March Madness: Aussie Wrap

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And then there were 5. Having started with 21, the number of Aussies taking part in the March Madness Tournament has dwindled down and only Isaac Humphries (Kentucky), Keanu Pinder (Arizona), Jo Lual Acuil Jr. (Baylor), Gorjok Gak (Florida) and Ran Tut (South Carolina) remain.

Just how did the Aussies play today and what games are upcoming and when?

Saint Mary's lost to Arizona 69-60

Jock Landale: Led the charge for the Gaels yet again as he finished with a game high 19 points on 8-14 shooting and pulled down an equal game high 11 rebounds.

Emmett Naar: Struggled to have a major impact as he finished with 2 points on 1-3 shooting to go along with 3 rebounds and 1 assist

Kyle Clark: Saw the floor for 2 minutes and did not record any stats

Dane Pineau: Played 26 minutes off of the bench and finished with 5 points on 2-3 shooting and 4 rebounds

Tanner Krebs: Equaled his output from the opening game as he finished with 12 points on 4-6 shooting in 17 minutes off the bench

Jordan Hunter: Did not play

Jock Perry: Did not play

Keanu Pinder (Arizona): Only played 5 minutes during his sides close win, had one shot which missed.

Florida beat Virginia 65-39

Gorjok Gak: Played 10 minutes in his sides demolition of Virginia and ended with 6 points on 3-3 shooting to go along with 2 rebounds.

Louisville lost to Michigan 69-73

Deng Adel: An impressive performance in a losing effort. Adel finished with 16 points on 6-11 shooting, hitting 2-4 from deep and added 5 rebounds.

Mangok Mathiang: Played 18 minutes but put up 13 points on a highly efficient 6-7 shooting to go along with 4 rebounds.

Kentucky defeated Wichita State 65-62

Isaac Humphries: Played a total of 9 minutes in his sides close encounter with the Shockers, finished with 2 rebounds.

Baylor defeated USC 82-78

Jo Lual Acuil Jr.: Started the game and ended playing 22 minutes in a close battle against 11th ranked USC. Finished with 2 points, 1 rebound and 1 assist.

Duke lost to South Carolina 88-81

Jack White (Duke): Did not play in his teams shock loss to the South Carolina Gamecocks

Ran Tut (South Carolina): Did not play during the upset win over the Blue Devils