Papi Ndao celebrates with St. Joe's teammates after beating VCU in the A-10 Championship

Daniel Gomis finished his college career with a berth in the NCAA Tournament

Dethie Fall, Assistant Coach, and his fellow Grand Canyon coaches lead their team to the CollegeInsider.com Second Round

Remy Ndiaye and his Dallas Baptist teammates win the Heartland Conference Championship

Serigne Mboup finished his college career with a double-double in his final game

March 14th, 2016 // NCAA Tournament

Once again, March Madness will feature several SEED alums who will try to lead their teams deep into their respective NCAA Post-Season tournaments! 

 

NCAA Division I

Boubacar Toure, a red-shirt freshman, and Dethie Fall, an assistant coach, and their Grand Canyon University teammates earned an At-Large bid to the CollegeInsider.com Tournament:  Grand Canyon vs South Carolina State (First Round) - Grand Canyon defeated South Carolina State and will face Jackson State in the Second Round.

Daniel Gomis, a 5th year senior pursuing his Masters degree, and his Oregon State teammates earned an At-Large bid to the NCAA Tournament:  #7 Oregon State vs #10 VCU, 1:30PM 3/18 (First Round)

Doudou Gueye, a junior, and his South Carolina State teammates earned an At-Large bid to the CollegeInsider.com Tournament:  Grand Canyon vs South Carolina State (First Round) - Grand Canyon defeated South Carolina State.

Papa Ndao, a 5th year senior pursuing his Masters degree, and his St. Joe's teammates earned an Automatic bid in the NCAA Tournament by winning the Atlantic 10 Tournament:  #8 St. Joseph's vs #9 Cincinnati, 9:57PM 3/18 (First Round)

 

NCAA Division II

Remy Ndiaye, a former team captain and current graduate assistant coach, and his Dallas Baptist University teammates earned an Automatic bid in the NCAA Division II Tournament by winning the Heartland Conference Tournament:  #7 Dallas Baptist University vs #2 Fort Lewis - Fort Lewis defeated Dallas Baptist University.

Serigne Mboup, a 5th year senior pursuing his Masters degree, and his Union University teammates earned an Automatic bid to the NCAA Division II Tournament:  #7 Union vs #2 Eckerd - Union defeated Eckerd and then lost to Barry College in the Semi-Finals.

 

NJCAA Tournament

Cheikh Bamba Diallo, Cheikh Djiby Fall and Ndene Gueye, all freshman student-athletes, and their Kilgore College teammates earned a big in the NJCAA Tournament:  #9 Kilgore vs #8 Blinn

Fatou Diagne, a freshman and the first SEED Girl to attend a U.S. university, and her Florida Gulf Coast State teammates finished the season as the #1 team in the country and earned the top overall seed in the NJCAA Tournament: #1 Gulf Coast vs #17 team