NCAA Tournament Brackets

2008-2009 NCAA Tournament Information

Tournament Dates:Mar 17 - Apr 6, 2009
Champions:North Carolina
Runner-Up:Michigan State
MVP/MOP:Wayne Ellington (North Carolina, Jr.)
All-Tournament Team:Wayne Ellington (North Carolina, Jr.), Ty Lawson (North Carolina, Jr.), Tyler Hansbrough (North Carolina, Sr.), Kalin Lucas (Michigan State, So.), Goran Suton (Michigan State, Sr.)
Final Four Teams:North Carolina, North Carolina, Connecticut, Connecticut
#1 Seeds:Pittsburgh, Louisville, Connecticut, North Carolina
Championship Venue:Ford Field (Detroit, MI)
Attendance:N/A
Officials:Patrick Adams, Jeff Anderson, Roger Ayers, James Barker, Rick Batsell, Craig Boroski, James Breeding, Kevin Brill, Jim Burr, John Cahill, JB Caldwell, D.J. Carstensen, Dick Cartmell, Lee Cassell, Tim Clougherty, JD Collins, Ed Corbett, Eugene Crawford, Eric Curry, Don Daily, Roger Davis, Joe Demayo, Bob Donato, Brian Dorsey, Pat Driscoll, Tom Eades, Mike Eades, Edwin Edsall, Mike Eggers, Pat Evans, Dwayne Gladden, Terence Green, Tony Greene, Mike Greenstein, Ron Groover, David Hall, John Hampton, Verne Harris, Rick Hartzell, Karl Hess, John Higgins, Tim Higgins, Ed Hightower, John Hughes, Paul Janssen, Bo Jones, Les Jones, Anthony Jordan, Bill Kennedy, Bryan Kersey, Kipp Kissinger, Michael Kitts, David Libbey, Joe Lindsay, Mike Littlewood, Jamie Luckie, Hal Lusk, Gary Maxwell, Glenn Mayborg, Randy McCall, Bill McCarthy, Brent Meaux, Terry Moore, Mike Nance, Brian O'Connell, Tom O'Neill, Steve Olsen, Steve Olson, Tony Padilla, Ray Perrone, Antonio Petty, Gerry Pollard, Gary Prager, Steven Pyatt, Rick Randall, Chris Rastatter, Michael Reed, Mark Reishling, Mike Roberts, Wally Rutecki, Mike Sanzere, Mike Scyphers, Kelly Self, Curtis Shaw, Doug Shows, Doug Simmons, Lamar Simpson, Doug Sirmons, Steven Skiles, Larry Spalding, Bob Staffen, Michael Stephens, Michael Stevens, Mike Stuart, Raymond Styons, Mike Thibodeaux, Scott Thornley, Ted Valentine, Brett Wegenke, Mark Whitehead, Mike Wood, Terry Wymer

2008-2009 NCAA Tournament Leaders

Total Points:Wayne Ellington (North Carolina, Jr.) (115)
Total Rebounds:Goran Suton (Michigan State, Sr.) (64)
Total Assists:Ty Lawson (North Carolina, Jr.) (34), Kalin Lucas (Michigan State, So.) (34)
Total Steals:Ty Lawson (North Carolina, Jr.) (16)
Total Blocks:Cole Aldrich (Kansas, So.) (16)
Total Minutes:Wayne Ellington (North Carolina, Jr.) (201)
Total FIC:Blake Griffin (Oklahoma, So.) (104.0)
Total Fouls:Raymar Morgan (Michigan State, Jr.) (21)
Total Turnovers:Kalin Lucas (Michigan State, So.) (18)
Total FGs:Blake Griffin (Oklahoma, So.) (46)
Total 3PM:Wayne Ellington (North Carolina, Jr.) (17)
Total FTs:Tyler Hansbrough (North Carolina, Sr.) (41)

2008-2009 NCAA Tournament Bracket

Play In Game
M16 Alabama State 43
M16 Morehead State 58

Midwest Regional (Indianapolis)
First Round
M1 Louisville 74
M16 Morehead State 54
 
 
 
 
M8 Ohio State 72
M9 Siena 74
 
M5 Utah 71
M12 Arizona 84
 
 
 
 
M4 Wake Forest 69
M13 Cleveland State 84
 
M6 West Virginia 60
M11 Dayton 68
 
 
 
 
M3 Kansas 84
M14 North Dakota State 74
 
M7 Boston College 55
M10 USC 72
 
 
 
