One of the more prolific scorers in the Mid-Penn Conference this season, Trinity senior Timmy Edwards has finally made his college choice.
Edwards confirmed to The Sentinel on Saturday that he will continue his basketball career and academic studies at NCAA Division III DeSales University.
DeSales, among the most consistently successful small-school programs in the state (if not the country), won out over Wilkes, King's College and Millersville.
"He told me I could have an impact right away and that I fit in perfectly with their game style," Edwards said of Bulldogs head coach Scott Coval, who's been leading DeSales for nearly a quarter-century.
The Bulldogs last season finished 18-10 overall, 9-5 in the MAC Freedom Conference, and qualified for the ECAC tournament.
At Trinity, Edwards won four District 3 championships and saved his best for last, averaging a team-high 18.6 points per game this season. Larry Kostelac Jr.'s Shamrocks (22-4) also won the Mid-Penn Capital crown and reached the second round of the PIAA Class 3A playoffs.
Edwards, who just this weekend was named an All-Sentinel First Team All-Star, plans to study sports exercise science at DeSales.