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NIT men's basketball schedule and results

By United Press International   |   March 22, 2013 at 11:32 PM   |   Comments

NIT Men's Basketball Schedule and Results

(All times EDT)

(Region seeding in parentheses)

First round

March 19

(2) Maryland 86, (7) Niagara 70

(5) St. John's 63, (4) St. Joseph's 61

(5) Louisiana Tech 71, (4) Florida State 66

(8) Robert Morris 59, (1) Kentucky 57

(1) Alabama 62, (8) Northeastern 43

(1) Virginia 67, (8) Norfolk State 56

(3) Denver 61, (6) Ohio 57

(3) Brigham Young 90, Washington 79

(4) Stanford 58, (5) Stephen F. Austin 57

March 20

(3) Iowa 68, (6) Indiana State 52

(7) Stony Brook 71, (2) Massachusetts 58

(4) Providence 75, (5) Charlotte 66

(7) Mercer 75, (2) Tennessee 67

(2) Baylor 112, (7) Long Beach State 66

(1) Southern Mississippi 78, (8) Charleston Southern 71

(3) Arizona State 83, (6) Detroit 68

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Second round

March 21

(2) Maryland 62, (3) Denver 52

March 22

(2) Baylor 89, (3) Arizona State 86

(3) Iowa 75, (7) Stony Brook 63

March 23

(4) Stanford at (1) Alabama, noon

March 24

(5) St. John's at (1) Virginia, 11 a.m.

March 25

(8) Robert Morris at (4) Providence, 7 p.m.

(7) Mercer vs. (3) Brigham Young, 9 p.m.

(5) Louisiana Tech at (1) Southern Mississippi, 10 p.m.

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Quarterfinals

March 26-27

(8) Robert Morris/(4) Providence winner vs. (2) Baylor

(5) Louisiana Tech/(1) Southern Mississippi winner vs. (7) Mercer/(3) Brigham Young winner

(4) Stanford/(1) Alabama winner vs. (2) Maryland

(5) St. John's/(1) Virginia winner vs. (3) Iowa

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Semifinals

April 2

at New York

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Championship

April 4

at New York

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