Jones brothers firmly in NCAA century club

Montrose’s Kellen Jones secured his 100th NCAA point on Friday night for the Quinnipiac Bobcats

Montrose’s Kellen Jones secured his 100th NCAA point on Friday night for the Quinnipiac Bobcats, leading the team to a 3-0 shutout of the Princeton Tigers.

Kellen opened the scoring at 8:22 of the first period to join his brother Connor, who had reached the milestone just weeks before, in the 100-point club.

Kellen became the 35th player in Quinnipiac history, and the 21st at the Div. 1 NCAA level to reach 100 career points.

The tandem are the first brothers in the history of the Bobcats to reach the century mark.

Quinnipiac would fall to Princeton on Saturday, 4-3, however, Kellen added two more goals and added an assist, good for most points in the ECAC for the weekend, giving him seven goals and 11 assists on the season second in Bobcat scoring behind linemate Sam Anas.

Connor and Kellen are joined by Trail native Travis St. Denis on the Bobcats who are currently ranked fifth in the NCAA Div. 1 poll.

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