NCAA Tournament Brackets

2009-2010 NCAA Tournament Information

Tournament Dates:Mar 16 - Apr 5, 2010
Champions:#S1 Duke
Runner-Up:#W5 Butler
MVP/MOP:Kyle Singler (Duke, Jr.)
All-Tournament Team:Kyle Singler (Duke, Jr.), Nolan Smith (Duke, Jr.), Jon Scheyer (Duke, Sr.), Shelvin Mack (Butler, So.), Gordon Hayward (Butler, So.)
Final Four Teams:Duke, Duke, Michigan State, Michigan State
#1 Seeds:Kentucky, Kansas, Syracuse, Duke
Championship Venue:Lucas Oil Stadium (Indianapolis, IN)
Attendance:N/A
Officials:Patrick Adams, Jeff Anderson, Roger Ayers, James Barker, Chris Beaver, Bruce Bell, Bo Boroski, James Breeding, Kevin Brill, Jim Burr, James Burr, John Cahill, JB Caldwell, D.J. Carstensen, Dick Cartmell, Sean Casady, Jeff Clark, Tim Clougherty, Ed Corbett, Rick Crawford, Kevin Cutler, Don Daily, Bob Donato, Brian Dorsey, Pat Driscoll, Mike Eades, Tom Eades, Duke Edsall, Mike Eggers, Donnie Eppley, Pat Evans, John Gaffney, Darryl Gladden, Tony Greene, Mike Greenstein, David Hall, John Hampton, Verne Harris, Karl Hess, John Higgings, John Higgins, Ed Hightower, John Hughes, Sean Hull, David Hull, Michael Irving, Paul Janssen, Anthony Johnson, Leslie Jones, Anthony Jordan, Tim Kelly, Bryan Kersey, Kipp Kissinger, Michael Kitts, Shawn Lehigh, Joe Lindsay, Mike Littlewood, Jamie Luckie, Hal Lusk, Gary Maxwell, Glenn Mayborg, Randy McCall, Bill McCarthy, Bobby McRoy, Terry Moore, Mike Nance, Ray Natili, Gregory Nixon, Tom O'Neill, Terry Oglesby, Tony Padilla, Ray Perrone, Antinio Petty, Gerry Pollard, Gary Prager, Rick Randall, Chris Rastatter, Michael Reed, Rick Ridenhour, Wally Rutecki, Mike Sanzere, Mike Scyphers, Kelly Self, Curtis Shaw, Doug Shows, Lamar Simpson, Lamont Simpson, Doug Sirmons, Bret Smith, Larry Spalding, Michael Stephens, Mike Stuart, Ramie Styons, Everett Summers, Scott Thornley, Ted Valentine, Earl Walton, Mark Whitehead, Mike Wood, Terry Wymer

2009-2010 NCAA Tournament Leaders

Total Points:Kyle Singler (Duke, Jr.) (108)
Total Rebounds:Brian Zoubek (Duke, Sr.) (60)
Total Assists:John Wall (Kentucky, Fr.) (31)
Total Steals:Ronald Nored (Butler, So.) (16)
Total Blocks:Curtis Kelly (Kansas State, Jr.) (13)
Total Minutes:Nolan Smith (Duke, Jr.) (227)
Total FIC:Kyle Singler (Duke, Jr.) (79.0)
Total Fouls:Brian Zoubek (Duke, Sr.) (25)
Total Turnovers:Evan Turner (Ohio State, Jr.) (19)
Total FGs:Nolan Smith (Duke, Jr.) (40)
Total 3PM:Durrell Summers (Michigan State, Jr.) (17), Jacob Pullen (Kansas State, Jr.) (17), Shelvin Mack (Butler, So.) (17)
Total FTs:Gordon Hayward (Butler, So.) (37)

2009-2010 NCAA Tournament Bracket

Play In Game
S16 Arkansas-Pine Bluff 61
S16 Winthrop 44

Midwest Regional (St. Louis)
First Round
M1 Kansas 90
M16 Lehigh 74
 
 
 
 
M8 UNLV 66
M9 Northern Iowa 69
 
M5 Michigan State 70
M12 New Mexico State 67
 
 
 
 
M4 Maryland 89
M13 Houston 77
 
M6 Tennessee 62
M11 San Diego State 59
 
 
 
 
M3 Georgetown 83
M14 Ohio 97
 
M7 Oklahoma State 59
M10 Georgia Tech 64
 
 
 
 
M2 Ohio State 68
M15 UC Santa Barbara 51
 
Second Round
 
M1 Kansas 67
M9 Northern Iowa 69
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
M4 Maryland 83
M5 Michigan State 85
M6 Tennessee 83
M14 Ohio 68
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
M2 Ohio State 75
M10 Georgia Tech 66
Sweet Sixteen
 