 
M2 Michigan State 77
M15 Robert Morris 62
 
Second Round
 
M1 Louisville 79
M9 Siena 72
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
M12 Arizona 71
M13 Cleveland State 57
M3 Kansas 60
M11 Dayton 43
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
M2 Michigan State 74
M10 USC 69
Sweet Sixteen
 
 
 
M1 Louisville 103
M12 Arizona 64
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
M2 Michigan State 67
M3 Kansas 62
Elite Eight
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
M1 Louisville 52
M2 Michigan State 64
West Regional (Glendale)
First Round
W1 Connecticut 103
W16 Chattanooga 47
 
 
 
 
W8 Brigham Young 66
W9 Texas A&M 79
 
W5 Purdue 61
W12 Northern Iowa 56
 
 
 
 
W4 Washington 71
W13 Mississippi State 58
 
W6 Marquette 58
W11 Utah State 57
 
 
 
 
W3 Missouri 78
W14 Cornell 59
 
W7 California 71
W10 Maryland 84
 
 
 
 
W2 Memphis 81
W15 Cal State Northridge 70
 
Second Round
 
W1 Connecticut 92
W9 Texas A&M 66
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
W4 Washington 74
W5 Purdue 76
W3 Missouri 83
W6 Marquette 79
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
W2 Memphis 89
W10 Maryland 70
Sweet Sixteen
 
 
 
W1 Connecticut 72
W5 Purdue 60
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
W2 Memphis 91
W3 Missouri 102
Elite Eight
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
W1 Connecticut 82
W3 Missouri 75
East Regional (Boston)
First Round
E1 Pittsburgh 72
E16 East Tennessee State 62
 
 
 
 
E8 Oklahoma State 77
E9 Tennessee 75
 
E5 Florida State 59
E12 Wisconsin 61
 
 
 
 
E4 Xavier 77
E13 Portland State 59
 
E6 UCLA 65
E11 VCU 64
 
 
 
 
E3 Villanova 80
E14 American University 67
 
E7 Texas 76
E10 Minnesota 62
 
 
 
 
E2 Duke 86
E15 Binghamton 62
 
Second Round
 
E1 Pittsburgh 84
E8 Oklahoma State 76
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
E4 Xavier 60
E12 Wisconsin 49
E3 Villanova 89
E6 UCLA 69
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
E2 Duke 74
E7 Texas 69
Sweet Sixteen
 
 
 
E1 Pittsburgh 60
E4 Xavier 55
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
E2 Duke 54
E3 Villanova 77
Elite Eight
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
E1 Pittsburgh 76
E3 Villanova 78
South Regional (Memphis)
First Round
S1 North Carolina 101
S16 Radford 58
 
 
 
 
S8 LSU 75
S9 Butler 71
 
S5 Illinois 72
S12 Western Kentucky 76
 
 
 
 
S4 Gonzaga 77
S13 Akron 64
 
S6 Arizona State 66
S11 Temple 57
 
 
 
 
S3 Syracuse 59
S14 Stephen F. Austin 44
 
S7 Clemson 59
S10 Michigan 62
 
 
 
 
S2 Oklahoma 82
S15 Morgan State 54
 
Second Round
 
S1 North Carolina 84
S8 LSU 70
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
S4 Gonzaga 83
S12 Western Kentucky 81
S3 Syracuse 78
S6 Arizona State 67
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
S2 Oklahoma 73
S10 Michigan 63
Sweet Sixteen
 
 
 
S1 North Carolina 98
S4 Gonzaga 77
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
S2 Oklahoma 84
S3 Syracuse 71
Elite Eight
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
S1 North Carolina 72
S2 Oklahoma 60
Final Four (Detroit)
Final Four
W1 Connecticut 73
M2 Michigan State 82
 
 
 
 
 
