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    Quote Originally Posted by willandi View Post
    Win out for the record!
    If anyone does break Shemmick’s record, let it be Josh! Wouldn’t surprise me if Shem was even pulling for Josh to tie or break it. They’re bosom buddies and Shem’s just that kind of guy. At least having Zags #1 & #2 on the all time wins list, or tied for #1, will be more than a little special, a credit to both, a nod to staying in school and graduating! and a reminder of what college basketball should be all about.

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    WCC Championship only gives him 2 wins

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zaglaw View Post
    WCC Championship only gives him 2 wins
    You're right - was looking at the old format
    History has its eyes on you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zaglaw View Post
    WCC Championship only gives him 2 wins
    Not if the Zag's finish 5th or lower!
    This post is for March Madness seeding purposes only.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sittingon50 View Post
    Not if the Zag's finish 5th or lower!
    Yes. I admit that I had not considered that. And actually, I think if we finished even 3rd we would get another game. I'm going to assume that won't happen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zaglaw View Post
    Yes. I admit that I had not considered that. And actually, I think if we finished even 3rd we would get another game. I'm going to assume that won't happen.
    You're right Zaglaw, 3rd or worse would "earn" the fans an extra game!
    This post is for March Madness seeding purposes only.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sittingon50 View Post
    Not if the Zag's finish 5th or lower!
    Of course we’d have to sacrifice 4 wins to get that one extra game.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 23dpg View Post
    Of course we’d have to sacrifice 4 wins to get that one extra game.
    I really thought this one thru, didn't I dpg?
    This post is for March Madness seeding purposes only.

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    So, is this where we’re “AT,” back when willandi called it?

    Win out for the record, Perks @ 138, Karno @ 137.
    Tied if Zags lose championship game..
    Karno 137, Perks 136 if Zags lose final four game.

    Zags with two wins at WCC tourney.

    Philosophy major here. Just fail safe ing it!

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    Just to be 100% clear.

    Josh Perkins has 120 wins as a player.

    If the team goes undefeated and wins the national championship, Josh will finish with 138 wins in his career. This will beat the Gonzaga record and also make Josh the winningest college basketball player of all time.

    120 wins
    10 more regular season wins
    2 WCC Tournament wins
    6 NCAA Tournament wins

    = 138 Wins!!

    Wouldn't that be cool!

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    Stats after the win over BYU.

    Perkins is 43 assists away from being the all time leader. Josh needs to average just over 6.1 assists per game over the next 7 games to achieve the all time Gonzaga assists lead by senior night. Wouldn’t that be cool!


    Brandon Clarke needs 4 more blocks to have the single season record at Gonzaga and moved into solo 3rd best season blocking shots.
    1000 point scoring watch for Rui begins as he is now 62 points away from the milestone.

    Mark Few Wins:
    555


    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 – 1,392
    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 – 938
    NR. Zach Norvell, Jr – 813

    NR. Killian Tillie – 649
    NR. Brandon Clarke – 362 (Including San Jose State – 1,132)


    Single Season Field Goal Percentage
    1. Brandon Clarke – 69.4% (’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)

    Brandon Clarke ranked 8th in the NCAA for Field Goal Percentage


    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 – 234
    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 – 139
    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 – 626 (43 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. – 161


    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 – 148 ('18 - '19)
    Josh Perkins ranked tied for 7th in the NCAA in total assists and ranked 8th in Assists Per Game


    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 – 67 (including San Jose State - 182)
    NR. Killian Tillie – 54


    Single-Season Blocked Shots
    1. Austin Daye – 70 ('08 - '09)
    2. Zach Collins – 69 ('16 - '17)
    3. Brandon Clarke – 67 ('18 - '19)
    4. 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) – 80
    2. Kylor Kelley (Oregon State) – 71
    3. Brandon Clarke (Gonzaga) – 67
    4. Jare’l Spellman (Sacred Heart) – 65
    5. Jakeenan Grant (Louisiana) – 60


    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 – 352
    NR. Rui Hachimura – 352
    NR. Brandon Clarke – 171 (including San Jose State 602)


    Career Wins
    1. Przemek Karnowski – 137
    2. Silas Melson – 126
    3t. Kevin Pangos – 122
    3t. Kyle Dranginis – 122
    5. Josh Perkins – 121
    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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    How about the possibility that Josh breaks the single season assist record...... 78 more needed at over 6 a game it should happen!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Darreno View Post
    How about the possibility that Josh breaks the single season assist record...... 78 more needed at over 6 a game it should happen!!!!!
    I like your thinking. Conservatively (VERY), Josh has a guarantee of 11 more games. 9 regular season. 1 guaranteed WCC tourney game. 1 NCAA game.

    He'll need to average 7.1 assists per game.

    I'm hoping for 6 more games than that, though!

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    Quote Originally Posted by former1dog View Post
    I like your thinking. Conservatively (VERY), Josh has a guarantee of 11 more games. 9 regular season. 1 guaranteed WCC tourney game. 1 NCAA game.

    He'll need to average 7.1 assists per game.

    I'm hoping for 6 more games than that, though!
    Is there a third place game in the WCC tourney?

