NCAA Top 25 Men’s Basketball Scores on Mar. 1

Guard Ron Baker #31 of the Wichita State Shockers. Photo via ESPN

(Sporting Alert) — NCAA top 25 men’s basketball scores, results and records, following the list of games that took place on Saturday, Mar. 1.

On a day that featured several upsets, No. 2 Wichita State had no problems ending the regular season with a perfect 31-0 record after cruising past Missouri State (19-11) at home, 68-45.

“My teammates told me a couple weeks ago that my number was something special, because that’s how many games we could potentially win,” said Ron Baker, who scored 13 points in his final home game for Wichita State. Baker wear No. 31 for the Shockers.

“I didn’t put that together myself, but it’s very special. It’s going to be something I look back on forever.”

No. 1 Florida (27-2) picked up a 79-61 victory over LSU (17-11), but No. 4 Syracuse (26-3) suffered another setback, following a 75-56 defeat to No. 12 Virginia (25-5), which secured their first outright ACC regular-season championship crown in 33 years.

Elsewhere in NCAA top 25 men’s basketball scores, No. 5 Kansas (22-7) were stunned 72-65 by Oklahoma State (19-10), No. 7 Louisville (24-5) also fell 72-66 to No. 21 Memphis (22-7), while Xavier (20-9) scored a 75-69 victory over No.9 Creighton (23-5) and No. 10 Saint Louis (25-4) were beaten 67-56 by VCU (22-7).

NCAA Top 25 Men’s Basketball Scores on Mar. 1

(1) Florida 79 (27-2), LSU 61 (17-11)
(2) Wichita State 68 (31-0), Missouri State 45 (19-11)
(12) Virginia 75 (25-5), (4) Syracuse 56 (26-3)
Oklahoma State 72 (19-10), (5) Kansas 65 (22-7)
(21) Memphis 72 (22-7), (7) Louisville 66 (24-5)
Xavier 75 (20-9), (9) Creighton 69 (23-5)
VCU 67 (22-7), (10) Saint Louis 56 (25-4)
Connecticut 51 (23-6), (11) Cincinnati 45 (24-5)
(13) San Diego State 82 (25-3), Fresno State 67 (15-15)
Kansas State 80 (20-9), (15) Iowa State 73 (22-6)
(16) Michigan 66 (21-7), Minnesota 56 (18-12)
South Carolina 72 (11-18), (17) Kentucky 67 (21-8)
Illinois 53 (17-12), (18) Michigan St. (22-7)
(19) North Carolina 60 (22-7), Virginia Tech 56 (9-19)
(23) SMU 70 (23-6), UCF 55 (11-16)
Oklahoma 77 (21-8), (24) Texas 65 (21-8)

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