 
 
M5 Michigan State 59
M9 Northern Iowa 52
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
M2 Ohio State 73
M6 Tennessee 76
Elite Eight
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
M5 Michigan State 70
M6 Tennessee 69
West Regional (Salt Lake City)
First Round
W1 Syracuse 79
W16 Vermont 56
 
 
 
 
W8 Gonzaga 67
W9 Florida State 60
 
W5 Butler 77
W12 UTEP 59
 
 
 
 
W4 Vanderbilt 65
W13 Murray State 66
 
W6 Xavier 65
W11 Minnesota 54
 
 
 
 
W3 Pittsburgh 89
W14 Oakland 66
 
W7 Brigham Young 99
W10 Florida 92
 
 
 
 
W2 Kansas State 82
W15 North Texas 62
 
Second Round
 
W1 Syracuse 87
W8 Gonzaga 65
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
W5 Butler 54
W13 Murray State 52
W3 Pittsburgh 68
W6 Xavier 71
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
W2 Kansas State 84
W7 Brigham Young 72
Sweet Sixteen
 
 
 
W1 Syracuse 59
W5 Butler 63
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
W2 Kansas State 101
W6 Xavier 96
Elite Eight
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
W2 Kansas State 56
W5 Butler 63
East Regional (Syracuse)
First Round
E1 Kentucky 100
E16 East Tennessee State 71
 
 
 
 
E8 Texas 80
E9 Wake Forest 81
 
E5 Temple 65
E12 Cornell 78
 
 
 
 
E4 Wisconsin 53
E13 Wofford 49
 
E6 Marquette 78
E11 Washington 80
 
 
 
 
E3 New Mexico 62
E14 Montana 57
 
E7 Clemson 78
E10 Missouri 86
 
 
 
 
E2 West Virginia 77
E15 Morgan State 50
 
Second Round
 
E1 Kentucky 90
E9 Wake Forest 60
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
E4 Wisconsin 69
E12 Cornell 87
E3 New Mexico 64
E11 Washington 82
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
E2 West Virginia 68
E10 Missouri 59
Sweet Sixteen
 
 
 
E1 Kentucky 62
E12 Cornell 45
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
E2 West Virginia 69
E11 Washington 56
Elite Eight
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
E1 Kentucky 66
E2 West Virginia 73
South Regional (Houston)
First Round
S1 Duke 73
S16 Arkansas-Pine Bluff 44
 
 
 
 
S8 California 77
S9 Louisville 62
 
S5 Texas A&M 69
S12 Utah State 53
 
 
 
 
S4 Purdue 72
S13 Siena 64
 
S6 Notre Dame 50
S11 Old Dominion 51
 
 
 
 
S3 Baylor 68
S14 Sam Houston State 59
 
S7 Richmond 71
S10 Saint Mary's 80
 
 
 
 
S2 Villanova 73
S15 Robert Morris 70
 
Second Round
 
S1 Duke 68
S8 California 53
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
S4 Purdue 63
S5 Texas A&M 61
S3 Baylor 76
S11 Old Dominion 68
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
S2 Villanova 68
S10 Saint Mary's 75
Sweet Sixteen
 
 
 
S1 Duke 70
S4 Purdue 57
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
S3 Baylor 72
S10 Saint Mary's 49
Elite Eight
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
S1 Duke 78
S3 Baylor 71
Final Four (Indianapolis)
Final Four
M5 Michigan State 50
W5 Butler 52
 
 
 
 
 
