Princeton stuns Arizona; Furman upsets Virginia in NCAA Tournament
By Associated Press |
March 16, 2023
| Updated on March 16, 2023 at 5:04 pm
Furman guard Mike Bothwell, right, gets emotional after their win against Virginia in a first-round college game in the NCAA Tournament on Thursday in Orlando, Fla. Furman beat Virginia 68-67.
Furman guard Marcus Foster, center, holds onto Virginia forward Kadin Shedrick, left, while diving out-of-bounds for a loose ball during the second half.
Furman guard JP Pegues, third from right, celebrates with the team after defeating Virginia.
Virginia guard Reece Beekman reacts as he leaves the court after the team lost to Furman in a first-round game.
Virginia forward Kadin Shedrick reacts as he leaves the court after the team lost to Furman.
Virginia guard Reece Beekman is fouled by Furman forward Jalen Slawson, rear, while going up for a shot during the first half.
Virginia guard Isaac McKneely and Furman guard Mike Bothwell collide chasing a loose ball during the first half.
Virginia guard Kihei Clark makes an errant pass as Furman forward Alex Williams defends in the final seconds.
Furman forward Garrett Hien catches an errant pass by Virginia guard Kihei Clark during the second half.
Princeton guard Blake Peters shoots a 3-pointer during the second half of the team's first-round game against Arizona in the men's NCAA Tournament in Sacramento, Calif., on Thursday. Princeton won 59-55.
Arizona forward Azuolas Tubelis shoots over Princeton forward Caden Pierce.
Princeton guard Matt Allocco (14) forward Zach Martini (54) and forward Caden Pierce (12) and teammates embrace in the final seconds of the second half.
Princeton guard Matt Allocco splits Arizona defenders Courtney Ramey (0) and Pelle Larsson (3) during the second half.
Princeton forward Keeshawn Kellman shoots over Arizona center Oumar Ballo.
Arizona guard Courtney Ramey shoots over guard Pelle Larsson.
Princeton forward Tosan Evbuomwan shoots past Arizona guard Pelle Larsson.
Princeton forward Tosan Evbuomwan shoots over Arizona center Oumar Ballo.
Arizona guard Adama Bal leaves the floor with teammates following a first-round loss.
Princeton head coach Mitch Henderson embraces guard Matt Allocco.
Princeton forward Tosan Evbuomwan defends as Arizona guard Pelle Larsson makes a pass during the second half.