In front of a partisan crowd at Madison Square Garden Monday evening, the St. John’s Red Storm pulled off an upset the likes of which the university hasn’t seen in two years.

So when senior forward Justin Brownlee gave the Red Storm the lead for good in their Big East tussle with the Georgetown Hoyas, it marked a time to celebrate the resurgence of one of the marquee programs in men’s college basketball history.

With guard Dwight Hardy, one of 10 seniors on the roster, leading the way with his sixth 20-point-plus game in the team’s last seven games, St. John’s ended a 14-game losing streak against ranked teams.

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