Bachynski records first triple-double in ASU history

Arizona State's 7'2" center Jordan Bachynski wrote his name into the Sun Devil history books on Saturday against Cal State Northridge, as he recorded the first triple-double in school history. Bachynski, a junior from Calgary, Alberta, Canada tallied 13 points, 12 rebounds and 12 blocks in the Sun Devils' 87-76 victory. It's the first triple-double for a Pac-12 student-athlete since USC's Daniel Hackett accomplished the feat in 2007. His 12 blocks also set a new Arizona State single-game record, previously held by a number of former Sun Devils including Jeff Pendergraph and Roger Farrington, with eight. Bachynski, who leads the nation in blocked shots, now has 111 blocks in his career, only four behind Mario Bennett's ASU career record of 115.

Well done, young man.

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