Day 2 Updated: NCAA March Madness Scores and Results

Ike Nwamu #10 of the Mercer Bears. PHOTO Via ESPN

(Sporting Alert) — Scores and result from day two of the NCAA men’s college basketball national tournament.

The day started with an upset, as the 14th-seeded Mercer stunned 3rd-seeded Duke, 78-71, on a day when the Blue Devils were heavily criticized for shooting too many three-balls.

Mike Krzyzewski’s side went 15 for 37 from beyond the arc.

No. 1 seed Arizona was not impressive on the day either, but they managed to stay alive after hold off 16th-seeded Weber State 68-59.

Nick Johnson scored 18 points, while Aaron Gordon contributed 16 points, 8 rebounds, 5 blocks and 3 assists for Arizona (31-4) in the win.

Other teams picking wins on the day were sixth-seeded Baylor (25-11), which knocked off (11) Nebraska, 74-60, keeping the Cornhuskers winless in the NCAA national tournament.

No. 10 seeded Stanford (22-12) beat (7) New Mexico (27-7) 58-53 on day two of March Madness as well.

NCAA March Madness Scores and Results

East Region:
(1) Virginia 70 (29-6), (16) Coastal Carolina 59 (21-13)
(3) Iowa State 93 (27-7), (14) North Carolina Central 75 (28-6)
(6) North Carolina 79 (24-9), (11) Providence 77 (23-12)
(8) Memphis 71 (24-9), (9) George Washington 66 (24-9)

West Region:
(1) Arizona (31-4) 68, (16) Weber State (19-12) 59
(6) Baylor (25-11) 74, (11) Nebraska (19-13) 60
(3) Creighton (26-7) 76, (14) La. Lafayette (23-11)
(8) Gonzaga(29-6) 85, (9) Oklahoma State (21-13) 77

Midwest Region:
1) Wichita State 64 (35-0), (16) Cal Poly 37 (14-20)
(14) Mercer (27-8) 78, (3) Duke (26-9) 71
(11) Tennessee(23-12) 86, (6) Massachusetts ( 24-9) 67
(8) Kentucky 56 (25-10), (9) Kansas State 49 (20-13)

South Region:
(15) E Kentucky (24-10) 69, (2) Kansas(25-9) 80
(4) UCLA 76 (27-8), (13) Tulsa 59 (21-13)
(12) Stephen F. Austin 77 (32-2), (5) VCU 75 (26-9) – OT
(10) Stanford (22-12) 58, (7) New Mexico (27-7) 53

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