In 2011, Butler upsets top-seeded Pittsburgh, 71-70, in one of the wackiest finishes in NCAA tournament history. See more sports moments from this date:
1950 — Babe Didrikson Zaharias shoots a record 298 and beats Clair Doran by eight strokes to capture the U.S. Women's Open.
Babe Zaharias, right, and Claire Doran of Cleveland, Ohio, congratulate each other at the Women's Titleholders golf tournament at Augusta National Course in August, Ga. on March 19, 1950.
1960 — Ohio State wins the NCAA basketball title with a 75-55 victory against California.
Forward Bill McClintock of California, center right, tips the ball in for two points in brisk action in the second half of an NCAA final in the Cow Palace, March 20, 1960, San Francisco, Calif.
1966 — Brigham Young beats New York University 97-84 for the NIT championship.
Craig Raymond of Brigham Young, 55, beats NYU's Charlie Silen, 42, to the rebound in first half of National Invitation Tournament Championship Game at Madison Square Garden in New York on March 19, 1966.
2006 — Tennessee's Candace Parker is the first woman to dunk in an NCAA tournament game, jamming one-handed on a breakaway 6:12 into the second-seeded Lady Vols' 102-54 victory against an Army team that was making its NCAA tournament debut.
2009 — Alex Ovechkin scores his NHL-leading 50th goal to become Washington's first three-time 50-goal scorer. He adds two assists in the Capitals' 5-2 victory over Tampa Bay.
2011 — Butler upsets top-seeded Pittsburgh, 71-70, in one of the wackiest finishes in NCAA tournament history. After Butler's Andrew Smith gives Butler the lead with 2.2 seconds to go, Shelvin Mack inexplicably runs into Pitt's Gilbert Brown as Brown tries a half-court desperation heave. Brown makes the first free throw to tie the score at 70 but misses the second, and Howard grabs the rebound only to be fouled even more inexplicably by Nasir Robinson with 0.8 seconds left.
Butler players, from left, Khyle Marshall, Matt Howard and Shawn Vanzant walk off the court after the Southeast Regional third-round NCAA tournament college basketball game against Pittsburgh, Saturday, March 19, 2011, at the Verizon Center in Washington. Butler defeated Pittsburgh 71-70. (AP Photo/Alex Brandon)
2011 — Omar Cummings becomes the first player in MLS history to score a goal in four consecutive season openers with a goal in the Colorado Rapids 3-1 victory over the expansion Portland Timbers.
2011 — Duke gives coach Mike Krzyzewski his 900th career victory, a 73-71 win over Michigan, and the Blue Devils advance to the round of 16 for the 12th time in 14 years.
2011 — Penn State, led by 184-pound champion Quentin Wright, wins its first NCAA wrestling title in 58 years by outpointing Cornell. In the opening match of the night, Arizona State's Anthony Robles takes a 7-1 decision from Iowa sophomore Matt McDonough. Robles, who was born without a right leg, has the only takedown in the first period of the match and works a pair of tilts to secure five back points.
Penn State's Quentin Wright, top, throws down Lehigh's Robert Hamlin during their 184-pound finals match, Saturday, March 19, 2011, at the NCAA Division I Wrestling Championships in Philadelphia. (AP Photo/Matt Slocum)
2012 — Top-seeded Connecticut holds Kansas State to an NCAA women's tournament record low for points in a game in a 72-26 second-round rout.
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