Consecutive Basketball Free Throw Shooting Records

Y.M.C.A. Sports Carnival Chicago
Foul Shooting Contest (Shoot foul shots until two misses)
(Underhand Record)
499 straight Harold “Bunny” Levitt, 4/6/1935
(Missed 500th try, made 873 total without missing 2nd time; stopped so they could close)
(World Record until 1975)

Exhibition Free-Throw Shooting
112 straight John Petrakis (Dubuque, Iowa), 1934
148 straight John Petrakis (Dubuque, Iowa), 1935
200 straight Ted St. Martin, 3/15/1972
245 straight Ted St. Martin, 3/5/1974
1,238 straight Ted St. Martin, 2/21/1975
1,233 straight Robert Zittlow, Dec. 2010 at Green Bay Y.M.C.A.
1,538 straight Mike Scudder, 19__
1,704 straight Ted St. Martin, 1972? (Phoenix Suns Halftime Show)
2,036 straight Ted St. Martin, 6/25/1977
3,885 straight Ted St. Martin, c. 1992
2,750 straight Dr. Tom Amberry, 11/15/1993 (72 years old.)
5,221 straight Ted St. Martin, 4/28/1996

Early Pro Record (Practice)
91 straight Sam Curlett, Kingston Pros, 1910

High School Practice
598 straight Hal Cohen, Canton HS, 12/11/1975 (New York)
175 straight Cornelius “Connie” Pagliaro, St. Francis Prep, 1947 (N.Y.)

College Practice
180 straight Bobby Lloyd, Rutgers Freshmen, 1963-64
137 straight Jamal Coombs-McDaniel, U. of Connecticut, 12/31/2009

While Blindfolded
63 straight John Sebastian, 5/18/1972 (at Maine East High)
88 straight Fred Newman, 2/5/1978 (at Central YMCA, San José, Cal.)

While Standing On One Foot
86 straight James “Trick Shot” Lister, 19__?

Outdoor
104 straight Tom Evans, May 2003, Hall of Fame Tour Classic Shot (Tampa)
N.C.A.A. DI Coaches Charity Contest
102 straight Fred Hoiberg (Iowa State), 4/12/2011, Shots From the Heart

Female- Exhibition
267 straight Deb Remmerde, 2/13/2006, CBS-TV Sports, Orange City, Iowa
167 straight Deb Remmerde, 2/13/2006, CBS-TV Sports, Orange City, Iowa

Early Women's Records

Consecutive Free Throw Records
33 straight Margaret McBurney (Edmonton Grads) 1927
35 straight Margaret McBurney (Edmonton Grads) 3/8/1928 Exhibition, at McDougall Hih Gym, Edmonton, Alberta

Successful Free Throws

World Basketball Free Throw Tournament
56 of 60 Free Throws Miss M. Koyano (Takanayacho HS, Tokyo) 3/2/1927 at Charleston, South Carolina

Exhibition
57 of 60 Free Throws Margaret McBurney (Edmonton Grads) 3/8/1928 at McDougall Gym, Edmonton, Alberta

Consecutive Successful Free Throws World Records

Professional Basketball Record
(Independent)
138 straight John Wooden, Indianapolis Kautskys, 1934-36

Women's College Record
(N.A.I.A. Div. II)
133 straight Deb Remmerde, Northwestern College (Iowa), ends 2/8/2006 v Dakota Wesleyan, over 23 games
For all female player' consecutive successful foul shots records see Women's Consecutive Free Throws

Boy's High School Record
(Louisiana)
126 straight Daryl Moreau, De La Salle (New Orleans), 1/17/1978-1/9/1979
one-season
(Michigan)
102 straight Brad Radford. Frankenmuth High, 12/14/2007-2/9/2008
National Collegiate Athletic Association
(N.C.A.A. Div. II)
98 straight Paul Cluxton, Northern Kentucky, 1997-98 (two seasons)
(N.C.A.A. Div. III)
95 straight Jak Davidson, Wabash College, to 2/16/2019 (one season)

National Basketball Association Record

NBA
97 straight Micheal Williams, Minnesota Timberwolves, 3/24/1993-11/9/1993

Euroleague Record
Group C
94 straight Arvydas Macijauskas, Tau Ceramica Baskonia (Spain), to 11/26/2006 (one season)

Israel Pro Record
61 straight Adi Gordon, Hapoel Jerusalem, 1995-96 (one season)

NBA 
Historic Record Holders

(Regular Season)
35 straight Max Zaslofsky, Chicago Stags, 1949
49 straight Joe Fulks, Philadelphia Warriors, 1946-47
50 straight Bill Sharman, Boston Celtics, 1/14-1/30/1955
55 straight Bill Sharman, Boston Celtics, 11/22-12/27/1956 (one season)
56 straight Bill Sharman, Boston Celtics, 1958-1959 (1958 & 1959 playoffs, 11 games)
58 straight Calvin Murphy, Houston Rockets, 10/28-11/18/1975 (one season)
60 straight Rick Barry, San Francisco Warriors, 10/22-11/16/1976 (one season)
78 straight Calvin Murphy, , 12/27/1980-2/28/1981 (one season)
97 straight Micheal Williams, Minnesota Timberwolves, 3/24/1993-11/9/1993 (84 straight in season)

