NCAA Round of 16 (Matchday Commentary)

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The 16 teams still vying for a national championship are in action today in eight Round of 16 matches across the country.

Unbeaten Louisville and title favorites Akron and Maryland are all in action today, and SBI will try to bring you coverage from as many of today's matches as possible. We have Avi Creditor at the Maryland-Penn State title, while Adam Serrano will be at the UCLA-Dartmouth match. The day's early match has already been decided, with Michigan rolling to victory against South Carolina.

If you are attending any of today's matches, watching them on TV, or simply want to discuss them, you can do so after the jump. We're going with CoverItLive for today's action, so be sure to tune in for updates throughout the day and evening.

Here is a rundown of today's schedule:

Michigan 3, South Carolina 1
Michigan State at North Carolina, 3:00
Indiana at Akron, 4:00
Brown at California, 4:30
Penn State at Maryland, 5:00
Ohio State at Louisville, 7:00
William & Mary at Southern Methodist, 8:00
Dartmouth at UCLA, 8:00 

Enjoy the action (Today's commentary is after the jump):

 

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9 Responses to NCAA Round of 16 (Matchday Commentary)

  1. USAClash says:

    How is it that Servanda Carrasco was able to play today for Cal after video showed him hitting a UCSB player in the face last week?

  2. froboy says:

    Fear the Turtle! Another big win for the Terps

  3. Sean says:

    It’s great to be a Michigan Wolverine!!!!!

  4. Sean says:

    It’s great to be a Michigan Wolverine!!!!!

  5. Rory says:

    Louisville wins again!

  6. Travis says:

    following from washington dc

  7. StevenG says:

    following from NC

  8. Peretz48 says:

    Some very attractive names in the quarters. Let’s see if form holds up again in the next round.

  9. Benny Dargle says:

    Not a bad win for UCLA in 2OT. Should have put Dartmouth away, but they came through when they had to do so. Reminded me of the UCSB win in the 3rd round in similar circumstances last year. Eidar Arriola sure picked a good time to have a brace. Those were his 2d and 3rd goals of the entire season, I believe.