    I guess I should ask a SMC fan or a BYU fan.

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    Stats after the win over USD.

    Perkins is 37 assists away from being the all time leader. Perkins is 9 assists away from overtaking Blake Stepp on the career assist leaderboard.

    With 3 steals, Perkins moves into a tie for 7th on the all time GU steals list.
    Perkins needs to average just over 6.1 assists per game over the next 6 games to achieve the all time Gonzaga assists lead by senior night. Wouldn’t that be cool!

    Brandon Clarke needs 2 more blocks to have the single season record at Gonzaga and moved into a tie for second best season blocking shots.

    1000 point scoring watch for Rui is on. He is now 30 points away from the milestone.

    Mark Few Wins:
    556


    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. Josh Perkins – 1,404
    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 – 970
    NR. Zach Norvell, Jr – 834

    NR. Killian Tillie – 653
    NR. Brandon Clarke – 374 (Including San Jose State – 1,144)


    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)

    Brandon Clarke ranked 7th in the NCAA for Field Goal Percentage


    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 – 234
    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 – 144
    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 – 632 (37 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. – 163


    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 – 154 ('18 - '19)
    Josh Perkins ranked tied for 7th in the NCAA in total assists and ranked 9th in Assists Per Game


    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
    7t. Derek Raivio – 158
    7t. Josh Perkins – 158
    9. Steven Gray – 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 – 75


    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 – 69 (including San Jose State - 184)
    NR. Killian Tillie – 54


    Single-Season Blocked Shots
    1. Austin Daye – 70 ('08 - '09)
    2t. Zach Collins – 69 ('16 - '17)
    2t. Brandon Clarke – 69 ('18 - '19)
    4. 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) – 80
    2. Kylor Kelley (Oregon State) – 71
    3. Brandon Clarke (Gonzaga) – 69
    4. Jare’l Spellman (Sacred Heart) – 67
    5. Jakeenan Grant (Louisiana) – 60


    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. Rui Hachimura – 359
    NR. Killian Tillie – 354
    NR. Brandon Clarke – 179 (including San Jose State 610)


    Career Wins
    1. Przemek Karnowski – 137
    2. Silas Melson – 126
    3t. Kevin Pangos – 122
    3t. Kyle Dranginis – 122
    3t. Josh Perkins – 122
    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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    Quote Originally Posted by former1dog View Post
    Perkins needs to average just over 6.1 assists per game over the next 6 games to achieve the all time Gonzaga assists lead by senior night. Wouldn’t that be cool!
    He's averaging 7.75/game over the last 4 games. That's a good sign.

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    Stats after the win over USF.

    The headline is Brandon Clarke and 5 blocks! Not only is he the new single season record holder for Gonzaga with 74 and counting, but he is also 14th on Gonzaga’s career shot block list!!

    Perkins drops 7 dimes and is now only 30 assists from the all time career record at Gonzaga! Barring a really poor game against St. Mary’s, Perkins will move past Blake Stepp for 2nd on the all time list for assists.

    For Josh Perkins to break the all time assist record on senior night versus BYU, he’ll have to average 6 assists over the next 5 games, which includes that game on senior night. 1 – I hope he does it! 2 – I hope that Gonzaga plans something special to honor the achievement!

    Rui Hachimura has scored 987 points in his career at Gonzaga. He will very likely pass the 1000 point milestone this Saturday versus St. Marys!

    Mark Few Wins:
    557


    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. Josh Perkins – 1,413
    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 – 987
    NR. Zach Norvell, Jr – 850

    NR. Killian Tillie – 657
    NR. Brandon Clarke – 394 (Including San Jose State – 1,164)


    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)

    Brandon Clarke ranked 7th in the NCAA for Field Goal Percentage


    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 – 234
    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 – 147
    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 – 639 (30 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. – 165


    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 – 161 ('18 - '19)
    Josh Perkins ranked tied for 7th in the NCAA in total assists and ranked 9th in Assists Per Game


    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
    7t. Derek Raivio – 158
    7t. Josh Perkins – 158
    9. Steven Gray – 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 – 77


    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
    14. Brandon Clarke – 74 (including San Jose State - 189)
    15t. Paul Rogers – 72
    15t. Elias Harris – 72
    16. Marc Armstead – 70
    NR. Killian Tillie – 55


    Single-Season Blocked Shots
    1. Brandon Clarke – 74 ('18 - '19)
    2. Austin Daye – 70 ('08 - '09)
    3. Zach Collins – 69 ('16 - '17)
    4. 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) – 91
    2. Kylor Kelley (Oregon State) – 79
    3. Brandon Clarke (Gonzaga) – 74
    4. Jare’l Spellman (Sacred Heart) – 71
    5. Jakeenan Grant (Louisiana) – 64


    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. Rui Hachimura – 364
    NR. Killian Tillie – 357
    NR. Brandon Clarke – 195 (including San Jose State 626)


    Career Wins
    1. Przemek Karnowski – 137
    2. Silas Melson – 126
    3. Josh Perkins – 123
    4t. Kevin Pangos – 122
    4t. Kyle Dranginis – 122
    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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    First off, THANKS for keeping this data updated!

