With the Boise State men’s basketball team off to a historic start, many team and individual records could fall this season.
Here are a few things to keep an eye on…
Junior Jeff Elorriaga is on pace to break the school-record for three-point field goals in a season. In fact, through just 16 games, he has already surpassed his career-high of 39 set as a sophomore in 2011-12.
On pace: 103
IF Elorriaga continues to shoot at the same clip, he will finished the season ninth on the Broncos’ all-time list with 142 career threes. He would need 125 as a senior to break Coby Karl’s BSU record.
Sophomore Derrick Marks figures to litter the record books with his name this season. He leads the teams in points, assists, steals and free-throws made.
Current On Pace Rank
Points 255 493 17th
Steals 33 64 7th
FT Made 82 158 5th
Sophomore Anthony Drmic continues to impress in his second season. Drmic is averaging 15.3 points a game, which ranks second on the team. With 244 points, he is currently on pace to finish the regular season with 457. IF Boise State plays three postseason games and Drmic maintains his current pace, he would become just the 11th player in school-history to top 500 points in a season.
As a team, the Broncos have made 141 three-point field goals so far. By maintaining that pace, they would finish the regular season with 264, the second most in school history. The school record in 271 set in 2007-08.
— Jay Tust (Follow on Twitter: @KTVBSportsGuy)