N.B.A. Consecutive Free Throws Records
97 straight Micheal Williams, Minnesota Timberwolves, 3/24/1993-11/9/1993 (two seasons)
87 straight Jose Calderon, Toronto Raptors, 4/11/2008-1/30/2009 (two seasons; 84 in 2008-09 season)
81 straight Mahmoud Abdul Rauf, Denver Nuggets, 1993-11/16/1993 (two seasons)
78 straight Calvin Murphy, Houston Roskets, 12/27/1980-2/28/1981 (one season)
77 straight Mark Price, Cleveland Cavaliers, 1993 (one season)
75 straight Ricky Pierce, Seattle SuperSonics, ends 12/13/1991 (one season)
74 straight Steve Nash, Phoenix Suns, 4/6/07 to 11/30/07 (two seasons; 21 in 2006-07, 53 in 2007-08)
73 straight Caron Butler, Washington Wizards, to 2/3/2008 (one season)
71 straight Larry Bird, Boston Celtics, 12/19/1989-2/13/1990 (one season)
71 straight Sam Cassell, , 1/14/2004-2/8/2004 (one season)
67 straight Terrell Brandon, Cleveland Cavaliers, 12/8/1995-1/5/1996 (one season)
67 straight Jeff Hornacek, Phoenix Suns, 11/12/1999-1/6/2000 (one season)
66 straight Peja Stojakovic, Minnesota Timberwolves, 3/23-5/10/2004 (41 sraight reg. season + 15 straight playoffs)
65 straight Danny Granger, Indiana Pacers, to 2/22/2008 (one season)
63 straight Dan Issel, Denver Nuggets, 2/15-2/27/1982 (one season)
62 straight Joe Dumars, Detroit Pistons, ends 4/5/1991
62 (or 63?) Terrell Brandon, Minnesota Timberwolves, 11/16/2001-2/4/2001 (last game of career)
62 straight Kobe Bryant, Los Angeles Lakers, 1/11-1/22/2006 (one season)
61 straight Reggie Miller, Indiana Pacers, 2/5-3/13/2005 (one season)
60 straight Rick Barry, San Francisco Warriors, 10/22-11/16/1976 (one season)
60 straight Reggie Miller, Indiana Pacers, 3/18-4/6/2005 (one season)
60 straight Dirk Nowitski, Dallas Mavericks, to 1/7/2006
59 straight Larry Bird, Boston Celtics, 9/9-23/9/2987 (one season)
58 straight Calvin Murphy, Houston Rockets, 10/28-11/18/1975 (one season)
58 straight Michael Redd, Milwaukee Bucks, 2004 (one season)
58 straight Jamal Crawford, Los Angeles Clippers, 11/3-12/9/2012 (one season)
58 straight Jerryd Bayless, Milwaukee Bucks, to 1/26/2015 (one season)
57 straight Mike Bratz, Phoenix Suns, 1/12-3/2/1980 (one season)
57 straight Kevin Johnson, Phoenix Suns, 1/27-2/9/1989 (one season)
57 straight Earl Boykins, Denver Nuggets, to 2/12/2005
56 straight Bill Sharman, Boston Celtics, 1958-1959 (1958 & 1959 playoffs, 11 games)
56 straight Terrell Brandon, Cleveland Cavaliers, to 12/28/1996
55 straight Bill Sharman, Boston Celtics, 11/22-1-12/27 (one season)
53 straight Walter Davis, Denver Nuggets, 11/15-12/13/1989 (one season)
53 straight Steve Nash, Phoenix Suns, 2007-08
52 straight Reggie Miller, Indiana Pacers, 3/5-3/18/1991 (one season)
51 straight John Long, Detroit Pistons, 3/2-4/10/1984 (one season)
51 straight Jack Sikma, Milwaukee Bucks, 1987
51 straight Chauncey Billups, Toronto Raptors, 2/22-4/3/1998 (one season)
51 straight Mike Bibby, Sacramento Kings, 2002-03
51 straight Richard Hamilton, Detroit Pistons, to 2/24/2010 (one season)
50 straight Dolph Schayes, Syracuse Nationals, to 1/2/1958
50 straight Bill Sharman, Boston Celtics, 1/14-1/30/1955
50 straight Michael Redd, Milwaukee Bucks, 2/14-3/1/2006 (one season)
50 straight Kobe Bryant, Los Angeles Lakers, to 2/20/2008 (one season)
49 straight Joe Fulks, Philadelphia Warriors, 1946-47
49 straight Jeff Hornacek, Phoenix Suns, to 12/30/1991 or 1990?
49 straight Steve Nash, Dallas Mavericks, 12/2-12/20/2002 (one season)
48 straight Steve Nash, Phoenix Suns, 12/15/2010-1/14/2011 (one season)
47 straight Steve Nash, Dallas Mavericks, 1/2-1/23/2003
45 straight Rolando Blackman, Dallas Mavericks, 11/5-11/19/1991 (ones eason)

NBA Playoffs Free Throws Records
56 straight Bill Sharman, Boston Celtics, 1958 (7 games, championship round) & 1959 (4 games)

NBA Consecutive Free Throws to start new season:
84 straight Jose Calderon, Toronto Raptors, 2008-09 (to 1/30/09)
53 straight Steve Nash, Phoenix Suns, 2007-08

ABA 
Historic Record Holders
31 straight Doug Moe, New Orleans Buccaneers, 3/15-3/19/1968 (4 games)
49 straight Bobby Lloyd, New York Nets, 2/14-3/16/1969 (13 games) at Commack, L.I.
58 straight Louie Dampier, Kentucky Colonels, 12/13/1970-1/11/1971 (one season)

ABL
Historic Records
58 straight Larry Staverman, Kansas City Steers, to 2/15/1962

Continental Basketball Association
Historic Record Holders
56 straight Robert Smith, Toronto Tornados, 1/22-2/5/1984
60 straight Miles Simon, Dakota Wizards, 2/21-2/5/2002

NBA Development League
110 straight Blake Ahearn, Reno Bighorns, 12/21/2011-2/2/2012
78 straight Blake Ahearn, Dakota Wizards, 2008

Euroleague
94 straight Arvydas Macijauskas, Tau Ceramica Baskonia (Spain), to 11/26/2006 (one season)
58 straight Igor Rakocevic, Tau Ceramica Baskonia (Spain), 2008-09 (one season)

British Basketball League (B.B.L.)
Record Holder
85 straight Trey Moore, Newcastle Eagles, to 3/27/2009 (one season)

Brazil Pro Foul Shot Streak Record Holders
Carioca League
90 straight Oscar Schmidt, Flamengo Petrobrás, c.1999-03 (over 10 games)

Finland Pro Foul Shot Streak Record Holder
Korisliiga
48 straight Kalevi Pietikainen, Huima (Spectacular), Oct. 17, 1981-Oct. 1, 1982

Israel Pro Foul Shot Streak Record Holders
55 straight Brad Leaf, Hapoel Galil Elyon, 1994-95 (one season)
57 straight Amir Katz, Bnei Herzliya, 1994-95 to 1995-96 (two seasons)
61 straight Adi Gordon, Hapoel Jerusalem, 1995-96 (one season)

Philippines Pro Foul Shot Streak Record Holders
P.B.A.
76 straight Allan Caidic, team?, 10/22/1992-5/11/1993
69 straight William “Bogs” Adornado, Shell & Hill Bros., 10/20/1986-8/7/87

Venezuela Pro Foul Shot Streak Record Holder
L.P.B.
54 straight Omar Quintero, Gigantes de Guayana, 2009
42 straight José Ramos, Gigantes de Guayana, 2009

Amateur Athletic Union
California A.A.U. Regular Season
73 straight Chuck Kearney, Hollywood Athletic Association, 1931? (73 of 73 for season)

