NCAA Scoring Champion

The NCAA Scoring Champion is the player who scored the most points in official NCAA games over the course of the season. Because the NCAA does not have a set standard number of games that each team must play the scoring champion skews towards some teams rather than others (The Ivy League teams, for instance, do not start their seasons until almost a month after the official start of the NCAA season). Additionally, points scored in both conference and league tournament games are included, slanting the scoring titles towards players on teams that perform the best in the postseason.

Several Players have won the league scoring title multiple times but only Phil Latreille has led the NCAA in scoring three separate times. Impressively, Latreille did so by averaging more than 4 points per game in each of the three seasons.

Award winners[1][edit | edit source]

Year Winner Pos School Gms PTS
1947–48 Gordon McMillan F Michigan 21 62
1948–49 Bill Riley F Dartmouth 78
1949–50 Jack Garrity F Boston University 84
1950–51 Neil Celley LW Michigan 27 79
1951–52 Frank Chiarelli F Rensselaer 18 79
1952–53 John Mayasich C Minnesota 27 78
1953–54 John Mayasich C Minnesota 28 78
1954–55 Bill Cleary F Harvard 21 89
1955–56 Ed Rowe C Clarkson 23 65
1956–57 Bob Cleary C Harvard 26 73
Bill Hay C Colorado College 30 73
1957–58 Bill Hay C Colorado College 30 80
1958–59 Phil Latreille C Middlebury 20 90
1959–60 Phil Latreille C Middlebury 22 96
1960–61 Phil Latreille C Middlebury 21 108
1961–62 Ron Ryan RW Colby 104
1962–63 Tom Roe C Williams 21 78
1963–64 Jerry Knightley F Rensselaer 26 75
1964–65 John Cunniff LW Boston College 27 67
1965–66 Doug Ferguson C Cornell 27 71
1966–67 Jerry York F Boston College 28 67
Herb Wakabayashi C Boston University 31 67
1967–68 Delbert Dehate C Wisconsin 31 77
1968–69 David Merhar F Army 28 107
1969–70 Tim Sheehy C Boston College 24 68
1970–71 Louis Frigon C New Hampshire 29 86
1971–72 Dave Skalko C Air Force 31 76
1972–73 Rick Kennedy F Saint Louis 38 96

Year Winner Pos School Gms PTS
1973–74 Steve Colp C Michigan State 38 97
1974–75 Tom Ross C Michigan State 40 97
1975–76 Tom Ross C Michigan State 41 105
1976–77 Dave Taylor RW Clarkson 34 108
1977–78 Mike Eaves F Wisconsin 43 89
1978–79 Mark Johnson C Wisconsin 40 90
1979–80 Bill Joyce F Northern Michigan 40 96
1980–81 Aaron Broten C Minnesota 45 106
1981–82 Ed Beers LW Denver 42 84
1982–83 Brian Hills F Bowling Green 40 94
1983–84 Paul Pooley F Ohio State 42 96
1984–85 Bill Watson RW Minnesota−Duluth 46 109
1985–86 Dan Dorion RW Western Michigan 42 104
1986–87 Tony Hrkac C North Dakota 48 116
1987–88 Steve Johnson F North Dakota 42 85
Dave Capuano LW Maine 42 85
Paul Polillo C Western Michigan 42 85
1988–89 Bobby Reynolds RW Michigan State 47 77
Kip Miller LW Michigan State 47 77
1989–90 Kip Miller LW Michigan State 44 101
1990–91 Scott Beattie C Northern Michigan 46 89
1991–92 Denny Felsner LW Michigan 44 94
1992–93 Paul Kariya LW Maine 39 100
1993–94 Dean Fedorchuk C Alaska–Fairbanks 38 74
Tavis MacMillan C Alaska–Fairbanks 38 74
1994–95 Brendan Morrison C Michigan 39 76
1995–96 Martin St. Louis RW Vermont 35 85
Éric Perrin C Vermont 38 85

Year Winner Pos School Gms PTS
1996–97 Brendan Morrison C Michigan 43 88
1997–98 Marty Reasoner C Boston College 42 73
1998–99 Jason Krog C New Hampshire 41 85
1999–00 Steven Reinprecht C Wisconsin 37 66
2000–01 Jeff Panzer C North Dakota 46 81
2001–02 John Pohl C Minnesota 44 79
2002–03 Peter Sejna LW Colorado College 42 82
2003–04 Junior Lessard F Minnesota–Duluth 45 63
2004–05 Marty Sertich C Colorado College 43 64
2005–06 Ryan Potulny C Minnesota 41 63
2006–07 T. J. Hensick C Michigan 41 69
2007–08 Nathan Gerbe C Boston College 43 68
2008–09 Bryan Leitch LW Quinnipiac 39 59
2009–10 Gustav Nyquist RW Maine 39 61
2010–11 Andy Miele C Miami 39 71
2011–12 Spencer Abbott LW Maine 39 62
2012–13 Rylan Schwartz C Colorado College 41 53
2013–14 Johnny Gaudreau LW Boston College 40 80
2014–15 Jack Eichel C Boston University 40 71
2015–16 Kyle Connor LW Michigan 38 71
2016–17 Zach Aston-Reese F Northeastern 38 63
Mike Vecchione F Union 38 63
Tyler Kelleher RW New Hampshire 40 63
2017–18 Adam Gaudette C Northeastern 38 60
2018–19 Taro Hirose LW Michigan State 36 50
Alex Limoges C Penn State 39 50
2019–20 Jack Dugan F Providence 34 52

Winners by school[edit | edit source]

School Winners
Michigan 7
Michigan State 7
Boston College 6
Minnesota 5
Colorado College 4
Maine 4
Wisconsin 4
Boston University 3
Middlebury 3
New Hampshire 3
North Dakota 3
Alaska 2
Clarkson 2
Harvard 2
Minnesota–Duluth 2
Northeastern 2
Northern Michigan 2
Rensselaer 2
Vermont 2
Western Michigan 2
Air Force 1
Army 1
Bowling Green 1
Colby 1
Cornell 1
Dartmouth 1
Denver 1
Miami 1
Ohio State 1
Penn State 1
Providence 1
Quinnipiac 1
Saint Louis 1
Union 1
Williams 1

Winners by position[edit | edit source]

Position Winners
Center 42
Right wing 8
Left wing 14
Forward 18

Multiple Winners[edit | edit source]

Player Wins
Phil Latreille 3
John Mayasich 2
Kip Miller 2
Brendan Morrison 2
Tom Ross 2

References[edit | edit source]

  1. NCAA - All-time season. Elite Prospects. Retrieved on 2018-05-06.

External links[edit | edit source]


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