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1,000 Point Scorers

1. Ricky Bullock, San Antonio, Texas 1973-76, 2,118 points

Has Tech records for most points scored in a single season with 708 and most field goals in a single season with 265 in 1975-76...Also has record for most career field goals with 842...Led Red Raiders to Southwest Conference Championships in 1973 and 1976...Ranks fourth on the all-time SWC scoring list and second in rebounding with 1,057...Four-time All-SWC selection...1973 SWC Newcomer of the Year...Led SWC in scoring (20.9) and rebounding (11.0) as a junior...Named to 1976 Citizens Foundation All-America Team...Selected to NABC and Basketball Writer's All-District VI teams...Most Valuable Player in 1997 SWC Tournament...Recipient of Polk Robison award...Started in 1976 Coaches All-Star Game and Pizza Hut All-Star Classic...Fourth-round NBA draft pick by New York Knicks in 1976...played in the CBA one year and abroad for three years.

Season G   FG  FGA     Pct.    FT  FTA Pct.    Reb.    Avg.    PF  TP      Avg
1972-73 27  150 271     .554    73  121 .603    202     7.5     74  373     13.8
1973-74 26  229 390     .587    99  154 .643    279     10.7    76  557     21.4
1974-75 23  198 342     .579    84  129 .651    254     11.0    64  480     20.9
1975-76 31  265 486     .545    178 247 .721    322     10.4    108 708     22.8
Totals  107 842 1,489   .565    434 651 .667    1,057   9.9     366 2,118   19.8
2. Jason Sasser, Dallas, Texas 1993-96, 2,102 points

Holds Tech record for most career free throws with 554...Three-time All-SWC selection...Twice named all-tournament in the Dr Pepper SWC Post-Season Classic...Earned third-team All-America and consensus SWC player of the year honors as a senior in leading Tech to its best season in school history, 30-2...Named to SWC All-Defensive team and was Player of the Year as a senior...Selected to SWC All-Newcomer team...Fourth on Tech's career rebounding charts (895)...Scored in double figures in 94 of last 95 games...Had 45 games with 20 or more points...Had eight games with 30 points...Recorded 33 double-doubles...One of 17 finalists for the Wooden Award...First-team All-District...Drafted in second round of NBA draft by Sacramento Kings in 1996.

Season  G   FG  FGA     Pct.    FT  FTA Pct.    Reb.    Avg.    PF  TP      Avg
1992-93 30  118 272     .434    66  105 .629    154     5.1     77  319     10.6
1993-94 28  205 425     .482    149 210 .710    264     9.4     74  576     20.6
1994-95 30  211 414     .510    169 213 .793    235     7.8     75  602     20.1
1995-96 31  202 441     .458    170 234 .726    242     7.8     64  605     19.5
Totals  119 736 1,552   .474    554 762 .727    895     7.5     290 2,102   17.7

Three-Point Goals: 1992-93, 17-54 (.315); 1993-94, 17-70 (.243); 1994-95, 11-42 (.262); 1995-96, 31-101 (.307); Career, 76-267 (.285).

3. Lance Hughes, Georgetown, Texas 1992-95, 1,762 points

Earned All-SWC honors as a senior...Claimed the National College Slam Dunk title at the 1995 NCAA Final Four...Has Tech record for best season three-point percentage (47.7, 1992-93)...Selected Most Valuable Player in 1993 Dr Pepper SWC Post-Season Classic and twice SWC Player of the Week as sophomore...Earned "Mr. Hustle" award at All-College Tournament and was named to Pizza Hut Classic All-Tournament team as a junior...Named All-Near West Honorable Mention by Basketball Weekly as a junior...Started in 19 games as a freshman and was named to SWC All-Newcomer team.

Season  G   FG  FGA     Pct.    FT  FTA Pct.    Reb.    Avg.    PF  TP      Avg
1991-92 29  91  188     .484    109 136 .801    74      2.6     64  305     10.5
1992-93 28  159 282     .564    105 156 .673    112     4.0     62  454     16.2
1993-94 28  176 370     .476    90  122 .738    126     4.5     56  489     17.5
1994-95 29  178 368     .484    82  110 .745    115     4.0     73  514     17.7
Totals  114 604 1,208   .500    386 524 .737    427     3.8     255 1,762   15.5

Three-Point Goals: 1991-92, 14-44 (.318); 1992-93, 31-65 (.477); 1993-94, 47-132 (.356); 1994-95, 76-197 (.386); Career, 168-438 (.384).

