50 Greatest Players in UConn men’s basketball history: 50-1

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T-50. Albert Mouring (1997-01) 6-3, G. One of the greatest shooters in Huskies history, Mouring remains the school’s all-time leader in free throw percentage (84.2%).

He’s also the fourth-most accurate three-point shooter in UConn history (41.1%).

Mouring was a factor off the bench during the Huskies’ run to the 1999 NCAA championship, averaging 7.1 points in 18 minutes per game that season.

He scored 15.1 points per game in his senior season in 2001, and shot 89 percent from the free throw line that season.

Sources: Uconnhooplegends.com, Basketball-reference.com




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