 
S1 North Carolina 83
E3 Villanova 69
Championship Game
 
 
S1 North Carolina 89
M2 Michigan State 72

2008-2009 NCAA Tournament Participants

Seed Region School Ovr. Wins Ovr. Losses Ovr. Win % Conf. Wins Conf. Losses Conf. Win % Berth Type
E1 East Regional (Boston) Pittsburgh 28  87.50% 15  83.33% At-Large
M1 Midwest Regional (Indianapolis) Louisville 28  84.85% 16  88.89% Tournament Winner
S1 South Regional (Memphis) North Carolina 28  87.50% 13  81.25% At-Large
W1 West Regional (Glendale) Connecticut 27  87.10% 15  83.33% At-Large
E2 East Regional (Boston) Duke 28  82.35% 11  68.75% Tournament Winner
M2 Midwest Regional (Indianapolis) Michigan State 26  81.25% 15  83.33% At-Large
S2 South Regional (Memphis) Oklahoma 27  84.38% 13  81.25% At-Large
W2 West Regional (Glendale) Memphis 31  91.18% 16  100.00% Tournament Winner
E3 East Regional (Boston) Villanova 26  78.79% 13  72.22% At-Large
M3 Midwest Regional (Indianapolis) Kansas 25  78.13% 14  87.50% At-Large
S3 South Regional (Memphis) Syracuse 26  74.29% 11  61.11% At-Large
W3 West Regional (Glendale) Missouri 28  82.35% 12  75.00% Tournament Winner
E4 East Regional (Boston) Xavier 25  78.13% 12  75.00% At-Large
M4 Midwest Regional (Indianapolis) Wake Forest 24  80.00% 11  68.75% At-Large
S4 South Regional (Memphis) Gonzaga 26  83.87% 14  100.00% Tournament Winner
W4 West Regional (Glendale) Washington 25  75.76% 14  77.78% At-Large
E5 East Regional (Boston) Florida State 25  73.53% 10  62.50% At-Large
M5 Midwest Regional (Indianapolis) Utah 24  72.73% 12  75.00% Tournament Winner
S5 South Regional (Memphis) Illinois 24  72.73% 11  61.11% At-Large
W5 West Regional (Glendale) Purdue 25  73.53% 11  61.11% Tournament Winner
E6 East Regional (Boston) UCLA 25  75.76% 13  72.22% At-Large
M6 Midwest Regional (Indianapolis) West Virginia 23  11  67.65% 10  55.56% At-Large
S6 South Regional (Memphis) Arizona State 24  72.73% 11  61.11% At-Large
W6 West Regional (Glendale) Marquette 24  72.73% 12  66.67% At-Large
E7 East Regional (Boston) Texas 22  11  66.67% 56.25% At-Large
M7 Midwest Regional (Indianapolis) Boston College 22  11  66.67% 56.25% At-Large
S7 South Regional (Memphis) Clemson 23  74.19% 56.25% At-Large
W7 West Regional (Glendale) California 22  10  68.75% 11  61.11% At-Large
E8 East Regional (Boston) Oklahoma State 22  11  66.67% 56.25% At-Large
M8 Midwest Regional (Indianapolis) Ohio State 22  10  68.75% 10  55.56% At-Large
S8 South Regional (Memphis) LSU 26  78.79% 13  81.25% At-Large
W8 West Regional (Glendale) Brigham Young 25  78.13% 12  75.00% At-Large
E9 East Regional (Boston) Tennessee 21  12  63.64% 10  62.50% At-Large
M9 Midwest Regional (Indianapolis) Siena 26  78.79% 16  88.89% Tournament Winner
S9 South Regional (Memphis) Butler 26  83.87% 15  83.33% At-Large
W9 West Regional (Glendale) Texas A&M 23  71.88% 56.25% At-Large
E10 East Regional (Boston) Minnesota 22  10  68.75% 50.00% At-Large
M10 Midwest Regional (Indianapolis) USC 21  12  63.64% 50.00% Tournament Winner
S10 South Regional (Memphis) Michigan 20  13  60.61% 50.00% At-Large
W10 West Regional (Glendale) Maryland 20  13  60.61% 43.75% At-Large
E11 East Regional (Boston) VCU 24  72.73% 14  77.78% Tournament Winner
M11 Midwest Regional (Indianapolis) Dayton 26  78.79% 11  68.75% At-Large
S11 South Regional (Memphis) Temple 22  11  66.67% 11  68.75% Tournament Winner
W11 West Regional (Glendale) Utah State 30  88.24% 14  87.50% Tournament Winner
E12 East Regional (Boston) Wisconsin 19  12  61.29% 10  55.56% At-Large
M12 Midwest Regional (Indianapolis) Arizona 19  13  59.38% 50.00% At-Large
S12 South Regional (Memphis) Western Kentucky 24  75.00% 15  83.33% Tournament Winner
W12 West Regional (Glendale) Northern Iowa 23  10  69.70% 14  77.78% Tournament Winner
E13 East Regional (Boston) Portland State 23  71.88% 11  68.75% Tournament Winner
M13 Midwest Regional (Indianapolis) Cleveland State 25  10  71.43% 12  66.67% Tournament Winner
S13 South Regional (Memphis) Akron 23  12  65.71% 10  62.50% Tournament Winner
W13 West Regional (Glendale) Mississippi State 23  12  65.71% 56.25% Tournament Winner
E14 East Regional (Boston) American University 24  77.42% 13  92.86% Tournament Winner
M14 Midwest Regional (Indianapolis) North Dakota State 26  81.25% 16  88.89% Tournament Winner
S14 South Regional (Memphis) Stephen F. Austin 24  77.42% 13  81.25% Tournament Winner
W14 West Regional (Glendale) Cornell 21  70.00% 11  78.57% Regular Season Champion
E15 East Regional (Boston) Binghamton 23  74.19% 13  81.25% Tournament Winner
M15 Midwest Regional (Indianapolis) Robert Morris 24  10  70.59% 15  83.33% Tournament Winner
S15 South Regional (Memphis) Morgan State 23  11  67.65% 13  81.25% Tournament Winner
W15 West Regional (Glendale) Cal State Northridge 17  13  56.67% 11  68.75% Tournament Winner
E16 East Regional (Boston) East Tennessee State 22  11  66.67% 14  70.00% Tournament Winner
M16 Midwest Regional (Indianapolis) Alabama State 22  70.97% 16  88.89% Tournament Winner
M16 Midwest Regional (Indianapolis) Morehead State 19  15  55.88% 12  66.67% Tournament Winner
S16 South Regional (Memphis) Radford 21  11  65.63% 15  83.33% Tournament Winner
W16 West Regional (Glendale) Chattanooga 18  16  52.94% 11  55.00% Tournament Winner