4. Bubba Jennings, Clovis, N.M. 1981, 83-85, 1,727 points
Is second on Tech's career assists and steals lists with 378 and 149...Four-time All-SWC selection (consensus All-SWC as a senior)...Started in every game he played in...SWC Defensive Player of the Year and named to Post-Season Classic All-Tournament Team as a senior...Recipient of Naismith Award...Little Man's All-America First-Team selection...Academic All-District and Academic All-America Honorable Mention...Twice SWC Player of the Week...SWC Athlete of the Year and Male Scholar-Athlete of the Year...Competed in National Association of Basketball Coaches All-Star game...Named to Suntory Ball and Sun Bowl Classic All-Tournament Teams as a junior...SWC Post-Season All-Tournament Team selection...Selected to SWC All-Newcomer team...Chosen in fourth round of 1985 NBA Draft by the Dallas Mavericks...Played for the London Docklands Crystal Palace.
Season  G   FG  FGA     Pct.    FT  FTA Pct.    Reb.    Avg.    PF  TP      Avg
1980-81 28  121 284     .461    43  54  .796    40      1.4     70  305     10.9
1981-82                     Redshirt
1982-83 26  164 361     .454    88  103 .854    51      1.9     64  416     16.0
1983-84 29  156 309     .505    89  105 .848    49      1.7     67  401     13.8
1984-85 31  250 456     .548    105 121 .868    72      2.3     83  605     19.5
Totals  114 691 1,410   .490    325 383 .849    212     1.8     284 1,727   15.05
5. Jim Reed, Pine Bluff, Ark. 1953-56, 1,689 points

Inducted into Tech's Athletic Hall of Honor in 1967...Has Tech record for most rebounds in a single game with 27 twice in 1956...Shares the record for most field goals in a game with 18...Has Tech records for most rebounds in a season (407, 1954-55) and most rebounds in a career (1,330)...Named to Helms All-America list in 1956...Three-time All-Border Conference selection...Member of Tech's 300-Point Club three years with 377, 558 and 460 points...Border Conference Most Valuable Player as a sophomore...Two-time First-Team All-Border Conference selection...Was part of starting lineup as a freshman.

Season  G   FG  FGA     Pct.    FT  FTA Pct.    Reb.    Avg.    PF  TP      Avg.
1952-53 24  103  88                             294
1953-54                                         377
1954-55 25  208 142     .407     71             558     22.3
1955-56 22  182 408     .449    135 196 .711    297     13.5    66  460     20.9
Totals                                          1,330               1,689
6. Will Flemons, Paducah, Texas 1990-93, 1,604 points

Is second on Tech's list for most points scored in a single game with 47 against Oral Roberts in 1993...Holds Tech record for best free throw percentage in a single game (100.0, 14-14)...Holds record for best field goal percentage in a season (62.2, 1992-93)...Also has record for blocked shots in a single game with seven...Two-time unanimous first-team All-SWC selection...Led team to NCAA Tournament as a senior...SWC Offensive Player of the Year...SWC Most Valuable Player...Named to SWC Post-Season Classic All-Tournament team...Had career high 47 points vs. Oral Roberts, which set a Lubbock Municipal Coliseum record...Two-time SWC leading rebounder...1992 SWC Player of the Year...Named to 1992 USBWA All-District team and All-SWC Post-Season Classic team...All-America Honorable Mention...SWC All-Newcomer team and was league's Freshman of the Year.

Season  G   FG  FGA     Pct.    FT  FTA Pct.    Reb.    Avg.    PF  TP      Avg.
1989-90 25  119 209     .569    46  73  .630    251     10.0    50  284     11.4
1990-91 12  51  95      .537    44  56  .786    74      6.2     33  146     12.2
1991-92 29  191 313     .610    184 232 .793    285     9.8     68  567     19.6
1992-93 30  214 344     .622    165 224 .737    324     10.8    70  607     20.2
Totals  96  575 961     .598    439 585 .750    934     9.2     221 1,604   15.9

Three-Point Goals: 1989-90, 0-1 (.000); 1990-91, 0-0 (.000); 1991-92, 1-3 (.333); 1992-93, 14-28 (.500); Career, 15-32 (.469).

