Notes: Greg Harrington leaves Tulsa as the school's all-time winningest player with a 108-33 record in his four years for a .766 winning percentage. Harrington started his 108th straight game in the Golden Hurricanes' loss to Kentucky in the 2002 NCAA Tournament. He had 111 career starts in 141 games played and his 141 games played is the most in school history.
Harrington surpassed the 100 assist plateau in each of his final three years and holds Tulsa's record with 551 career assists. He ranks fifth on the school's all-time scoring chart with 1,520 points and 10th on the WAC's all-time assists chart, as he moved past Danny Ainge's total of 539 (BYU, 1978-81). Harrington also ranks 15th on the WAC's career 3-pointers made list with 174. Harrington had 10 career 20-point scoring games and 80 career double-figure scoring games.
Harrington was a 2002 all-WAC first-team performer as voted on by the league's coaches and was named the CollegeInsider.com MVP of the WAC after averaging 13 points and 5.2 assists on the year. He ranked first in the WAC in assists (5.2) and free throw percentage (.857).