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Coley Sets Tulsa And WAC Steals Records


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Senior Eric Coley equalled his career-best and school-record tying eight steals against Rice, but more importantly, with his eighth theft in the game he became the Western Athletic Conference's all-time steals leader, surpassing Tim Hardaway's (UTEP, 1986-89) 262 steals.
? Against SMU (3-4-00), Coley had four steals and established three records for steals. He became Tulsa's all-time leader, surpassing Steve Harris' (1981-85) total of 271 steals. He now has 293 career steals.
? With 117 steals on the year, Coley owns both the school and WAC single-season record for steals. He surpassed Paul Pressey's (1980-81) mark of 96 steals for the TU single-season record set in 1980-81, and passed Mike Jones (TCU, 1997-98) for the WAC single-season mark.