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Im curious and have a question. Was kinda bored today and was thinking about what was the best performance by a opposing player I have seen in the dome. Let me say that my family had season tickets from 87-96. I went to a few games a year before then and have been to a few after then. I moved to the Dallas area to be close to my parents after 2003 because o told myself I have seen it all! That said I’m not sure of exact years etc., but here is a few I remember...

1. Felipe Lopez, took my best friend in high school because my sister didn’t want to go. Scored 37 I think. I just remember saying the whole game to
My friend freakin Felipe. SU won though

2. During Moten era Chris Smith of UConn, another one that scored like 35. Seemed
Like he made everything. Again SU still won

For some reason those two stick out to me and I’m trying to remember more. So remember just some years, nothing against the old guys/ladies on here. I’m only 41 so...
 

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Forgot his name but some Seton Hall kid dropped I think 40 on us within the past 10 years or so.
 

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Im curious and have a question. Was kinda bored today and was thinking about what was the best performance by a opposing player I have seen in the dome. Let me say that my family had season tickets from 87-96. I went to a few games a year before then and have been to a few after then. I moved to the Dallas area to be close to my parents after 2003 because o told myself I have seen it all! That said I’m not sure of exact years etc., but here is a few I remember...

1. Felipe Lopez, took my best friend in high school because my sister didn’t want to go. Scored 37 I think. I just remember saying the whole game to
My friend freakin Felipe. SU won though

2. During Moten era Chris Smith of UConn, another one that scored like 35. Seemed
Like he made everything. Again SU still won

For some reason those two stick out to me and I’m trying to remember more. So remember just some years, nothing against the old guys/ladies on here. I’m only 41 so...
douby of Rutgers in the modern era but Julius Erving before that.
 

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All Opponent Records:

Individual Points Scored
68 Calvin Murphy, 12/7/1968 Niagara 50 Calvin Murphy, 1/31/1968 Niagara 41 Quincy Douby, Rutgers 2/1/2006 41 Tracy Tripucka, 1/14/1971 Lafayette 41 Bob Dwors, 1/29/1965 Bowling Green

Field Goals Made 24 Calvin Murphy, 12/7/1968 Niagara 16 Tracy Tripucka, 1/14/1971 Lafayette 16 Essie Hollis, 2/12/1977 St. Bonaventure

Field Goal Attempts 46 Calvin Murphy, 12/7/1968 Niagara 33 Ed Siudut, Holy Cross 2/10/1968 Field Goal Pct. (min. 10 att.) .923 Quadre Lillis 3/14/1996 (12-13), Montana State Field Goal Pct. (min. 9 att.) 1.000 Derrick Griffin, 12/27/2015 Texas Southern (9-9)

Free Throws Made 21 David Robinson, 3/16/1986 Navy (NCAA) 20 Calvin Murphy, 12/7/1968 Niagara 20 Calvin Murphy, 1/31/1968 Niagara

Free Throws Attempted 27 David Robinson, 3/16/1986 Navy (NCAA) 3/16/1986 23 Calvin Murphy, 12/7/1968 Niagara 23 Calvin Murphy, 1/31/1968 Niagara

Free Throw Pct. (min 10 att.) 1.000 Cedric Maxwell 3/17/1977 (11-11) Charlotte (NCAA)

3-pt. Field Goals Made 10 Cedric Hankerson, 12/10/2016 Boston U. 10 Brendan Plavich, 11/26/2003 Charlotte 10 Chris Hill, Michigan St. 2/23/2003 9 Ryan Wittman, Cornell 12/3/2008 9 Kyle McAlarney, 2/24/2008 Notre Dame 9 Quincy Douby, Rutgers 2/1/2006

3-pt. Field Goals Attempted 20 Cedric Hankerson, 12/10/2016 Boston U. 20 Elijah Ingram, 2/18/2003 St. John’s

3-pt. Field Goal Pct. (min. 5 att.) .875 Shane Hawkins (7-8) 3/17/1995 S. Illinois (NCAA)

