Men's Basketball Falls 61-49 To Williamson Trade
MEDIA, PA. -- A frantic second-half rally fell just short on Saturday as the Apprentice School lost 61-49 to Williamson Trade in a U.S. Collegiate Athletic Association matchup outside of Philadelphia.
Williamson Trade opened strong and jumped out to a 37-19 halftime advantage. That lead grew to 20 points before the Builders went on a run to cut the deficit to eight points, but that was as close as it got. The hosts are the two-time defending USCAA Division II National Champions.
Sophomore Isaih Harrison was the leading scorer for Apprentice School with 20 points, while Williamson was paced by its guards as Kareem Walls had 26 points and Nate Armstrong added 24.
The Builders will now travel to Takoma Park, Md. and take on Washington Adventist University on February 6 at 7 pm.