824
    6. Matt Santangelo – 1,810
    7. Ronny Turiaf – 1,723
    8. Matt Bouldin – 1,683
    9. Blake Stepp – 1,670
    10. Jeff Brown – 1,646
    11. Richie Frahm – 1,621
    12. Jerry Vermillion – 1,547
    13. Casey Calvary – 1,509
    14. Rich Evans – 1,507
    15. Przemek Karnowski – 1,495
    16. Derek Raivio – 1,456
    17. Gary Lechman – 1,452
    18. Steven Gray – 1,432
    19. Doug Spradley – 1,427
    20. Kyle Wiltjer – 1,374
    21. Josh Perkins – 1,368
    22. Bill Suter – 1,354
    23. Cory Violette – 1,342
    24. John Stockton – 1,340
    25. Gary Bell Jr – 1,291
    26. Sam Dower – 1,271
    27. Robert Sacre – 1,270
    28. Jeremy Pargo – 1,245
    29. Bill Wilson – 1,226
    30. Josh Heytvelt – 1,172
    31. Matt Stanford – 1,171
    32. Greg Sten – 1,168
    33. Zach Gourde – 1,143
    34. Dan Dickau – 1,125
    35. Jack Curran – 1,121
    36. Frank Walter – 1,083
    37. Jon Kinloch – 1,071
    38. Bryce McPhee – 1,060
    39. Jarrod Davis – 1,054
    40. John Rillie – 1,038
    41. Jeff Condill – 1,004
    42. Domantas Sabonis – 1,002
    NR. Rui Hachimura – 902
    NR. Zach Norvell, Jr – 785
    NR. Killian Tillie – 643
    NR. Brandon Clarke – 330 (Including San Jose State – 1,112)


    Single Season Field Goal Percentage
    1. Brandon Clarke – 69.8% (’18 - ’19)
    2. Domantas Sabonis – 66.8% (’14 - ‘15)
    3. Casey Calvary – 65.8% (’98 - ‘99)
    4. Zach Collins – 65.2% (’16 - ‘17)
    5. Bill Dunlap – 63.6% (’80 - ‘81)
    6. Zach Gourde – 63.0% (’99 - ‘00)
    7t. Zach Gourde – 62.9% (’00 - ‘01)
    7t. Scott Snider – 62.9% (’95 - ‘96)
    7t. Kelly Olynyk – 62.9% (’12 - ‘13)
    10. Przemek Karnowski – 62.2% (’14 - ‘15)


    Career 3-Pointers Made
    1. Kevin Pangos – 322
    2. Blake Stepp – 288
    3. Richie Frahm – 280
    4. Matt Santangelo – 252
    5. Derek Raivio – 243
    6. Josh Perkins – 231
    7. John Rillie – 230
    8. Gary Bell, Jr – 219
    9. Steven Gray – 210
    10. Dan Dickau – 188
    11. Matt Bouldin – 187
    12. Kyle Bankhead – 169
    13. Kyle Wiltjer – 158
    14. Jon Kinloch – 157
    15. Silas Melson – 154
    17. Jarrod Davis – 133
    16. Zach Norvell, Jr – 134
    18. Adam Morrison – 128
    19. Doug Spradley – 114
    20. Micah Downs – 111
    21. Quentin Hall – 100
    22. Kyle Dranginis – 95


    Career Assists
    1. Matt Santangelo – 668
    2. Blake Stepp – 640
    3. Josh Perkins – 608 (61 assists until Josh breaks the GU all-time assist record, it appears ESPN and Gonzaga have restored an assist to Josh for the USF game!)
    4. Jeremy Pargo – 589
    5. John Stockton – 554
    6. Kevin Pangos – 536
    7. Matt Bouldin – 444
    8. David Stockton – 423
    9. Derek Raivio – 356
    10. Steven Gray – 339
    11. Geoff Goss – 335
    12. Doug Spradley – 324
    13. Don Baldwin – 313
    14. Jim McPhee – 305
    15. Kyle Dixon – 303
    16t. Dan Dickau – 299
    16t. Kyle Dranginis – 299
    NR. Zach Norvel, Jr. – 154


