UMBC has company.
Fairleigh Dickinson joined the Retrievers in NCAA tournament lore and became the second No. 16 seed to beat a No. 1 in the first round when it beat Purdue 63-58 Friday night.
The Knights simply outplayed Purdue in the second half as no one other than Zach Edey was able to do much of anything for Purdue. And even Edey had two crucial turnovers in the final three minutes.
Sean Moore scored the crucial points for FDU with a three from the top of the key with 1:03 to go as the 7-4 Edey closed in on him.