Men’s Huskies Basketball guard Gage Davis is Minnesota’s all-time leading college basketball scorer, across all three NCAA divisions.
His 46 points against Wayne State Feb. 8 and 31 points versus Augustana University Feb. 9, gave Davis 2,391 points, pushing him past Saint John’s University’s Frank Wachlarowicz.
Wachlarowicz held the record for 40 years, scoring 2,357 points from 1975-1979.
This is Davis’ third record this season. He is the career scoring leader for St. Cloud State and career scoring leader for the Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference (NSIC).
The 6-foot-4 senior guard from Bolingbrook, Illinois, has recorded 1,828 points in 81 NSIC games. He has four regular-season NSIC games remaining:
- Feb. 15 at Minnesota State University Moorhead
- Feb. 16 at Northern State University
- Feb. 22 vs. Bemidji State University at Halenbeck Hall
- Feb. 23 vs. University of Minnesota Crookston at Halenbeck Hall
A physical education major, Davis is the son of Heather McMurrin and Pierre Davis.
The NCAA’s basketball division has 347 Division I programs, 318 Division II programs and 424 Division III programs. University of Minnesota is a Division I program. St. Cloud State and its sisters schools in the NSIC are Division II. Saint John’s University, Collegeville, is an example of a Division III program.