Wichita State received 25 points from Fred VanVleet but it came in a losing effort against Notre Dame in the Sweet 16.
This comes just weeks before thousands of people will be in Indianapolis for The Final Four.
Emporia State’s season came to an end at the NCAA Division II Final Four in Sioux Falls, South Dakota.
K-State announced the dismissal of Marcus Foster and Tre Harris, while Jevon Thomas elected to transfer to another school.
Emporia State women’s basketball led wire-to-wire against West Texas A&M and move on to the NCAA Div. II Women’s Final Four.
Wichita State earned its sixth trip to the NCAA Tournament’s Sweet 16.
Shockers face Notre Dame in next match-up.
Players from both teams talk about the “in-state” round of the NCAA Playoffs.
Fans go looking for tickets – and a win for their favorite team.
Fans in the Sunflower State are rejoicing tonight.
Wichita State beat Indiana in the second-round of the NCAA tournament in Omaha. Wichita State won by a score of 81 to 76.
Second-seeded Kansas did its best to restore some luster to the Big 12.
Northern Iowa won for the 20th time in the past 21 games.
So, which teams will benefit the most from Thursday’s upsets?
When a team has just two assists — that is not a typo — chances of things ending well are slim.
All the talk that the Hoyas couldn’t handle underdogs can hush. Georgetown finally showed it can be a bully in March again.
Utah coach Larry Krystkowiak waited until after the Utes downed Stephen F. Austin to talk about his big upset.
A handful of Purdue Boilermakers buried their heads in towels, trying to cover their tears in the locker room.
The misses piled up. Frustration followed. A maddeningly familiar result, too.
Arkansas surely knows about Wofford now.
Lafayette was a bundle of nerves before it hit the court against Villanova. The Leopards never settled down — and never had a chance.
KSNT Sports and KSN Sports Directors at the NCAA 2nd Round in Omaha
Finding words was difficult, and junior guard Nic Moore warned a reporter not to approach him for comment.
Arizona’s defense — or perceived lack thereof — muted the Wildcats’ victory celebration for their NCAA Tournament opener.
The scene was not the one that VCU wanted.