    I did some calculations and realized that Josh could over take Matt as the record holder for for Single Season Assists Record by averaging 5.9 assists per game and also move up to #3 on the All Time Steals list by just continuing to average his 1.4spg. These calculations are based on Josh playing 11 more games (7 WCC and 2 NCAA games).
    This season has really been special...
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    Stats after the win over Saint Mary’s
    Brandon Clarke extends his single season shot blocking record to 77 blocks; Josh Perkins moves into second on the all time assists list and puts himself in excellent position to take the record by senior night; Rui Hachimura has entered the 1000 point career scoring milestone!


    Brandon Clarke moves into 11th on the GU career blocks lists and continues to lead in the GU single season field goal percentage list.
    Josh Perkins moves into 12th on the GU Single Season Assist list and moves into a tie for 6th on the all time GU Steals list. Perkins needs 3 more wins to move into second place on the all time GU wins list.
    Perkins needs 56 more assists this season to achieve the best single season in assists ever at Gonzaga. Assuming 8 guaranteed games, he would need to average 7 assists per game to accomplish this record. Its actually more realistic to assume 9 more games (at least). In that scenario, he need to average 6.2 per game. Josh is averaging 6.4 assists per game over his last 10 games.
    Perkins needs to average 5.25 assists per game over the next 4 games to break the all time GU assists record on senior night versus BYU on February 23rd!

    Consecutive Conference Road Wins: 28

    Mark Few Wins: 558


    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. Josh Perkins – 1,415
    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 – 1005
    NR. Zach Norvell, Jr – 862

    NR. Killian Tillie – 657
    NR. Brandon Clarke – 418 (Including San Jose State – 1,188)


    Single Season Field Goal Percentage
    1. Brandon Clarke – 68.8% (’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)

    Brandon Clarke ranked 7th in the NCAA for Field Goal Percentage


    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 – 234
    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 – 149
    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. Josh Perkins – 648 (21 assists until Josh breaks the GU all-time assist record!)
    3. Blake Stepp – 640
    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. – 167


    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. Josh Perkins – 170 ('18 - '19)
    13. Jeremy Pargo – 167 ('08 - '09)

    Josh Perkins ranked tied for 6th in the NCAA in total assists and ranked 8th in Assists Per Game


    Career Steals
    1. John Stockton – 262
    2. Kevin Pangos – 177
    3t. Jeremy Pargo – 170
    3t. Matt Bouldin – 170
    5. David Stockton – 167
    6t. Josh Perkins – 159
    6t. Doug Spradley – 159
    8. Derek Raivio – 158
    9. Steven Gray – 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 – 78


    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
    11t. Brandon Clarke – 77 (including San Jose State - 192)
    11t. Abdullahi Kuso – 77
    13. Johnathan Williams – 76
    14. Sam Dower – 75
    15t. Paul Rogers – 72
    15t. Elias Harris – 72
    16. Marc Armstead – 70
    NR. Killian Tillie – 55


    Single-Season Blocked Shots
    1. Brandon Clarke – 77 ('18 - '19)
    2. Austin Daye – 70 ('08 - '09)
    3. Zach Collins – 69 ('16 - '17)
    4. 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) – 91
    2. Kylor Kelley (Oregon State) – 80
    3. Brandon Clarke (Gonzaga) – 77
    4. Jare’l Spellman (Sacred Heart) – 73
    5. Jakeenan Grant (Louisiana) – 67


    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. Rui Hachimura – 371
    NR. Killian Tillie – 357
    NR. Brandon Clarke – 201 (including San Jose State 632)


    Career Wins
    1. Przemek Karnowski – 137
    2. Silas Melson – 126
    3. Josh Perkins – 124
    4t. Kevin Pangos – 122
    4t. Kyle Dranginis – 122
    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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    Can we add a spot for consecutive road wins as well? Is it 28 or 29?
    21 Straight Big Dances

    11 Straight Round of 32s

    10 Sweet Sixteens (5 Straight)

    4 Elite Eights

    2017 FINAL FOUR

    2 Winningest Players in college basketball history (Karnowski 137, Perkins 134)

    The Best Point Guard to ever play the game: John Stockton, most assists, most steals.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gonzagafan62 View Post
    Can we add a spot for consecutive road wins as well? Is it 28 or 29?
    I think its consecutive conference road wins. I'll see if I can find that list somewhere.

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    How about played in a FF, and including while at UW, for Nigel
    Hoping you have a sense of humor too!

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    Quote Originally Posted by willandi View Post
    How about played in a FF, and including while at UW, for Nigel

    I apologize Willandi, I'm not sure what you're getting at with this comment?

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    Quote Originally Posted by gonzagafan62 View Post
    Can we add a spot for consecutive road wins as well? Is it 28 or 29?
    Added to the original post. It is at 28 consecutive conference road wins currently.

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    Quote Originally Posted by former1dog View Post
    I apologize Willandi, I'm not sure what you're getting at with this comment?
    A backhand to UW.
    Hoping you have a sense of humor too!

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