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  • n. Plural form of trey.


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  • Bryant had trouble on long field goals last season; perfect on kicks under 40 yards, he converted less than half his treys beyond 40.

    Youth won't stop Bucs' Morris from running old-school camp

  • F Will Graves, a 37.1 percent three-point shooter with a team-high 73 treys, averaged 12.2 ppg in the final NIT games, nearly three points more than his season average.

    Atlantic Coast Conference

  • If he's healthy next season, he could again be a top 3-point threat like was as a sophomore when he made a team-high 55 treys.

    Mountain West Conference

  • They shot 30.8 percent from beyond the arc this year (11th in the Southland) and attempted 15 or more treys in 20 of their 32 games.

    Southland Conference

  • The team would probably take that again in 2010-11, but it would be a lot easier to stomach his shooting more than 200 treys if another shooter stepped up into a consistent threat from beyond the arc.

    Southland Conference

  • He hit a team-leading 57 treys on the year, the seventh-highest total in the conference.

    Southland Conference

  • Senior guards Corey Allmond and Ashton Mitchell, with the help of Clavell's inside game, made the Bearkats one of the best 3-point shooting teams around, with Allmond's Rupp Arena record 11 treys against Kentucky in November highlighting the season.

    Southland Conference

  • But once you get your Larry Bird stroke down and start knocking down those treys, damned if it isn't strangely satisfying. $1, available on iPhone.

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  • Jeffrey Forbes drained 47 treys -- one fewer than Dean -- and displayed as much offensive promise as his fellow frosh.

    Big Sky Conference

  • Ryan Staudacher also graduates after knocking down more than 200 treys in his stellar Montana career.

    Big Sky Conference


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