Dayton, OH (Sports Network) - Tyrone Garland led four players in double
figures with 22 points on 9-of-11 from the field, as La Salle used a hot-
shooting performance to dispatch Boise State, 80-71, in first-round action of
the NCAA Tournament on Wednesday.
Ramon Galloway totaled 21 points, four rebounds and four assists for the
Explorers (22-9), who waited 21 years for another crack at the NCAA Tournament
and didn't disappoint thanks to a 63.3 percent effort from the floor.
Sam Mills drained five three-pointers en route to 15 points and Jerrell Wright
added 13 with six rebounds.
The first of three Philadelphia-based programs to take the floor became the
first to advance, winning their first tourney game since 1990 and earning a
shot at fourth-seeded Kansas State in the West Region on Friday.
Anthony Drmic's game-high 28 points -- including five shots from beyond the
arc -- wasn't enough for the Broncos (21-11). Derrick Marks had 14 points,
seven boards and five assists, while Ryan Watkins contributed 10 points in
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