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Andre Stringer Moves into a Tie for 2nd Most Career Threes with 237

Andre Stringer went 2 of 3 from behind the three point line against San Francisco to bring his season total to 69 threes. In his career he has hit 237 of his 670 attempts (35.4%).

The 237 career three's ties him with Torris Bright for 2nd most career three's in LSU history.

Top 5 Career Three Pointers Made
1. Darrel Mitchell 258
2. Andre Stringer 237
2. Torris Bright 237
4. Ronnie Henderson 189
5. Clarence Ceasar 175

Andre Stringer has a chance to take sole possession of 2nd place in the all-time three point list Monday night against SMU.

Threes by Year for Stringer
Freshman: 57/193 (29.5%)
Sophomore: 44/139 (31.7%)
Junior: 67/164 (40.9%)
Senior: 69/174 (39.7%)

Andre has significantly improved his shot while at LSU proving that he has been one of the hardest working players in LSU history. His dedication to the sport is only outshone by his appreciation for his team.

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Double-Rig - 4 months ago
Where's Chris Jackson on that list?
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SouthOfSouth - 4 months ago
I don't know what he did in between his sophomore and junior year, but we need to make sure he tells Quarterman what he did and make sure that Q does that this offseason...
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foshizzle - 4 months ago
The plural of "three" is "threes".
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Captain Ron - 4 months ago
He could have been #1 if he had taken more shots as in Year 2.
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HeavyCore - 4 months ago
A much better player than a lot of people realized. I still think, even as a senior, he has yet to hit his true potential.
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SouthOfSouth - 4 months ago
Sorry guys. Read off the wrong column. His freshman year he hit 57 of 193.

Crazy how much he improved.
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LSU Patrick - 4 months ago
Must have meant 38/127 for freshman year.
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ECOTIGER - 4 months ago
Your numbers for his freshman year are off. 98/127 isn't 29.5 %
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