2019 NCAA Men’s Division I Basketball Championship First and Second Rounds

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    Mar 22 - 24 , 2019
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2019 NCAA Men’s Division I Basketball Championship First and Second Rounds

The Road to the Final Four® stops in San Jose, California March 22 & 24, 2019 at SAP Center when the West Coast Conference hosts the First and Second Rounds of the NCAA ® March Madness ® Tournament!

March 22 - First Round Games

#13 UC Irvine defeated #4 Kansas State 70-64
#12 Oregon defeated #5 Wisconsin 72-54
#12 Liberty defeated #5 Mississippi State 80-76
#4 Virginia Tech defeated #13 Saint Louis 66-52

March 24 - Second Round Games

(12) Liberty vs. (4) Virginia Tech - 4:10pm pst
(13) UC Irvine vs. (12) Oregon - After Conclusion

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Firearms: Firearms and explosives of any kind are not permitted. Laser Pointers. Laser pointers are not permitted.
Noisemakers: Artificial noisemakers of any kind, megaphones used for distraction, air horns, electronic instruments, inflatable noisemakers, etc., are not permissible. Megaphones are permitted for spirit squads for voice amplification, but they may not be used as a distraction.
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Cameras: Ticketed patrons shall not bring video equipment into the facility on game days. Video equipment is allowed on open practice day. Still cameras with lenses up to four inches are permissible at all times.