Osborne pushes 3-point streak to 26 games for No.3 Whitman
One of the best 3-point shooters in the country is from Anchorage. And his name is Trevor Osborne.
The Whitman College junior guard has made a 3-pointer in 26 consecutive games and currently ranks No. 3 nationally in NCAA D3 with a .521 season percentage on 50-of-96 shooting.
NCAA D3 Leaders
.540 Calvin Songster, Marysville (TN)
.531 Kyle Wagner, Simpson (IA)
.521 Trevor Osborne, Whitman (WA)
.509 Jack Stewart, Whitman (WA)
.503 Zach Gould, La Roche (PA)
Osborne, of Grace Christian High fame, has had six games this season with four 3-pointers.
His 26-game 3-point streak looked to be in jeopardy in Whitman’s most recent game as Osborne didn’t make a 3 until the 8:46 mark of the second half. Ninety seconds later he was subbed out of a game for good with Whitman in control.
Whitman (19-1) has won 15 straight games and is ranked No. 3 in the country.
Osborne is averaging 9.1 points per game in 19 appearances and recently surpassed the 500-point career milestone.