7. Sean Gay, Houston, Texas, 1986-89, 1,597 points

Holds Tech records for career assists and steals with 432 and 196...Three-time All-SWC and All-Defensive team honors...First-Team All-District VI as a senior...Selected to SWC All-Newcomer team...Led the 1986 U.S. Olympic Festival Men's South Basketball Team to a bronze medal...Competed in 1987 Pan American Games Basketball Team Trials ...Selected to 1994 National Conference CBA All-Star Team as a member of the Omaha Racers

Season  G   FG  FGA     Pct.    FT  FTA Pct.    Reb.    Avg.    PF  TP      Avg.
1985-86 31  136 260     .523    45  66  .682    117     3.8     63  317     10.2
1986-87 29  155 346     .448    72  100 .720    143     4.9     70  434     15.0
1987-88 27  153 325     .471    91  133 .684    138     5.1     98  406     15.0
1988-89 28  167 308     .542    95  126 .754    136     4.9     82  440     15.7
Totals  115 611 1,239   .493    303 425 .713    534     4.6     313 1,597   13.9

Three-Point Goals: 1986-87, 52-127 (.409); 1987-88, 9-33 (.273); 1988-89, 11-29 (.379); Career, 72-189, (.381).

8. Mike Russell, Buffalo, N.Y. 1976-78, 1,545 points

All-America as a senior...Two-time first team All-SWC selection...Is second on Tech's list for points scored in a season with 643 in 1976-77...Is also second on list for field goals in a season with 250 same year.

Season  G   FG  FGA     Pct.    FT  FTA Pct.    Reb.    Avg.    PF  TP      Avg.
1975-76 31  131 254     .516    71  99  .717    223     7.2     68  333     10.7
1976-77 29  250 453     .552    143 192 .745    286     9.9     77  643     22.2
1977-78 29  212 386     .549    145 192 .755    235     8.1     86  569     19.6
Totals  89  593 1,093   .543    359 483 .743    744     8.4     231 1,54    517.4
9. Greg Lowery, West Palm Beach, Fla. 1970-72, 1,476 points

Holds Tech record for field goal percentage in a single game (100.0, 11-11) vs. Rice in 1970...Has record for scoring average in a season (24.5, 1972)...Three-time All-SWC selection.

Season  G   FG  FGA     Pct.    FT  FTA Pct.    Reb.    Avg.    PF  TP      Avg.
1969-70 23  126 284     .443    87  108 .806    48      2.1     54  339     14.7
1970-71 26  190 396     .480    121 143 .846    62      2.9     60  501     19.3
1971-72 26  234 456     .513    168 200 .840    58      2.2     61  636     24.5
Totals  75  550 1,136   .484    376 451 .834    168     2.4     175 1,476   19.5
10. Jeff Taylor, Hobbs, N.M. 1979-82, 1,424 points

Three-time All-SWC selection...SWC Defensive Player of the Year as a senior and Co-Defensive Player of the Year as a junior...Tied with Mike Edwards for SWC steals in a single game with six...Second-round 1982 NBA Draft pick by Houston Rockets.

Season  G   FG  FGA     Pct.    FT  FTA Pct.    Reb.    Avg.    PF  TP      Avg
1978-79 30  88  190     .463    43  59  .729    83      2.8     94  219     7.3
1979-80 29  147 281     .523    96  122 .789    105     3.6     95  390     13.4
1980-81 28  151 288     .524    72  96  .750    103     3.7     97  374     13.4
1981-82 28  174 341     .510    93  113 .823    105     3.8     81  441     15.8
Totals  116 560 1,100   .509    304 390 .779    396     3.4     367 1,424   12.3
11. Dub Malaise, Odessa, Texas 1964-66, 1,420 points

Owns set Tech records for most points in a single game with 50 and most field goals in a single game with 18 vs. Texas in 1966...Is first on Tech list of most free throws in a season with 191 in 1964-65...Three-time All-SWC selection...SWC Player of the Year as a junior...Inducted into Texas Tech Athletic Hall of Honor.

Season  G   FG  FGA     Pct.    FT  FTA Pct.    Reb.    Avg.    PF  TP      Avg
1963-64 23  125 278     .450    108 139 .777    67      2.9     54  358     15.6
1964-65 23  178 383     .465    191 226 .846    64      2.8     56  547     23.7
1965-66 24  181 430     .421    153 185 .827    64      2.7     53  515     21.4
Totals  70  484 1,091   .444    452 550 .822    195     2.8     `163 1,420   20.3
12. Del Ray Mounts, Perryton, Texas 1960-62, 1,346 points

Holds Tech record for most free throws in a single game with 17 vs. Arkansas in 1960...Is fifth on list for career free throws with 424...Named to Texas Tech All-Time SWC Basketball team...Two-time All-SWC and All-NCAA District VI selections...Earned All-Tournament honors at 1962 NCAA Midwest Regional.

