March Madness 2023 Round of 32 Matches Results

March Madness 2023 Round of 32 Matches Results
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All the March Madness 2023 Round of 32 Matches Results which is played on March 18th, 2023 are as follows :

No. 5 San Diego State 75, No. 13 Furman 52

Micah Parrish of SDSU contributed to the Aztecs’ 75-52 victory against SDSU on Saturday in the NCAA Tournament’s second round by leading a balanced scoring onslaught.

In the second round of the NCAA Tournament on Saturday, San Diego State easily ended the run of preseason favourite Furman, using 16 points from Micah Parrish to lead a balanced scoring onslaught and cruising to a 75-52 victory.

For San Diego State (29-6), which is going to its first Sweet 16 since 2004, Matt Bradley finished with 10 points, Darrion Trammell had 13, Lamont Butler had 12, and Butler was the team’s top scorer with 13. The South Region semifinal matchup between the Aztecs and Alabama will take place next week in Louisville, Kentucky. The Aztecs have won 11 of their last 13 games.

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No. 4 Tennessee 65, No. 5 Duke 52

In the NCAA Tournament East Region game on Saturday afternoon in Orlando, Florida, Olivier Nkamhoua contributed 23 of his career-high-tying 27 points in the second half to help No. 4 seed Tennessee defeat No. 5 Duke 65-52 and advance to the Sweet 16 for the first time since 2019.

After two NCAA Tournament games, Tennessee (25-10) sent Jon Scheyer, the first-year coach in charge of succeeding Mike Krzyzewski, home after ending Duke’s 10-game winning streak. Bully ball was used by these Vols to defeat the fifth-seeded Blue Devils (27-9).

No. 8 Arkansas 72, No. 1 Kansas 71

With a combined 46 points from Ricky Council IV and Davonte Davis on Saturday, No. 8 seed Arkansas defeated No. 1 seed Kansas 72-71 to go to its third straight Sweet 16.

No. 15 Princeton 78, No. 7 Missouri 63

On Saturday afternoon, No. 15th seed Princeton easily defeated No. 7 seed Missouri, 78-63, to advance to the second round of the men’s NCAA tournament. While the Tigers cruised to an easy round of 32 victory, they used a big rebounding advantage and 12 made three-pointers. For the second time in a row, the No. 15th seed is making progress to the Sweet 16.

No. 1 Houston 81, No. 9 Auburn 64

Inspite of having a 10-point advantage at the break against Houston, Auburn still lost to Houston with a 17 point difference.

On Saturday night at Legacy Arena in Birmingham, Houston’s top-seeded team defeated Auburn 81-64 thanks to Marcus Sasser’s 22 points and stifling defence in the second half. After falling behind by 10 points at the half, the Cougars (33-3) rallied back determined to win.

No. 2 Texas 69, No. 10 Penn State 66

The Longhorns defeated Penn State 71-66 in the second round of the NCAA Tournament on Saturday night to advance to the Sweet 16 for the first time in 15 years thanks to Dylan Disu’s season-high 28 points on 14 of 20 shooting.

“We’ve never played against a big man with that type of touch,” Penn State’s Seth Lundy said. “I don’t remember him missing, not one floater. He would do it from 10 feet, 15 feet, 5 feet.”

No. 2 UCLA 68, No. 7 Northwestern 63

At the Golden 1 Center on Saturday, the No. 2-seeded UCLA men’s basketball team upset the No. 7-seeded Northwestern team 68-63 in the second round of the NCAA Tournament.The Bruins (31-5) have qualified for the Sweet 16 for a third time in a row.

On March 23, UCLA will play either No. 6-seed TCU (22-12) or No. 3-seed Gonzaga (29-5) at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas. In a second-round game on Sunday at 6:40 p.m. in Denver, Gonzaga will play TCU (PT).

No. 1 Alabama 73, No. 8 Maryland 50

In the second round of the NCAA Tournament on Saturday night in Birmingham, Alabama, Brandon Miller helped top-seeded Alabama defeat eighth-seeded Maryland 73-51 after having a bad game earlier in the day. Miller finished with 19 points and seven rebounds.

Alabama will play No. 5 seed San Diego State in the Sweet 16 of the South regional, which will be held the following week in Louisville, Kentucky

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