Posted: Jan 14, 2019
BRYN ATHYN, Pa. – The Bryn Athyn College men's basketball team (4-12, 2-2 CSAC) returns to Asplundh Field House to host Centenary (N.J.) (5-10, 1-2 CSAC) in a Colonial States Athletic Conference clash Wednesday night.
- After a 23-point effort against Cairn, Rahim Washington is now sitting 57 points away from reaching 1,000 points in his career. Washington is also 135 points from tying Troy Steed for the most points in Bryn Athyn men's basketball history. Steed scored 1,078 points during his four-year career with the Lions.
- Bryn Athyn had its best free-throwing shooting game in terms of percentage last Saturday. The Lions made 82.4 percent (14-of-17) of their free throws at Cairn. Bryn Athyn is the second-best free-throwing shooting team in the CSAC at 66.0 percent.
- The Lions are 4-2 when playing in Asplundh Field House during the 2018-19 season. Bryn Athyn is posting 81.3 points per game at home, 8.3 points above the team's season average. The team 57 3-pointers in the six home games, compared to 68 in the 10 road/neutral site games.
- Bryn Athyn has three players in the top 10 in the Colonial States Athletic Conference in scoring, the most by any one team. Lamarr Crenshaw sits fourth in the league at 16.5 points per game. Larry Stevenson III is seventh with 15.9 points per game, while Rahim Washington is in a three-way tie for eighth at 15.4 points per game. Stevenson III (45.7 percent, 8th) and Crenshaw (42.2, 10th) are also in the top 10 for field goal percentage.
- Wednesday night is the first-ever meeting between Bryn Athyn and Centenary.