Young is the first Division I player to tally 55 points and 10 rebounds in the last 20 seasons.
Quinnipiac guard Cameron Young put up a historic effort in the Bobcats' 107-100 victory over Siena on Saturday, erupting for 55 points and 10 rebounds at the Times Union Center in Albany, N.Y.
Young is the first Division I player to tally 55 points and 10 rebounds in the last 20 seasons. He canned nine threes in the victory, and went 16-20 from the FT line. The senior scored 19 points after regulation.
Young was nearly matched by Siena guard Jalen Pickett on Saturday. The Saints' freshman scored 46 points on 14-26 from the field, adding 13 assists in the defeat.
Quinnipiac advanced to 14–11, including a 9–5 record in the MAAC, on Saturday. The Bobcats have never reached the NCAA Tournament.