Ncaa Tournament

March 18, 2006


Marcellus Sommerville, Bradley -- The senior scored 21 points and made five three-pointers as the 13th-seeded Braves upset the fourth-seeded Jayhawks, 77-73.

Charles Lee, Kevin Bettencourt, Bucknell -- The pair combined for 42 points and nine of Bucknell's season-high 11 threes, many of them fired when the shot clock was nearly running out.

Aaron Gray, Pittsburgh -- The 7-footer scored 17 - shooting 6-for-6 from the field - as the Panthers made 67 percent of their shots to cruise past Kent State, 79-64.


Bucknell -- The Patriot League champion moved to the second round of the NCAA tournament for the second straight year, this time making more three-pointers than twos in a 59-55 victory over the Razorbacks.

Andre Allen, Memphis --The Memphis reserve tied his season high with 11 points - all in a late first-half spurt - as the top-seeded Tigers took the lead for good in a 94-78 rout of Oral Roberts.


John Calipari, Memphis coach -- "There's a star born in all of these games and today it seemed to be Andre Allen."

Carl Krauser, Pittsburgh guard -- "It's sick. It looks like [Aaron Gray's] playing against kids."

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