For the fourth consecutive year, the New Jersey men's basketball team defeated Penn State Brandywine in the consolation game of the Heritage's Dairy Stores Classic.

The Knights lost in the first round in a close game against Widener University, 95-82, despite seeing five different players reach double figures in scoring. Freshman forward Daniel Waynick (Hightstown/East Windsor, NJ) scored 19 points and grabbed nine boards to lead the Knights. Guards Devante Chang (Irvington/Newark, NJ) and Andrew Webber (Thomas Worthington/Columbus, OH) collected 16 and 15 points respectively. Chang also produced six rebounds and four assists. Junior guard Gary Williams (Marist/Jersey City, NJ) registered 13 points and freshman forward Davonn Boyd (Kearny Christian Academy/Newark, NJ) followed with 10.

In the consolation game, the Knights would have to play two overtimes to defeat Penn State by a score of 88-87. Berkeley (2-7) was led by sophomore center Terah Mingo (Kearny Christian Academy/Newark, NJ) with game-highs of 26 points and 15 rebounds. Webber contributed with 20 points, four boards, and five assists and was named to the All-Tournament Team. Boyd ended the game with 18 points and eight rebounds.

The Knights head to Rutgers-Camden on Thursday for a 7 P.M. game.