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NCAA Men's Division I basketball schedule

By United Press International   |   March 25, 2011 at 5:06 AM   |   Comments

NCAA Men's Division I basketball schedule and results

(Regional seeding in parentheses)

(All times EDT)

First Round

March 15

At Dayton, Ohio

(16) North Carolina-Asheville 81, (16) Arkansas-Little Rock 77 (OT)

(12) Clemson 70, (12) Alabama-Birmingham 52

March 16

At Dayton, Ohio

(16) Texas-San Antonio 70, (16) Alabama State 61

(11) Virginia Commonwealth 59, (11) Southern California 46

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Second Round

March 17

At Tampa, Fla.

(5) West Virginia 84, (12) Clemson 76

(4) Kentucky 59, (13) Princeton 57

(2) Florida 79, (15) California-Santa Barbara 51

(7) UCLA 78, (10) Michigan State 76

At Washington

(8) Butler 60, (9) Old Dominion 58

(1) Pittsburgh 74, (16) North Carolina-Asheville 51

(3) Connecticut 81, (14) Bucknell 52

(6) Cincinnati 78, (11) Missouri 63

At Denver

(13) Morehead State 62, (4) Louisville 61

(12) Richmond 69, (5) Vanderbilt 66

(3) Brigham Young 75, (14) Wofford 66

(11) Gonzaga 86, (6) St. John's 71

At Tucson

(7) Temple 66, (10) Penn State 64

(2) San Diego State 68, (15) Northern Colorado 50

(4) Wisconsin 72, (13) Belmont 58

(5) Kansas State 73, (12) Utah State 68

March 18

At Tulsa

(4) Texas 85, (13) Oakland 81

(5) Arizona 77, (12) Memphis 75

(1) Kansas 72, (16) Boston University 53

(9) Illinois 73, (8) Nevada-Las Vegas 62

At Charlotte, N.C.

(8) Michigan 75, (9) Tennessee 45

(1) Duke 87, (16) Hampton 45

(2) North Carolina 102, (15) Long Island 87

(7) Washington 68, (10) Georgia 65

At Chicago

(2) Notre Dame 69, (15) Akron 56

(10) Florida State 57, (7) Texas A&M 50

(3) Purdue 65, (14) St. Peter's 43

(11) Virginia Commonwealth 74, (6) Georgetown 56

At Cleveland

(8) George Mason 61, (9) Villanova 57

(1) Ohio State 75, (16) Texas-San Antonio 46

(11) Marquette 66, (6) Xavier 55

(3) Syracuse 77, (14) Indiana State 60

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Third round

March 19

At Tampa, Fla.

(4) Kentucky 71, (5) West Virginia 63

(2) Florida 73, (7) UCLA 65.

At Washington

(8) Butler 71, (1) Pittsburgh 70

(3) Connecticut 69, (6) Cincinnati 58

At Denver

(12) Richmond 65, (13) Morehead State 48

(3) Brigham Young 89, (11) Gonzaga 67

At Tucson

(2) San Diego State 71, (7) Temple 64 (2OT)

(4) Wisconsin 70, (5) Kansas State 65

March 20

At Charlotte, N.C.

(2) North Carolina 86, (7) Washington 83

(1) Duke 73, (8) Michigan 71

At Cleveland

(1) Ohio State 98, (8) George Mason 66

(11) Marquette 66, (3) Syracuse 62

At Tulsa

(5) Arizona 70, (4) Texas 69

(1) Kansas 73, (9) Illinois 59

At Chicago

(11) Virginia Commonwealth 94, (3) Purdue 76

(10) Florida State 71, (2) Notre Dame 57

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Regional semifinals

March 24

At Anaheim, Calif.

(3) Connecticut 74, (2) San Diego State 67

(5) Arizona 93, (1) Duke 74

At New Orleans

(2) Florida 83, (3) Brigham Young 74 (OT)

(8) Butler 61, (4) Wisconsin 54

March 25

At Newark, N.J.

(11) Marquette vs. (2) North Carolina, 7:15 p.m.

(4) Kentucky vs. (1) Ohio State, 9:45 p.m.

At San Antonio

(12) Richmond vs. (1) Kansas, 7:27 p.m.

(11) Virginia Commonwealth vs. (7) Florida State, 9:57 p.m.

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Regional finals

March 24

Southeast Region

At New Orleans

(8) Butler vs. (2) Florida, 4:30 p.m.

West Region

At Anaheim, Calif.

(5) Arizona vs. (3) Connecticut, 7:05 p.,m.

March 25

East Region

At Newark, N.J.

(4) Kentucky/(1) Ohio State winner vs. (11) Marquette/(2) North Carolina winner

Southwest Region

At San Antonio

(12) Richmond/(1) Kansas winner vs. (11) Virginia Commonwealth/(10) Florida State winner

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Final Four

April 2

At Houston

(8) Butler/(2) Florida winner vs. Southwest Region champion

(5) Arizona/(3) Connecticut winner vs. East Region champion

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Championship

April 4

At Houston

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