 
S1 Duke 78
E2 West Virginia 57
Championship Game
 
 
S1 Duke 61
W5 Butler 59

2009-2010 NCAA Tournament Participants

Seed Region School Ovr. Wins Ovr. Losses Ovr. Win % Conf. Wins Conf. Losses Conf. Win % Berth Type
E1 East Regional (Syracuse) Kentucky 35  92.11% 14  87.50% Tournament Winner
M1 Midwest Regional (St. Louis) Kansas 33  91.67% 15  93.75% Tournament Winner
S1 South Regional (Houston) Duke 34  87.18% 13  81.25% Tournament Winner
W1 West Regional (Salt Lake City) Syracuse 30  85.71% 15  83.33% At-Large
E2 East Regional (Syracuse) West Virginia 31  81.58% 13  72.22% Tournament Winner
M2 Midwest Regional (St. Louis) Ohio State 29  78.38% 14  77.78% Tournament Winner
S2 South Regional (Houston) Villanova 25  75.76% 13  72.22% At-Large
W2 West Regional (Salt Lake City) Kansas State 29  78.38% 11  68.75% At-Large
E3 East Regional (Syracuse) New Mexico 30  85.71% 14  87.50% At-Large
M3 Midwest Regional (St. Louis) Georgetown 23  11  67.65% 10  55.56% At-Large
S3 South Regional (Houston) Baylor 28  77.78% 11  68.75% At-Large
W3 West Regional (Salt Lake City) Pittsburgh 25  73.53% 13  72.22% At-Large
E4 East Regional (Syracuse) Wisconsin 24  72.73% 13  72.22% At-Large
M4 Midwest Regional (St. Louis) Maryland 24  72.73% 13  81.25% At-Large
S4 South Regional (Houston) Purdue 29  82.86% 14  77.78% At-Large
W4 West Regional (Salt Lake City) Vanderbilt 24  72.73% 12  75.00% At-Large
E5 East Regional (Syracuse) Temple 29  82.86% 14  87.50% Tournament Winner
M5 Midwest Regional (St. Louis) Michigan State 28  75.68% 14  77.78% At-Large
S5 South Regional (Houston) Texas A&M 24  10  70.59% 11  68.75% At-Large
W5 West Regional (Salt Lake City) Butler 33  89.19% 18  100.00% Tournament Winner
E6 East Regional (Syracuse) Marquette 22  12  64.71% 11  61.11% At-Large
M6 Midwest Regional (St. Louis) Tennessee 28  75.68% 11  68.75% At-Large
S6 South Regional (Houston) Notre Dame 23  12  65.71% 10  55.56% At-Large
W6 West Regional (Salt Lake City) Xavier 26  74.29% 14  87.50% At-Large
E7 East Regional (Syracuse) Clemson 21  11  65.63% 56.25% At-Large
M7 Midwest Regional (St. Louis) Oklahoma State 22  11  66.67% 56.25% At-Large
S7 South Regional (Houston) Richmond 26  74.29% 13  81.25% At-Large
W7 West Regional (Salt Lake City) Brigham Young 30  83.33% 13  81.25% At-Large
E8 East Regional (Syracuse) Texas 24  10  70.59% 56.25% At-Large
M8 Midwest Regional (St. Louis) UNLV 25  73.53% 11  68.75% At-Large
S8 South Regional (Houston) California 24  11  68.57% 13  72.22% At-Large
W8 West Regional (Salt Lake City) Gonzaga 27  79.41% 12  85.71% At-Large
E9 East Regional (Syracuse) Wake Forest 20  11  64.52% 56.25% At-Large
M9 Midwest Regional (St. Louis) Northern Iowa 30  85.71% 15  83.33% Tournament Winner
S9 South Regional (Houston) Louisville 20  13  60.61% 11  61.11% At-Large
W9 West Regional (Salt Lake City) Florida State 22  10  68.75% 10  62.50% At-Large
E10 East Regional (Syracuse) Missouri 23  11  67.65% 10  62.50% At-Large
M10 Midwest Regional (St. Louis) Georgia Tech 23  13  63.89% 43.75% At-Large
S10 South Regional (Houston) Saint Mary's 28  82.35% 11  78.57% Tournament Winner
W10 West Regional (Salt Lake City) Florida 21  13  61.76% 56.25% At-Large
E11 East Regional (Syracuse) Washington 26  10  72.22% 11  61.11% Tournament Winner
M11 Midwest Regional (St. Louis) San Diego State 25  73.53% 11  68.75% Tournament Winner
S11 South Regional (Houston) Old Dominion 27  75.00% 15  83.33% Tournament Winner
W11 West Regional (Salt Lake City) Minnesota 21  14  60.00% 50.00% At-Large
E12 East Regional (Syracuse) Cornell 29  85.29% 13  92.86% Regular Season Champion
M12 Midwest Regional (St. Louis) New Mexico State 22  12  64.71% 11  68.75% Tournament Winner
S12 South Regional (Houston) Utah State 27  77.14% 14  87.50% At-Large
W12 West Regional (Salt Lake City) UTEP 26  78.79% 15  93.75% At-Large
E13 East Regional (Syracuse) Wofford 26  74.29% 15  83.33% Tournament Winner
M13 Midwest Regional (St. Louis) Houston 19  16  54.29% 43.75% Tournament Winner
S13 South Regional (Houston) Siena 27  79.41% 17  94.44% Tournament Winner
W13 West Regional (Salt Lake City) Murray State 31  86.11% 17  94.44% Tournament Winner
E14 East Regional (Syracuse) Montana 22  10  68.75% 10  62.50% Tournament Winner
M14 Midwest Regional (St. Louis) Ohio 22  15  59.46% 43.75% Tournament Winner
S14 South Regional (Houston) Sam Houston State 25  75.76% 14  87.50% Tournament Winner
W14 West Regional (Salt Lake City) Oakland 26  74.29% 17  94.44% Tournament Winner
E15 East Regional (Syracuse) Morgan State 27  10  72.97% 15  93.75% Tournament Winner
M15 Midwest Regional (St. Louis) UC Santa Barbara 20  10  66.67% 12  75.00% Tournament Winner
S15 South Regional (Houston) Robert Morris 23  12  65.71% 15  83.33% Tournament Winner
W15 West Regional (Salt Lake City) North Texas 24  72.73% 13  72.22% Tournament Winner
E16 East Regional (Syracuse) East Tennessee State 20  15  57.14% 13  65.00% Tournament Winner
M16 Midwest Regional (St. Louis) Lehigh 22  11  66.67% 10  71.43% Tournament Winner
S16 South Regional (Houston) Winthrop 19  14  57.58% 12  66.67% Tournament Winner
S16 South Regional (Houston) Arkansas-Pine Bluff 18  16  52.94% 14  77.78% Tournament Winner
W16 West Regional (Salt Lake City) Vermont 25  10  71.43% 12  75.00% Tournament Winner

