Scoring List: The Highest Scoring Mangok

Notre Dame and Louisville recorded wins last night. Here’s a look at how the games impacted the ACC Scoring List: 

Notre Dame: 

Austin Burgett’s 4 points vaulted him up 20 spots, past former teammate Tom Knight and into a tie with UNC reserve Ed Geth for 1674th place.

Eric Katenda scored 2, moving him up 56 spots to 2478th place, breaking a tie with Georgia Tech’s Ron Wamer and Florida State’s Joell Hopkins. 

Austin Torres scored 2, moving him up 37 spots to 2319, breaking a tie with Luke Davis (UNC) and tying former Tar Heel Wade Moody.

Martinas Geben’s 4 moved him up 36 to 2140, breaking a tie with former UNC football player Jesse Holley and tying former NC State coach Les Robinson. 

On Geben’s tail is Bonzie Colson, who score 5, moving up 72 spots to 2164, passing Duke’s Joey Beard and UNC’s Ryan Sullivan, younger brother of Pat.

Pat Connaughton moved up four spots to 826, tying Nate McMillan.

Jerian Grant moved up 41 spots to 1037, passing Cat Barber, Corey Maggette, Marvin Williams and Bobby Frasor. 

Steve Vasturia moved up 40 to 1389, tying Ron Curry and passing Jordan Vandenberg, Keith Jenifer, Karim Shabazz and Jake Layman 

Demetrius Jackson moved up 22 to 1211, passing Chezley Watson (UVA), Wayne Buckingham (Clem) and Scott Shepherd (FSU)

Zach Auguste moved up 33 to 1157, tying Wes Miller and passing Evan Smotrycz, Assane Sene, Adonis Filer, Walker Lambiotte, and former Maryland coach Gary Williams. 

For Louisville: 

Anas Mahmoud scored 2, moving him up 74 spots to 2509, breaking a tie with legendary bench warmers Todd Zafirovski and Chase Cannon. 

Jaylen Johnson’s single point moved him up 14 to 2319, tying Duke’s Eric Boateng. 

 Mangok Mathiang scored 6, moving him 75 spots to 2178, passing Olek Czyz, Surry Wood and Timo Makkinen. He’s the highest-scoring “Mangok” in ACC history. 

Chris Jones moved up 99 spots to 1674, passing Teven Jones, Raphael Akpejiori and Kenny Harris. He currently ranks second in ACC history among players named “Chris Jones” (behind the guy currently playing for Pitt)

Terry Rozier moved up 108 spots to 1626, passing Lefty Driesell, Orlando Melendez (UNC and Globetrotters), and Fletcher Arritt (UVa). He’s second on the ACC’s Rozier scoring list, behind Clifford, who scored his ACC points for UNC, then transferred to then-non-member Louisville. 

Wayne Blackshear moved up 54 to 1687, passing Ivan Wagner, Berend Weijs and Chris Brust. 

And Montrezl Harrell moved up 59 to 1584, passing Roddy Peters, Solomon Poole, Fran McCaffery, and two guys named Bill Chambers that both played for UNC.