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Jeffrey D. Allred, Deseret News
Brigham Young Cougars guard Kyle Collinsworth (5) waves to crowd after the West Coast Conference Basketball Championships semi-final game in Las Vegas Mar 9, 2015. BYU won 84-70. Collinsworth had a triple double.

It took Kyle Collinsworth less than a calendar year to rewrite the BYU and NCAA record books, and he just keeps adding to his success.

The dynamic senior guard from Provo has recorded 10 triple-doubles since the first weekend of Dec. 2014, most recently capped by his triple-double performance against Loyola Marymount on Thursday in BYU's 91-80 victory.

Here's a look back at each one of Collinsworth's triple-doubles at BYU:

No. 1

Dec. 6, 2014, vs. Hawaii (EnergySolutions Arena)

The line: 19 points, 12 rebounds, 10 assists

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Points: 2:57 mark in first half

Rebounds: 6:34 mark, second half

Assists: 2:44 mark, second half

Of note: Considering how many triple-doubles Collinsworth has put up over the past year, it's interesting to note that his first one, against the Rainbows, was the first by a BYU player since 1988, when Michael Smith accomplished the feat. Collinsworth hit the triple-double mark when he assisted Tyler Haws on a jump shot coming off an inbounds play from the baseline. He also had two blocks and a steal.

No. 2

Dec. 27, 2014, vs. Gonzaga

The line: 13 points, 10 rebounds, 10 assists

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Points: 15:28 mark in second half

Rebounds: 2:03 mark, second half

Assists: 5:15 mark, second half

Of note: In the Cougars' seven-point loss to the No. 8 Bulldogs, Collinsworth had 10 of the team's 13 assists. His 10 rebounds was also a team high. Collinsworth shot 5 of 11 from the field, including 1 of 2 from 3-point range, while also adding a steal.

No. 3

Jan. 3, 2015, at San Francisco

The line: 12 points, 12 rebounds, 10 assists

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Points: 7:15 mark in second half

Rebounds: 9:53 mark, second half

Assists: Left game with nine assists, credited with 10th after a review postgame.

Of note: Collinsworth initially appeared to come up short of a triple-double, but a review after the game credited him with a 10th assist and his third triple-double in a month. He had four points, six rebounds and six assists at the half, and all 12 of his rebounds were defensive boards.

No. 4

Jan. 15, 2015, at Pacific

The line: 17 points, 11 rebounds, 11 assists

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Points: 4:12 mark in first half

Rebounds: 3:20 mark, second half

Assists: 8:19, second half

Of note: This tied the NCAA record for triple-doubles in a season, as he recorded his fourth of the year and third in less than three weeks. This one required Collinsworth getting after rebounds in the latter stages of the game, as he had four rebounds with 11 minutes remaining in the contest but picked up three boards in a 1:18 stretch to help his efforts. He also started off the contest with a pair of steals in the first 1:20 of the game and had three steals and a block on the night.

No. 5

Feb. 7, 2015, at Loyola Marymount

The line: 23 points, 12 rebounds, 10 assists

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Points: 5:24 mark in first half

Rebounds: 7:03 mark, second half

Assists: 6:54, second half

Of note: Just nine seconds separated Collinsworth's 10th rebound and 10 assist, as he set the NCAA single-season mark for triple-doubles. This was the most points Collinsworth scored in a triple-double game last season and his 23 points tied a career high at the time.

No. 6

March 9, 2015, vs. Portland (WCC tournament)

The line: 13 points, 14 rebounds, 11 assists

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Points: 6:47 mark in second half

Rebounds: 16:06 mark, second half

Assists: 8:01, second half

Of note: Not only did Collinsworth extend his NCAA record for single-season triple-doubles with this effort, he also tied the career mark. This was the only time where he hit the double-digit plateau in points last among the three statistical categories in his seven games with a triple-double. It was his most balanced triple-double effort and included four offensive rebounds.

No. 7

Nov. 28, 2015, vs. Belmont

The line: 26 points, 10 rebounds, 10 assists

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Points: 3:55 mark in first half

Rebounds: 0:46 mark, second half

Assists: 0:56, second half

Of note: It wasn't until the next day that Collinsworth was awarded the triple-double in this case, as the NCAA credited him with an offensive rebound with just under three minutes remaining in the first half that he originally wasn't credited for. This triple-double set the NCAA career mark, as he recorded his seventh triple-double, all in the past 12 months. It was the latest in the game he has accomplished a triple-double feat, with both his 10th rebound and 10th assist coming in the final minute. Collinsworth doubled his rebound total from three to six in a 25-second span midway through the second half, and he had three assists on four BYU possessions in the second half.