Season  G   FG  FGA     Pct.    FT  FTA Pct.    Reb.    Avg.    PF  TP      Avg
1959-60 24  141 286     .497    111 153 .726    96      4.0     68  393     16.4
1960-61 25  169 394     .429    159 216 .737    99      4.0     61  497     19.9
1961-62 27  151 377     .401    154 194 .794    113     4.2     70  456     16.9
Totals  76  461 1,057   .436    424 563 .753    308     4.1     199 1,346   17.7
13. Paul Nolen, Alvarado, Texas 1951-53, 1,306 points

Is fifth on Tech career rebounds list with 812 and fourth on season rebounds list with 318 in 1951-52...Three-time All-Border Conference selection...Named to All-NCAA District VI team as a junior.

Season  G   FG  FGA     Pct.    FT  FTA Pct.    Reb.    Avg.    PF  TP      Avg.
1950-51 28  220 491     .448    98  168 .583                    69  538     19.2
1951-52 24  155 420     .370    68  114 .596    318     13.3    72  378     15.8
1952-53 24  147                 96                                  390
Totals  76  522                 262             812                 1,306
14. Koy Smith, Hale Center, Texas 1993-96, 1,299 points

Holds Tech record for career three-pointers with 237...Is second on Tech list for three-pointers in a single game with six (twice)...Is sixth on list with 63 three-pointers in a season...Finished senior year with career-best 101 assists as well as 103 rebounds...Among top 10 in three-point field goals in SWC...Scored in double figures in 22 of 31 games...Started every game as a sophomore and took a school-record 173 three-point shots...Named SWC Freshman of the Year...Selected to All-Newcomer squad...Scored at least 20 points four times as a freshman.

Season  G   FG  FGA     Pct.    FT  FTA Pct.    Reb.    Avg.    PF  TP      Avg
1992-93 30  112 253     .443    56  83  .675    96      3.2     63  343     11.4
1993-94 28  108 287     .376    57  75  .760    103     3.7     74  328     11.7
1994-95 30  63  153     .412    48  58  .828    72      2.4     65  216     7.2
1995-96 31  133 319     .417    69  88  .784    134     4.3     67  412     13.3
Totals  119 416 1,012   .411    230 304 .757    405     3.4     269 1,299   10.9

Three-Point Goals: 1992-93, 63-152 (.414); 1993-94, 55-173 (.318); 1994-95, 42-100 (.420); 1995-96, 77-213 (.362); Career, 237-638 (.371).

15. Cory Carr, Kingsland, Ark. 1995-present, 1,276 points

Holds Tech record for three-pointers in a single game...Also holds record for three-pointers in a season...Honorable mention All-America by Associated Press in 1997...Second Team All-Big 12 Conference...Twice Big 12 Player of the Week...Led conference in scoring at 23.1 points a game...Surpassed his own school record with 94 three-pointers...One of three Texas Tech players to start every game...Was second-leading scorer for Tech's Sweet 16 and 30-2 team in 1995-96 as a sophomore...Made the USA 22 and Under Qualifying squad...Came off the bench to hit two three-pointers and score eight points against Dream Team II as a member of the USA's Select Squad...Helped the USA squad win the Gold Medal in the Confederation of Pan American Basketball Association's 22 and Under Tournament in Puerto Rico by scoring 24 points...Named Second-Team All-SWC as a sophomore.

Season  G   FG  FGA     Pct.    FT  FTA Pct.    Reb.    Avg.    PF  TP      Avg
1994-95 28  40  98      .408    27  41  .659    29      1.0     34  116     4.1
1995-96 32  168 382     .440    86  113 .761    123     3.8     58  514     16.1
1996-97 28  213 499     .427    126 159 .792    128     4.6     60  646     23.1
Totals  88  421 979     .430    239 313 .764    280     3.2     152 1,276   14.5

Three-Point Goals: 1994-95, 9-34 (.265); 1995-96, 92-235 (.391); 1996-97, 94-249 (.378); Career, 195-518 (.376).

16. Kent Williams, Hobbs, N.M. 1977-80, 1,148 points

Is fifth on Tech list of assists in a season with 142 (1979-80) and career assists with 323...1980 10th-round NBA Draft pick by Seattle.