    Single Season Assists
    1. Matt Santangelo – 225 ('99 - '00)
    2. Blake Stepp – 207 ('03 - '04)
    3. John Stockton – 201 ('83 - '84)
    4. Jeremy Pargo – 199 ('07 - '08)
    5. Blake Stepp – 198 ('02 - '03)
    6. Josh Perkins – 196 ('17 - '18)
    7t. Matt Santangelo – 184 ('98 - '99)
    7t. John Stockton – 184 ('82 - 83)
    9. Kevin Pangos – 181 ('14 - '15)
    10. Nigel Williams-Goss – 179 ('16 - '17)
    11. Kyle Dixon – 172 ('95 - '96)
    12. Jeremy Pargo – 167 ('08 - '09)
    NR. Josh Perkins – 130 ('18 - '19)


    NCAA 2018 - 2019 Assist Leaders

    12. Josh Perkins (Gonzaga) – 130



    Career Steals
    1. John Stockton – 262
    2. Kevin Pangos – 177
    3t. Jeremy Pargo – 170
    3t. Matt Bouldin – 170
    5. David Stockton – 167
    6. Doug Spradley – 159
    7. Derek Raivio – 158
    8. Steven Gray – 155
    9. Josh Perkins – 154
    10. Blake Stepp – 152
    11. Geoff Goss – 139
    12. Tim Wagoner – 131
    13. Elias Harris – 123
    14t. Jeff Condill – 116
    14t. Kyle Dranginis – 116
    16. Matt Santangelo – 115
    NR. Zach Norvell, Jr – 72


    Career Blocked Shots
    1. Casey Calvary – 207
    2. Robert Sacre – 186
    3. Ronny Turiaf – 179
    4. Przemek Karnowski – 152
    5. Austin Daye – 124
    6. Tim Ruff – 99
    7. Josh Heytvelt – 95
    8. Zach Gourde – 86
    9. Cory Violette – 85
    10. Mark Spink – 80
    11. Abdullahi Kuso – 77
    12. Johnathan Williams – 76
    13. Sam Dower – 75
    14t. Paul Rogers – 72
    14t. Elias Harris – 72
    16. Marc Armstead – 70
    NR. Brandon Clarke – 64 (including San Jose State - 179)
    NR. Killian Tillie – 54


    Single-Season Blocked Shots
    1. Austin Daye – 70 ('08 - '09)
    2. Zach Collins – 69 ('16 - '17)
    3. Robert Sacre – 66 ('10 - '11)
    4. Robert Sacre – 65 ('09 - '10)
    5. Brandon Clarke – 64 ('18 - '19)
    6. Przemek Karnowski – 62 ('13 - '14)
    7. Ronny Turiaf – 59 ('04 - '05)
    8t. Casey Calvary – 57 ('98 - '99)
    8t. Casey Calvary – 57 ('99 - '00)
    10. Austin Daye – 54 ('07 - '08)
    11. Ronny Turiaf – 49 ('02 - '03)


    NCAA 2018 - 2019 Blocked Shots Leaders
    1. Brandon Gilbeck (Western Illinois) – 77
    2. Kylor Kelley (Oregon State) – 67
    3. Brandon Clarke (Gonzaga) – 64
    4. Jare’l Spellman (Sacred Heart) – 55
    5t. Nicolas Claxton (Georgia) – 54


    Career Rebounds
    1. Jerry Vermillion – 1670
    2. Elias Harris – 979
    3. Gary Lechman – 910
    4. Cory Violette – 880
    5. Ronny Turiaf – 859
    6. Przemek Karnowski – 819
    7. Greg Sten – 783
    8. Casey Calvary – 757
    9. Domantas Sabonis – 694
    10. Robert Sacre – 679
    11. Jim Dixon – 666
    12. Charlie Jordan – 642
    13. Jim Grady – 634
    14. Bill Quigg – 630
    15. Larry Brown – 604
    16. Frank Burgess – 595
    17. Joe Clayton – 593
    NR. Killian Tillie – 343
    NR. Rui Hachimura – 337