*Wins, Losses and Win % based on team records entering the tournament.

2008-2009 NCAA Tournament Schedule

Date Away Team Home Team Result Venue Home Leaders Away Leaders
Mar 17, 2009 #16 Morehead State (W) #16 Alabama State (L) 58-43 University of Dayton Arena PTS: 14. Andrew Hayles
REB: 7. Brandon Brooks
AST: 2. Brandon Brooks
PTS: 14. Kenneth Faried
REB: 21. Kenneth Faried
AST: 6. Demonte Harper
Mar 19, 2009 #11 VCU (L) #6 UCLA (W) 64-65 Wells Fargo Center PTS: 16. Josh Shipp
REB: 13. Nikola Dragovic
AST: 6. Jrue Holiday
PTS: 21. Eric Maynor
REB: 11. Larry Sanders
AST: 7. Eric Maynor
Mar 19, 2009 #12 Northern Iowa (L) #5 Purdue (W) 56-61 Moda Center PTS: 17. E'Twaun Moore
REB: 10. Robbie Hummel
AST: 3. Chris Kramer
PTS: 13. Jordan Eglseder
REB: 7. Lucas O'Rear
AST: 6. Adam Koch
Mar 19, 2009 #15 Cal State Northridge (L) #2 Memphis (W) 70-81 Sprint Center PTS: 35. Roburt Sallie
REB: 8. Robert Dozier
AST: 9. Antonio Anderson
PTS: 15. Rodrigue Mels
REB: 9. Tremaine Ford
AST: 6. Mark Hill
Mar 19, 2009 #15 Binghamton (L) #2 Duke (W) 62-86 Greensboro Coliseum PTS: 15. Jon Scheyer
REB: 9. Kyle Singler
AST: 4. Jon Scheyer
PTS: 20. D.J. Rivera
REB: 5. D.J. Rivera
AST: 7. Emanuel Mayben
Mar 19, 2009 #16 Chattanooga (L) #1 Connecticut (W) 47-103 Wells Fargo Center PTS: 24. Stanley Robinson
REB: 16. Jeff Adrien
AST: 7. Craig Austrie
PTS: 15. Kevin Goffney
REB: 6. Nicchaeus Doaks
AST: 2. Zach Ferrell
Mar 19, 2009 #12 Western Kentucky (W) #5 Illinois (L) 76-72 Moda Center PTS: 24. Trent Meacham
REB: 10. Calvin Brock
AST: 5. Demetri McCamey
PTS: 17. Steffphon Pettigrew
REB: 11. Sergio Kerusch
AST: 6. Orlando Mendez-Valdez
Mar 19, 2009 #15 Morgan State (L) #2 Oklahoma (W) 54-82 Sprint Center PTS: 28. Blake Griffin
REB: 13. Blake Griffin
AST: 5. Austin Johnson
PTS: 14. Reggie Holmes
REB: 9. Marquise Kately
AST: 4. Jermaine Bolden
Mar 19, 2009 #14 American University (L) #3 Villanova (W) 67-80 Wells Fargo Center PTS: 25. Dwayne Anderson
REB: 8. Dwayne Anderson
AST: 4. Corey Fisher
PTS: 22. Garrison Carr
REB: 4. Brian Gilmore
AST: 4. Brian Gilmore
Mar 19, 2009 #16 Radford (L) #1 North Carolina (W) 58-101 Greensboro Coliseum PTS: 25. Wayne Ellington
REB: 10. Danny Green
AST: 5. Larry Drew
PTS: 12. Joey Lynch-Flohr
REB: 11. Joey Lynch-Flohr
AST: 3. Amir Johnson
Mar 19, 2009 #13 Mississippi State (L) #4 Washington (W) 58-71 Moda Center PTS: 23. Quincy Pondexter
REB: 15. Jon Brockman
AST: 5. Isaiah Thomas
PTS: 14. Barry Stewart
REB: 8. Phil Turner
AST: 4. Dee Bost
Mar 19, 2009 #9 Texas A&M (W) #8 Brigham Young (L) 79-66 Wells Fargo Center PTS: 18. Jimmer Fredette
REB: 7. Jonathan Tavernari
AST: 6. Lee Cummard
PTS: 21. Bryan Davis
REB: 10. Chinemelu Elonu
AST: 7. Donald Sloan
