ABC2 Sports Reporter Shawn Stepner caught up with UMBC forward Nolan Gerrity after the Retrievers returned home on Monday.
UMBC is fresh off a historic NCAA Tournament which saw them become the first No. 16 seed to ever defeat at No. 1 seed. The Retrievers beat top seed Virginia 74-54 on Friday night in the first round of the tournament.
Their Cinderella story came to an end in the second round when they lost to No. 9 Kansas State 50-43.
Gerrity caught the eyes of the nation when the broadcast cameras caught him dancing on the bench during both games.
The Cinderella @UMBC_MBB is back on campus. I caught up with @nolojeezy to recap the amazing #NCAATournament weekend and get some bench-dancing tips. #UMBC #Fortnite #MarchMadness @UMBCAthletics @ABC2NEWS pic.twitter.com/KdwsulUKyj
— Shawn Stepner (@StepnerWMAR) March 19, 2018
***CORRECTION: At the :40 mark of the video the correct point differential was UMBC trailing by three points with 1:12 to go in the game. UMBC was down by one point with about five minutes to play.