The Utah Utah (21-11) beat LSU 95-71 on Monday night to advance in the NIT tournament. They will play Wednesday against top-seeded Saint Mary’s (30-5), who took out Washington 85-81 on Monday.
The Utes will travel to Saint Mary’s on Wednesday night. The winner will advance to play either Oklahoma State or Western Kentucky in the semifinals on March 28 at Madison Square Garden.
Here’s everything you need to know about the NIT Quarterfinal.
Utah-Saint Mary’s basketball time, game information
- Time: 7 p.m. PT
- Date: Wednesday, March 21
- TV Channel: ESPN 2
- Location:McKeon Pavilion, Moraga, California
How can I watch Utah-Saint Mary’s basketball game online?
Utah-Saint Mary’s will be televised on ESPN 2. You can watch online via WatchESPN.
How can I listen to Utah-Saint Mary’s basketball game on the radio?
You can listen to the game via ESPN 700 in Salt Lake City or via TuneIn.
Utah-Saint Mary’s preview
The Saint Mary’s Gaels, the top-ranked seed in Utah’s bracket, are 18-1 at home this season. Saint Mary’s was one of the biggest snubs from the NCAA Tournament.
Utah guard Sedrick Barefield scored 17 points in the win over LSU and will be a key factor against the Gaels on Wednesday night. He was one of five players who scored at least 12 points apiece for the Utes on Monday as the team put up a 95 points on 58 percent shooting.
The Gaels are led by Randy Bennett, one of the most underrated coaches in the country. The Utes will have their hands full with a very talented team led by junior center Jock Landale and freshman guard Jordan Ford.
This should be one of the best games of the NIT and with a trip to New York City on the line, both teams should be at their best.
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