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College Games/March Madness selection this evening - Mar 17, 2019

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2019 NCAA March Madness Selection Show, featuring the exclusive live first-time announcement of the pairings for the 2019 NCAA Division I Men's Basketball Championship, which will be televised on TBS - Sunday, March 17, at 6 PM.

Rashawn Fredericks (196-G/F-96) and the University of Cincinnati men's basketball advanced to the American Athletic Conference championship after defeating Wichita State 66-63 in Saturday's semifinals. The victory was the second of Saturday's semifinals where the underdog tried to overtake the better seed. Memphis rallied, but fell to Houston 61-58. That sets up the championship showdown between the conference's top two teams - Cincinnati as the No. 2 seed and top-seeded Houston. Cincinnati appeared in control with a 62-55 lead with 4:44 left, when the Shockers made their run. They eventually would catch the Bearcats at 62-all, then again deadlocked at 63. Cincinnati faces top-seed Houston in Sunday's title game art 3:15 pm on ESPN.

Playing its third game in less than 72 hours, Jordan Murphy (201-F-97) and Minnesota (21-13, 9-11 Big Ten) appeared to be out of energy. Michigan (28-5, 15-5 Big Ten) closed the first half on a 25-6 run and then poured on an 11-2 run early in the second to bury the Gophers en route to a final score of 76-49. Murphy contributed 10 points and led the team with 6 rebounds. The Gophers put themselves on more solid ground for the NCAA Tournament with two conference tournament victories and awaits an NCAA invitation.

Tonight Hopefuls
The assumption is De'Quon Lake (208-F)< and Arizona State Sun Devils Sun Devils (22-10) will earn an at-large bid in the NCAA Tournament, they will have to wait for Selection Sunday to find out if what the bracket experts say is true.

Ahsan Asadullah (203-C) and Lipscomb (25-7) are a strong candidate for an at-large bid, tuned into Sunday's show having already guaranteed themselves a spot in the NIT as the top seed in the conference

Despite a cold-shooting night, Shaun Willett (193-F) and the top-seeded Queens University of Charlotte men's basketball team (29-4, 19-1 SAC), edged eighth-seeded Emmanuel College (25-10, 15-3), 76-72, on Saturday night at the Levine Center in the first round of the NCAA Division II Men's Basketball Championship. Willett contributed eight points on 4-of-14 shooting with nine rebounds.
After exchanging the lead early in the second half, the Lions stretched its advantage to eight points, 61-53 with 7:50 to play. The Royals answered with a 7-0 run, capped by a Willett fast break dunk, that pulled Queens within one, 61-60. The Royals took the lead, 67-65, on Willett's cutting to the basket for a lay-in. After a dry spell in which Queens missed five consecutive late-second half free throws, the Royals hit nine in a row to close out the victory in the final 31 seconds. Queens will meet fourth-seeded Catawba College in the regional semifinals on Sunday night. Opening tipoff at the Levine Center is scheduled for 7:30 p.m.

Shaquan Jules (201-F)
and the No. 17 South Carolina Aiken men's basketball team (27-5) defeated sixth-seeded Lenoir-Rhyne 84 -71 Saturday in the first round of the NCAA Tournament. Jules hit a free throw, completing the 10-0 run while giving the visitors a 30-20 advantage. L-R pulled within seven points on a pair of occasions, with the last time coming at 57-50.The Pacers return to action tomorrow in the NCAA Southeast Regional semifinal against Augusta at 5 p.m.

Miguel Arnold (180-PG) and the No. 16 nationally-ranked Augusta University men's basketball team pushed its win streak to 14 with a 77-70 overtime win over seventh-seeded Francis Marion in the NCAA Southeast Region quarterfinal game on Saturday afternoon in The Levine Center. Francis Marion fought back and forced overtime by outscoring the Jags 37-33 in the second half. Tied at 64-all heading into extra time, Augusta took over and a deep three pointer from Arnold sealed the victory. The Jaguars outscored the Patriots 13-6 in overtime to win their 14th game in a row. The Jaguars will play third-seeded USC Aiken in the semifinal game on Sunday, March 17 at 5:00 p.m. in The Levine Center for their fourth meeting of the season. Each team won on each other's floor in the regular season, but Augusta rolled USC Aiken the last time out on March 3 to claim the Peach Belt Conference Tournament Championship.

12:00 p.m. Game 1: #3 USC Aiken vs. #6 Lenoir-Rhyne
2:30 p.m. Game 2: #2 Augusta vs. #7 Francis Marion
5:30 p.m. Game 3: #1 Queens vs. #8 Emmanuel

5:00 p.m. Game 5: USC Aiken vs. Augusta
7:30 p.m. Game 6: Catawba vs. Queens University

7:00 p.m. Game 7: Game 5 Winner vs. Game 6 Winner
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Tyra Aska and the SWOSU Lady Bulldogs move on to the Central Regional Championship game with a 75-72 victory over Central Missouri. With the victory, SWOSU advances to face Fort Hays State, the top seed in the regional, on Monday evening at Gross Memorial Coliseum in Hays, with the winner of that game advancing to the Elite Eight. Aska is coming off playing a full game was held to just 23 minutes and eventually fouled out to the tune of six points and five rebounds.

SWOSU led for less just over eight minutes total in the game, trailing by as many as nine in the early going and they found themselves down by eight, 66-58, with 6:02 to play in the game. As they've done all season, the gritty Lady Dawgs continued to battle and cut the deficit to three, 69-66, with 2:44 to play. SWOSU held a slim, 72-69, but UCM's inbounds play got the Jennies a good look at a three-pointer that tied the game with 17 seconds remaining. The Lady Bulldogs then drilled a three to win the game with 0.5 seconds remaining. SWOSU will take a 32-1 record and a 32-game winning streak into Monday's game as they make their first appearance in the NCAA Division II Regional Championship game. Tipoff against #3 Fort Hays State is set for 8:00 pm at Gross Memorial Coliseum.

Sherelle Georrge and the e fourth-seeded Vulcans held the nation's leading scoring offense to a season low in points to earn an 87-77 overtime win at top-seeded and host Glenville State in the second round of the NCAA Tournament on Saturday night at the Waco Center. With the victory, the California University of Pennsylvania women's
basketball team improve to 26-5 this season and advances to face third-seeded IUP in the regional final on Monday, March 18, at 7 p.m.


Stephaun Adams and Campbellsville University men's basketball (22-9)earned the No. 7-seed in the Liston Bracket of the NAIA National Championship and will play two-seeded Lewis Clark State College on Wednesday at 11:45 a.m. at Kansas City's historic Municipal Auditorium. The NAIA Network - the association's official video streaming home - will broadcast the first 30 games leading up to the championship final on ESPN3. The video platform, powered by Stretch Internet, allows users access video, statistics, and social interaction on a number of devices, including mobile. Single-day passes can be purchased for $9.95, while an all-tournament package is available at $34.95.


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