From 1951-54, Furman’s Frank Selvy piled up points like few players have in college basketball history. He led NCAA Division I in scoring both as a junior with 29.5 points per game and as a senior with an average of 41.7, and overall averaged 32.5 points over his three-year career. Most notably, Selvy scored 100 points on 41-of-66 shooting against Newberry on Feb. 13, 1954 – a scoring mark that has yet to be matched in Division I. He was a two-time Southern Conference Player of the Year, a three-time All-SoCon First Team selection, and a consensus All-American in 1954. Selvy was the top pick in the 1954 NBA Draft by the Baltimore Bullets, and made two NBA All-Star Teams in nine professional seasons.