BRYN ATHYN, Pa. – In his final collegiate game, Rahiim Washington became the all-time leading scorer in Bryn Athyn men's basketball history as the Lions wrapped up the 2018-19 season with an 84-69 Colonial States Athletic Conference (CSAC) loss to Rosemont College Saturday afternoon in Asplundh Field House.
Washington surpassed Troy Steed (2013-17) at the 15:29 mark of the second half when he made a reverse lay-up to the 16th of his game-total 23 points and the 1,079th point of his Bryn Athyn career. He finished his four-year stint in a Lion uniform with 1,086 points.
Stevenson ended the contest a team-high 24 points and made two 3-pointers to finish with 112 3-pointers in two seasons to rank fourth in program history for most threes in a career. Okoye Taylor also finished in double figures with 11 points, while Tariq Moore provided nine off-the-bench.
The Lions found themselves trailing 25-9 after the first 11:36 of action. Led by eight points from Taylor, Bryn Athyn slowly chipped away at the Rosemont (13-12, 8-4 CSAC) lead and would get within 34-29 on a Stevenson triple at the 2:47 mark. The Ravens closed out the half with six of the half's final 10 points to lead 40-33 at the break.
With the Rosemont advantage sitting at 42-37, the Ravens outscored the Lions 13-4 over a four-minute span to widen the gap to 55-41 with 13:49 in the tilt. The following two minutes were all Lions as Stevenson III knocked down a 3-pointer on Bryn Athyn's next possession after Rosemont went up 14 to spark an 11-2 surge that brought the Lions back within 57-52. Stevenson III, Washington, and Moore all scored three points during the run. Stevenson III would make it a one-possession game with a basket at the 9:35 mark to make the score 61-58.
The Ravens would then pull away with a 23-6 run to take a game-high 84-64 lead with 1:49 remaining.
Keith Blassingale paced Rosemont with a game-high 29 points on 13-of-25 shooting. Jalil Myers added 21 points and 13 rebounds, while Alex Epps-Oritz scored 10 points.
Bryn Athyn ends the season at 6-19 overall and 3-9 against the CSAC.