First Four Highlights: (16) North Carolina A&T 73 – (16) Liberty 72

03/19/2013

Jeremy UnderwoodDAYTON, OH – Jeremy Underwood was perfect and the North Carolina A&T Aggies had just enough to hold off Liberty and notch a 73-72 win in the opening game of the 2013 NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament.

Underwood was six-for-six from the field and scored 19 points to lead the Aggies. Davon Marshall led all scorers with 22 points for the Flames in defeat.

Next up for the victors? A date with #1 overall seed Louisville on Thursday at Rupp Arena in Lexington.

Brad Sham and Kyle Macy called the action on Westwood One Sports.

(Liberty opens up an early 14-8 lead after back-to-back baskets)

(Jeremy Underwood hits a jumper to put NC A&T up 18-16)

(Underwood hits from three for a 30-22 lead)

(Davon Marshall’s triple cuts the Aggies lead to 52-51)

(Underwood’s layup puts A&T up seven, 58-51)

(Underwood hits a jumper and is fouled to make it 68-61)

(Marshall connects again to cut it to 73-70 late)

(The final sequence – North Carolina A&T advances)

(Postgame interview with the Aggies’ Jeremy Underwood)

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