Jeff Grayer - Iowa State
Chris Smith is the alltime leading scorer
Lynette Woodard is the all-time leading scorer for Division I women's collegiate basketball with 3,649 points. (from the website of the Women's Basketball Hall of Fame - see http://www.wbhof.com/woodard.html)
Corey brewer of portland high school
Shelden Williams with 1,262. Mike Gminski is 2nd with 1,242.
Kobe Bryant, and he'll be the alltime leading scorer in history when he's done.
Oscar Robertson of Cincinatti led division one with 1011 points and a 33.7 average.
Kareem Abdul-Jabber=about 36,500.
As of the 2008 season, Brett Favre with 442.
Michael Smith ended his career with 2319 pts.
Roy Marble (senior)
Troy Bell with 2403 points.
Jackie Stiles of Southwest Missouri State (1997-98 - 2000-01) is the Division I all time leading point scorer with 3,393.
In Men's NCAA basketball, it is Travis Grant of Kentucky State. In NAIA basketball, it is John Pierce of David Lipscomb College. In women's basketball, it is Jackie Stiles of Southwest Missouri State.
Danny Manning with 2,951 points. Actually the all-time leading scorer in College basketball is Lynette Woodard with 3,649 points. She also played for Kansas University, so she would be the correct answer.
Jimmer Fredette from BYU after Utah win.
Pete Maravich, or "Pistol Pete", a guard from LSU is the NCAA Basketball's leading scorer. He ended his college career with 3,667 points and was elected into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame.