Franklin & Marshall senior Brandon Federici became the Centennial's all-time scoring leader in men's basketball in last night's double-overtime loss at Johns Hopkins.
Federici poured in 25 points to close the evening with 1,981 points - eight better than Nick Shattuck of Ursinus who recorded 1,973 points from 2005-08. It was the 26th time in 101 games that Federici has scored 25 or more points in a game and eighth time this season.
He needs 19 points to become just the second Centennial athlete to score more than 2,000 points in a career. Muhlenberg's Alexandra Chili tallied 2,002 points from 2009-12.