Mar 19, 2009 #13 Akron (L) #4 Gonzaga (W) 64-77 Moda Center PTS: 22. Josh Heytvelt
REB: 8. Josh Heytvelt
AST: 5. Matt Bouldin
PTS: 19. Darryl Roberts
REB: 4. Nate Linhart
AST: 3. Darryl Roberts
Mar 19, 2009 #10 Maryland (W) #7 California (L) 84-71 Sprint Center PTS: 22. Theo Robertson
REB: 6. Theo Robertson
AST: 7. Jerome Randle
PTS: 27. Greivis Vasquez
REB: 5. Greivis Vasquez
AST: 7. Adrian Bowie
Mar 19, 2009 #10 Minnesota (L) #7 Texas (W) 62-76 Greensboro Coliseum PTS: 26. A.J. Abrams
REB: 11. Dexter Pittman
AST: 4. Varez Ward
PTS: 19. Lawrence Westbrook
REB: 7. Paul Carter
AST: 5. Al Nolen
Mar 19, 2009 #9 Butler (L) #8 LSU (W) 71-75 Greensboro Coliseum PTS: 30. Marcus Thornton
REB: 7. Tasmin Mitchell
AST: 5. Bo Spencer
PTS: 22. Matt Howard
REB: 8. Shelvin Mack
AST: 4. Gordon Hayward
Mar 19, 2009 #10 Michigan (W) #7 Clemson (L) 62-59 Sprint Center PTS: 18. Trevor Booker
REB: 11. Trevor Booker
AST: 6. Demontez Stitt
PTS: 23. Manny Harris
REB: 7. Manny Harris
AST: 6. Manny Harris
Mar 20, 2009 #12 Arizona (W) #5 Utah (L) 84-71 AmericanAirlines Arena PTS: 19. Tyler Kepkay
REB: 10. Shaun Green
AST: 6. Carlon Brown
PTS: 29. Nic Wise
REB: 13. Jordan Hill
AST: 6. Chase Budinger
Mar 20, 2009 #15 Robert Morris (L) #2 Michigan State (W) 62-77 Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome PTS: 16. Draymond Green
REB: 17. Goran Suton
AST: 4. Korie Lucious
PTS: 11. Jeremy Chappell
REB: 6. Jeremy Chappell
AST: 4. Rob Robinson
Mar 20, 2009 #11 Temple (L) #6 Arizona State (W) 57-66 AmericanAirlines Arena PTS: 22. Derek Glasser
REB: 7. Jeff Ayres
AST: 4. Derek Glasser
PTS: 29. Dionte Christmas
REB: 10. Lavoy Allen
AST: 4. Lavoy Allen
Mar 20, 2009 #16 Morehead State (L) #1 Louisville (W) 54-74 University of Dayton Arena PTS: 15. Samardo Samuels
REB: 9. Terrence Williams
AST: 5. Earl Clark
PTS: 17. Leon Buchanan
REB: 11. Kenneth Faried
AST: 5. Brandon Shingles
Mar 20, 2009 #12 Wisconsin (W) #5 Florida State (L) 61-59 Taco Bell Arena PTS: 26. Toney Douglas
REB: 8. Derwin Kitchen
AST: 2. Toney Douglas
PTS: 16. Jason Bohannon
REB: 6. Joe Krabbenhoft
AST: 4. Trevon Hughes
Mar 20, 2009 #14 North Dakota State (L) #3 Kansas (W) 74-84 Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome PTS: 32. Sherron Collins
REB: 13. Cole Aldrich
AST: 8. Sherron Collins
PTS: 37. Ben Woodside
REB: 12. Brett Winkelman
AST: 3. Ben Woodside
Mar 20, 2009 #14 Cornell (L) #3 Missouri (W) 59-78 Taco Bell Arena PTS: 23. Leo Lyons
REB: 10. Leo Lyons
AST: 6. J.T. Tiller
PTS: 18. Ryan Wittman
REB: 10. Jeff Foote
AST: 3. Chris Wroblewski
Mar 20, 2009 #16 East Tennessee State (L) #1 Pittsburgh (W) 62-72 University of Dayton Arena PTS: 27. DeJuan Blair
REB: 16. DeJuan Blair
AST: 5. Levance Fields
PTS: 21. Kevin Tiggs
REB: 10. Greg Hamlin
