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2016 Schedule
28-8, 4th in A 10
Why you should draft me (1:15)

Brooks rallies top-seed Oregon past St. Joseph's

Dillon Brooks refused to let 1-seed Oregon and the Pac-12 be eliminated on the first weekend of the NCAA tournament, scoring 25 points and leading the Ducks to 69-64 win over St. Joseph's.

Brooks' clutch shot keeps Oregon alive

Dillon Brooks' clutch 3-pointer in the final minute and a half puts Oregon ahead in a hard-fought victory over Saint Joseph's to advance to the Sweet 16.

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Oregon tops Saint Joe's to reach Sweet 16

The top-seed Ducks dodged the upset bug, rallying late for a 69-64 win over the 8-seed Hawks to set up a Sweet 16 showdown against Duke. Oregon's Dillon Brooks led all scorers with 25 points, and Tyler Dorsey hit some key shots in the final minute. Box score

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Oregon, Saint Joe's going down to wire

The top-seed Ducks and 8-seed Hawks are capping off a wild day at the NCAA tournament with a close game in the final minute, as Oregon leads by 2 with 35 seconds left and a trip to the Sweet 16 on the line. Follow live

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St. Joe's goes on run to tie Oregon

The 8-seed Hawks went on a 10-0 run to tie the top-seed Ducks at 45-45 with 10 minutes left in regulation. Oregon is the last of the seven Pac-12 teams alive in the tournament. Follow live

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Oregon leads Saint Joseph's at halftime

Dillon Brooks and Elgin Cook each scored 10 points for the Ducks to take a 32-27 lead over the Hawks at the half. However, Oregon scored just two points in the final three minutes of the half. Halftime stats

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Second Round: Saint Joseph's (8) vs. Oregon (1)

The Ducks are the last of seven Pac-12 teams standing. They're also on a scorching pace with 84.7 points per game over their nine-game winning streak. But can DeAndre' Bembry (26.5 PPG, 21-30 FG in his last 2 games) power the Hawks to a victory? Follow live

Chantel Jennings ESPN Staff Writer 

Oregon-St. Joe's will be a very interesting game. Should be interesting to see how the Hawks handle the Ducks' athletic wings. Holy Cross players said that was the toughest part of the game.

Chantel Jennings ESPN Staff Writer 

SJU coach Phil Martelli admits that with the difficulties of watching the Pac-12 (network, late games) that he had "no idea" about Oregon, his team's opponent tomorrow. "This is my livelihood and I'm saying to you, until I heard on the broadcast that they had finished the season No. 5, I had no idea. ... If you said to our players, 'Did Oregon win the Pac-12 or did Arizona?' They would lean to Arizona. As would basketball people in Philadelphia."

Chantel Jennings ESPN Staff Writer 

Oregon coach Dana Altman said he saw SJU's DeAndre' Bembry during the season on a few A-10 games. Said he's impressed with his passing, ball handling and how he scores in so many different ways.

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Tournament Challenge: First-round recap

Who likes upsets? Apparently 41 percent of the 2016 NCAA tournament field, as 13 lower-seeded teams beat higher-seeded foes in the first round.

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Back-to-back great tournament moments

We'll look back at Northern Iowa's buzzer-beater as one of the tournament's best moments. Minutes later in real time, St. Joe's survived after Cincinnati's game-tying dunk was ruled to be too late. Insta-memories

Close call keeps Cincinnati from advancing (4:06)

St. Joe's moves on after Cincy's dunk waved off

A dunk at the buzzer by Cincinnati appeared to tie the score at the end of regulation, but was waved off, giving Saint Joseph's a 78-76 win in the first round of the NCAA tournament Friday.

Team Stats

Points Per Game71.0
Rebounds Per Game33.0
Assists Per Game10.0
Points Allowed72.562nd

Tournament History

Final Fours1
Tournament Record19-25
Championship SeasonsNone
Tournament Appearances21