Quinnipiac guard Cameron Young scored 55 points during his school's 107-100 triple-overtime victory over Siena on Sunday, the most points scored by a Division I player in more than 10 years.
Young, a graduate student, added 10 rebounds to become the first Division I player in the last 20 seasons with 55 points and 10 rebounds in a game, according to ESPN Stats & Information.
Young was 16-of-20 from the free-throw line and made 9 of 13 3-point attempts.
"I had about 20 at halftime, they didn't have the stats on the jumbotron so I didn't know exactly what I had until I went to the line to shoot my last free throw," Young said, according to the New Haven Register.
Young's total points were the most by a Division I player since North Dakota State's Ben Woodside scored 60 against Stephen F. Austin in triple-overtime on Dec. 12, 2008.
"It is crazy," Young said. "I never thought it would be something I would get."
Also in the game, Siena's Jalen Pickett had 46 points and 13 assists to become the second Division I player in the last 20 seasons with 45 points and 10 assists in a game, according to ESPN Stats & Information. LIU's Antawn Dobie also accomplished the feat on Feb. 22, 2003 versus St. Francis of New York.
Young and Pickett's 101 combined points are the most by opposing players in a game since at least 1996-97, according to ESPN Stats & Information.
Young's point total wasn't the highest in school history, though, as Frank Vieira holds that mark with his 68 points versus Brooklyn Poly on Feb. 3, 1957.