This is March Madness. Not only do we love March Madness for the storylines and the upsets, but also for records being broken. Today, Wofford’s Fletcher Magee broke a record that is going to be hard to beat.
Magee, a senior from Orlando, Florida, is No. 1 in the nation in 3-point field goals per game, averaging 4.58 entering Thursday.
Wofford guard Fletcher Magee set the NCAA Division I career 3-point record on Thursday night in the first round of the NCAA tournament against Seton Hall, bypassing the mark once held by Travis Bader.
Magee was only three 3-pointers from breaking the record – he did that in the second half getting his 505th made three. This led Wofford to their first ever school NCAA tournament win today.
? NEW RECORD ?
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Wofford broke the record surpassing Bader who had set the mark with 504 in 2014 at Oakland.