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

2009-2010 NCAA Tournament Schedule

Date Away Team Home Team Result Venue Home Leaders Away Leaders
Mar 16, 2010 #16 Winthrop (L) #16 Arkansas-Pine Bluff (W) 44-61 University of Dayton Arena PTS: 14. Allen Smith
REB: 13. Tavaris Washington
AST: 5. Tavaris Washington
PTS: 13. Charles Corbin
REB: 8. Mantoris Robinson
AST: 2. Andre Jones
Mar 18, 2010 #14 Ohio (W) #3 Georgetown (L) 97-83 Dunkin Donuts Center PTS: 28. Chris Wright
REB: 13. Greg Monroe
AST: 6. Greg Monroe
PTS: 32. Armon Bassett
REB: 10. DeVaughn Washington
AST: 8. D.J. Cooper
Mar 18, 2010 #15 Robert Morris (L) #2 Villanova (W) 70-73 Dunkin Donuts Center PTS: 20. Scottie Reynolds
REB: 8. Mouphtaou Yarou
AST: 2. Mouphtaou Yarou
PTS: 23. Karon Abraham
REB: 7. Dallas Green
AST: 2. Mezie Nwigwe
Mar 18, 2010 #16 East Tennessee State (L) #1 Kentucky (W) 71-100 Smoothie King Center PTS: 29. Eric Bledsoe
REB: 8. DeMarcus Cousins
AST: 11. John Wall
PTS: 19. Micah Williams
REB: 6. Isiah Brown
AST: 5. Jocolby Davis
Mar 18, 2010 #14 Montana (L) #3 New Mexico (W) 57-62 SAP Center at San Jose PTS: 19. Roman Martinez
REB: 11. Darington Hobson
AST: 6. Darington Hobson
PTS: 26. Brian Qvale
REB: 13. Brian Qvale
AST: 4. Derek Selvig
Mar 18, 2010 #13 Murray State (W) #4 Vanderbilt (L) 66-65 SAP Center at San Jose PTS: 13. John Jenkins
REB: 6. A.J. Ogilvy
AST: 6. Andre Walker
PTS: 17. Isacc Miles
REB: 6. Isacc Miles
AST: 5. B.J. Jenkins
Mar 18, 2010 #14 Sam Houston State (L) #3 Baylor (W) 59-68 Smoothie King Center PTS: 20. Ekpe Udoh
REB: 13. Ekpe Udoh
AST: 5. Ekpe Udoh
PTS: 23. Gilberto Clavell
REB: 12. Josten Crow
AST: 8. Corey Allmond
Mar 18, 2010 #9 Northern Iowa (W) #8 UNLV (L) 69-66 Chesapeake Energy Arena PTS: 14. Matt Shaw
REB: 6. Chace Stanback
AST: 5. Oscar Bellfield
PTS: 17. Ali Farokhmanesh
REB: 10. Jordan Eglseder
AST: 4. Kwadzo Ahelegbe
Mar 18, 2010 #10 Florida (L) #7 Brigham Young (W) 92-99 Chesapeake Energy Arena PTS: 37. Jimmer Fredette
REB: 7. Jackson Emery
AST: 3. Jimmer Fredette
PTS: 26. Kenny Boynton
REB: 10. Chandler Parsons
AST: 6. Chandler Parsons
Mar 18, 2010 #9 Wake Forest (W) #8 Texas (L) 81-80 Smoothie King Center PTS: 20. J'Covan Brown
REB: 8. Dexter Pittman
AST: 3. Justin Mason
PTS: 20. Al-Farouq Aminu
REB: 15. Al-Farouq Aminu
AST: 7. Ish Smith
Mar 18, 2010 #11 San Diego State (L) #6 Tennessee (W) 59-62 Dunkin Donuts Center PTS: 15. J.P. Prince
REB: 8. Brian Williams
AST: 3. Scotty Hopson
PTS: 16. D.J. Gay
REB: 10. Kawhi Leonard
AST: 4. Malcolm Thomas
Mar 18, 2010 #10 Saint Mary's (W) #7 Richmond (L) 80-71 Dunkin Donuts Center PTS: 18. David Gonzalvez
REB: 5. David Gonzalvez
AST: 4. Kevin Anderson
PTS: 29. Omar Samhan
REB: 12. Omar Samhan
AST: 4. Mickey McConnell