AST: 4. Mike Smith
Mar 20, 2009 #13 Cleveland State (W) #4 Wake Forest (L) 84-69 AmericanAirlines Arena PTS: 22. James Johnson
REB: 8. James Johnson
AST: 5. Jeff Teague
PTS: 22. Norris Cole
REB: 7. Cedric Jackson
AST: 8. Cedric Jackson
Mar 20, 2009 #14 Stephen F. Austin (L) #3 Syracuse (W) 44-59 AmericanAirlines Arena PTS: 16. Jonny Flynn
REB: 16. Paul Harris
AST: 7. Jonny Flynn
PTS: 12. Benson Akpan
REB: 10. Benson Akpan
AST: 3. Eric Bell
Mar 20, 2009 #9 Siena (W) #8 Ohio State (L) 74-72 University of Dayton Arena PTS: 25. Evan Turner
REB: 9. Evan Turner
AST: 8. Evan Turner
PTS: 20. Edwin Ubiles
REB: 15. Ryan Rossiter
AST: 6. Ronald Moore
Mar 20, 2009 #13 Portland State (L) #4 Xavier (W) 59-77 Taco Bell Arena PTS: 14. C.J. Anderson
REB: 8. Jason Love
AST: 3. Dante' Jackson
PTS: 16. Jamie Jones
REB: 5. Jamie Jones
AST: 4. Dominic Waters
Mar 20, 2009 #10 USC (W) #7 Boston College (L) 72-55 Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome PTS: 15. Corey Raji
REB: 7. Joe Trapani
AST: 4. Reggie Jackson
PTS: 24. Taj Gibson
REB: 9. DeMar DeRozan
AST: 6. Daniel Hackett
Mar 20, 2009 #9 Tennessee (L) #8 Oklahoma State (W) 75-77 University of Dayton Arena PTS: 20. Byron Eaton
REB: 11. Marshall Moses
AST: 7. Byron Eaton
PTS: 21. Tyler Smith
REB: 6. Wayne Chism
AST: 5. Bobby Maze
Mar 20, 2009 #11 Dayton (W) #6 West Virginia (L) 68-60 Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome PTS: 21. Darryl Bryant
REB: 12. Devin Ebanks
AST: 3. Devin Ebanks
PTS: 27. Chris Wright
REB: 10. Chris Wright
AST: 9. London Warren
Mar 20, 2009 #11 Utah State (L) #6 Marquette (W) 57-58 Taco Bell Arena PTS: 26. Lazar Hayward
REB: 8. Lazar Hayward
AST: 2. Jerel McNeal
PTS: 18. Jared Quayle
REB: 8. Jared Quayle
AST: 4. Jared Quayle
Mar 21, 2009 #12 Western Kentucky (L) #4 Gonzaga (W) 81-83 Moda Center PTS: 20. Matt Bouldin
REB: 8. Matt Bouldin
AST: 6. Matt Bouldin
PTS: 25. Orlando Mendez-Valdez
REB: 7. Steffphon Pettigrew
AST: 7. Orlando Mendez-Valdez
Mar 21, 2009 #6 UCLA (L) #3 Villanova (W) 69-89 Wells Fargo Center PTS: 18. Dante Cunningham
REB: 11. Dwayne Anderson
AST: 7. Reggie Redding
PTS: 18. Josh Shipp
REB: 8. Alfred Aboya
AST: 7. Jrue Holiday
Mar 21, 2009 #9 Texas A&M (L) #1 Connecticut (W) 66-92 Wells Fargo Center PTS: 27. A.J. Price
REB: 8. Jeff Adrien
AST: 8. A.J. Price
PTS: 12. Bryan Davis
REB: 9. Bryan Davis
AST: 5. Donald Sloan
Mar 21, 2009 #8 LSU (L) #1 North Carolina (W) 70-84 Greensboro Coliseum PTS: 23. Ty Lawson
REB: 8. Tyler Hansbrough
AST: 6. Ty Lawson
PTS: 25. Marcus Thornton
REB: 7. Garrett Temple
AST: 4. Tasmin Mitchell
Mar 21, 2009 #10 Maryland (L) #2 Memphis (W) 70-89 Sprint Center PTS: 19. Tyreke Evans
REB: 11. Shawn Taggart
AST: 11. Antonio Anderson
