E'Twaun Moore called it ironic.
At East Chicago Central High School, Moore said he didn't shoot very many three-pointers. He was more of a driver, played some in the paint.
But with a three-pointer with 4:33 left in the first half, Moore became Purdue's all-time leader in three-point baskets.
He has 243 three-pointers, surpassing Jaraan Cornell's 11-year-old record.
"(It) just showed a lot of hard work, especially in the offseason, getting a lot of shots up," Moore said after Purdue's 65-43 victory over Saint Peter's Friday in its the opening game of the NCAA tournament.