Mar 18, 2010 #11 Washington (W) #6 Marquette (L) 80-78 SAP Center at San Jose PTS: 20. Lazar Hayward
REB: 8. David Cubillan
AST: 5. Darius Johnson-Odom
PTS: 19. Isaiah Thomas
REB: 11. Quincy Pondexter
AST: 8. Isaiah Thomas
Mar 18, 2010 #12 UTEP (L) #5 Butler (W) 59-77 SAP Center at San Jose PTS: 25. Shelvin Mack
REB: 9. Willie Veasley
AST: 4. Shelvin Mack
PTS: 20. Derrick Caracter
REB: 9. Derrick Caracter
AST: 7. Julyan Stone
Mar 18, 2010 #11 Old Dominion (W) #6 Notre Dame (L) 51-50 Smoothie King Center PTS: 17. Ben Hansbrough
REB: 10. Carleton Scott
AST: 4. Tory Jackson
PTS: 15. Frank Hassell
REB: 9. Frank Hassell
AST: 3. Darius James
Mar 18, 2010 #15 North Texas (L) #2 Kansas State (W) 62-82 Chesapeake Energy Arena PTS: 17. Denis Clemente
REB: 8. Dominique Sutton
AST: 6. Denis Clemente
PTS: 28. Tristan Thompson
REB: 10. George Odufuwa
AST: 4. Josh White
Mar 18, 2010 #16 Lehigh (L) #1 Kansas (W) 74-90 Chesapeake Energy Arena PTS: 26. Marcus Morris
REB: 10. Marcus Morris
AST: 6. Sherron Collins
PTS: 26. C.J. McCollum
REB: 7. C.J. McCollum
AST: 5. Marquis Hall
Mar 19, 2010 #15 Morgan State (L) #2 West Virginia (W) 50-77 KeyBank Center PTS: 17. Kevin Jones
REB: 13. Devin Ebanks
AST: 6. Joe Mazzulla
PTS: 12. Reggie Holmes
REB: 8. Kevin Thompson
AST: 1. Danny Smith
Mar 19, 2010 #16 Vermont (L) #1 Syracuse (W) 56-79 KeyBank Center PTS: 18. Wesley Johnson
REB: 8. Kris Joseph
AST: 6. Kris Joseph
PTS: 17. Marqus Blakely
REB: 9. Marqus Blakely
AST: 6. Nick Vier
Mar 19, 2010 #12 Utah State (L) #5 Texas A&M (W) 53-69 Spokane Veterans Memorial Arena PTS: 19. Khris Middleton
REB: 9. Bryan Davis
AST: 5. Dash Harris
PTS: 14. Tai Wesley
REB: 6. Tai Wesley
AST: 3. Tai Wesley
Mar 19, 2010 #14 Oakland (L) #3 Pittsburgh (W) 66-89 BMO Harris Bradley Center PTS: 17. Gilbert Brown
REB: 6. Nasir Robinson
AST: 6. Brad Wanamaker
PTS: 28. Keith Benson
REB: 9. Keith Benson
AST: 5. Johnathon Jones
Mar 19, 2010 #13 Houston (L) #4 Maryland (W) 77-89 Spokane Veterans Memorial Arena PTS: 21. Jordan Williams
REB: 17. Jordan Williams
AST: 6. Greivis Vasquez
PTS: 26. Aubrey Coleman
REB: 8. Aubrey Coleman
AST: 2. Aubrey Coleman
Mar 19, 2010 #16 Arkansas-Pine Bluff (L) #1 Duke (W) 44-73 VyStar Veterans Memorial Arena PTS: 22. Kyle Singler
REB: 10. Kyle Singler
AST: 5. Nolan Smith
PTS: 9. Tavaris Washington
REB: 5. George Davis
AST: 2. Tavaris Washington
Mar 19, 2010 #13 Wofford (L) #4 Wisconsin (W) 49-53 VyStar Veterans Memorial Arena PTS: 20. Jon Leuer
REB: 8. Jon Leuer
AST: 1. Jon Leuer
PTS: 13. Jamar Diggs
REB: 9. Tim Johnson
AST: 2. Jamar Diggs
Mar 19, 2010 #10 Georgia Tech (W) #7 Oklahoma State (L) 64-59 BMO Harris Bradley Center PTS: 14. Marshall Moses
REB: 5. Matt Pilgrim
AST: 4. Keiton Page