National College Athletic Association
N.C.A.A. Division I Record
Historic Record Holders
56 straight Gus Broberg, Dartmouth, 1939-1941 (two seasons)
38 straight Chet Forte, Columbia, 1956-57
42 straight Dave Ricketts, Duquesne, to 2/4/1957
34 straight Don Hennon, Pittsburgh (W 79-72) at Holy Cross, streak ends 2/4/1958
50 straight Howard Komives, Bowling Green, 1963-64
57 straight Bill Bradley, Princeton Freshman, 1961-62 (frosh team)
60 straight Bobby Lloyd, Rutgers, streak ends Feb. 1967
64 straight Joe Dykstra, Western Illinois, 1981-82 (8 games)
73 straight Gary Buchanan, Villanova, 11/17/2000-2/12/2001 (21 games)1
85 straight Darnell Archey, Butler University, 2000- Jan. 2003 (three seasons)

Consecutive Free Throws Records
85 straight Darnell Archey, Butler University, 2000- Jan. 2003 (three seasons)
73 straight Gary Buchanan, Villanova, 11/17/2000-2/12/2001 (21 games)
68 straight Steve Novak, Marquette, to 1/7/2006 (two seasons)
66 straight Scott Wood, North Carolina State, to 2/10/2012 (one season)
64 straight Joe Dykstra, Western Illinois, 1981-82 (8 games)
63 straight A.J. Graves, Butler University, 11/25/2006-1/28/2007
62 straight Luke Ridnour, U. of Oregon, 1/9-2/22/2003 (one season)
60 straight Bobby Lloyd, Rutgers, streak ends Feb. 1967
60 straight Blake Ahearn, Southwest Missouri State, 12/20/2003-2/14/2004 (one season)
60 straight Blake Ahearn, Southwest Missouri State, 12/19/2004-1/31/2005 (one season)
58 straight Jordan Hulls, Indiana, ends 12/22/2011
57 straight Bill Bradley, Princeton Freshman, 1961-62 (last 57 of season)
57 straight Vince Greene, Illinois State, 1/18/2004-11/30/2004 (two seasons)
56 straight Derek Raivio, Gonzaga, 1/15 to 2/26/2007
54 straight J.J. Redick, Duke University, 3/20/2003-1/15/2004
52 straight Shizz Alston, Jr., Temple, Dec. 2016 to 12/8/2017
51 straight Neil Watson, Southern Mississippi, to Feb. 2014
50 straight Howard Komives, Bowling Green, 1963-64 (one season)
50 straight Travis Ford, Kentucky, 1992-93 to 1/8/1994
49 straight Brian Burke, Lafayette, to 2/9/2000 (one season)
49 straight Ryan Mendez, Stanford Univ., to 3/10/2001
49 straight Lynn Greer, Temple, March 2001 (includes 27 straight in NCAA tournament)
48 straight Howard Komives, Bowling Green, 196_
48 straight Mal Graham, New York University, 1966-67
48 straight Rickey Medlock, Arkansas, 1974-75
48 straight Jeff Lamp, University of Virginia, 1979-80
48 straight Marcus Wilson, Evansville College, 12/1/1996-2/2/1997 (one season)
48 straight Tyler Haws, Brigham Young, 2009-10 (one season)
48 straight John Gillon, Syracuse, to 3/4/2017 (one season)
47 straight Tim Blair, Wisconsin-Eau Claire, 1990
46 straight Glenn Napier, Morehead State, 1981-82
46 straight Todd Leary, Indiana, 2/22/1990-1/26/1994
46 straight Ashton Gibbs, Pittsburgh, 2009-10
45 straight Steve Smith, Michigan State, 1991
45 straight Roger Mason, Jr., University of Virginia, 2000-01
45 straight Cory Higgins, Colorado, to 1/7/2009
44 straight James Gillingham, Bradley U., 2/8 to 2/25/2003
44 straight Derek Raivio, Gonzaga, 11/24/2006 to 1/8/2007
44 straight Jack McClinton, Miami (Fla.), to 11/21/2008
44 straight Larry Wright, Oakland University, (Michigan), to Mar. 2010
43 straight Johnathon Jones, Oakland University (Michigan), to 1/23/2010
43 straight Clevin Hannah, Wichita State, to 1/27/2010
42 straight Ken McIntyre, St. John's (W 55-51) Villanova, misses 1st FT 3/20/1965 N.I.T. at Madison Square Garden
42 straight Jeff Jonas, Utah, 1976-77
42 straight David Bluthethal, U.S.C., 2000-01
42 straight Daniel Horton, Michigan, 2005-06
42 straight Daniel Horton, Michigan, to 2/4/2006 (2nd time)
42 straight Canyon Barry, Florida, to Feb. 2017 [Father Rick Barry has A.B.A. one game consecutive FT record of 23]
41 straight Todd Lichti, Stanford, 1988-89
41 straight Geoff Goss, Gonzaga, c.1994
41 straight Derek Raivio, Gonzaga, 12/28/2004 to 2/3/2005
41 straight Bret Cloepfil, Colorado State, 2006-07
41 straight Holton Hunsaker, Utah Valley, 2011-12
40 straight Dave Ricketts, Duquesne University, to 1/30/1957
40 straight Donta Bright, Massachusetts, Jan.-Feb. 1996
40 straight Juan Dixon, Maryland, Dec. 2000 (one season)
39 straight Jackie Murdock, Wake Forest, to 1/31/1957
39 straight Rob Gonzalez, Colorado, 1/10 to 2/26/1983
39 straight Joey Graham, Oklahoma State, 2004-05
39 straight Sean Singletary, University of Virginia, to 12/16/2006
39 straight Jimmer Fredette, Brigham Young University, 11/17 to 12/12/2009

One Season
73 straight Gary Buchanan, Villanova, 11/17/2000-2/12/2001 (21 games)
64 straight Joe Dykstra, Western Illinois, 1981-82 (8 games)
63 straight A.J. Graves, Butler University, 11/25/2006-1/28/2007
60 straight Blake Ahearn, Southwest Missouri State, 12/20/2003-2/14/2004
60 straight Blake Ahearn, Southwest Missouri State, to 1/31/2005
54 straight Gus Broberg, Dartmouth, 1939-40

N.C.A.A. Division II Record
Career Record Holders
53 straight Bob Gleason, Montclair State, 1966 (Small College Division) Panzer Gymnasium
65 straight John Barone, Monmouth College (N.J.), 1970 (Small College Division)
74 straight Mike Hall, Adams State, 1992
98 straight Paul Cluxton, Northern Kentucky, 1996-97 (two seasons)

