Selection Committee Reveals The First Team Out Of The NCAA Tournament Field

Selection Committee Reveals The First Team Out Of The NCAA Tournament Field

Selection Committee Reveals The First Team Out Of The NCAA Tournament Field

It marked the program's first conference tournament title and capped off quite the run for Davidson, a team that was good this year but still needed to win its conference to make it in. "You realize you've got to guard for 10 more seconds".

Adding a further wrinkle to the Atlantic 10 result, Rhode Island head coach Dan Hurley is the brother of Arizona State boss, Bobby. "But we did another unbelievable job". Cyril Langevine made a free throw with 2:49 left for URI's last points. Not only did the Sun Devils dropped five of their last six, they only defeated 8-24 California in that span, and while the Orange only won three of their last seven, which isn't great, at least two of those wins came against tournament teams - Miami (on the road) and Clemson.

Clark finished with 20 points and the league regular-season champions rescued themselves for the second straight day with a stellar second-half performance, limiting Houston to 20 percent shooting and 18 points after halftime.

Bob McKillop, who won seven Southern Conference Tournaments, will capture his first in the A-10, and give the conference a third team in Sunday's bracket.


It is Davidson's first-ever A-10 Championship. And there appears to be a decent chance that the team bumped out of the NCAA Tournament comes from the ACC. "I think our team is capable of winning games in the NCAA tournament, but that's for somebody else to decide", Wojciechowski said.

Dons not done: USF (18-15) will host Colgate (19-13) in the first round of the College Basketball Invitational at 7 p.m. Wednesday. The Dons lost at Rice in the first round of the CBI a year ago. Terrell is the focal point of a tough-minded team, and some of his best performances have come in big games, including his season-high 32 points on November 23 against Seton Hall. Hayes was named the tournament's MVP.

URI trailed 52-45 with 5:58 to play in the game and Jared Terrell having picked up his fourth foul.

Briefly: Missouri suspended forward Jordan Barnett for its NCAA Tournament opener Friday against Florida State after he was arrested on suspicion of DWI on Saturday, the St. Louis Post Dispatch reported.

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