    Career Wins
    1. Przemek Karnowski – 137
    2. Silas Melson – 126
    3t. Kevin Pangos – 122
    3t. Kyle Dranginis – 122
    5. Josh Perkins – 119
    6. Gary Bell – 116
    7. David Stockton – 112
    8. Sam Dower – 110
    9. Elias Harris – 108
    10. Cory Violette – 107
    11t. Ronny Turiaf – 106
    11t. Sean Mallon – 106


    100-Point Games In a Season
    1. 2017 - 2018 – 6 (Howard, Florida, Incarnate Word, IUPUI, Santa Clara, Portland)
    2. 2018 - 2019 – 5 (Idaho State, Texas Southern, North Dakota State, Creighton, Denver)
    3. 1963 - 1964 – 4 (Eastern Washington, Eastern Montana, Portland, Montana)


    Previous Years' Statistics Threads
    2017 - 2018
    2016 - 2017
    2015 - 2016
    2014 - 2015

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    Stats after the win over Santa Clara.

    Perkins moves into the top 20 all time for scoring. Perkins is 53 assists away from being the all time leader. Brandon Clarke needs 5 more blocks to have the single season record at Gonzaga.

    Mark Few Wins:
    554


    Career Points
    1. Frank Burgess – 2,196
    2. Jim McPhee – 2,015
    3. Adam Morrison – 1,867si. Elias Harris – 1,857
    5. Kevin Pangos – 1,824
    6. Matt Santangelo – 1,810
    7. Ronny Turiaf – 1,723
    8. Matt Bouldin – 1,683
    9. Blake Stepp – 1,670
    10. Jeff Brown – 1,646
    11. Richie Frahm – 1,621
    12. Jerry Vermillion – 1,547
    13. Casey Calvary – 1,509
    14. Rich Evans – 1,507
    15. Przemek Karnowski – 1,495
    16. Derek Raivio – 1,456
    17. Gary Lechman – 1,452
    18. Steven Gray – 1,432
    19. Doug Spradley – 1,427
    20. Josh Perkins – 1,386
    21. Kyle Wiltjer – 1,374
    22. Bill Suter – 1,354
    23. Cory Violette – 1,342
    24. John Stockton – 1,340
    25. Gary Bell Jr – 1,291
    26. Sam Dower – 1,271
    27. Robert Sacre – 1,270
    28. Jeremy Pargo – 1,245
    29. Bill Wilson – 1,226
    30. Josh Heytvelt – 1,172
    31. Matt Stanford – 1,171
    32. Greg Sten – 1,168
    33. Zach Gourde – 1,143
    34. Dan Dickau – 1,125
    35. Jack Curran – 1,121
    36. Frank Walter – 1,083
    37. Jon Kinloch – 1,071
    38. Bryce McPhee – 1,060
    39. Jarrod Davis – 1,054
    40. John Rillie – 1,038
    41. Jeff Condill – 1,004
    42. Domantas Sabonis – 1,002
    NR. Rui Hachimura – 918
    NR. Zach Norvell, Jr – 801

    NR. Killian Tillie – 644
    NR. Brandon Clarke – 342 (Including San Jose State – 1,112)


    Single Season Field Goal Percentage
    1. Brandon Clarke – 69.0% (’18 - ’19)
    2. Domantas Sabonis – 66.8% (’14 - ‘15)
    3. Casey Calvary – 65.8% (’98 - ‘99)
    4. Zach Collins – 65.2% (’16 - ‘17)
    5. Bill Dunlap – 63.6% (’80 - ‘81)
    6. Zach Gourde – 63.0% (’99 - ‘00)
    7t. Zach Gourde – 62.9% (’00 - ‘01)
    7t. Scott Snider – 62.9% (’95 - ‘96)
    7t. Kelly Olynyk – 62.9% (’12 - ‘13)
    10. Przemek Karnowski – 62.2% (’14 - ‘15)


