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1922 — Cornell wins the first IC4A indoor track meet held at the 2nd Regiment Armory in New York.
1947 — Harry Boykoff of St. John's sets a Madison Square Garden scoring record with 54 points in a 71-52 win over St. Francis, N.Y.
1958 — Manhattan upsets top-ranked West Virginia 89-84 in the first round of the NCAA Division I men's basketball tournament. Jack Powers leads the Jaspers with 29 points. Manhattan holds sophomore Jerry West to 10 points in the Mountaineers' second loss of the year.
1963 — Chicago Loyola blows out Tennessee Tech 111-42 for the largest margin of victory (69) in the history of the NCAA Division I men's basketball tournament.
1979 — St. John's and Penn post two of the biggest upsets ever in the NCAA tournament in the second round of the East regional in Raleigh, N.C. St. John's, the 40th and last team selected, beats No. 2 seed Duke 80-78, and Penn comes from behind to beat No. 1 seed North Carolina 72-71.
1979 — In the first period of a game between Los Angeles and Philadelphia, 372 penalty minutes are handed out. Randy Holt of the Kings is hit with nine penalties for a total of 67 minutes in the period (one minor, three majors, two 10-minute misconducts and three game misconducts). Marcel Dionne of the Kings scores his 50th goal of the season in the 6-3 loss to the Flyers.
1991 — Steffi Graf's streak of 186 weeks ranked as the No. 1 women's tennis player ends as she is replaced by Monica Seles.
2001 — Jana Kostelic, Croatia's 19-year-old skiing sensation, becomes the second youngest woman to win the overall World Cup title. She finishes 21st but captures the title when Renate Goetschl of Austria skied off the course in the first run in Are, Sweden.
2003 — The longest winning streak in women's Division I history ends at 70 games when No. 18 Villanova hands No. 1 Connecticut its first loss since the end of the 2001 season, 52-48 for the championship of the Big East Conference tournament.
2007 — Chris Simon of the New York Islanders is suspended for an NHL-record 25 games, missing the rest of the regular season and playoffs as punishment for his two-handed stick attack to the face of Ryan Hollweg.
2009 — Mike Singletary leads Texas Tech to the biggest rally in Big 12 tournament history, scoring all 29 of Texas Tech's points during a second-half surge that pushed the Red Raiders to a 88-83 win against the Aggies. The Red Raiders erase a 21-point deficit. Singletary, who outscored A&M 29-18 to give Tech the lead for the first time, finishes with 43 points.
2009 — Wesley Matthews scores 20 points and Marquette snaps a four-game losing streak by holding St. John's to a Big East tournament-record 10 points in the first half on the way to a 74-45 victory.
2010 — Joe Pavelski caps a four-point third period with the tiebreaking goal in the San Jose Sharks' 8-5 comeback victory over the Nashville Predators. The Sharks become the first team in NHL history to win three straight games in regulation when trailing after two periods.
2011 — Jimmer Fredette scores a career-high 52 points to lead No. 8 BYU to an 87-76 win over New Mexico in the Mountain West Conference semifinals. Fredette, who takes just one free throw, sinks 22 buckets, including seven 3-pointers. He breaks Danny Ainge's career scoring record at BYU and his 2,417 points also was a Mountain West Conference record.
2012 — Vanderbilt rallies past No. 1 Kentucky 71-64 in the Southeastern Conference tournament championship game, ending the Wildcats' 24-game winning streak. John Jenkins and Festus Ezeli both score 17 points for Vanderbilt, which last won the SEC tournament in 1951.
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