Edinboro senior guard Isaiah Prince was a first-team selection on the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference Western Division Men's Basketball Team for the second straight season.
Prince, an Imani Christian graduate, capped a brilliant two-year career after transferring from the Community College of Beaver County on Tuesday night as Edinboro dropped an 89-87 overtime decision at Indiana University of Pennsylvania, ranked No. 13 in NCAA Division II, in a PSAC quarterfinal game. He finished with his first career double-double with 24 points and 11 rebounds, adding five assists and four steals.
Prince stuffed the stat sheet all year, finishing at 16.6 ppg. and 5.1 rpg. He led the Fighting Scots in points with 471 and was second in scoring average.
He was second on the team in assists with 96, and led the PSAC in steals with 79. That figure is tied for fourth in a season at Edinboro. He even finished tied for second on the team in blocked shots with 22.
Prince made 181 of 440 field goals (41.1 percent), including 49 of 164 3-pointers, and went 60 of 77 at the line (77.9 percent).
Prince led the Fighting Scots in scoring seven times and scored in double figures in 25 of the team's 28 games. He had two 30-point efforts, including a career-best 37-point game against Mercyhurst, and topped 20 points in six contests.
While playing just two seasons at Edinboro, Prince finished in 36th place in career scoring with 874 points.
Edinboro finished the year at 18-10.