NCAA Weekly Highlights

New Year, Same Level of School Pride

2022 is here, and that means March Madness will be here before you know it! So that’s why Campus Wardrobe challenges you to make your New Years' resolution about wearing more NCAA sports gear and showing your pride for the team.

We make it easy to cheer on your school with our officially licensed collegiate tees, hoodies, and crewnecks in various designs like our Game Day style or Athletic. We also highly recommend our Basketball design style shirts with a one-of-a-kind design of your university’s name, logo, and a cool-looking outline of basketball lines. Feel free to try our massive collection of hats, beanies, and shorts as well.

Not only does Campus Wardrobe merchandise add a sporty touch to your college wardrobe, but the impeccable quality material also means you can wear them to the game again and again! Sports fans, college athletes, students, and other team-spirited men and women can join in on the fun with our selection of officially licensed W Republic designs.

Get your team spirit on and dress up for the upcoming NCAA basketball games that will be happening across the nation!

NCAA Basketball Highlights for January

Campus Wardrobe has merch for the following schools/NCAA BB teams: Ohio University Bobcats, United States Military Academy Army Black Knights, Kent State University The Golden Eagles,Liberty University Flames, University of Toledo Rockets, Seton Hall University Pirates, Marquette University Golden Eagles, Drexel University Dragons, Alabama State University Hornets, and SUNY Binghamton University Bearcats.

Ohio University

  • Tuesday night, January 4, was a success for the Bobcats as they captured a 69-point win against the University of Akron Zips, who got 63 points. While Zips lost their six-game winning streak, Ohio won its sixth game in a row.
  • Jason Carter had 19 points, and player Ben Vander Plas added 11 points to the final score.

United States Military Academy

  • Army beat Bucknell 96-89.
  • Jalen Rucker scored 21 points whereas Aaron Duhart scored 20, Josh Caldwell had 16, and Charlie Peterson added 13 points.

Kent State University

  • The game against Ball State was a tough one, as the game was tied four times in the final three minutes.
  • However, with ten seconds left, Justyn Hamilton put back an offensive rebound, giving the win to Kent at 66-65.

Liberty University

  • Playing against Stetson on Tuesday night, Liberty beat them 75-59 during the ASUN Conference opener.
  • Darius McGhee and Shiloh Robinson scored 16 points.

University of Toledo

  • Central Michigan was easily defeated by Toledo 82-54.
  • Ryan Rollins and Ra’Heim Moss helped in snapping Toledo’s four-game losing streak with 21 and 13 points, respectively.

Seton Hall University

  • 24 Seton Hall beat Butler 71-56.
  • Jared Rhoden scored 17 points, whereas Alexis Yetna had 14.

Marquette University

  • Marquette redeemed itself in the game against No. 16 Providence, winning 88-65 and, as a result, snapping the Friars’ eight-game winning streak.
  • Star player Justin Lewis had a career-high 23 points and 11 rebounds.

Drexel University

  • On Monday night, January 2, Drexel narrowly beat Towson 65-61.
  • Mae Okros contributed 15 points, and Terry Nolan Jr. made a 3-pointer with 1:44 left in the game.

Alabama State University

  • In the Southwestern Athletic Conference opener, Alabama State won 84-75 on Monday night against Mississippi Valley State.
  • Isaiah Range had 16 points, E.J. Clark had 14, and DJ Jackson added 10 points.

SUNY Binghamton University

  • Binghamton won 68-63 in an American East Conference opener with UMass Lowell.
  • Both players, Jacob Falko and Tyler Bertram, scored 20 points each.

Will March Madness and the Final Four Tournaments Be Postponed Again This Year?

The NCAA men’s and women’s tournaments are scheduled to go on as planned in March and early April. The men’s Final Four is slated for New Orleans, while the women’s Final Four will be held in Minneapolis.

Dan Gavitt, NCAA senior vice president in charge of basketball, said, “We are certainly closely monitoring the unfortunate and sudden COVID spike and will consider any adjustments as necessary for the health, safety, and success of the championships. However, despite the current challenges we’re experiencing in college basketball, the solutions to these problems during this phase of the pandemic are likely quite different than the dramatic championship format changes we had to adopt last year.”

He adds, “I feel bad for the many teams that have been impacted with a pause and disrupted games so suddenly in just the last two weeks, yet the health and safety of student-athletes and coaches is rightly the primary concern… It seems likely that we will continue to experience game postponements for the next couple of weeks due to the Omicron variant.”

The 2022 NCAA March Madness tournament begins with the First Four games in Dayton, Ohio. Selection Sunday for the men's tournament is March 13.

Get the complete men's 2022 March Madness tournament schedule here.

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