After starting off the season a promising 2-0, the New Jersey men's basketball team has lost four straight, two of which were buzzer beating losses to Central Penn College and City College of New York.

The latest loss came at the hands of Drew University Wednesday night. The Rangers took an early 8-0 lead and never lost the lead throughout the game, hitting 15 of 31 from three point range, to defeat the Knights 95-88.

Drew took a 46-31 lead into the half before the Knights made a run in the second to close within six with 11:44 left in the game. Drew would respond to take a 17-point lead before the Knights would again get it down to eight with less than two minutes to play.

The Knights were led by freshman guard Dukens Germain (Columbia/Maplewood, NJ) who went 12 for 16 from the field to score 31 points while adding 11 rebounds. He as joined by Isaac Robinson (Conwell Egan Catholic/Trenton, NJ) with 25 points on 5 for 10 shooting from three point range.

"It's disturbing," said head coach Anthony Calabrese. "This is the third game in which we've given up more than 90 points and all three were losses. That's not how we play Berkeley basketball."

The Knights return to action this Saturday at NJIT against Apprentice at 6 P.M.