The second day of the NCAA match was interrupted by a collection of turmoil that confused Bracket and headed for the second spherical.
No. 9 Kansas State 50, No. 8 Washington State 40
The No. 9 Kansas State bounced the No. 8 Washington State, drawing a 50-40 victory on Saturday and advancing to the second spherical of the NCAA match. Kansas State College fired 26.4% in opposition to 25% of Washington State College, and each groups struggled to assault. Ayoka Lee leads the Wildcats with 20 factors and 15 rebounds, whereas Briley Glen provides 14 factors and 4 rebounds.
Kansas State College will face North Carolina No. 1 on Monday in Raleigh.
No.11 Villanova 61, No.6 BYU 57
eleventh seed Villanova confused sixth BYU on Saturday, beating Cougars 61-57. Madison Siglist leads the Wildcats with 25 factors, 7 rebounds and three assists, whereas Caitlin Orihel provides 10 factors and 4 rebounds from the bench.
Villa Nova will advance to the second spherical and can face third-seeded Michigan at Ann Arbor on Monday.
No.11 Princeton 69, No.6 Kentucky 62
The eleventh seed Princeton stunned the sixth seed Kentucky 69-62 and bounced the Wildcats within the opening spherical of the match. Kentucky’s stunning defeat happens after the staff claims the SEC match, a program since 1982.
The Tigers dominated Kentucky, outshooting Wildcats 49.1% to 35.7% and outbound SEC Champion 37-30. On Saturday, he gained his second NCAA match at Princeton and his first victory in 2015.
Princeton will then problem Third Indiana in Bloomington on Monday.