Career Records
98 straight Paul Cluxton, Northern Kentucky, 1996-97 (two seasons)
88 straight Aaron Farley, Harding University, 2002-1/30/2003 (two seasons)
75 straight Aaron Farley, Harding University, to 1/30/2003
74 straight Mike Hall, Adams State, 1992
65 straight John Barone, Monmouth College (N.J.), 1970 (Small College Division)
54 straight Charlie Thomas, Eastern Illinois University, 1977-78
54 straight Alex Stein, Southern Indiana. 11/25/2017 to 1/9/2018 (16 games)
53 straight Bob Gleason, Montclair State, 1966 (Small College Division)
51 straight Sterling Council, South Carolina-Aiken, to 1/2/2012
44 straight Jake Linton, Saint Martin University, (16 straight Feb. or Mar. 2007, 16 straight Nov. 2007)
42 straight Ryan Sabin, Grand Valley State, 15 games to 2/5/2015
39 straight Steve Coon, Chadron State, 1976-77

One Season
94 straight Paul Cluxton, Northern Kentucky, 11/8/1996-3/20/1997
75 straight Aaron Farley, Harding University, to 1/30/2003
53 straight Bob Gleason, Montclair State, 1966 (Small College Division)
47 straight Clyde Briley, McNeese State, 1964-65

N.C.A.A. Division III Record
DIII Consecutive Free Throws Record Holders
70 straight Korey Coon, Illinois Wesleyan, 2/13/1999 to 12/4/1999 (two seasons)
84 straight Dick Rhinehart, Kalamazoo College, 1/3/2001-12/17/2001 (two seasons, 16 g.)

DIII Consecutive Free Throws Records
95 straight Jack Davidson, Wabash College, to 2/16/2019 (14 games)
84 straight Dick Rhinehart, Kalamazoo College, 1/3/2001-12/17/2001 (two seasons)
70 straight Korey Coon, Illinois Wesleyan, 2/13/1999 to 12/4/1999 (two seasons)
67 straight Hayden Rooke-Ley, Williams College, to 12/6/2014
66 straight James Jones, Delaware Valley College, 2011 [ends career with streak] (6˝ games)
65 straight Nick Wilkins, Coe College, 2/5/2002-2/15/2003 (two seasons) 55?
59 straight Mike Michelson, Coast Guard Academy, 1/16-2/27/1990 (13 games)
58 straight Gian Paul Gonzalez, Montclair State, to 1/16/2006
56 straight Gary Chenault, George Fox University, 1978-79
48 straight Aaron Schmick, George Fox University, 1/10-2/3/2006 (6 games)
47 straight David Lowry, Transyvania University, 1981-82
44 straight Daniel Brown, Berea College, 1993-94

One Season
67 straight Hayden Rooke-Ley, Williams College, ro 12/6/2014
66 straight James Jones, Delaware Valley College, 2011 [ends career with streak] (6˝ games)
59 straight Mike Michelson, Coast Guard Academy, 1/16-2/27/1990 (13 games)
58 straight Nick Wilkins, Coe College, 2002-03 48?
58 straight Gian Paul Gonzalez, Montclair State, to 1/16/2006

NCAA Division unknown Consecutive Free Throws Records
44 straight Darren Cooper, Eastern Washington, 2001-02 2001-02?

National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics
N.A.I.A Division I Record Holders
29 straight Dick Nyers, Indiana Central College, 1958-59
35 straight Mort Wheeler, Hastings College, Feb. 1960 (7 games)
44 straight Curt Strathman, Westmar College, 1967-68 (frosh)
47 straight Rick Solvason, Northwest Nazarene, to 2/4/1991
57 straight Mike Hall, Adams State, Feb. 1991 after above (one season)
74 straight Mike Hall, Adams State, 1/11-2/15/1992 (one season)

N.A.I.A Division I Records
74 straight Mike Hall, Adams State, 1/11-2/15/1992 (one season)
57 straight Mike Hall, Adams State, ends Feb. 1991 (one season)
51 straight Brian Hills, Western Baptist College, 1995-96 (5 games)
47 straight Clyde Briley, McNeese State, Jan. 1964
47 straight David Lowry, Transyvania University, 1981-82
44 straight Curt Strathman, Westmar College, 1967-68 (frosh)

N.A.I.A Division II Record
Record Holders
52 straight Scott Blum, Grace College (Indiana), 1991-92
52 straight Kade Wilson, Albertson College (Idaho), 1994-95 51?
60 straight Dan Rough, Whitman College, 12/15/1995-1/31/1997 (two seasons)
70 straight Tyler Shively, Huntington Univ., 1/2-11/19/2008 (2 seasons- 20 games)

Records
70 straight Tyler Shively, Huntington Univ., 1/2-11/19/2008 (2 seasons- 20 games)
60 straight Dan Rough, Whitman College, 12/15/1995-1/31/1997 (two seasons)
52 straight Scott Blum, Grace College (Indiana), 1991-92
52 straight Kade Wilson, Albertson College (Idaho), 1994-95 51?

National Junior College Athletic Association
73 straight Darrell Stanley, Colorado Northwestern Community College, 1990-91
61 straight Pete Jensen, Gulf Coast Community College, 12/3/1977-1/2/1979
56 straight Trent Hutchin, Copiah-Lincoln (Co-Lin) Community College (Miss.), 2008-09
51 straight Ralph Fugate, Lees College (Ky.), 1991
47 straight Eddie Newell, New Mexico Junior College, 1984-85

