Lindsay Allen scored a season-high 22 points, Brianna Turner added 18 points and 10 rebounds and top-seed Notre Dame finally broke away from ninth-seed Indiana with a 15-2 run that started late in the third quarter to beat the Hoosiers 87-70 on Monday night in the second round of the NCAA Tournament.
Landis, a graduate student, ranks second in Division I three-point field goals (125) and three-pointers per game (3.79), seventh in three-point percentage (45.6) and eighth nationally in three-point attempts (274).
Ex USF coach Gary Andrews led Roberts Weleyan to a 70-58 win in the NCCAA womens basketball championship.
A furious rally allowed the Cardinals to tie the score at the end of the second half, and they came from behind again in the final minute of overtime to dispatch UT Martin 83-80.
Rex Pflueger tapped in a rebound with 1.5 seconds left and Notre Dame survived 14th-seeded Stephen F. Austin 76-75 on Sunday to reach the NCAA round of 16 for the second consecutive season.
Malcolm Brogdon scored 22 points and Virginia used some hot shooting to beat Butler 77-69 on Saturday in the second round of the NCAA Tournament.
In a battle of brainy schools, Duke nearly got a tough lesson from Ivy League champion Yale.
The No. 5 seed Hoosiers have knocked off No. 4 seed Kentucky 73-67
Kentucky (27-8) and Indiana (26-7) — ranked 10th and 14th respectively in the final poll of the season — haven’t played each other since 2012.
V.J. Beacham scored 18 points, including the 3-pointer that gave Notre Dame the lead for good as the Fighting Irish rallied to win. Notre Dame (22-11) didn’t take a lead in the game until Beacham’s 3 as the shot clock ran out with 9:26 left to make it 51-48. There were five more lead changes and three ties to come.
No. 15 seed Middle Tennessee State sent the biggest shock yet through the NCAA Tournament on Friday, shutting down Michigan State star Denzel Valentine in a 90-81 victory over second-seeded Michigan State.
Belmont’s Smith and Darby Maggard found some room for open shots despite the Spartans’ superior size and athleticism, giving the Bruins a chance for the upset going into the final quarter.
Yogi Ferrell had 20 points and a season-high 10 assists, O.G. Anunoby pitched in 14 points and No. 5 seed Indiana took charge of its NCAA Tournament opener against Chattanooga on the way to a 99-74 victory on Thursday in the East Region.
Junior guard Miles Robinson and senior forward Dominique Walls were named NAIA Division II Men’s Basketball All-Americans, the national office announced on Thursday.
University of Saint Francis senior forward Austin Fox and sophomore forward Bryce Lienhoop had been named to the 2016 NAIA Division II Men’s Basketball All-America Team
Josh Hagins sent the game into overtime with a shot from the edge of the midcourt logo, and then into double OT with an arcing shot off glass over an outstretched defender.
Marshall Plumlee ditched the mask guarding his broken nose in the first half and responded by scoring a career-high 23 points to lead defending national champion Duke past UNC Wilmington 93-85 on Thursday in the first round of the NCAA Tournament.
Kelan Martin scored all 11 of his points in the final 8 1/2 minutes, including consecutive 3-pointers to break a tie game, helping Butler beat Texas Tech 71-61 in Thursday’s first round of the NCAA Tournament.
Alex Harthaller comes within two digs of his second collegiate double-double, but the IPFW men’s volleyball team was unable to get over the hump, falling in four sets to in-state rival, No. 10 Ball State (25-21, 19-25, 23-25, 19-25).
With no clear-cut favorites and seemingly a dozen teams that could take down the nets in Houston, this March could be the mother of madness.