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Steve Conner

Standout Basketball Player, Boise State 1974-78

Inducted into the Boise State Hall of Fame in 1987

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Steve Connor was the most prolific scorer in the history of Boise State University men’s basketball. His 1,927 career points and 17.0 career scoring average ranks him first on the Boise State all-time list in both categories. In addition, hi s502 career assists puts him at the top of the BSU all-time list in that category. He was a major force on the 1975-76 BSU Big Sky Conference championship team. He was a four year letterman at Boise State and received honorable mention or a place on the All Big Sky Team each of his four years at Boise State. Conner was drafted by the Washington Bullets professional team at the conclusion of his career.