PTS: 18. Greivis Vasquez
REB: 4. Dave Neal
AST: 5. Greivis Vasquez
Mar 21, 2009 #7 Texas (L) #2 Duke (W) 69-74 Greensboro Coliseum PTS: 24. Gerald Henderson
REB: 7. Kyle Singler
AST: 3. Nolan Smith
PTS: 17. A.J. Abrams
REB: 10. Damion James
AST: 2. A.J. Abrams
Mar 21, 2009 #5 Purdue (W) #4 Washington (L) 76-74 Moda Center PTS: 24. Isaiah Thomas
REB: 18. Jon Brockman
AST: 3. Jon Brockman
PTS: 22. JaJuan Johnson
REB: 12. Keaton Grant
AST: 6. Nemanja Calasan
Mar 21, 2009 #10 Michigan (L) #2 Oklahoma (W) 63-73 Sprint Center PTS: 33. Blake Griffin
REB: 17. Blake Griffin
AST: 6. Tony Crocker
PTS: 14. Anthony Wright
REB: 6. DeShawn Sims
AST: 3. Manny Harris
Mar 22, 2009 #12 Wisconsin (L) #4 Xavier (W) 49-60 Taco Bell Arena PTS: 15. B.J. Raymond
REB: 8. C.J. Anderson
AST: 3. Dante' Jackson
PTS: 18. Marcus Landry
REB: 10. Marcus Landry
AST: 2. Jordan Taylor
Mar 22, 2009 #11 Dayton (L) #3 Kansas (W) 43-60 Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome PTS: 25. Sherron Collins
REB: 20. Cole Aldrich
AST: 3. Tyshawn Taylor
PTS: 10. Mickey Perry
REB: 9. Charles Little
AST: 2. Charles Little
Mar 22, 2009 #6 Marquette (L) #3 Missouri (W) 79-83 Taco Bell Arena PTS: 18. Leo Lyons
REB: 8. DeMarre Carroll
AST: 3. DeMarre Carroll
PTS: 30. Jerel McNeal
REB: 11. Lazar Hayward
AST: 4. Jerel McNeal
Mar 22, 2009 #9 Siena (L) #1 Louisville (W) 72-79 University of Dayton Arena PTS: 24. Terrence Williams
REB: 15. Terrence Williams
AST: 4. Terrence Williams
PTS: 24. Edwin Ubiles
REB: 8. Edwin Ubiles
AST: 10. Ronald Moore
Mar 22, 2009 #6 Arizona State (L) #3 Syracuse (W) 67-78 AmericanAirlines Arena PTS: 21. Eric Devendorf
REB: 8. Rick Jackson
AST: 7. Jonny Flynn
PTS: 20. Rihards Kuksiks
REB: 6. James Harden
AST: 5. James Harden
Mar 22, 2009 #8 Oklahoma State (L) #1 Pittsburgh (W) 76-84 University of Dayton Arena PTS: 32. Sam Young
REB: 12. DeJuan Blair
AST: 9. Levance Fields
PTS: 19. Obi Muonelo
REB: 7. Marshall Moses
AST: 10. Byron Eaton
Mar 22, 2009 #10 USC (L) #2 Michigan State (W) 69-74 Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome PTS: 18. Travis Walton
REB: 10. Goran Suton
AST: 7. Kalin Lucas
PTS: 19. Dwight Lewis
REB: 7. Leonard Washington
AST: 5. Daniel Hackett
Mar 22, 2009 #13 Cleveland State (L) #12 Arizona (W) 57-71 AmericanAirlines Arena PTS: 21. Nic Wise
REB: 9. Jordan Hill
AST: 8. Nic Wise
PTS: 17. Norris Cole
REB: 10. J'Nathan Bullock
AST: 2. Norris Cole
Mar 26, 2009 #5 Purdue (L) #1 Connecticut (W) 60-72 University of Phoenix Stadium PTS: 17. Craig Austrie
REB: 15. Hasheem Thabeet
AST: 7. A.J. Price
PTS: 17. Robbie Hummel
REB: 7. JaJuan Johnson
AST: 3. JaJuan Johnson
Mar 26, 2009 #4 Xavier (L) #1 Pittsburgh (W) 55-60 TD Garden PTS: 19. Sam Young
REB: 17. DeJuan Blair