Boy's High School Records
126 straight Daryl Moreau, De La Salle (New Orleans), 1/17/1978-1/9/1979 (Louisiana)
102 straight Brad Radford, Frankenmuth High, 12/14/2007-2/9/2008 (one season) (Michigan)
88 straight Akeem Morissaint, Calvary Christian Academy (Ft. Lauderdale), c.2009 (Florida)
87 straight Michael Brooker, Brentwood Academy, 1995-96 (Georgia)
76 straight Brad Niemann, Glenbrook South (Glenview), 2/19/1986-1/24/1987 (Illinois)
72 straight Rob Cavanaugh, Valparaiso High, 1989-90 (Indiana)
72 straight Geoff Van Winkle, Forest Park High, 1/12-12/28/2002 (two seasons) (Indiana)
72 straight Tyler Schmidt, Le Sueur-Henderson High, 2007-08 (Minnesota)
71 straight Mike Lipnisky, Rolling Meadows High, 12/27/1989-1/20/1990 (Illinois)
70 straight Mark Wittbrodt, Bay City Western, 2/11/1991-3/3/92 (Michigan)
68 straight Ryan Dierks, Newark Licking Valley, 12/22/2007-1/25/2008 (Ohio)
68 straight John Jenkins, Station Camp High, 2008-1/9/2009 (Tennessee)
67 straight Denton Jones, Central High (Knoxville), 1969-70 (Tennessee)
66 straight Tim Hobby, Alvin High School, 1985 (Texas)
66 straight Brett Snodgrass, East Central High, 1996-97 (Indiana)
64 straight Steve Alford, Chrysler High (New Castle), 1982-83 (Indiana)
64 straight Matt Seidensticker, Shelby High School, 1995 (Montana)
63 straight Marvin Selvy, Corbin High, 1964-65 1965-66? (Kentucky)
62 straight Jeff Reck, St. Paul Harding, Jan.-Feb. 2002 (Minnesota)
61 straight Bart Stepp, South Eugene High, 1988-89 (Oregon)
61 straight J.J. Redick, Cave Springs High, 1999-2000 (Roanoke, Virginia)
59 straight Sonny Benefield, Sweeny High, 1964 (Texas)
59 straight Chuck Archambault, Bismarck High, 1998-99 (North Dakota)
58 straight Frank Jones, Clay County HS, 1964 (Kentucky)
58 straight Victor Newman, Houston Academy High, 1987-88 (Alabama)
58 straight Brian Holpuch, Bend High School, 1992-93 (Oregon)
58 straight Dane Luke, Milford High School, 1996-97 (13 games) (Illinois)
58 straight Nick Bahe, Southeast High School (Lincoln), 2002 (Nebraska)
56 straight Matt Mills, Rector High School, 1998-99 (Arkansas)
56 straight Richard Donnelly, Steubenville High School, 1989-90 (Ohio)
56 straight Jalen Bradley, Norfolk High School, 2012 (Nebraska)
55 straight Mike Morris, Holly Pond HS, 1985-86 (Alabama)
55 straight Josh Reinertson, Gibbon High School, 2009 (Nebraska)
54 straight Richard Hauser, Westfield High, 1956 (North Carolina)
54 straight Travis Butler, Lauderdale County High, 1965-66 (Alabama)
54 straight Jimmy Thomasson, Parkersburg South, 1985 (West Virginia)
54 straight Jeff Work, Fallbrook High, 1985 (San Diego section, California)
54 straight Tony King, Clyde Erwin High (Asheville), 1987-88 (North Carolina)
54 straight Tony Taylor, Martin County West (Sherburn), Feb.-Dec. 1996 (2 seasons) (Minnesota)
54 straight Tyson Hartnett, Shawnee High (Medford), 2003-04 (New Jersey) (1 miss on yr. was 1st attempt of season)
54 straight Austin Thornton, Cedar Springs, 2/20-3/9/2007 (Michigan)
54 straight Isaac Davidson, East Liverpool HS, to 1/9/2016 (Ohio)
53 straight Jim Stepp, Sheldon Clark High, 1976 (Kentucky)
52 straight Rob Kezmarsky, Laurel Highlands Mustangs, 1989-90 (Pennsylvania)
52 straight Rick Rickert, Duluth East, Jan.-Feb. 2000 (Minnesota)
52 straight Nick Dials, Willard High School, 2002-03 (Ohio)
52 straight Dan Borcherdt, Archbold High School, 2004-05 (Ohio)
52 straight Shawn Pardee, Millington High, 1/27-2/11/2015 (Michigan)
51 straight Doug Wininger, Indianapolis Warren Central, 1963-64 (Indiana)
51 straight Mike Pardon, Roseburg High, 1983-84 (Oregon)
51 straight Matt Marganthaler, Macomb High, 12/20/1985-1/28/1986 (Illinois)
51 straight Radford Graves, Monroe County, 2003 (Kentucky)
50 straight Bill Staehlin, Homewood-Flossmoor, 1/10-1/28/1975 (14 games) (Illinois)
50 straight John Doyle, Salem High, 1978-79 (Massachusetts)
49 straight Steve Alford, Chrysler High (New Castle), 1982-83 (Indiana)
49 straight John Price, Heber Springs High, 2012 (Arkansas)
48 straight Tom Muesseler, Latrobe High, 1967-68 (Pennsylvania)
48 straight John Bobalik, Wellsville High, 1969-70 (Ohio)
48 straight Joey Welty, Carroll County High, 1981-82 (to 2/16/1982) (Kentucky) (one season)
48 straight Jeff Reck, St. Paul Harding, 2002 (Minnesota)
48 straight Zach Gillum, Greenup County HS, 2004-05 (Kentucky)
48 straight John Price, Clinton High, 2009-10 (Arkansas)
47 straight Pat Hodges, Lexington High School, 1973 (Nebraska)
47 straight Brett Eades, Paris High, 1989 (Kentucky)
47 straight Brady Lollman, Norfolk High School, 2010 (Nebraska)
46 straight Max Proctor, Hobbs HS Eagles, 1966-67 (New Mexico)
46 straight Mark Mason, Sullivan East HS, 1969-70 (Tennessee) (6 games)
46 straight Kent Baker, Mt. Gilead Indians, 1975-76 (Ohio)
46 straight Chris Stoner, Hyndman High School, 1977-78 (Pennsylvania)
46 straight Brandon Fisher, Henderson County HS, 1997 (Kentucky)
46 straight Andrew Gallas, Wyoming Tri-unity Christian, 12/30/2003-3/13/04 (Michigan)
46 straight Mason Stark, Marcos de Niza HS, 2015-16 (Arizona)
45 straight Marvin Spencer, Brien McMahon Senators, Jan.to 3/3/1967 (Connecticut)
45 straight Joe Jakubick, Madison HS Cardinals, 1979-80 (Ohio)
45 straight Trey Bardsley, Beatrice High School, 2012 (Nebraska)
44 straight Bill Crone, Connersville High, 1961-62 (Indiana)

National Scholastic Record, Consecutive Free Throws in Practice
409 straight Mike Copper, Valparaiso High, 2/18/1965 (Indiana)

