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RECORD BOOK

NCAA Division II Men's Basketball Record Book   

 

POINTS

 

Game
113—Clarence “Bevo” Francis, Rio Grande vs. Hillsdale, Feb. 2, 1954

 

Season
1,329—Earl Monroe, Winston-Salem, 1967 (32 games)

 

Career 
4,045—Travis Grant, Kentucky St., 1969-72 (121 games) 

 

AVERAGE PER GAME Season 
†46.5—Clarence “Bevo” Francis, Rio Grande, 1954 (1,255 in 27) 

 

Career 
(Min. 1,400) 33.4—Travis Grant, Kentucky St., 1969-72 (4,045 in 121) 
†Season and career figures for Francis limited only to his 39 games (27 in 1954) against four-year colleges. 

 

REBOUNDS

 

Game 
53—Jim Roberts, Sewanee vs. Lambuth, Feb. 24, 1958 

 

Season 
799—Elmore Smith, Kentucky St., 1971 (33 games) 

 

Career 
2,334—Jim Smith, Steubenville, 1955-58 (112 games) 

 

AVERAGE PER GAME Season 
29.5—Tom Hart, Middlebury, 1956 (620 in 21) 

 

Career 
(Min. 900) 27.6—Tom Hart, Middlebury, 1953, 55-56 (1,738 in 63) 

 

ASSISTS 
 

Game
25—Adrian Hutt, Metro St. vs. Sacramento St., Feb. 9, 1991; Ali Baaqar, Morris Brown vs. Albany St. (GA), Jan. 26, 1991 

Season 
400—Steve Ray, Bridgeport, 1989 (32 games)


Season 
170—Ryan McLemore, Edinboro, 2008 (31 games)

Career 

455—Bryan Grier, Wingate, 2005-08 (122 games)

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NCAA Division III Men's Basketball Record Book   

 

POINTS 

 

Game 
138—Jack Taylor, Grinnell vs. Faith Baptist Bible, Nov. 20, 2012 

 

Season 
1,044—Greg Grant, TCNJ, 1989 (32 games) 

 

Career 
2,940—Andre Foreman, Salisbury, 1988-89, 91-92 (109 games) 

 

POINTS IN ONE HALF 
80—Jack Taylor, Grinnell vs. Faith Baptist Bible, Nov. 20, 2012 

 

AVERAGE PER GAME Season 
37.3—Steve Diekmann, Grinnell, 1995 (745 in 20) 

 

Career 
(Min. 1,400) 32.8—Dwain Govan, Bishop, 1974-75 (1,805 in 55) 

 

REBOUNDS

 

Game 
36—Clinton Montford, Methodist vs. Warren Wilson, Jan. 21, 1989; Mark Veenstra, Calvin vs. Colorado st.-Pueblo., Feb. 3, 1976 

 

Season 
579—Joe Manley, Bowie St., 1976 (29 games) 

 

Career 
1,628—Michael Smith, Hamilton, 1989-92 (107 games) 

 

AVERAGE PER GAME 

 

Season 
19.97—Joe Manley, Bowie St., 1976 (579 in 29) 

 

Career 
(Min. 900) 17.4—Larry Parker, Plattsburgh St., 1975-78 (1,482 in 85) 

 

ASSISTS 

Game 
34—David Arseneault, Grinnell vs. North Central (IL), Dec. 8, 2007 

 

Season 
391—Robert James, Kean, 1989 (29 games) 

 

Career 
957—Sean Rossi, Ithaca, 2010-13 (113 games) 

 

AVERAGE PER GAME 

 

Season
13.5—Robert James, Kean, 1989 (391 in 29)

 

Career 
(Min. 550) 9.4—David Arseneault, Grinnell, 2006-09 (854 in 91) 

 

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NAIA Division I & II Men's Basketball Record Book    

 

POINTS

 

Most Points, Game
113, Clarence “Bevo” Francis, Rio Grande (Ohio) vs. Hillsdale (Mich.), 1954 (38 FGs, 37 FTs) (I)


64, Rob Engel, Notre Dame (N.H.) vs. Lyndon State (Vt.), 2/19/1994 (20 FGs, 15 FTs) (II) 

 

Most Points, Season 
1347, Archie Talley, Salem (W.Va.), 1975-76 (577 FGs, 193 FTs in 33 games) (I) 1280, Darrell Smith, Bartlesville Wesleyan (Okla.), 1998-99 (506 FGs, 220 FTs in 34 games) (II) 

 

Most Points, Career 
4230, John Pierce, David Lipscomb (Tenn.), 1990-94 (1,627 FGs, 881 FTs in 148 games) (I)


3403, Brian Hills, Western Baptist (Ore.), 1993-97 (967 FGs, 988 FTs in 140 games) (II) 

 

Average per game, Season 
48.3, Clarence “Bevo” Francis, Rio Grande (Ohio), 1952-53 (580 points in 12 games) (I)


37.6, Darrell Smith, Bartlesville Wesleyan (Okla.) 1998-99 (1,280 points in 34 games) (II) 

 

Average per game, Career 

33.9, Peter Martin, MidAmerica Nazarene (Kan.), 1990-92 (1,906 points in 56 games) (I)


30.5, Rob Engel, Notre Dame (N.H.), 1992-95 (2,504 points in 82 games) (II)  

 

REBOUNDS

 

Most Rebounds, Game
44, Bob Ortmyer, Lenoir-Rhyne (N.C.) vs. Guilford (N.C.), 1954 (I)


31, Jeff Gullekson, Siena Heights (Mich.) vs. Concordia (Mich.), Feb. 24, 2001 (II) 

 

Most Rebounds, Season 
799, Elmore Smith, Kentucky State, 1971 (33 games, 24.2) (I)


511, Kevin Van Veldhuizen, Northwestern (Iowa), 1986-87 (32 games, 15.96) (II)

 

498, Luke Thomas, MidAmerica Nazarene (Kan.), 2013-14 (37 games, 13.46) (I) 

 

ASSISTS

Most Assists, Game
26, Dave Williams, Malone (Ohio) vs. Philadelphia Bible (Pa.), 1972-73 (I)

 

24,Jimmy Stemple, Bluefield (Va.) vs. Covenant (Ga.), February 13, 1998 (II) 

 

Most Assists, Season 
458, Steve Williams, Carson-Newman (Tenn.), 1972-73 (37 games) (I)

 

345 Pete Carr, MidAmerica Nazarene (Kan.) 1994-95 (36 games) (II) 

 

Most Assists, Career 
1314, Jerry Meyer, David Lipscomb (Tenn.)-Minnesota-Duluth, 1989-92; 1993-94 (148 games, 9.1 per game) (I)


1083, Pete Carr, MidAmerica Nazarene (Kan.), 1992-96 (144 games, 7.5 per game) (II)  

 

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