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November 26, 2014
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Final Wake Forest70ARIZONA58
Final Quinnipiac75MISSOURI STATE65
Final Delaware State80MANHATTAN69
Final CHARLESTON SOUTHERN88Converse48
Final TOWSON64UMBC57
Final (16) STANFORD86Purdue69
Final Saint Josephs74PRINCETON65
Final(OT) Grand Canyon67NORTH TEXAS65
Final MD-EASTERN SHORE71Lincoln (PA)63
Final NC STATE86Davidson63
Final Western Carolina71APPALACHIAN ST63
Final MURRAY STATE72Kennesaw St66
Final OLE MISS78ULM72
Final UNC-ASHEVILLE75Bluefield College71
Final ST FRANCIS-NY58NJIT53
Final WEBER STATE81Air Force69
Final CORNELL57Loyola-Maryland53
Final BUCKNELL66Youngstown St41
Final SIENA58Sacred Heart53
Final FLORIDA72St Johns68
Final Harvard81NORTHEASTERN74
Final Central Conn St82HARTFORD50
Final Vermont80WAGNER70
Final CHARLOTTE63Winthrop60
Final ST FRANCIS-PA86Howard85
Final Central Arkansas58JACKSONVILLE ST54
Final Duquesne78MIAMI-OHIO58
Final GEORGE MASON66Longwood65
Final HOLY CROSS76Massachusetts54
Final (20) Michigan State74TEMPLE70
Final (4) NOTRE DAME92DePaul76
Final PITTSBURGH78Mount St Marys43
Final (18) OKLAHOMA ST103UMass Lowell52
Final(OT) Lipscomb81TENNESSEE ST78
Final (19) MISS STATE81Savannah State63
Final (14) GEORGIA74SC State58
Final IUPUI100Ohio Valley46
Final TCU68Fla Gulf Coast47
Final UC DAVIS95San Jose St61
Final Utah66UNLV59
Final MISSOURI78UMKC69
Final NORTH DAKOTA93Jamestown56
Final(OT) Sam Houston St79RICE74
Final TULSA72Oral Roberts58
Final MINNESOTA80Loyola-Chicago36
Final TROY118Alabama-Huntsville103
Final IUPU-Ft Wayne91SIU-EDWARDSVILLE74
Final Purdue Calumet68CHICAGO STATE62
Final CREIGHTON63South Dakota48
Final NEW MEXICO72Milwaukee58
Final BYU80Washington St73
Final SAN DIEGO74Idaho64
Final GEORGETOWN67Nicholls55
Final UC SANTA BARBARA66Hampton62
Final PORTLAND STATE74Corban62
Final(2nd OT) ALASKA-ANCHORAGE83UC-Riverside75

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