Sandquist sets Yale record with 98-yard pass play for TD
September 20, 2012 · 4:57 PM
Former Redmond High football player Cameron Sandquist broke a 37-year-old Yale record with a 98-yard pass play for a touchdown in the Bulldogs’ 24-21 victory over Georgetown last Saturday. The junior wide receiver finished with nine catches for 187 yards.
Georgetown defenders deflected freshman quarterback Eric Williams’ long pass into Sandquist’s hands at the end of the first half. It is the longest pass play in Yale’s 140-year football history.
At Redmond, Sandquist holds five football records, including season receiving yards (970) and season receptions (66).
At Yale, Sandquist caught 18 passes for 243 yards and had two touchdowns as a sophomore. As a freshman, he had three catches for 29 yards and two scores.