PTS: 14. Gani Lawal
REB: 9. Derrick Favors
AST: 4. Iman Shumpert
Mar 19, 2010 #9 Florida State (L) #8 Gonzaga (W) 60-67 KeyBank Center PTS: 17. Matt Bouldin
REB: 9. Robert Sacre
AST: 3. Matt Bouldin
PTS: 14. Deividas Dulkys
REB: 6. Solomon Alabi
AST: 5. Derwin Kitchen
Mar 19, 2010 #13 Siena (L) #4 Purdue (W) 64-72 Spokane Veterans Memorial Arena PTS: 23. JaJuan Johnson
REB: 15. JaJuan Johnson
AST: 9. Lewis Jackson
PTS: 18. Edwin Ubiles
REB: 13. Ryan Rossiter
AST: 5. Ronald Moore
Mar 19, 2010 #10 Missouri (W) #7 Clemson (L) 86-78 KeyBank Center PTS: 21. Demontez Stitt
REB: 11. Trevor Booker
AST: 5. Trevor Booker
PTS: 20. Keith Ramsey
REB: 8. Keith Ramsey
AST: 5. J.T. Tiller
Mar 19, 2010 #9 Louisville (L) #8 California (W) 62-77 VyStar Veterans Memorial Arena PTS: 21. Theo Robertson
REB: 8. Patrick Christopher
AST: 5. Jamal Boykin
PTS: 20. Rakeem Buckles
REB: 9. Rakeem Buckles
AST: 5. Edgar Sosa
Mar 19, 2010 #11 Minnesota (L) #6 Xavier (W) 54-65 BMO Harris Bradley Center PTS: 28. Jordan Crawford
REB: 14. Jamel McLean
AST: 5. Jordan Crawford
PTS: 19. Lawrence Westbrook
REB: 9. Paul Carter
AST: 4. Damian Johnson
Mar 19, 2010 #12 New Mexico State (L) #5 Michigan State (W) 67-70 Spokane Veterans Memorial Arena PTS: 25. Kalin Lucas
REB: 12. Draymond Green
AST: 5. Chris Allen
PTS: 17. Troy Gillenwater
REB: 11. Troy Gillenwater
AST: 3. Jahmar Young
Mar 19, 2010 #15 UC Santa Barbara (L) #2 Ohio State (W) 51-68 BMO Harris Bradley Center PTS: 23. Jon Diebler
REB: 12. Dallas Lauderdale
AST: 6. David Lighty
PTS: 20. Orlando Johnson
REB: 6. Greg Somogyi
AST: 5. Will Brew
Mar 19, 2010 #12 Cornell (W) #5 Temple (L) 78-65 VyStar Veterans Memorial Arena PTS: 14. Juan Fernandez
REB: 6. Ramone Moore
AST: 4. Lavoy Allen
PTS: 21. Louis Dale
REB: 7. Jeff Foote
AST: 7. Louis Dale
Mar 20, 2010 #14 Ohio (L) #6 Tennessee (W) 68-83 Dunkin Donuts Center PTS: 18. J.P. Prince
REB: 12. Wayne Chism
AST: 9. Bobby Maze
PTS: 23. Tommy Freeman
REB: 8. DeVaughn Washington
AST: 6. Armon Bassett
Mar 20, 2010 #9 Northern Iowa (W) #1 Kansas (L) 69-67 Chesapeake Energy Arena PTS: 16. Marcus Morris
REB: 10. Cole Aldrich
AST: 4. Sherron Collins
PTS: 16. Ali Farokhmanesh
REB: 5. Adam Koch
AST: 5. Kwadzo Ahelegbe
Mar 20, 2010 #11 Washington (W) #3 New Mexico (L) 82-64 SAP Center at San Jose PTS: 25. Dairese Gary
REB: 9. Darington Hobson
AST: 4. Dairese Gary
PTS: 18. Quincy Pondexter
REB: 9. Matthew Bryan-Amaning
AST: 7. Isaiah Thomas
Mar 20, 2010 #11 Old Dominion (L) #3 Baylor (W) 68-76 Smoothie King Center PTS: 26. LaceDarius Dunn
REB: 8. Josh Lomers
AST: 8. Tweety Carter
PTS: 15. Frank Hassell
REB: 8. Frank Hassell
AST: 7. Kent Bazemore
Mar 20, 2010 #9 Wake Forest (L) #1 Kentucky (W) 60-90 Smoothie King Center PTS: 20. Darius Miller
