San Diego State had little trouble ending the run of March Madness darling Furman, getting 16 points from Micah Parrish to pace a balanced scoring attack and pulling away for a 75-52 win on Saturday in the second round of the NCAA Tournament. Darrion Trammell had 13 points, Lamont Butler added 12 and leading scorer Matt Bradley finished with 10 for San Diego State (29-6), which is heading to its first Sweet 16 since 2004. But some of that you have to give credit to (San Diego State). The super senior stomped the floor in frustration, drawing a technical foul that gave San Diego State a pair of free throws that put the Aztecs up 60-37. “This has to push us every day to want to get back here and continue to show that we belong in the NCAA Tournament.”San Diego State: The Aztecs are 0-2 in Sweet 16 games.
Source: The Express Tribune March 19, 2023 05:01 UTC