Gardner-Webb 72, High Point 71, OT
No. 10 Louisville's first Atlantic Coast Conference tournament game lasted longer than it probably should have.
This is supposed to be the time when all talk around No. 3 Duke and Mike Krzyzewski focuses on the rivalry matchup with North Carolina, another Atlantic Coast Conference title chase and earning a possible No. 1 seed in the NCAA tournament.
No. 16 Duke 77, Wake Forest 68
No. 15 North Carolina 84, Georgia Tech 64
DAVIDSON (AP) — The Davidson Wildcats were picked to finish 12th in the Atlantic 10 conference.
Eight Camels knocked in runs in game one and seven scored in game two, helping Campbell sweep a Wednesday doubleheader over William and Mary at Jim Perry Stadium.
Campbell shot 53.6 percent in the second half and forced 23 Winthrop turnovers in a 65-52 victory in the 2015 VisitMyrtleBeach.com Big South Tournament quarterfinals on Thursday afternoon inside the HTC Center.
Wake Forest 85, No. 22 Syracuse 79
North Carolina Asheville 80, Liberty 70
Wake Forest 69, Boston College 53
No. 3 Duke has been carried all season by one of its four freshmen.
Jerome Hill scored 17 points and grabbed 14 rebounds for his 16th double-double of the year to lead Gardner-Webb to a 72-64 win over
Campbell is set to clash with Winthrop for the first time in postseason play in the 2015 VisitMyrtleBeach.com Big South Tournament quarterfinals at 2 p.m. today inside the HTC Center.
North Carolina needed a boost after failing to win consecutive games in a rough February.
Ralston Turner scored 23 points and grabbed eight rebounds to lead North Carolina State to a 66-61 victory over Clemson on Tuesday night, avenging a January loss to the Tigers.
Lee County senior center Quinn Setzer has been selected to the East Team for the 2015 East-West All-Star Football Game to be played at 8 p.m. July 22 at Greensboro's Jamieson Stadium.
No. 2 Virginia 59, Syracuse 47
Mark Riches (Grace Christian) was named the 2015 Bible College National Invitational Tournament MVP
After suffering one of its worst losses in school history four days ago, Wake Forest needed a win to regain some self-respect.
Trailing 43-27 with 15:24 to play, Campbell rallied with an 18-3 run over the next eight and a half minutes to cut Liberty's lead to a point before falling 64-57 on Saturday afternoon's Senior Day inside Gore Arena.
Quincy Taylor scored 25 points and Longwood held off a furious Campbell rally to claim a 70-65 Big South win Saturday at Willett Hall.
No. 16 Duke dug out of a huge hole, and 15th-ranked North Carolina almost did, too. No lead was safe in this fierce rivalry — until a freshman hit some unlikely free throws.
The last of Brice Johnson's five dunks was the most emphatic, and when he landed with his arms outstretched he froze the pose, as if seeking style points.