Drexel loses to Division II school, second D-I program to do so this year

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Entering Thursday night, Division I programs were 226-0 at home against non-Division I opponents, with the only loss in 233 games between DI school and non-DI opponents being Rice’s loss at Alaska-Anchorage in the Great Alaska Shootout.

That all changed, however, as the University of the Sciences (yes, that’s a real school) knocked off Drexel.

At Drexel.

First things first: this isn’t quite as awful as it sounds. Drexel is not as good as they have been in recent years, and USciences has an all-american on their roster named Garrett Kerr. He averages 24 points and 13 boards, and on Thursday he went for 27 points and 10 boards, numbers that included the game-winning three-pointer.

If you really want the details about what happened, our friends over at City of Basketball Love have you covered.

If you just want to know the important stuff, USciences has players on their team named Sho DaSilva and Flo DaSilva, which is short for¬†Shofolarin and Shofolahan, respectively. Oh, and there’s a dude named T-John Casiello.

USciences is cooler than you.