    Career 3-Pointers Made
    1. Kevin Pangos – 322
    2. Blake Stepp – 288
    3. Richie Frahm – 280
    4. Matt Santangelo – 252
    5. Derek Raivio – 243
    6. Josh Perkins – 233
    7. John Rillie – 230
    8. Gary Bell, Jr – 219
    9. Steven Gray – 210
    10. Dan Dickau – 188
    11. Matt Bouldin – 187
    12. Kyle Bankhead – 169
    13. Kyle Wiltjer – 158
    14. Jon Kinloch – 157
    15. Silas Melson – 154
    16. Zach Norvell, Jr – 137
    17. Jarrod Davis – 133
    18. Adam Morrison – 128
    19. Doug Spradley – 114
    20. Micah Downs – 111
    21. Quentin Hall – 100
    22. Kyle Dranginis – 95


    Career Assists
    1. Matt Santangelo – 668
    2. Blake Stepp – 640
    3. Josh Perkins – 616 (53 assists until Josh breaks the GU all-time assist record!)
    4. Jeremy Pargo – 589
    5. John Stockton – 554
    6. Kevin Pangos – 536
    7. Matt Bouldin – 444
    8. David Stockton – 423
    9. Derek Raivio – 356
    10. Steven Gray – 339
    11. Geoff Goss – 335
    12. Doug Spradley – 324
    13. Don Baldwin – 313
    14. Jim McPhee – 305
    15. Kyle Dixon – 303
    16t. Dan Dickau – 299
    16t. Kyle Dranginis – 299
    NR. Zach Norvel, Jr. – 157


    Single Season Assists
    1. Matt Santangelo – 225 ('99 - '00)
    2. Blake Stepp – 207 ('03 - '04)
    3. John Stockton – 201 ('83 - '84)
    4. Jeremy Pargo – 199 ('07 - '08)
    5. Blake Stepp – 198 ('02 - '03)
    6. Josh Perkins – 196 ('17 - '18)
    7t. Matt Santangelo – 184 ('98 - '99)
    7t. John Stockton – 184 ('82 - 83)
    9. Kevin Pangos – 181 ('14 - '15)
    10. Nigel Williams-Goss – 179 ('16 - '17)
    11. Kyle Dixon – 172 ('95 - '96)
    12. Jeremy Pargo – 167 ('08 - '09)
    NR. Josh Perkins – 138 ('18 - '19)


    Career Steals
    1. John Stockton – 262
    2. Kevin Pangos – 177
    3t. Jeremy Pargo – 170
    3t. Matt Bouldin – 170
    5. David Stockton – 167
    6. Doug Spradley – 159
    7. Derek Raivio – 158
    8t. Steven Gray – 155
    8t. Josh Perkins – 155
    10. Blake Stepp – 152
    11. Geoff Goss – 139
    12. Tim Wagoner – 131
    13. Elias Harris – 123
    14t. Jeff Condill – 116
    14t. Kyle Dranginis – 116
    16. Matt Santangelo – 115
    NR. Zach Norvell, Jr – 73


    Career Blocked Shots
    1. Casey Calvary – 207
    2. Robert Sacre – 186
    3. Ronny Turiaf – 179
    4. Przemek Karnowski – 152
    5. Austin Daye – 124
    6. Tim Ruff – 99
    7. Josh Heytvelt – 95
    8. Zach Gourde – 86
    9. Cory Violette – 85
    10. Mark Spink – 80
    11. Abdullahi Kuso – 77
    12. Johnathan Williams – 76
    13. Sam Dower – 75
    14t. Paul Rogers – 72
    14t. Elias Harris – 72
    16. Marc Armstead – 70
    NR. Brandon Clarke – 66 (including San Jose State - 181)
    NR. Killian Tillie – 54