AST: 6. Levance Fields
PTS: 15. B.J. Raymond
REB: 9. Derrick Brown
AST: 3. C.J. Anderson
Mar 26, 2009 #3 Missouri (W) #2 Memphis (L) 102-91 University of Phoenix Stadium PTS: 33. Tyreke Evans
REB: 16. Robert Dozier
AST: 5. Antonio Anderson
PTS: 23. J.T. Tiller
REB: 12. Leo Lyons
AST: 6. DeMarre Carroll
Mar 26, 2009 #3 Villanova (W) #2 Duke (L) 77-54 TD Garden PTS: 15. Kyle Singler
REB: 9. Gerald Henderson
AST: 2. Jon Scheyer
PTS: 16. Scottie Reynolds
REB: 11. Dante Cunningham
AST: 4. Reggie Redding
Mar 27, 2009 #12 Arizona (L) #1 Louisville (W) 64-103 Lucas Oil Stadium PTS: 19. Earl Clark
REB: 9. Earl Clark
AST: 6. Terrence Williams
PTS: 22. Chase Budinger
REB: 11. Jordan Hill
AST: 4. Nic Wise
Mar 27, 2009 #4 Gonzaga (L) #1 North Carolina (W) 77-98 FedExForum PTS: 24. Tyler Hansbrough
REB: 10. Tyler Hansbrough
AST: 9. Ty Lawson
PTS: 16. Jeremy Pargo
REB: 11. Austin Daye
AST: 3. Steven Gray
Mar 27, 2009 #3 Kansas (L) #2 Michigan State (W) 62-67 Lucas Oil Stadium PTS: 20. Goran Suton
REB: 9. Goran Suton
AST: 7. Kalin Lucas
PTS: 20. Sherron Collins
REB: 14. Cole Aldrich
AST: 4. Cole Aldrich
Mar 27, 2009 #3 Syracuse (L) #2 Oklahoma (W) 71-84 FedExForum PTS: 30. Blake Griffin
REB: 14. Blake Griffin
AST: 6. Austin Johnson
PTS: 22. Jonny Flynn
REB: 6. Paul Harris
AST: 6. Jonny Flynn
Mar 28, 2009 #3 Missouri (L) #1 Connecticut (W) 75-82 University of Phoenix Stadium PTS: 23. Kemba Walker
REB: 13. Hasheem Thabeet
AST: 5. Kemba Walker
PTS: 13. Matt Lawrence
REB: 5. J.T. Tiller
AST: 5. J.T. Tiller
Mar 28, 2009 #3 Villanova (W) #1 Pittsburgh (L) 78-76 TD Garden PTS: 28. Sam Young
REB: 10. DeJuan Blair
AST: 6. Levance Fields
PTS: 17. Dwayne Anderson
REB: 6. Dwayne Anderson
AST: 4. Reggie Redding
Mar 29, 2009 #2 Oklahoma (L) #1 North Carolina (W) 60-72 FedExForum PTS: 19. Ty Lawson
REB: 6. Tyler Hansbrough
AST: 5. Ty Lawson
PTS: 23. Blake Griffin
REB: 16. Blake Griffin
AST: 3. Willie Warren
Mar 29, 2009 #2 Michigan State (W) #1 Louisville (L) 64-52 Lucas Oil Stadium PTS: 19. Earl Clark
REB: 7. Samardo Samuels
AST: 4. Terrence Williams
PTS: 19. Goran Suton
REB: 10. Goran Suton
AST: 5. Kalin Lucas
Apr 4, 2009 #3 Villanova (L) #1 North Carolina (W) 69-83 Ford Field PTS: 22. Ty Lawson
REB: 11. Tyler Hansbrough
AST: 8. Ty Lawson
PTS: 17. Scottie Reynolds
REB: 12. Dante Cunningham
AST: 5. Scottie Reynolds
Apr 4, 2009 #2 Michigan State (W) #1 Connecticut (L) 82-73 Ford Field PTS: 17. Hasheem Thabeet
REB: 13. Stanley Robinson
AST: 2. Craig Austrie
PTS: 21. Kalin Lucas
REB: 9. Raymar Morgan
AST: 8. Travis Walton
Apr 6, 2009 #2 Michigan State (L) #1 North Carolina (W) 72-89 Ford Field PTS: 21. Ty Lawson
REB: 8. Ed Davis
AST: 6. Ty Lawson
PTS: 17. Goran Suton
REB: 11. Goran Suton
AST: 7. Kalin Lucas