March Madness 2023 Sweet 16 Results

March Madness 2023 Sweet 16 Results
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As March Madness 2023 Sweet 16 round is completed and Eight teams have advance to the Elite Eight. So, which the teams qualifies from the friday matches of Sweet 16 round are here . March Madness 2023 Sweet 16 results from Friday’s men’s tournament 6 are as follows :

Friday, March 24 (Sweet 16) :

No. 5 San Diego State 71, No. 1 Alabama 64

The No. 1 overall seed Alabama Crimson Tide was defeated by the No. 5 seed San Diego State Aztecs on Friday night at the KFC Yum! Center in the heart of Louisville, Kentucky, by a score of 64-71, bringing Alabama’s run the 2023 NCAA Tournament to an end in the Sweet 16.

Trammell exploded for 21 points while Miller, whose outstanding season was ruined by off-the-court complications, was limited to nine points on 3-of-19 shooting and six turnovers. San Diego State was down 48-39 in the second half before going on a 12-0 run and winning the game

The fifth-seeded Aztecs (30-6) will face Creighton on Sunday in the West Region final as they seek their first Final Four in program history. As no. 6 Creighton defeated no. 15 Princeton by 86-75 to reach Elite 8.

Team1st Half2nd HalfFinal Score
Aztecs (30-6)284371
Crimson Tide (31-6)234164

No. 5 Miami (Fla.) 89, No. 1 Houston 75

No. 5 seed Miami upsets No. 1 seed Houston and advances to Elite Eight. While Nijel Pack scored 26 points and three more players scored in double figures for Miami and hit shots from near and far against the stingiest defense in the country to beat Houston 89-75 in the Midwest region Sweet 16 matchup on Friday night.

With the Houston Cougar’s loss, the NCAA men’s tournament is without a single No.1 seed among its Elite Eight teams for the time in the history, since seeding began in 1979. The Hurricanes will face Texas in the Elite Eight on Sunday. No. 2 Texas defeated No. 3 Xavier by 83-71. In addition to the men’s program, the Miami women’s program will also play in this year’s Elite Eight against LSU on Sunday.

The fifth-seeded Hurricanes reached a regional final for the second straight year

Team1st Half2nd HalfFinal Score
Hurricanes (28-7)424789
Cougars (33-4)363975

No. 6 Creighton 86, No. 15 Princeton 75

The Cinderella run has finally come to an end for No. 15 seed Princeton as No. 6 seed Creighton defeat them by 86-75 and advances to Elite Eight.

One of the biggest surprises of this year NCAA March Madness tournament’s first weekend was the Princeton Tigers, who defeated No. 2 Arizona and No. 7 Missouri to get to the Sweet 16. However, today Bluejays ending the game with four players scoring in double figures, putting a stop to their winning run.

Ryan Kalkbrenner, the two-time Big East defensive player of the year, exploded for 22 points, Baylor Scheierman scored 21 points on 5-of-7 3-point attempts, and Creighton shot 58.2 percent to defeat 15th-seeded Princeton 86-75 on Friday in the NCAA Tournament’s South Region semifinals in Louisville.

The No. 6 seeded Bluejays (24-12) reached the regional final for the first time since 1941, when they participated in an eight-team NCAA Tournament. Creighton will play No. 5 seed San Diego State in Sunday’s South Region final, with each team looking for their first Final Four.

Team1st Half2nd HalfFinal Score
Tigers (23-9)433275
Bluejays (24-12)473986

No. 2 Texas 83, No. 3 Xavier 71

On Friday night in Kansas City, No. 2 seed Texas defeated No. 3 seed Xavier by 83-71. Tyrese Hunter dropped 19 points, Marcus Carr and Christian Bishop scored 18 points each, to reach the Elite Eight of the NCAA Tournament for the first time since 2008.

The Longhorns, the highest seed remaining after No. 1 seeds Alabama and Houston lost earlier in the night, opened a 42-25 advantage by halftime while playing the most of the game without injured star Dylan Disu.

Now, Texas and Terry now have an opportunity to advance past the Elite 8 on Sunday and make it to their first Final Four since 2006.

“Over the course of my career you learn that anything can happen in March,” Terry said after the win on Friday. “That’s why it’s the Madness.”

Texas will face No. 5-seed Miami on Saturday in the Elite Eight at 4:05 p.m. Central on CBS.

Team1st Half2nd HalfFinal Score
Musketeers (27-10)254671
Longhorns (29-8)424183

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