ABA
23 straight Rick Barry, Oakland Oaks, 1969

NBA
Historic Record Holders
(regular season)
16 straight Ed Macauley, Boston Celtics (W 100-95) New York Knickerbockers, 2/3/1952
19 straight Bob Pettit, St. Louis Hawks (L 121-141) at Boston Celtics, 11/22/1961
19 straight Bill Cartwright, New York Knicks (L 110-124) Kansas City Kings, 11/17/1981 at Madison Square Garden 5,922
19 straight Adrian Dantley, Detroit Pistons (W 127-123O.T.) Chicago Bulls, 12/15/1987
23 straight Dominique Wilkins, Atlanta Hawks (W 123-114) Chicago Bulls, 12/8/1992
24 straight DeMar DeRozan, Toronto Raptors (W 117-115) Portland Trail Blazers, 3/4/2016
(missed his 25th foul shot on purpose.)
Consecutive Foul Shots Records, One Game, Regular Season
24 straight DeMar DeRozan, Toronto Raptors (W 117-115) Portland Trail Blazers, 3/4/2016
(missed his 25th foul shot on purpose.)
23 straight Dominique Wilkins, Atlanta Hawks (W 123-114) Chicago Bulls, 12/8/1992
21 straight Deron Williams, New Jersey Nets (W 104-101) at Charlotte Bobcats, 3/4/2012
20 straight Richard Hamilton, Detroit Pistons (W 117-1162 O.T.s) Charlotte Bobcats, 11/21/2004
19 straight Bob Pettit, St. Louis Hawks (L 121-141) at Boston Celtics, 11/22/1961
19 straight Bill Cartwright, New York Knicks (L 110-124) Kansas City Kings, 11/17/1981 at Madison Square Garden 5,922
19 straight Adrian Dantley, Detroit Pistons (W 127-123O.T.) Chicago Bulls, 12/15/1987

Consecutive Foul Shots Records, One Game, Playoffs
24 straight Dirk Nowitski, Dallas Mavericks (W 121-112) Oklahoma City Thunder, 5/17/2011
(Western Conference Finals, game 1)

College
19 straight Jerry Shipp, Southeastern Oklahoma v. East Central, 1958
18 straight ?, ?, 19__ N.C.A.A. Small College/NAIA DI
18 straight Brian Hills, Western Baptist (Ore.) v. Albertson (Idaho), 2/19/1994 N.A.I.A. Div. II
18 straight Brian Hills, Western Baptist (Ore.) v. Southern Oregon, 1/14/1995N.A.I.A. Div. II
23 straight Carl Hartman, Alberson Broaddus (W.Va.) (W 113-92) at Salem Col. at Charleston, 12/6/1954 NCAA DII/NAIA DI
21 straight Johnny Lee, Yale v. Oregon State, 1956-57
24 straight Arlen Clark, Oklahoma State (W 66-51) Colorado, 3/7/1959 N.C.A.A. DI
21 straight York Larese, North Carolina v. Duke, 1959-60 N.C.A.A. DI
22 straight Ron Warner, Gettysburg College (L 79-892 O.T.s) St. Joseph's (Philadelphia), 2/13/1962
30 straight Rob Rittgers, California-San Diego (W 110-85) Menlo, 1/16/1988
35 straight Ron Marozzi, Rhode Island (W 83-61) at Colby College, 2/21/1956

National Junior College Athletic Association
Historic Record Holders
24 straight Sam Watson, Southwestern Michigan College v. Washtenaw, 1968-69
25 straight Casey Mitchell, Chipola College (Fla.) (W 86-81O.T.) Tallahassee, 1/24/2009 (missed 26th of game)

National Tournament Record Holder
29 straight Chris McMullin, Dixie State (Utah) v. Mercer County, 1982

U. S. High School - Foul Shots, One Game
38 Bill Harvey, Hampton Bays High, 1979 (Suffolk County, N.Y.)
38 Rusty Marshall, Roberts High, 1979 (Montana)
33 Caleb Tanner, Floyd County High, 12/4/2013 (Virginia) 33 of 33
31 Randy Patti, Rosedale (Kansas City) v Bishop Meige, 1970-71 31 straight
28 Doug Schildt, Juneau High v Custer High, 1/18/1967 (Milwaukee, Wisconsin) 28 straight
U. S. High School - Foul Shots, One Quarter
20 straight Bobby Davis, Mineral Ridge High, 1980 (Ohio)
18 straight Joe Basil, Raymond HS (W 81-74) Cashmere HS, 1974 (Washington Class A State Tourn.)
16 straight Mark Wilson, Elwood HS, 1/11/1972 (Pennsylvania)
16 straight Jeff Wyatt, Norwalk HS, 2/25/1977 (Ohio)
16 straight Carl Hartman, Lorain High, 2/5/1980 (Ohio)

Canadian College Foul Shot Streak Records
Canadian Interuniversity Sport
C.I.S. Consecutive Free Throws - Single Game
21 straight Shane Butland, Memorial College v. Dalhousie, Feb. 5, 2001
20 straight John Hatch, St. Francis U., 1983-84

World Record
133 straight Deb Remmerde, Northwestern College (Iowa), ends 2/8/2006 v Dakota Wesleyan, over 23 games (N.A.I.A. DII)

High School
120 straight Lakin Preisner, Northern Heights High, Nov./Dec., 2012-12/13/2013 (Kansas)

N.C.A.A.
118 straight Monica Burns, Wheeling Jesuit University, 1/10 to 11/29/2017 (Division II)

N.C.A.A. Division III
(unofficial)
69 straight Valerie Kepner, Baldwin-Wallace (NCAA) & Lake Erie College (NAIA), 1987-2/18/1989 (three seasons) (8 points in 1987 for NAIA team)
(official)
69 straight Jamie Visness, Concordia-Morehead, 1/28/2002 to 2/12/2003, 29 games
57 straight Suzy Carlson, Rose-Hulman College, to 2006 (one season)

N.C.A.A. Division II
118 straight Monica Burns, Wheeling Jesuit University, 1/10 to 11/29/2017
78 straight Jamey Gelhar, Saint Martin's (Oregon), 12/18/2008 to 2/28/2009 (one season)
53 straight Denise Gallo, Pittsburgh-Johnstown, 2/1-2/20/1996 (one season)
39 straight Katie Zimmerman, Michigan Tech, 2007-08 (one season)

