The junior guard shot 12-for-25 from the field (1-for-6 three-point) and 8-for-11 from the line, while collecting seven rebounds and five assists versus one turnover.
"His understanding of the game has improved," said American Christian coach Tony Bergeron. "He can go out and score 40 without issue. He's running the show really well. We've won nine straight games since I moved him to the point."
Louisville's Rick Pitino was among those on hand.