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Boston College Basketball: Olivier Hanlan Cracks Top 15 On School's All-Time Scoring List

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On pace to end the year in the top 12.

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With 16 points in the loss to Syracuse, Olivier Hanlan has cracked the top 15 on the school's all-time leading scorers list with 1,502 career points. Hanlan jumps Sean Marshall, who finished his four-year career at BC with 1,491.

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. Michael Adams, G, 1981-85 – 1,650 
13. John Bagley, G, 1979-82 – 1,629
14. Howard Eisley, G, 1990-94 – 1,628
15. Olivier Hanlan, G, 2012-15 – 1,502
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

Hanlan is averaging 17.5 points per game this season. With seven regular season games and at least one ACC Tournament game remaining this year, Hanlan is on pace to add another 140 points to this year's total. That would move him past Howard Eisley (1,628) and John Bagley (1,629) and leave him just eight points shy of Michael Adams (1,650) for 12th in the school's scoring list.

Assuming he returns for his senior season, Hanlan is likely to become just the school's eighth 2,000+ point scorer. A top five finish would be well within reach.