In the Red Storm’s loss to Butler Wednesday night, St. John’s University, Jamaica, guard D’Angelo Harrison became the third player in school history to reach the 2,000-pt. plateau.
He finished the game with 10 pts., marking the 99th time in 114 career appearances that the senior guard delivered a double-digit scoring performance.
Harrison joined exclusive company, recording his 2,000th career point with a free-throw at 3:51 in the first half. He joins St. John’s greats Chris Mullin (2,440 pts. – 1981-85) and Malik Sealy (2,402 pts. – 1988-92) on the scoring chart.