If each Cornell shooter got his own individual slide, about five players wouldn't get their due as top sharpshooters. Cornell is THAT good from three.
One player is so good, he'll get his own slide, but five must be honored here in one spot in the rankings.
Five players have hit at least 20 threes, with four dropping 39 or more. All five of those players shoot at least 39 percent from deep.
Last year's freshman of the year, Chris Wroblewski hit the second most on the team with 53 at 45.7 percent. Former Ivy League Player of the Year Louis Dale is third on the team with 48 threes at 39.3 percent.
Senior Jon Jaques has emerged as a world-class shooter and New York Times blogger. He's connected on over 45 percent of his threes this season. Teams tend to lose him on the perimeter, and Jaques makes them play.
Geoff Reeves is one away from being the fifth Cornell player to drop 40 trifectas. Finally, transfer Max Groebe hit 23 of 41 attempts for a slick 56 percent.
It's pretty obvious why Cornell is first in the country in three-point shooting.