Cornell wins their first tournament game in 6 tries. They are now 1-5 in
Cornell's 78 points is the most points they have scored in the tournament.
Their previous high was 67 vs. Navy in the 1954 sweet sixteen.
Siena's 64 points is the fewest points they have scored in 10 tournament games.
Their previous low was 67 vs. Minnesota in the 1989 second round.
Temple and Clemson have both lost in the first round each of the last 3
tournaments tying for the longest current streak.
Clemson is now 0-2 vs. teams from the state of Missouri tying Wisconsin for the
worst record. Both schools have lost to Missouri and Missouri State.
Clemson is now 0-6 when the game is played on March 18 or later. That is
tied with Pepperdine and Southern Methodist for the worst all-time.
Purdue has now won their last 12 first round games. It is the tournament's
longest current streak.
Texas A&M and Pittsburgh are both in the second round for the 5th consecutive
year which is tied the longest current streak.
Duke is now a tournament best 5-0 vs. the SWAC.
Duke is now a tournament best 22-0 when allowing fewer than 60 points.
Syracuse is now a second best 16-0.
Duke is now a tournament best 8-0 on March 19.
Georgia Tech is now tied with Louisiana State for a tournament best 3-0 vs the
Georgia Tech is now a tournament best 5-0 when playing in the state of
Louisville is now a tournament worst 0-3 when playing in the state of Florida.
Maryland wins their 10th consecutive first round game.
The Houston loss ends a 14-year run of having at least one team from Conference
USA in the second round.
John Calipari and Jamie Dixon will be coaching in their 5th consecutive second
round which is the longest current streak.
Roy Williams snaps a streak of 20 consecutive tournaments of coaching in the
Second Round Teams by Conference
Big Twelve 5
Atlantic Coast 4
Big East 4
Big Ten 4
Mountain West 2
Pacific Ten 2
West Coast 2
Atlantic Ten 1
Horizon League 1
Ivy League 1
Mid American 1
Missouri Valley 1
Ohio Valley 1
Longest Tournament Win Droughts Ended
1. Baylor 1950
2. St. Mary's 1959
3. Ohio 1983
4. Murray State 1988
5. Northern Iowa 1990
6. Brigham Young 1993
7. Old Dominion 1995
8. New Mexico 1999
9. California 2003
Consecutive Years with at least one team in the Second Round
1. Atlantic Coast 36
Big Ten 36
3. Big East 31
4. Pacific Ten 24
5. Southeastern 21
6. Big Twelve 14
7. Horizon League 6
8. Atlantic Ten 5
9. West Coast 3
Consecutive years with at least two teams in the Second Round
Atlantic Coast 36
2. Big East 31
3. Big Ten 15
4. Big Twelve 14
5. Pacific Ten 6
Consecutive years with at least three teams in the Second Round
Big East 17
2. Atlantic Coast 11
3. Big Ten 6
4. Big Twelve 4