College Basketball Player Scores 138 Points, Breaks NCAA Single-Game Scoring Record

  • Hoophead
  • Jeremy Repanich
  • November 21, 2012, 10:03 AM

Jack Taylor of tiny Grinnell College did some big things last night. The sophomore guard from the Division III school in Iowa shattered the 58-year-old NCAA single-game scoring record, filling up the stat sheet with 138 points. When you look at his box score, it's astounding. He was 52-of-108 from the field, while going 27-of-71 from three-point land and 7-of-10 from the free throw line. I'm sure some of his teammates won't shoot that much this whole season.

Taylor broke the previous record of 113 points scored by Clarence “Bevo” Francis from Ohio's Rio Grande College on Feb. 2, 1954. All the scoring wasn't for not, as he led the Grinnell Pioneers to a convincing 179-104 win against Faith Baptist Bible College.

You have to feel sorry for Faith Baptist’s David Larson. He scored 70 points in the loss and no one is talking about his outstanding night.

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The only reason the guy scored 103 was because he didn't pass the ball at all. If everyone took 108 shots every game most would score more than 138.
This guy didn't even shoot 50 percent. Really out of all the points he could have had this was a below average performance. If LeBron took 108 shots he'd have 160 at least.

Wow. Just wow.

He must be a ball hog if he got 138 points and 0 assists

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