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NCAA TOURNAMENT: West Regional, 2nd Round Saturday Results

compiled from staff and wire reports

BUTLER 54  MURRAY STATE 52

SAN JOSE, CALIFORNIA–5th seeded Butler continues to roll, squeezing out a tight game against #13 seed Murray State.

Butler now 30-4, have won a nation’s longest 22 games in a row. They were led by Ronald Nored with 15 points.

Murray State, now 31-5, were led by Isaiah Canaan with 14 points.

Ronald Nored Butler (BU)

KANSAS STATE 84 BRIGHAM YOUNG 74

OKLAHOMA CITY, OKLAHOMA–2nd seeded Kansas State, used it’s athleticism to put away 7th seed BYU.

Kansas State was led by Jacob Pullen with 34 points. They’re now 28-7.

Jacob Pullen Kansas State (KSU)

BYU ends the season at 30-6, was led by Jimmer Fredette with 21 points.

NCAA TOURNAMENT: South Regional, 2nd Round Saturday Results

compiled from staff and wire reports

ST. MARY’S 75  VILLANOVA 68

Randy Bennett St. Mary's coach (SMC)

Providence, Rhode Island–St. Mary’s College, the 10th seed upset 2nd-seeded Villanova. The 28-5 Gaels were led by unstoppable Omar Samhan who scored 32 points and grabbed 7 rebounds.

Villanova, 25-8 couldn’t get their best player, Scotty Reynolds untracked. He missed 9 of 11 as his stellar career came to an end.

BAYLOR 76  OLD DOMINION 68

New Orleans, Louisiana–The Baylor Bears (27-7) and from Waco, Texas will play in the Sweet 16 in Houston, Texas after defeating Old Dominion, 76-68.

LaceDarius Dunn Baylor (BU)

LaceDarius Dunn led the 3rd seeded Bears with 26 points.

#11 seed Old Dominion ends the season at 27-9, were led by Kent Bazemore’s 13 points.

NCAA TOURNAMENT: Midwest Regional, 2nd Round Saturday Results

compiled from staff and wire reports

TENNESSEE 83  OHIO 68

Bruce Pearl leads Vols to Sweet 16 (UT)

Providence, Rhode Island–The Tennessee Volunteers, the 6th seed, used an 18-2 start in the first half and a 10-1 run to start the second half to put the game away.

UT is now 27-8 and in the Sweet 16 again. They were led in scoring by J.P. Prince with 18 and 17 from Scotty Hopson.

14th-seeded Ohio University ends their dream season at 22-15.

NORTHERN IOWA 69  KANSAS 67

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma–#1 overall seed Kansas was down 12 to 9th seeded Northern Iowa and cut the lead to one with :44 seconds remaining. But Thursday’s hero, Ali Farokhmanesh scored a 3-point goal to give NIU (30-4) the tournament’s biggest upset and end a 20-year drought in the NCAA to move to the Sweet 16.

Jordan Eglseder scored 14 points and grabbed 5 rebounds for Northern Iowa.

33-3 Kansas was led by Marcus Morris with 16 points and Cole Aldrich with 13 points and 10 rebounds.

NCAA TOURNAMENT: East Regional, 2nd Round Saturday Results

compiled from staff and wire reports

WASHINGTON 82  NEW MEXICO 64

San Jose, California-The Washington Huskies, using a fast break attack that the Lobos couldn’t keep up with, upset 3rd-seeded New Mexico.

Washington, 26-9 was led by Quincy Pondexter with 18 points and Isaiah Thomas with 15 and Matthew Bryan-Amanning chipped in with 15 points and 9 rebounds.

30-5 New Mexico was led by Dairese Gary with 25 points.

Darius Miller led Wildcats (UK)

Actress Ashley Judd always visible at Kentucky games (wfe)

KENTUCKY 90  WAKE FOREST 60

New Orleans, Louisiana– The 34-2 Wildcats breezed to an easy victory against a struggling Wake Forest team. With their biggest fan in attendance, actress Ashley Judd, Kentucky used their athleticism and quickness to dominate the game.

Sophomore guard Darius Miller scored a career-high 20 points, 16 in the first half.

NCAA TOURNAMENT: East Regional, First Round

compiled from staff and wire reports

WISCONSIN 53  WOFFORD 44

The Badgers held their own against  pesky Wofford.  Wisconsin used their defense and NCAA experience to put the game away late.

Jon Leuer led the way with 20 points for the 4th-seeded Badgers, who’ll be playing in the second round for the fourth consecutive year.

The 13th-seeded Terriers end the year at 26-9 while the Badgers move on at 24-8.

CORNELL 78  TEMPLE 65

Cornell Basketball team (CU)

One of Friday’s surprising games as Cornell (28-4) from the Ivy League upset the more athletic and quick Temple Owls who lost in the first round for the third straight year.

The 29-6 Owls from the Atlantic 10 Conference, never got untracked as Cornell. the best team to come out of the Ivy League in 10 years, never let lost control of the game.

MISSOURI 86  CLEMSON 76

Clemson Head coach Oliver Purnell will have to wait until next year to win an NCAA Tournament game. He has taken three schools to the “Big Dance”, Old Dominion, Dayton and Clemson and has yet to win a game. Clemson ends up at 21-11.

23-10 Missouri was led by Kim English and Keith Ramsey each scoring 20 points and the Tigers swarming defense shut Clemson.

WEST VIRGINIA 77   MORGAN STATE 50

Morgan State (27-10) had delusions of grandeur as they led early in the contest 10-0 while the Mountaineers missed their first 11 shots.

But West Virginia (28-6) rebounded to win the game and advance.

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