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Russ Smith Climbing Up in the UofL Record Books

(AP Photo/Michael Conroy)

(AP Photo/Michael Conroy)

After scoring 26 points and making 6 three pointers, Russ Smith made some moves in these categories in the UofL record books.

Career Scoring Leaders

1. Darrell Griffith – 2,333

2. DeJuan Wheat – 2,183

3. Pervis Ellison – 2,143

4. Reece Gaines – 1,945

5. Milt Wagner – 1,836

6. Derek Smith – 1,826

7. LaBradford Smith -1,806

8. Russ Smith – 1,776

9. Charlie Tyra – 1,728

10. Herbert Crook – 1,723

Most Free Throws Made/Career

Rk. Player    Years    FTM

1. LaBradford Smith   1987-91   491

2. Reece Gaines   1999-03   456

3. Charlie Tyra   1953-57   448

4. Russ Smith   2010-2014   447

5. Pervis Ellison   1985-89   428

6. Wes Unseld   1965-68   426

7. Herbert Crook   1984-88   411

8. DeJuan Wheat   1993-97   410

9. Billy Thompson   1982-86   383

10. Derek Smith   1978-82   382

10. Marques Maybin   1997-01   382

Most Steals/Career

Rk./Player Years Steals

1. Peyton Siva   2009-13   254

2. Russ Smith   2010-2014   242

3. Darrell Griffith   1976-80   230

4. LaBradford Smith   1987-91   227

5. Tick Rogers   1992-96   220

6. Alvin Sims   1993-97   217

7. Terrence Williams   2005-09   210

8. DeJuan Wheat   1993-97   204

9. Lancaster Gordon   1980-84   192

10. Reece Gaines   1999-03   191

Most Three-Point Goals/Career

Rk. Player    Year    3FGM

1. Taquan Dean   2002-06   359

2. DeJuan Wheat   1993-97   323

3. Reece Gaines   1999-03   225

4. Jerry Smith   2006-10   210

5. Edgar Sosa   2006-10   200

6. Preston Knowles   2007-11   198

7. Terrence Williams   2005-09   195

8. Francisco Garcia   2002-05   180

9. Russ Smith   2010-2014   171

10. Kyle Kuric   2008-12   169

Stats courtesy of GoCards.com and ESPN.com
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About Justin Renck

I am 28 years old, born and raised in Louisville. Graduated from UofL in 2008. Go Cards! Follow me on twitter @JustinRenck

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