NCAA Championship Game 2022: The 2022 NCAA men’s basketball tournament comes to a close tonight with the national championship game taking place in New Orleans. The title game tips off on Monday at broadcast live on TBS. Here’s everything you need to know in order to watch these March Madness games live.
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In the final college basketball game of the season, Bill Self and a dominant No. 1 seed Kansas Jayhawks (33-6) face the upset-minded No. 8 seed North Carolina Tar Heels (29-9) who have ripped through the competition in this tournament and have loads of momentum heading into the game. The NCAA men’s basketball title game tips off at 6:20 p.m. PT/9:20 p.m. ET. So, which team is favored to win? Oddsmakers like Kansas to get the victory this one heading into Monday evening’s matchup.
Congratulations are in order for the South Carolina Gamecocks women’s basketball team who won the 2022 NCAA Championship last night… their first since 2017. South Carolina came out on top against UCONN with a score of 64 to 49. Gamecocks guard Destanni Henderson led the team with 26 points, four assists and three steals. Other notable players include Aliyah Boston who scored 11 points and had 16 rebounds and Zia Cooke who scored 11 points with 5 rebounds. Tonight Kansas and UNC will play in the men’s NCAA Championship game.
The Penn State Nittany Lions won the 2022 NCAA Wrestling Championship in dominant fashion in Detroit, Mich., on March 17-19. The three-day event, hosted in Little Caesars Arena, was controlled by Penn State from start to finish as the Lions maintained a lead in the team race after each session and clinched their 10th overall title before the final session began Saturday night. The championship is the ninth for head coach Cael Sanderson, moving him into third place alone on the all-time list for coaching titles in NCAA history. As a team, Penn State’s 10 crowns is also third all-time. Penn State roared away from the competition, outdistancing second-place Michigan by nearly 40 points. Penn State won with 131.5 points while Michigan was second with 95.0. Iowa was third with 74.0. Penn State’s 131.5 team points is the sixth-highest in Nittany Lion history (146.5 is the record, set in 2017).