    Single-Season Blocked Shots
    1. Austin Daye – 70 ('08 - '09)
    2. Zach Collins – 69 ('16 - '17)
    3t. Brandon Clarke – 66 ('18 - '19)
    3t. Robert Sacre – 66 ('10 - '11)
    5. Robert Sacre – 65 ('09 - '10)
    6. Przemek Karnowski – 62 ('13 - '14)
    7. Ronny Turiaf – 59 ('04 - '05)
    8t. Casey Calvary – 57 ('98 - '99)
    8t. Casey Calvary – 57 ('99 - '00)
    10. Austin Daye – 54 ('07 - '08)
    11. Ronny Turiaf – 49 ('02 - '03)


    NCAA 2018 - 2019 Blocked Shots Leaders
    1. Brandon Gilbeck (Western Illinois) – 77
    2. Kylor Kelley (Oregon State) – 70
    3. Brandon Clarke (Gonzaga) – 66
    4t. Jare’l Spellman (Sacred Heart) – 55
    4t. Nicolas Claxton (Georgia) – 55


    Career Rebounds
    1. Jerry Vermillion – 1670
    2. Elias Harris – 979
    3. Gary Lechman – 910
    4. Cory Violette – 880
    5. Ronny Turiaf – 859
    6. Przemek Karnowski – 819
    7. Greg Sten – 783
    8. Casey Calvary – 757
    9. Domantas Sabonis – 694
    10. Robert Sacre – 679
    11. Jim Dixon – 666
    12. Charlie Jordan – 642
    13. Jim Grady – 634
    14. Bill Quigg – 630
    15. Larry Brown – 604
    16. Frank Burgess – 595
    17. Joe Clayton – 593
    NR. Killian Tillie – 350
    NR. Rui Hachimura – 343


    Career Wins
    1. Przemek Karnowski – 137
    2. Silas Melson – 126
    3t. Kevin Pangos – 122
    3t. Kyle Dranginis – 122
    5. Josh Perkins – 120
    6. Gary Bell – 116
    7. David Stockton – 112
    8. Sam Dower – 110
    9. Elias Harris – 108
    10. Cory Violette – 107
    11t. Ronny Turiaf – 106
    11t. Sean Mallon – 106


    100-Point Games In a Season
    1. 2017 - 2018 – 6 (Howard, Florida, Incarnate Word, IUPUI, Santa Clara, Portland)
    2. 2018 - 2019 – 5 (Idaho State, Texas Southern, North Dakota State, Creighton, Denver)
    3. 1963 - 1964 – 4 (Eastern Washington, Eastern Montana, Portland, Montana)


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    2016 - 2017
    2015 - 2016
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    Career wins @ 120 for Perkins makes him #5 on Zags list
    Karnowski @ #1 for Zags and NCAA w 137

    Ten games left + WCC & NCAA tourneys
    Hmmmmmm......
    It is their time....their team...I just get to watch. - Bartruff1

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    Quote Originally Posted by GonzagasaurusFlex View Post
    Career wins @ 120 for Perkins makes him #5 on Zags list
    Karnowski @ #1 for Zags and NCAA w 137

    Ten games left + WCC & NCAA tourneys
    Hmmmmmm......
    Win out for the record!
    Hoping you have a sense of humor too!

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    Without hyperbole - it's possible that Mt. K's record for career wins may never be broken, unless the NCAA extends the amount of games a team can play in the regular season.

    Think about what it will take for Perks to take it. Win out the regular season (130), win the WCC championship (133) , and at least be national runner-up (138).

    That's a tall order for any team, in any conference.

    #2 Active career wins? Likely Phil Booth from Villanova... 118 wins career as of today.

    If Nova wins out with their 11 regular season games, 3 Big East tourney games, and 6 NCAA games to win the championship - he'll pass PK by 1 game. Even with 2 national championships ALREADY under his belt, it's still only an outside chance given that Nova is #20 Kenpom / 21 NET (and they haven't played either regular season game against #19 NET Marquette yet)

    The magnitude of what GU has done these last few years - and what players like PK and JP have done cannot be understated - it's legitimately a level of sustained excellence that is barely conceivable when you step back a little.
    History has its eyes on you.

    Sage of the GU Message Board

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    You also need a year cut short by injury. PK picked up 4 extra wins and Josh got 5 in a medical redshirt year.

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