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KFIZ Sports Scoreboard : 3/13/19

13-Mar-2019

Women’s College Basketball:

Big East Tournament - Championship:


DePaul 74, Marquette 73


Horizon League Tournament - Championship:


Wright State 55, Green Bay 52

--UWGB’s streak of four consecutive tournament titles & 13 straight wins in the Horizon League tourney are snapped.


Men’s College Hoops:


The Big Ten Tournament begins tonight at the United Center in Chicago with opening round games. #12 seed Rutgers plays #13 seed Nebraska in the first game with #11 seed Illinois playing #14 seed Northwestern. Winners advance to the second round tomorrow. Wisconsin has a double-bye into Friday’s quarterfinals, where they will play either Maryland, Nebraska or Rutgers.


Five more teams have punched their tickets to the Big Dance. St. Mary’s of California upset #1 Gonzaga in the West Coast Conference Tournament Final last night. Along with the Gaels, Northern Kentucky won the Horizon League, Northeastern won the Colonial Athletic Association, Fairleigh Dickinson won the Northeastern Conference tournament and North Dakota State won the Summit League final.


NBA:

Milwaukee 130, New Orleans 113

--Giannis Antetokounmpo scored 23 points, grabbed nine rebounds and dished out five assists for the Bucks in the win. Khris Middleton added 23 points for Milwaukee - who improved their league best record to 51-17. The Bucks are off until Friday when they visit Miami.


LA Lakers 123. Chicago 107


Denver 133, Minnesota 107


MLB Spring Training:


San Francisco 4, Milwaukee 2 (5 Innings)

--Tyrone Taylor clubbed a two-run home run in the fifth inning for the Brewers’ only runs in the game. Milwaukee takes on Cleveland today.




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