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Boston College Basketball: Olivier Hanlan 12th On School's All-Time Scoring List

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Is this where he finishes his BC career?

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Hanlan has cooled a bit from his torrid 30+ point per game scoring spree with 15, 19 and 25 points over his last three games (and last we checked on his place on the school's all-time scoring list). The junior from Alymer, Quebec currently sits in 12th place on the school's all-time leading scorers list, leaping Michael Adams (1,650) in the victory over Virginia Tech.

1. Troy Bell, G, 1999-03 – 2,632 pts.
2. Craig Smith, F, 2002-06 – 2,349
3. Dana Barros, G, 1985-89 – 2,342
4. Bill Curley, F, 1990-94 – 2,102
5. Tyrese Rice, G, 2005-09 – 2,099
6. Jared Dudley, F, 2003-07 – 2,071
7. Danya Abrams, F, 1993-97 – 2,053
8. Bob Carrington, F, 1972-76 – 1,849
9. John Austin, F, 1963-66 – 1,845
10. Jay Murphy, F/C, 1980-84 – 1,795
11. Ernie Cobb, G, 1975-79 – 1,760
12. Olivier Hanlan, G, 2012-15 – 1,707
13. Michael Adams, G, 1981-85 – 1,650
14. John Bagley, G, 1979-82 – 1,629
15. Howard Eisley, G, 1990-94 – 1,628
16. Sean Marshall, G, 2003-07 – 1,491
17. Terry Driscoll, C, 1966-69 – 1,426
18. Joe Trapani, F, 2008-11 – 1,383
19. Roger McCready, F, 1982-86 – 1,365
20. Malcolm Huckaby, G, 1990-94 – 1,316

If today is Hanlan's last game, it looks like this is where he'll finish—short of Ernie Cobb (1,760) and Jay Murphy (1,795) and just a bit outside the top 10. If he does come back for his senior year, however, watch out.

With Hanlan's current three-year average of 569 points per season, that would put him on pace to crack the top 4, and be less than 100 points away from second, behind only Troy Bell. Hanlan would need 925 more points to match Bell's 2,632 point mark set in 2003, which, probably not happening.