REB: 9. Darius Miller
AST: 7. John Wall
PTS: 16. Al-Farouq Aminu
REB: 8. Al-Farouq Aminu
AST: 4. Ish Smith
Mar 20, 2010 #7 Brigham Young (L) #2 Kansas State (W) 72-84 Chesapeake Energy Arena PTS: 34. Jacob Pullen
REB: 8. Wally Judge
AST: 3. Curtis Kelly
PTS: 21. Jimmer Fredette
REB: 8. Noah Hartsrock
AST: 5. Jimmer Fredette
Mar 20, 2010 #13 Murray State (L) #5 Butler (W) 52-54 SAP Center at San Jose PTS: 15. Ronald Nored
REB: 7. Gordon Hayward
AST: 6. Ronald Nored
PTS: 14. Isaiah Canaan
REB: 11. Tony Easley
AST: 3. B.J. Jenkins
Mar 20, 2010 #10 Saint Mary's (W) #2 Villanova (L) 75-68 Dunkin Donuts Center PTS: 15. Corey Stokes
REB: 7. Dominic Cheek
AST: 3. Maalik Wayns
PTS: 32. Omar Samhan
REB: 8. Ben Allen
AST: 3. Mickey McConnell
Mar 21, 2010 #6 Xavier (W) #3 Pittsburgh (L) 71-68 BMO Harris Bradley Center PTS: 19. Ashton Gibbs
REB: 10. Brad Wanamaker
AST: 5. Brad Wanamaker
PTS: 27. Jordan Crawford
REB: 8. Jason Love
AST: 3. Tu Holloway
Mar 21, 2010 #8 Gonzaga (L) #1 Syracuse (W) 65-87 KeyBank Center PTS: 31. Wesley Johnson
REB: 14. Wesley Johnson
AST: 4. Andy Rautins
PTS: 24. Elias Harris
REB: 8. Robert Sacre
AST: 8. Steven Gray
Mar 21, 2010 #10 Georgia Tech (L) #2 Ohio State (W) 66-75 BMO Harris Bradley Center PTS: 24. Evan Turner
REB: 9. Evan Turner
AST: 9. Evan Turner
PTS: 11. Gani Lawal
REB: 8. Iman Shumpert
AST: 5. Iman Shumpert
Mar 21, 2010 #8 California (L) #1 Duke (W) 53-68 VyStar Veterans Memorial Arena PTS: 20. Nolan Smith
REB: 13. Brian Zoubek
AST: 3. Kyle Singler
PTS: 13. Jamal Boykin
REB: 11. Jamal Boykin
AST: 2. Theo Robertson
Mar 21, 2010 #5 Michigan State (W) #4 Maryland (L) 85-83 Spokane Veterans Memorial Arena PTS: 26. Greivis Vasquez
REB: 10. Jordan Williams
AST: 8. Greivis Vasquez
PTS: 26. Durrell Summers
REB: 9. Raymar Morgan
AST: 6. Kalin Lucas
Mar 21, 2010 #10 Missouri (L) #2 West Virginia (W) 59-68 KeyBank Center PTS: 28. Da'Sean Butler
REB: 9. Kevin Jones
AST: 3. Devin Ebanks
PTS: 15. Mike Dixon
REB: 9. Laurence Bowers
AST: 4. J.T. Tiller
Mar 21, 2010 #12 Cornell (W) #4 Wisconsin (L) 87-69 VyStar Veterans Memorial Arena PTS: 23. Jon Leuer
REB: 6. Ryan Evans
AST: 6. Jordan Taylor
PTS: 26. Louis Dale
REB: 7. Jeff Foote
AST: 4. Jeff Foote
Mar 21, 2010 #5 Texas A&M (L) #4 Purdue (W) 61-63 Spokane Veterans Memorial Arena PTS: 17. Chris Kramer
REB: 7. Chris Kramer
AST: 4. Lewis Jackson
PTS: 17. Bryan Davis
REB: 15. Bryan Davis
AST: 4. Dash Harris
Mar 25, 2010 #12 Cornell (L) #1 Kentucky (W) 45-62 Carrier Dome PTS: 16. DeMarcus Cousins
REB: 12. Patrick Patterson
AST: 8. John Wall
PTS: 17. Louis Dale
REB: 6. Jeff Foote
AST: 2. Louis Dale
Mar 25, 2010 #6 Xavier (L) #2 Kansas State (W) 96-101 Vivint Smart Home Arena PTS: 28. Jacob Pullen
REB: 8. Curtis Kelly