N.C.A.A. Division I
70 straight Lauren Prochaska, Bowling Green, to 12/21/2010
68 straight Candace White, Fresno State, to 1/6/2017
66 straight Ginny Doyle, University of Richmond, 6 in 1990-91, 60 in 1991-92 (3/1/1991-1/22/1992)
61 straight Cyndi Valentin, Indiana University, 11/26/2005-06 (12 games, 11/29/2005 v. Belmont to 1/12/2006 v. Northwestern)
60 straight Ginny Doyle, University of Richmond, 1991-92
60 straight Adrienne Squire, Penn State, 2005-06 (10 in 2005 season, 50 straight next season to 1/12/2006 v. Illinois)
60 straight Emily Carter, Texas Christian, ends Dec. 2010
57 straight Jody Beerman, Central Michigan, 1986-87
56 straight Lexie Brown, Duke, 2016-17
54 straight Haley Seibert, Fort Wayne (IPFW), to 12/10/2014
53 straight Katie Miller, Northern Iowa, 1999-2000
53 straight Zane Teilane, Western Illinois, 1/11-2/26/2005
52 straight Greta Luksyte, North Carolina-Wilmington, to 11/20/2008
52 straight Emily London, Samford University, 12/19/2008-3/6/2009
52 straight Elena Delle Donne, Delaware, 2/20-3/13/2011 (one season)
49 straight Lisa Rathburn, Brigham Young, 1990-91
49 straight Brooke Lassiter, Louisiana Tech, 2000-01
48 straight Cyndi Valentin, Indiana University 1/2-11/27/2004
47 straight Jeanine Radice, Fordham University, 1988-89
47 straight Samantha Prahalis, Ohio State, ends 2/21/2010 N.C.A.A. Div. I
45 straight Amy Slowikowski, Kent State, 1988-89
45 straight Wendy Scholtens, Vanderbilt, 1988-Jan. 1989 (one season)
45 straight Tiffany Woosley, U. of Tennessee, 12/21/1992-2/6/1993 (one season)
45 straight Lauren Prochaska, Bowling Green, to 2/15/2009
44 straight Paige Guffey, Murray State, 2008-09
42 straight Susan Robinson, Penn State, to 3/14/1990
42 straight Bridget Carleton, Iowa State, 2016-17
41 straight Travece Turner, Moorhead State, 2000-01
40 straight Andrea Riley, Oklahoma State, 2006-07 (Frosh.; In 1st 8 games.)
39 straight Heidi Arciszewski, U. of Wisconsin- Eau Claire, 11/29-12/13/2008 (one season)
39 straight Elena Delle Donne, Delaware, 2009-10 (one season)

N.A.I.A.. Division II
133 straight Deb Remmerde, Northwestern College (Iowa), ends 2/8/2006 v Dakotaa Wesleyan, over 23 games
53 straight Deb Remmerde, Northwestern College (Iowa), 12/30/2004-2/9/2005 (one season)
41 straight Brittany Smart, Cedarville University (Ohio), 2005-06 (one season)

N.A.I.A.. Division I
57 straight Jackie Weaver, Trevecca Nazarene University, 11/18/2005 to 1/14/2006 (missed 1st try 1/19)
55 straight Becky Fly, Missouri Southern, 1/14/1983 to 2/26/1983
41 straight Brittany Roberts, Lubbock Christian U., 1/1/2011 to 2/5/2011

N.J.C.A.A... Division I
49 straight Paula Corder, Three Rivers Community College, 1996-97

N.J.C.A.A... Division II
54 straight Riley Torres, Northern Oklahoma College-Enid, 2014-15
52 straight Candance Lacombe, Louisiana State-Eunice, 2008-09

N.C.A.A. - During One Season
78 straight Jamey Gelhar, Saint Martin's (Oregon), 12/18/2008 to 2/28/2009 N.C.A.A. Div. II
70 straight Lauren Prochaska, Bowling Green, to 12/21/2010 N.C.A.A. Div. I
68 straight Candace White, Fresno State, to 1/6/2017
61 straight Valerie Kepner, Baldwin-Wallace, 11/18/1988-2/18/1989 N.C.A.A. Div. III
61 straight Cyndi Valentin, Indiana University 11/26/2005-06 N.C.A.A. Div. I (12 games, Nov. '05 to 1/12/2006 v. Northwestern)
60 straight Ginny Doyle, University of Richmond, 1991-92 N.C.A.A. Div. I
57 straight Suzy Carlson, Rose-Hulman, to Jan. 2006 N.C.A.A. Div. III
56 straight Lexie Brown, Duke, 2016-17 N.C.A.A. Div. I
53 straight Denise Gallo, Pittsburgh-Johnstown, 2/1-2/20/1996 N.C.A.A. Div. II
52 straight Elena Delle Donne, Delaware, 2/20-3/13/2011 N.C.A.A. Div. I
47 straight Samantha Prahalis, Ohio State, ends 2/21/2010 N.C.A.A. Div. I
45 straight Wendy Scholtens, Vanderbilt, 1988-Jan. 1989 N.C.A.A. Div. I
45 straight Tiffany Woosley, U. of Tennessee, 12/21/1992-2/6/1993 N.C.A.A. Div. I

N.C.A.A. - During One Game
26 straight Kelsey Minato, Army (L 85-92) Holy Cross, 2/12/2014 N.C.A.A. Div, I
Kelsey Minato, West Point number 5, shooting a foul shot.
Kelsey Minato
22 straight Shanika Freeman, Jacksonville State (L 83-96) at Florida Atlantic, 2/6/2003 N.C.A.A. Div. I
22 straight Missy Guadagnino, Nova Southeastern (W 66-58) Florida Southern, 1/25/2006 N.C.A.A. Div. II
21 straight Candace Fincher, Valdosta State v. West Alabama, 1/25/1986 N.C.A.A. Div. II
20 straight Sharon Rines, St. Joseph's (Maine) v. Emmanuel (Mass.), 1/26/1993 N.C.A.A. Div. III
20 straight Kristeena Alexander, George Mason U. v. Central Florida, 1996 N.C.A.A. Div. I
20 straight Liz Beggs, Kent State v. St. Bonaventure, 2000 N.C.A.A. Div. I
20 straight Nya Geschke, Wisconsin-Whitewater v. Wisconsin-Stout, 2/21/2004 N.C.A.A. Div. III

N.A.I.A.. - During One Game
18 straight Tina Beal-Brown, McMurry (Texas) v Angelo State (Tx.), 12/10/1983 N.A.I.A. Div. I
18 straight Delena White, Hannibal-LaGraange (Mo.) v. Columbia (Mo.), 3/10/2003 N.A.I.A. Div. I
21 straight Britney Kannady, Oklahoma Wesleyan v. Northwestern Oklahoma State, 12/6/2003 N.A.I.A. Div. II

N.J.C.A.A. - During One Game
25 straight Paula Corder, Three Rivers Community College (Mo.) v. Crowder College, 1997-98 N.J.C.A.A. Div. I
National High School Consecutive Free Throw Records (N.H.S.A.A.), Girls:

6 on 6 era
81 straight Kathy Marlow, Ogden High School, 1972 (Iowa) [exhibition at halftime of state tourney game]
53 straight Jody Ratigan, Tri-Center High, 1985-86 (Iowa)
51 straight Sherry Myers, Oakland High, Nov.-Dec. 1968 (Iowa)