Rebounds 32 Julius Irving, 2/22/1971 Massachusetts 26 Michael Smith, 1/25/1994 Providence 24 Clyde Lee, 12/28/1965 Vanderbilt 23 Steve Sullivan, 2/18/1967 Georgetown 23 Kenneth Glenn, Niagara 2/7/1963

Assists 16 Eric Murdock, 1/20/1990 Providence 15 Tom Doaty, 1/29/1975 Penn State 14 Shaheen Holloway, 2/7/1998 Seton Hall 14 Darrelle Porter, 1/23/1990 Pittsburgh

Steals 10 Marcus Hatten, 2/18/2003 St. John’s 8 Troy Bell, 2/7/2001 Boston College 7 William Gladness, 11/25/1998 Indiana

Blocked Shots 8 Hilton Armstrong, Conn. 1/6/2006 8 Eddie Griffin, 1/21/2001 Seton Hall 7 Hasheem Thabeet, 2/11/2009 Connecticut 7 Alex Woodhouse, 12/1/2008 Colgate
 

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Carrier Dome Opponent Records:

Individual Game Points Scored 35 Felipe Lopz, St. John’s 1/17/1995 35 David Robinson, Navy (NCAA) 3/16/1986

Points Scored (overtime) 41 Quincy Douby, Rutgers 2/1/2006 (had 36 in regulation)

Points Scored, One Half 26 David Robinson (2nd), Navy 3/16/1986 (NCAA)

Field Goals Made 14 Mike McGee, Michigan (NIT) 3/19/1981

Field Goals Made (overtime) 15 Quincy Douby, Rutgers 2/1/2006

Field Goal Attempts 28 Kirk Lee, Towson State 12/16/1990

Field Goal Attempts (overtime) 32 Quincy Douby, Rutgers 2/1/2006

Field Goal Pct. (min. 10 att.) .917 Matt Palazzi (11-12), Providence 1/28/1989

3-pt. Field Goals Made 10 Cedric Hankerson, Boston U. 12/10/2016 10 Brendan Plavich, Charlotte 11/26/2003

3-pt. Field Goals Attempted 20 Cedric Hankerson, Boston U. 12/10/2016 20 Elijah Ingram, St. John’s 2/18/2003

3-pt. Field Goal Pct. (min. 5 att.) .800 Luke Hancock (4-5), Louisville 3/2/2013 .714 Kenny Walls (5-7), Boston College 3/3/2002 .714 Vershaw Merk (5-7), Wisconsin 11/13/1999

Free Throws Made 21 David Robinson, Navy (NCAA) 3/16/1986

Free Throws Attempted 27 David Robinson, Navy (NCAA) 3/16/1986

Free Throw Pct. (min. 10 att.) 1.000 Zendon Hamilton (10-10), 12/5/1995 St. John’s Rebounds 17 Adonal Foyle, Colgate 12/22/1996 17 Patrick Ewing, Georgetown 1/28/1985 16 Mike Glover, Iona 12/18/2010

Assists 14 Shaheen Holloway, Seton Hall 2/7/1998 14 Darrelle Porter, Pittsburgh 1/23/1990

Steals 10 Marcus Hatten, St. John’s 2/18/2003 Blocked Shots 8 Hilton Armstrong, Connecticut 1/16/2006
 

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Plavich from UNC Charlotte. First game of 2003-04 season, and he goes 10-17 from 3 against us. 10-17!
Ha. Good call. I remember that game. Xtreme posted some stats. Hankerson from BU in 2016. That game was close for awhile if I remember correctly. I remember Boeheim getting really pissed (and me yelling at the TV or stream) to guard that guy! I remember JB being upset in the postgame presser a bit about their failure to guard him.
 
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douby of Rutgers in the modern era but Julius Erving before that.
That’s the first that came to my mind too. (Douby)I think GMac may have been banged up that game and Terrance Roberts hit a shot at the buzzer for the win.
 

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Yup. Won the first game by 20. Lost the NCAA game by 20. View attachment 128536
Yup. I was at both.

What nobody knew was that former Midshipman David Robinson had leveled-up to Admiral status in the time between those 2 games, and then became completely unstoppable during the 2nd half of the NCAA game.

We all walked out after that game completely dumbfounded.
 


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