Travis Bader sets another NCAA mark
CHICAGO -- Oakland's Travis Bader put his name atop another NCAA record list Friday night, setting the mark for 3-point field-goal attempts in a career with 1,198 during an 86-71 win over Illinois-Chicago.
Bader scored 28 points, going 4 of 6 from the perimeter and 12 of 13 from the foul line. The four 3-pointers gave him an NCAA-leading 130 on the season and pushed his NCAA all-time record to 487.
Bader moved past former Saint Peter's standout Keydren Clark, who had 1,192 3-point attempts from 2002 to '06.
Duke Mondy added 17 points with eight assists and seven boards for Oakland.
Oakland (11-18, 6-8 Horizon League) shot 56.3 percent from the field. Ralph Hill finished with 13 points.
The Flames (5-23, 0-14), who dropped their 17th straight game, were held to 22-of-59 shooting (37.3 percent). Hayden Humes scored 16 points, Marc Brown had 10 and Kelsey Barlow chipped in eight with eight assists.
Information from The Associated Press was used in this report.
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