A Look at the Top Ten Players for Most Made Free Throws in a Single Season.
Top Ten Players for Most Made Free Throws in a Single Season in College Basketball History.
There have been a lot of great players that have come through the college ranks, whether it was for just one season or multiple years. Which players had the most made free throws for a single season? Let us take a look and see who made this list.
1. Stefon Jackson is atop the list, after sinking 312 free throws during the 2008-09 season for Texas-El Paso. The guard finished with a 83.4 percentage from the line, while attempting 374 free throws for the year.
2. Tyler Hansbrough is 2nd, after drawing a ton of fouls during his junior season at North Carolina. During the 2007-08 campaign, Hansbrough connected on 304 free throws. The post player attempted 377 free throws that year, finishing with a 80.6 free throw percentage.
3. Hersey Hawkins is number 3, having connected 284 times from the foul line for Bradley, during the 1987-88 season. Hawkins attempted 335 foul shots that year, while ending with a free throw percentage of 84.8.
4. James Daniel is 4th on the list, after a good season with Howard, during the 2015-16 season. Daniel converted 280 times from the foul line, out of 331 chances. The Howard guard recorded a 84.6 free throw percentage for the campaign.
T-5. Caleb Green is in the top 5, having had a good season with Oral Roberts, during the 2006-07 season. Green made 278 free throws, while attempting a total of 366 for the year. The forward finished 76 percent from the foul line for the season.
T-5. Kevin Bradshaw is tied for 5th with Green, after knocking down 278 free throws during the 1990-91 season for U.S. International. Bradshaw attempted 348 foul shots that season, ending with a percentage of 79.9.
7. Andrew Andrews, the former Washington State guard comes in at number 7. Andrews drilled 273 foul shots during the 2015-16 season. The guard attempted 321 free throws for the year, finishing 85 percent from the line.
8. Alonzo Mourning is number 8 on the season, after sinking 272 free throws for Georgetown, during the 1991-92 campaign. Mourning shot 359 free throws for the season, ending with a 75.8 percentage from the line.
9. Kevin Houston, the former Army guard is number 9. Houston converted 268 times from the foul line, while attempting 294 foul shots. The guard shot 91.2 percent from the line during the 1986-87 season for Army.
10. Reggie Hamilton, the former product of Oakland rounds out the top 10. Hamilton connected 262 times from the charity stripe, during the 2011-12 season. The guard finished with a 87.6 percent from the line, while attempting a total of 299 foul shots.