ATLANTA (AP) - Sister Jean and the Loyola Ramblers are headed to the Final Four.
The Wildcats seek their second Final Four berth in three years against the Red Raiders, and can set an NCAA Division I record for most three-point baskets in a season.
Villanova's point guard is racking up national player of the year awards.
The 1987-88 Temple Owls, the top seed in the NCAA tournament, lost in the Elite 8. Only now does Mike Vreeswyk, a star on that team, understand what the experience meant to him and John Chaney.
The Wildcats will be playing another fine defensive team from the Big 12 and if they can get by the Red Raiders, they will earn their second Final Four in three years.
The Red Raiders are in the Elite Eight for the first time.
West Virginia committed a bunch of fouls early in the second half and Villanova took advantage of it.
South Carolina holds off upstart Buffalo, while Connecticut turns back longtime rival Duke in the Elite Eight of the women's NCAA tournament.
A big second half effort by Villanova got the Wildcats past West Virginia into the Elite Eight.
OMAHA, Neb. (AP) - For the third year in a row, Kansas made it through the Sweet 16 - although not before Clemson tried its hardest to add another wild chapter to an already unbelievable tournament.
Brunson and Carter, the leaders of their respective teams, will be the focus as the No. 1 seed Wildcats seek to advance in the NCAA tournament against the No. 5 Mountaineers.
The Mountaineers could be playing with fire but will play the way they play against the top-seeded Wildcats.
Scottie Reynolds' legendary game-winner in Boston put the Wildcats in the 2009 Final Four. Nothing has been the same since for them or the Panthers.