Timothy Pollard is an American former basketball player. He is best known for being a prolific three-point field goal shooter while playing for Mississippi Valley State University between 1986–87 and 1987–88. Pollard was a two-time NCAA Division I three-point field goals made per game leader in each of his two seasons playing for the Delta Devils. As a junior, he made 4.71 per game, and then as a senior he made 4.43 per game. Pollard, a shooting guard, is a native of Clarksdale, Mississippi and played his first two seasons of college basketball at the junior college level. His 4.71 makes per game were a Division I record for juniors until Terrence Woods of broke it in 2003 by hitting 4.96 per game.Source: Wikipedia
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