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The other half of the best one-two punch in NCAA and Wheaton basketball history, Sullivan has left his name scattered throughout the record books, including the distinction of being the all-time leading scorer in Wheaton basketball history, regardless of gender. A two-time ECAC New England All-Star (1992, 1993), he earned a share of the Wheaton College Senior Athlete Award in 1993. As the programs all-time leading scorer (1,935), he also holds the school record for most three-point field goals made in a career (275) and free-throws made in a career (384), while ranking second all-time in field goals made (638) and three-point field goal percentage (.396), third in steals (169), sixth in assists (244) and seventh in free throw percentage (.768). Sullivan also ranks in the top-10 in a season in 10 different categories, while holding three of the top-10 single game three-point field goal performances, including a program best nine, in an overtime thriller against Thomas on January 19, 1991.