BOSTON (CBS) – The University of Maryland Baltimore County made history Friday night. And Harvard was happy to welcome them to the club.

Sixteenth-seeded UMBC became the first team in men’s tournament history to take down the No. 1 team in the bracket. But the Retrievers aren’t the only basketball team to reach the achievement.

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In 1988, the No. 16 Harvard women’s basketball team took down No. 1 Stanford. The Crimson advanced with a shocking 71-67 win.

After UMBC’s victory Friday night, the school’s Twitter account replied to a tweet from Atlanta Dream point guard Layshia Clarendon, who pointed out that the Retrievers weren’t the “first team ever” to beat the top seed.

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“They laid the groundwork, it just took us 20 years to catch up,” UMBC tweeted, referring to Harvard’s upset.

Following their historic win, the Retrievers will take on No. 9 Kansas State in the second round.

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Harvard’s season, meanwhile, came to an end Friday night in the WNIT following a loss to Fordham.