JJ Redick has the most career 3 pointers, making 457. However, he only shot 40%. Jaycee Carroll of Utah State made 369 career 3 pointers, shooting a incredible 46.5% for his career.
the best three point shooter in the NCAA was shaq he shot .735 from behind the arc.
Yes, there is a 3-point shot in NCAA basketball.
John Wall or Kyle Singular
The most three pointers made in a NCAA Collage basketball games was Keith Veeney (Marshall U) with 15 three pointers in a single game.
20 feet 9 inches, same as all NCAA three point lines
Booker Woodfox of Creighton 51% Stephon Curry of Davidson 38%
On May 3, 2007 the NCAA rules committee decided to lengthen the three point line to 20 feet 9 inches.
The NCAA's Southern Conference became the first collegiate conference to use the three-point rule, adopting a 22-foot line in 1980
In men's basketball, Kentucky has more NCAA basketball championships. Kansas' men's basketball team has won the NCAA championship three times while Kentucky's men's basketball team has won the NCAA championship eight times. In women's basketball, neither team has a championship.
NBA-23 ft. NCAA-21 ft. High School-19 ft.
The men's basketball team has won three championships: 1952, 1988 and 2008. The women's basketball team has never won the NCAA championship.
The NCAA's Southern Conference became the first collegiate conference to use the three-point rule, adopting a 22-foot line in 1980. Over the following five years, NCAA conferences differed in their use of the rule and the distance they required for a three-point shot. The NCAA adopted the 19-foot, 9-inch line nationally in 1986. On May 3, 2007 the NCAA rules committee decided to lengthen the three point line to 20 feet 9 inches. This rule will come into effect at the beginning of the 2008-09 season. J.J. Redick currently holds the NCAA Division I record with 457 three-point field goals while shooting 40.4% from three-point range for his career.
The back of the NCAA three point line is 20 feet 9 inches from the center of the goal as measured horizontally.