Modern Era
120 straight Lakin Preisner, Northern Heights High, Nov./Dec., 2012-12/13/2013 (Kansas)
80 straight Elena DelleDonne, Ursuline Academy, to Jan. 2006 (Wilmington, Delaware)
70 straight Shanna Zolman, Wawasee High School (Syracuse), 2001-02 season to 2/2/2002 v. Northridge (Indiana)
63 straight Katie Edwards, Fergus High School, c. 2002 (Montana)
63 straight Shanna Zolman, Wawasee High School, 2002 (Indiana)
58 straight Katrina Greer, Penns Valley High, 2003-04 (Pennsylvania)
57 straight Kayla Hudson, Gleason High, 2006 (Tennessee)
55 straight Marissa DeMont, Sandusky High, 3/4/2009-12/22/2009 (Michigan)
55 straight Ashley Johnson, Cumberland Valley HS, 1/20/2012-2015 (Pennsylvania) [injured-still active]
54 straight Shanna Zolman, Wawasee High School, 1999 (Indiana)
54 straight Kari Daugherty, Warsaw River View HS, 2008-2009 (Ohio)
54 straight Danielle Ledrich, New Philadelphia High, 2009 (Ohio)
53 straight Brooke Bisping, Morton High School, to 1/13/2009 (Illinois)
53 straight Kelly Hughes, Point Pleasant Boro High, 7 games•12/27/2011 to 1/10/2012 (New Jersey)
50 straight Lisa Kunzman, Mounds View Irondale, 1995 (Minnesota)
49 straight Ashley Burrows, Bondurant-Farrar HS, 10 games•12/20/2013 to 1/31/2014 (Iowa)
47 straight Courtney Schmersal, Pandora-Gilboa HS, 2007 (Ohio)
47 straight Brittany Johnson, East Richland High, 2005 (Illinois)
44 straight Devon Golden, Wapakoneta High, 2008-09 (Ohio)

National High School Consecutive Free Throw Records, One Game, Girls:
6 on 6 era
42 straight Jeanette Olson, Everly High v. Kingsley-Pierson, 1968 (Iowa)
41 straight Dea Baker, Woodward-Granger v. Truro High, 1970 (Iowa)
37 straight Gail Watts, Leslie Union v. Webster County, 12/13/1960 (Georgia)
37 straight Jennifer Williams, New Market (W 84-48) Hamburg High, 1/3/1986 (after miss) (Iowa)
35 straight Sherry Myers, Oakland High (W 86-71) Missouri Valley, 12/13/1968 (Iowa)
32 straight Joan Mann, Farragut High, Feb. 1963 District Playoffs
25 straight Beverly Montgomery, Hurricane High (W 77-59) Riverside, 2/25/1967 North Mississippi Class B Tournament Finals (Mississippi)
25 straight Monica Barr, Scranton High (W 77-63) Glidden-Ralston, 1/27/1984 (Iowa)
24 straight Karen Fuller, Wales-Lincoln High, 1956 (Iowa)

Modern Era
33 straight Angie Sapp, Williamsville High v. Pleasant Plains, 1/2/1990 (Illinois)
30 straight Erika Ernst, Charlotte High v. Birmingham Marian, 10/21/1990 (Michigan)
26 Kris Hubbard, Wauconda High v. Antioch, 1982 (Illinois) (26 of 29)
25 Brenda Mock Kirkpatrick, Tuscola High v. Asheville Erwin, Feb. 1994 (North Carolina) (25 of 25)

Women's National Basketball Association:
W.N.B.A. Consecutive Free Throws Record
66 straight Eva Nemcova, Cleveland Rockers, 6/14/1999-6/5/2000 (over 2 seasons)
59 straight DeWanna Bonner, Phoenix Mercury, Jul. 10 to Aug. 7, 2015 (one season)
58 straight Elena Delle Donne, Chicago Sky, Jun. 14 to Jun. 30, 2015 (one season)
54 straight Lindsay Whalen, Minnesota Lynx, 8/30/2009-6/1/2010 (over 2 seasons)
50 straight Becky Hammon, San Antonio Spurs, Jun. 22 to Aug. 9, 2007 (one season)
50 straight Elena Delle Donne, Chicago Sky, May 21 to Aug. 3, 2014 (one season)

W.N.B.A. Consecutive Free Throws in One Game Record
19 straight Elena Delle Donne, Chicago Sky (W 100-96O.T.) Atlanta Dream, 6/24/2015
17 straight Angel McCoughtry, Atlanta Dream (L 92-94O.T.) at Chicago Sky, 6/2/2012
16 straight Elena Delle Donne, Chicago Sky (L 88-102) Los Angeles Sparks, 6/6/2014

Iowa High School Girls Post-Season Free Throw Contests, 6-on-6 era:
Historic Record Holders Progression
41 straight Mary Lou Hilger, Hamburg High, 1961
69 straight Teresa Voight, Fenton Central, 1966 (Regional)
81 straight Cathi Marlowe, Ogden High, 2/24/1973 (Ames Regional)

Canada High School Consecutive Free Throw Records (N.H.S.A.A.), Girls:
6 on 6 era

61 straight Margaret McBurney, Edmonton High School, 1931

Australia Women's Professional Free Throw Streak Record:
Basketball South Australia - Central A.B.L.
61 straight Deanna Smith, South Adelaide Panthers, 2004 (number may be wrong)

Current year and all time consecutive free throw shooting records from members of the National Basketball Shooters Association

The current year free throw records are listed first followed by all time free throw shooting records. Records with a * beside of them indicate these basketball shooting records were officially recognized by the Guinness Book of World Records.

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2011 Records for Most Consecutive Free Throws Made

428 by Rick Rosser - Oct. 1, 2011
308 by Ed Palubinskas - April, 2011 at NCAA Men's Final Four
236 by Bill Oliver - Nov. 30, 2011
232 by Bill Killian - February, 2011
218 by James Burns - January 18th, 2011
160 by Ronn Wyckoff - Sept., 2011
158 by James Pauley - January, 2011
67 by Bob McKay - March, 2011

All-Time Records for Most Consecutive Free Throws Made

5,221 by Ted St. Martin - April 28,1996 *
2,750 by Dr. Tom Amberry - November 15, 1993 *
2,118 by Rick Rosser - March, 2007
1,287 by Ed Palubinskas - March, 2010
489 by Dr. Jim Poteet - 2003
246 by Bob Fisher - November, 2010
239 by James Pauley - December, 2010
236 by Bill Oliver - Nov. 30, 2011
232 by Bill Killian - February, 2011
218 by James Burns - January, 2011
160 by Ronn Wyckoff - Sept., 2011
123 by Dave Gibbons - Fall of 2010 

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