NCAA Tournament Schedule and Results

FINAL FOUR RESULTS

SEED
WINNER
vs.
SEED
LOSER
SCORE
2 Connecticut def. 7 Minnesota 67-58

SEED
WINNER
vs.
SEED
LOSER
SCORE
1 Tennessee def. 4 Louisiana State 52-50

REGIONAL FINALS RESULTS

East Region

SEED
WINNER
vs.
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LOSER
SCORE
2 Connecticut def. 1 Penn State 66-49

Midwest Region

SEED
WINNER
vs.
SEED
LOSER
SCORE
1 Tennessee def. 6 Stanford 62-60

Mideast Region

SEED
WINNER
vs.
SEED
LOSER
SCORE
7 Minnesota def. 1 Duke 82-75

West Region

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WINNER
vs.
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LOSER
SCORE
4 Louisiana State def. 3 Georgia 62-60

REGIONAL SEMIFINALS RESULTS

East Region

SEED
WINNER
vs.
SEED
LOSER
SCORE
1 Penn State def. 5 Notre Dame 55-49
2 Connecticut def. 11 Santa Barbara 63-55

Midwest Region

SEED
WINNER
vs.
SEED
LOSER
SCORE
1 Tennessee def. 4 Baylor 71-69
6 Stanford vs. 2 Vanderbilt 57-55

Mideast Region

SEED
WINNER
vs.
SEED
LOSER
SCORE
1 Duke def. 5 Louisiana Tech 63-49
7 Minnesota def. 3 Boston College 76-63

West Region

SEED
WINNER
vs.
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LOSER
SCORE
4 LSU def. 1 Texas 71-55
3 Georgia def. 2 Purdue 66-64

SECOND ROUND RESULTS

East Region

SEED
WINNER
vs.
SEED
LOSER
SCORE
1 Penn State def. 8 Virginia Tech 61-48
5 Notre Dame def. 13 Middle Tennessee St. 59-46
11 UC Santa Barbara def. 3 Houston 56-52
2 UConn def. 7 Auburn 79-53

Midwest Region

SEED
WINNER
vs.
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LOSER
SCORE
1 Tennessee def. 9 DePaul 73-52
4 Baylor def. 5 Florida 91-76
6 Stanford def. 3 Oklahoma 68-43
2 Vanderbilt def. 10 Chattanooga 60-44

Mideast Region

SEED
WINNER
vs.
SEED
LOSER
SCORE
1 Duke def. 9 Marquette 76-67
5 Louisiana Tech def. 4 Texas Tech 81-64
3 Boston College def. 6 Ohio State 63-48
7 Minnesota def. 2 Kansas State 80-61

West Region

SEED
WINNER
vs.
SEED
LOSER
SCORE
1 Texas def. 8 Michigan St. 80-61
4 LSU def. 12 Maryland 76-61
3 Georgia def. 6 TCU 85-71
2 Purdue def. 7 Villanova 60-42

FIRST ROUND RESULTS

East Region

SEED
WINNER
vs.
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LOSER
SCORE
1 Penn State def. 16 Hampton 79-42
8 Virginia Tech def. 9 Iowa 89-76
5 Notre Dame def. 12 SW Missouri St. 69-65 OT
13 Middle Tennessee St. def. 4 North Carolina 67-62
3 Houston def. 14 Wisconsin-Green Bay 62-47
11 UC-Santa Barbara def. 6 Colorado 76-49
7 Auburn def. 10 N.C. State 79-59
2 Connecticut def. 15 Pennsylvania 91-55

Midwest Region

SEED
WINNER
vs.
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LOSER
SCORE
1 Tennessee def. 16 Colgate 77-54
9 Depaul def. 8 George Washington 83-46
5 Florida def. 12 New Mexico 68-56
4 Baylor def. 13 Loyola-Marymount 71-60
3 Oklahoma def. 14 Marist 58-45
6 Stanford def. 11 Missouri 68-44
10 Chattanooga def. 7 Rutgers 74-69
2 Vanderbilt def. 15 Lipscomb 76-45

Mideast Region

SEED
WINNER
vs.
SEED
LOSER
SCORE
1 Duke def. 16 Northwestern State 103-51
9 Marquette def. 8 Old Dominion 67-64
5 Louisiana Tech def. 12 Montana 81-77
4 Texas Tech def. 13 Maine 60-50
3 Boston College def. 14 Eastern Michigan 58-56
6 Ohio State def. 11 West Virginia 73-67
7 Minnesota def. 10 UCLA 92-81
2 Kansas State def. 15 Valparaiso 71-63

West Region

SEED
WINNER
vs.
SEED
LOSER
SCORE
1 Texas def. 16 Southern 92-57
8 Michigan State def. 9 Arizona 72-60
12 Maryland def. 5 Miami, FL 87-85
4 L.S.U. def. 13 Austn Peay 83-66
3 Georgia def. 14 Liberty 78-53
6 Texas Christian def. 11 Temple 70-57
7 Villanova def. 10 Mississippi 66-63
2 Purdue def. 15 St. Francis (PA) 78-59

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