Season  G   FG  FGA     Pct.    FT  FTA Pct.    Reb.    Avg.    PF  TP      Avg
1976-77 26  48  117     .410    20  24  .833    51      2.0     39  116     4.5
1977-78 27  152 319     .476    62  79  .785    78      2.9     66  366     13.6
1978-79 30  151 313     .482    69  80  .863    81      2.7     61  371     12.4
1979-80 29  93  198     .470    109 133 .820    85      2.9     82  295     10.2
Totals  112 444 947     .469    260 316 .823    295     2.6     248 1,148   10.2
17. Norman Reuther, Fort Worth, Texas 1964-66, 1,109 points

All-SWC selection as a senior...Is tenth on Tech list for points scored in SWC games in a single season with 304 in 1966.

Season  G   FG  FGA     Pct.    FT  FTA Pct.    Reb.    Avg.    PF  TP      Avg
1963-64 23  111 245     .453    81  108 .750    182     7.9     67  303     13.2
1964-65 20  139 285     .489    73  106 .746    177     8.9     60  351     17.6
1965-66 24  175 384     .456    105 159 .660    186     7.8     58  455     18.9
Totals  67  425 914     .465    259 373 .694    645     8.2     185 1,109   16.6
18. Harold Denney, Amarillo, Texas 1963-65, 1,108 points

Twice selected to All-SWC team...Earned All-NCAA District VI honors junior and senior seasons...Selected to 1965 East-West All Star Game.

Season  G   FG  FGA     Pct.    FT  FTA Pct.    Reb.    Avg.    PF  TP      Avg
1962-63 23  104 241     .432    89  134 .664    139     6.0     83  297     12.9
1963-64 23  149 319     .467    105 162 .648    204     8.9     79  403     17.5
1964-65 23  152 298     .511    104 137 .760    214     9.3     89  408     17.7
Totals  69  405 858     .472    298 433 .688    557     8.1     251 1,108   16.0
19. Gene Knolle, St. Albans, N.Y. 1970-71, 1,073 points

Twice a first-team All-SWC selection...All-NCAA District VI selection...Is ninth on Tech list for points scored in a season with 572 in 1970-71...1971 seventh-round NBA Draft pick by Portland.

Season  G   FG FGA     Pct.    FT  FTA Pct.    Reb.    Avg. PF  TP      Avg
1969-70     24  193 369     .523    115 149 .772    205     8.5  87  501     20.9
1970-71     26  208 435     .478    156 196 .796    215     8.3  93  572     22.0
Totals      50  401 804     .499    271 345 .786    420     8.4  180 1,073   21.5
20. William Johnson Houston, Texas 1973-75, 1,065 points

Named to All-SWC Freshman Team...Sixth-round pick by Houston Rockets in 1975 NBA Draft.

Season  G   FG  FGA     Pct.    FT  FTA Pct.    Reb.    Avg.    PF  TP      Avg.
1972-73 25  97  202     .480    49  76  .645    154     6.2     64  243     9.7
1973-74 26  170 324     .525    81  111 .729    233     8.9     94  421     16.2
1974-75 26  157 298     .527    87  119 .731    235     9.0     70  401     15.4
Totals  77  424 824     .515    217 306 .709    622     8.0     228 1,065   13.8
21. Leon Hill, Sudan, Texas 1957-59, 1,058 points

Two-time All-SWC selection and once selected to All-NCAA District VI team...Led the Red Raiders in rebounding and scoring three seasons.

Season  G   FG  FGA     Pct.    FT  FTA Pct.    Reb.    Avg.    PF  TP      Avg.
1956-57 23  108 255     .424    82  116 .707    195     8.5     77  298     13.0
1957-58                                         386 
1958-59 24  135 325     .415    104 131 .794    189     7.9     78  374     15.6
Totals                                                              1,058
22. Eugene Carpenter, Big Spring, Texas 1954-56, 1,035 points

Is fifth on Tech list for single game field goals with 16 vs. New Mexico State in 1956...Along with Del Ray Mounts, holds single game free throw record with 17...Is tied for fourth on single game rebounds list with 23...Ranked fifth nationally in field goal percentage as a junior.

Season  G   FG  FGA     Pct.    FT  FTA Reb.    Avg.            PF  TP      Avg.    
1953-54                                                             310
1954-55 25  129 105             311     95                          363     14.5
1955-56 25  127 276     .460    108 158 278     11.1             97 362     14.5
Totals                                                              1,035
23. Don Grove, 1944, 48-49, 1,009 points

Earned First-Team All-Border Conference honors as both a junior and a senior.

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