AST: 5. Denis Clemente
PTS: 32. Jordan Crawford
REB: 15. Jason Love
AST: 6. Tu Holloway
Mar 25, 2010 #11 Washington (L) #2 West Virginia (W) 56-69 Carrier Dome PTS: 18. Kevin Jones
REB: 8. Kevin Jones
AST: 5. Devin Ebanks
PTS: 14. Justin Holiday
REB: 8. Justin Holiday
AST: 4. Isaiah Thomas
Mar 25, 2010 #5 Butler (W) #1 Syracuse (L) 63-59 Vivint Smart Home Arena PTS: 17. Wesley Johnson
REB: 9. Wesley Johnson
AST: 5. Scoop Jardine
PTS: 17. Gordon Hayward
REB: 7. Matt Howard
AST: 5. Shelvin Mack
Mar 26, 2010 #4 Purdue (L) #1 Duke (W) 57-70 NRG Stadium PTS: 24. Kyle Singler
REB: 14. Brian Zoubek
AST: 4. Jon Scheyer
PTS: 23. JaJuan Johnson
REB: 5. JaJuan Johnson
AST: 4. Keaton Grant
Mar 26, 2010 #6 Tennessee (W) #2 Ohio State (L) 76-73 Edward Jones Dome PTS: 31. Evan Turner
REB: 7. Evan Turner
AST: 5. Evan Turner
PTS: 22. Wayne Chism
REB: 12. Brian Williams
AST: 6. J.P. Prince
Mar 26, 2010 #10 Saint Mary's (L) #3 Baylor (W) 49-72 NRG Stadium PTS: 23. LaceDarius Dunn
REB: 11. Ekpe Udoh
AST: 3. LaceDarius Dunn
PTS: 16. Ben Allen
REB: 9. Omar Samhan
AST: 7. Matt Dellavedova
Mar 26, 2010 #9 Northern Iowa (L) #5 Michigan State (W) 52-59 Edward Jones Dome PTS: 19. Durrell Summers
REB: 7. Durrell Summers
AST: 4. Korie Lucious
PTS: 13. Adam Koch
REB: 4. Jordan Eglseder
AST: 2. Kwadzo Ahelegbe
Mar 27, 2010 #5 Butler (W) #2 Kansas State (L) 63-56 Vivint Smart Home Arena PTS: 18. Denis Clemente
REB: 7. Dominique Sutton
AST: 2. Curtis Kelly
PTS: 22. Gordon Hayward
REB: 9. Gordon Hayward
AST: 5. Ronald Nored
Mar 27, 2010 #2 West Virginia (W) #1 Kentucky (L) 73-66 Carrier Dome PTS: 19. John Wall
REB: 13. Patrick Patterson
AST: 5. John Wall
PTS: 18. Da'Sean Butler
REB: 8. Kevin Jones
AST: 4. John Flowers
Mar 28, 2010 #6 Tennessee (L) #5 Michigan State (W) 69-70 Edward Jones Dome PTS: 21. Durrell Summers
REB: 10. Raymar Morgan
AST: 4. Korie Lucious
PTS: 13. Wayne Chism
REB: 9. Brian Williams
AST: 5. J.P. Prince
Mar 28, 2010 #3 Baylor (L) #1 Duke (W) 71-78 NRG Stadium PTS: 29. Nolan Smith
REB: 9. Brian Zoubek
AST: 4. Jon Scheyer
PTS: 22. LaceDarius Dunn
REB: 10. Ekpe Udoh
AST: 6. Ekpe Udoh
Apr 3, 2010 #5 Butler (W) #5 Michigan State (L) 52-50 Lucas Oil Stadium PTS: 14. Durrell Summers
REB: 10. Durrell Summers
AST: 4. Korie Lucious
PTS: 19. Gordon Hayward
REB: 9. Gordon Hayward
AST: 2. Ronald Nored
Apr 3, 2010 #2 West Virginia (L) #1 Duke (W) 57-78 Lucas Oil Stadium PTS: 23. Jon Scheyer
REB: 10. Brian Zoubek
AST: 6. Jon Scheyer
PTS: 12. Wellington Smith
REB: 5. Wellington Smith
AST: 4. Wellington Smith
Apr 5, 2010 #5 Butler (L) #1 Duke (W) 59-61 Lucas Oil Stadium PTS: 19. Kyle Singler
REB: 10. Brian Zoubek
AST: 5. Jon Scheyer
PTS: 12. Gordon Hayward
REB: 8. Gordon Hayward
AST: 3. Willie Veasley