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Men’s basketball
CAA quarterfinals (at Richmond Coliseum):
Final: No. 1 George Mason 68, No. 9 Georgia State 45: The Patriots fell behind by 11 but outscored the Panthers 40-9 to easily advance.
Final: No. 4 VCU 62, No. 5 Drexel 60: Jamie Skeen's short buzzer-beating shot won it for the Rams.
Final: No. 2 Old Dominion 59, No. 7 Delaware 50: Frank Hassell had 24 points and 10 rebounds for the Monarchs, who came from nine points behind in the first half to pull away.
Final: No. 3 Hofstra 72, No. 11 William and Mary 56: Charles Jenkins scored 20 points for the Pride, which fell behind 9-0 but pulled away in the second half.

NCAA Division III second round (at Batten Center):
Final: Virginia Wesleyan 79, Franklin & Marshall 71: Trailing by nine, the 10th-ranked Marlins went on a 21-6 run to overcome the No. 18 Diplomats and reach the NCAA round of 16. Menchville High grad Chris Teasley scored 14 as part of a balanced VWC offense.

Women’s basketball
NCAA Division III second round (at Freeman Center):
Final: Christopher Newport 81, Johns Hopkins 62: Ahead by only two early in the second half, CNU gets rolling and returns to the Sweet 16. Chelsie Schweers scores a school NCAA women's tournament-record 37 points and now has made more 3-point baskets than any other woman in any NCAA division.

Final: Apprentice 14, Castleton State 3 (at War Memorial Stadium): Zachary Harding doubled three times and drove in five runs as the Builders completed a three-game sweep.
Finals: Norfolk State 3-5, Hofstra 2-4: In Game 1, Ryan Shook pitched a complete game for the victory. In Game 2, Kevin Curd's RBI double with two out in the eighth won it for the Spartans. The Spartans' Chris Joyce has hit safely in all 10 games this year.
Virginia Wesleyan at Eastern Mennonite (doubleheader), noon
Finals: Fairfield 4-1, Old Dominion 3-9: After falling behind for good in the fifth inning of Game 1, ODU (7-5) bounced back in Game 2 at Bud Metheny Complex as Phil McCarthy pitched a seven-inning complete game.
Finals: James Madison 6-5, William and Mary 4-3: In Game 1, Billy Logan's two-run single broke a 4-4 tie in the top of the ninth. In Game 2, the Tribe's rally in the ninth fell short despite Tadd Bower's two-run double.
Game 2: Bottom of sixth: JMU 3, W&M 0,.