Tosan Evbuomwan and Princeton used a late-game run to earn the school’s first NCAA Tournament win in 25 years, topping No. 2 seed Arizona 59-55 on Thursday.
The 15th-seeded Tigers (22-9) scored the final nine points to finish the upset, holding the Pac-12 Tournament champion scoreless over the final 4:21.
Evbuomwan scored 15 points in Princeton’s first tournament victory since beating UNLV in 1998 when current coach Mitch Henderson was a player for the Tigers.
No. 15 Princeton takes down No. 2 Arizona.
CHAOS on Day 1 of March Madness 🤯🤯🤯
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THIS IS MARCH MADNESS!!!
no.15 Princeton takes down no.2 Arizona
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