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The Stephen F Austin Lumberjacks’ journey in the Southland Basketball Tournament comes to an end with a, 77-69, loss to Texas A&M-Corpus Christi Islanders. Photos by Andre Brooks

New Orleans Privateers become Southland Conference Champions by defeating, 68-65, Texas A&M-Corpus Christi Islanders in OT; setting course towards the next horizon, the NCAA Tournament. Photos by Francisco Casillas

 Texas Southern Lady Tigers tramples, 68-54, Alabama State Lady Hornets. Punching their ticket to the Southwestern Athletic Women’s Basketball Tournament.  Photos by Francisco Casillas

Alcorn State Braves bullies themselves into the Southwestern Athletic Men’s Tournament Finals with a, 81-59, win over the Southern Jaguars. Photos by Francisco Casillas SWA

On the second day of the Southland Men’s Basketball Tournament, the Stephen F. Austin Lumberjacks hacked the Lamar Cardinals’ hopes of advancing with a, 75-59, victory. The Lumberjacks advance to the quarterfinals, where they’ll dace the No. 2 seed, the Islanders of Texas A&M-Corpus Christi.  Photos by Matt Flora

The Cowgirls of McNeese State University outdrew the Colonels of Nicholls State University on their showdown of the Southland Conference Women’s Basketball Tournament. McNeese State, 79-58, win entails them to advance to the next round where they’ll face the Ladyjacks of Stephen F. Austin University.  Photos by Matt Flora

Lamar Cardinals routs, 77-65, the Southeastern Louisiana Lions in the Southland Conference Men’s Basketball Tournament. Lamar advances onto the next round, facing the Lumberjacks of Stephen F. Austin. Photos by Matt Flora

Ohio duo Twenty One Pilots took over Houston during their free performance during Final Four’s March Madness Music Festival at Discovery Green Saturday. Could you turn up the volume please? These windows make it hard to hear. #twentyonepilots pic.twitter.com/VlzJnOaqjH — Logan Tonini (@LoganTonini) April 3, 2016 Once a red mic …

The Villanova Wildcats defeat the Oklahoma Sooners by the largest margin of victory in Final Four history, 95-51. Villanova’s Josh Hart scored 23 points, while Oklahoma star Buddy Hield had only 9. Photos by Andre Brooks

The North Carolina Tar Heels put an end to the Syracuse Orange’s miraculous run and advance to the National Championship after an 83-66 victory. “As far as what I feel about this year, I’m more satisfied than I’ve ever been in any year that I’ve ever coached, with the possible …