UALR goes five deep in three-point shooting, tied for first nationally
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The depth of UALR’s three-point shooting is really what sets it apart from other teams. When D’Andre Williams shoots 35.3 percent and he’s the fifth best three-point shooter on your team, that’s impressive. There have been years when 35.3 percent would lead the team.
Solomon Bozeman still leads the way at 49.5 percent (54 of 109), Alex Garcia-Mendoza is second at 43.9 percent (18 of 41), Chuck Guy is third at 43.4 percent (33 of 76) and Matt Mouzy is fourth at 42.5 percent (48 of 113). Williams has made 12 of 34.
As a team, UALR is shooting 43.1 percent, which ties the Trojans for first nationally with Northern Arizona (NAU is percentage points better). But if you take away the 1 for 7 three-point shooting of Reggie Sonnier, who quit the team in December, and UALR is shooting 43.6 percent.