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Women’s NCAA Division I Top Ten Three-Point Shooters

Posted by Noah Basketball on Jan 31, 2019 2:42:39 PM

The 2019 regular basketball season is well underway at all levels and programs. Our Noah Basketball team has kept an eye on the impressive performances from the Women’s NCAA Division I players along the three-point arc.

Earlier this season, No. 11 Stanford upset No. 3 Baylor for a Pac-12 win, when senior forward Alanna Smith pitched in 21 points going 5-9 from behind the deep field.    

 On January 20th, unranked Nebraska had a big fourth quarter and came from behind to upset No. 23 Minnesota.

“Shooters got to shoot,” said Nebraska’s Taylor Kissinger, the No. 3 three-point shooter in the nation, who made 2-of-3 three-point attempts in the fourth quarter, according to the Lincoln Journal Star.

We’ve compiled a list of the top ten three-point shooters through January 22, 2019. Not all of these players belong to a ranked team, making evident the importance of taking shots and building repetition in pre-, during and post- practice.

1. Katie Campbell (Gonzaga) – 50.6%

2. Alanna Smith (Stanford) – 50.5%

3. Taylor Kissinger (Nebraska) – 49.4%

4. Lauren Loven (Denver) – 49.4%

5. Funda Nakkasoglu (Florida) - 47.6%

6. Dominique Doseck (Ohio) – 47.6%

6. Maci Morris (Kentucky) – 47.6%

8. Sabrina Ionescu (Oregon) – 46.6%

9. Arica Carter (Louisville) – 46.5%

10. Jordan Brock (Tennessee Tech) – 46.2%

10. Dee Givens (Western Ky.) – 46.2%

Katie Campbell, the current top three-point shooter shooting 50.6%, put up a career-high of 17 points against San Diego, finishing 5-for-7 from behind the arc to lead her team to victory on January 19th. In addition to being the No. 1 three-point shooter in all of Division I NCAA Women’s Basketball, Campbell is a mom to daughter Ava.

Our Noah Basketball Shooting System provides teams an advantage from anywhere on the court, especially behind the 3-point line. Practicing with Noah gives players immediate feedback so their hard work and repetition pays off in game-time situations.

By shooting on the Noah Shooting System and analyzing player and team data through the Noahlytics Data Service, teams can better understand why their shots were made or missed. This data, in conjunction with the instant audible feedback given after each shot taken, allows Noah users to adjust their shots and create lasting muscle memory, leading to a higher percentage of shots made from everywhere on the court.

Noah Basketball’s technology is for basketball programs and shooters of every level. Sign up for a webinar to learn more about how this technology can help turn players into a better three-point shooters.