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A week for The Little Guys

William & Mary took down NC State, Alabama State defeated Virginia Tech, Western Illinois knocked off Wisconsin, North Florida beat Illinois, Sacramento State took care of Arizona State and Monmouth upset UCLA. Did the underdogs claim the biggest story of the week? Five up, five down (Insider)

3-Point Shot: The biggest wins of the week (2:46)
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Every team in the nation ranked

Nos. 96-100:

  • 96. South Dakota State
  • 97. Yale
  • 98. William & Mary
  • 99. UNLV
  • 100. UC Irvine
Ranking every CBB team

Final: Tulsa 70, William & Mary 67

Marquel Curtis (21 points, 7-10 FG) hit a late 3-pointer to help Tulsa fend off William & Mary and advance in the NIT. Box score

Half: Tulsa 39, William & Mary 32

The Golden Hurricane, guided by Marquel Curtis' 13 first-half points, shot 52 percent in the first 20 minutes and out-rebounded the Tribe by 9 to grab a 7-point halftime lead. Watch live

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N'eastern to make 1st tourney trip since '91

Northeastern captured the Colonial Athletic Association championship Monday night with a 72-61 victory over top-seeded William & Mary, which failed again to earn its first trip to the NCAA Tournament.

Ticket punched: Northeastern wins Colonial

Northeastern used scorching shooting to win the Colonial tournament for the first time, 72-61 over William & Mary. The Huskies are going dancing for the 8th time ever -- but the first time since 1991.

Northeastern extends lead vs. Tribe

Northeastern has kept its foot on the gas in the second half and continues to ride Quincy Ford, who now has a game-high 20 points on 8-for-10 shooting, including 4-for-5 from 3-point range. The Tribe's magical run after yesterday's late game-winning shot seems to be coming to an end.

William & Mary: no dancing allowed

With a loss tonight, William & Mary remains one of the five Division-I programs since its inception in 1948 to never play in the NCAA tournament. The others: Northwestern, Army, the Citadel and St. Francis (N.Y.).

Halftime: Northeastern 36, W&M 26

Northeastern went on a 14-6 run to end the half and hold a 10-point lead at the break after a back-and-forth battle to start. Huskies forward Quincy Ford leads all scorers with 15. The Tribe, who have three players with six points apiece, are shooting just 34.5 percent from the field.

Team Stats

Points Per Game76.5Tied-158th
Rebounds Per Game39.0Tied-148th
Assists Per Game16.8Tied-71st
Points Allowed65.364th