No. 8

Dec. 18, 2015, vs. Central Michigan

The line: 12 points, 10 rebounds, 10 assists

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Points: 2:54, second half

Rebounds: 1:21, second half

Assists: 1:04, second half

Of note: This would be the first time since nearly a year ago that Collinsworth would be looking for an assist to complete his triple-double, a situation he hadn't been in since his third triple-double in Jan. 2015 against San Francisco. Collinsworth gave fans something to stay for in a runaway win for the Cougars, achieving double digits in all three stats with less than three minutes to play for the first time. Freshman Zac Seljaas, assisted by Collinsworth, hit a three with 1:04 left to give his teammate his eighth triple-double.

No. 9

Jan. 7, 2016, vs. Santa Clara

The line: 21 points, 11 rebounds, 10 assists

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Points: 5:59, first half

Rebounds: 13:58, second half

Assists: 3:37, second half

Of note: Collinsworth again found himself in need of an assist to close out a triple-double performance, which he achieved without suspense by finding Braden Shaw for a layup with 3:37 left on the game clock. Ten assists became the most common mark for Collinsworth to hit last in eventual triple-doubles, which has been the case four times, compared to three times for rebounds and twice for points. Santa Clara became the sixth WCC team for Collinsworth to post a triple-double against.

No. 10

Jan. 21, 2016, at Loyola Marymount

The line: 10 points, 13 rebounds, 15 assists

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Points: 3:08, second half

Rebounds: 5:59, second half

Assists: 16:56, second half

Of note: This was the first time he recorded a triple-double against a team for a second time, and second straight year he did it in Los Angeles against the Lions. Collinsworth's 15 assists were a career high, and he moved past Matt Montague for first in career assists at BYU with his seventh of the night. Collinsworth had assists on five straight possessions for BYU in the opening minutes of the second half.

Miscellaneous stats

BYU's record when he records a triple-double: 9-1. The only loss was against No. 8 Gonzaga, and BYU has gone 2-0 at a neutral site, 3-1 at home and 4-0 on the road in games in which Collinsworth has recorded a triple-double.

High watermarks in his triple-double games: 26 points (vs. Belmont), 14 rebounds (vs. Portland), 15 assists (at Loyola Marymount, Jan. 21, 2016)

Shortest stretch between triple-doubles: Seven days. Collinsworth followed up his triple-double against Gonzaga on the final Saturday of 2014 with another at San Francisco the first Saturday in January.

Close calls: Collinsworth has had a few other games where he's nearly pulled off other triple-double efforts, and none were closer than BYU's home games against Loyola Marymount and Pacific last year. On Jan. 10 against the Lions, he finished with 13 points, 10 rebounds and eight assists. Against the Tigers on Feb. 14, Collinsworth finished one assist shy of the mark with 12 points, 12 rebounds and nine assists.

Career leaders at BYU

Here's a quick look at where Collinsworth — who is averaging 14.9 points, 8.1 rebounds and 7.3 assists per game this season — currently sits on BYU all-time leaders list in career points, rebounds and assists.

Note: A projection for where he will finish this season is also provided, taking his career per-game averages of 11.7 points, 7.4 rebounds and 4.7 assists into account and applying them for 10 remaining regular-season games and assuming BYU will have at least two postseason games, one at the conference tournament and a second in another postseason tournament. BYU, of course, could play more games in the postseason.

Points: 1,452, 17th all-time.

BYU's career points leader is Tyler Haws at 2,720. Collinsworth has already moved up 20 spots on the all-time points leaders list this season. Taking his current career average into account, he is projected to finish his career with 1,592 points, 13th best in BYU history.

Collinsworth currently trails Joe Nelson by 44 points.

Rebounds: 914, fourth all-time.

BYU's career rebounds leader is Michael Smith at 922. Kresimir Cosic and Alan Taylor are second on the all-time list at 919 rebounds.

Collinsworth could pass all three players to become the program's all-time leading rebounder in the Cougars' next game, at home against Loyola Marymount. Taking his current career average into account, Collinsworth is projected to finish his career with 1,003 rebounds.

Assists: 582, first all-time.

Collinsworth became the Cougars' all-time leader in assists during the team's win at Loyola Marymount on Thursday, and he has 10 regular-season games and the postseason to add to his total. Taking his current career average into account, he is projected to finish his career with 638 assists.

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