March Madness 2010: Scores, Recaps & More From Day 2

05/19/2010 05:12 am ET | Updated May 25, 2011

March Madness wrapped up its second day of the 2010 Tournament Friday night, and in just two days the field has been narrowed from 64 teams to 32. While Friday's action did not have as many dramatic upsets as Thursday, there were several smaller upsets -- and one conference got its first win in twelve years. Scroll down for complete coverage.

  • 12-seed Cornell upset Temple, becoming the first Ivy League team to win a Tournament game since 1998.
  • Purdue resisted a late charge from 13-seed Siena, prevailing 72-64.
  • Another 4-seed, the Wisconsin Badgers, barely held on against Wofford.
  • Pitt easily took care of Oakland, 89-66.
  • Missouri took down 7-seed Clemson, 86-78.
  • Texas A&M sank 12-seed Utah State, 69-53.
  • Gonzaga got off to a fast start against Florida State, and the 8-seed Bulldogs held on to win.
  • 10-seed Georgia Tech edged Oklahoma State in Milwaukee.
  • Michigan State narrowly avoided what would have been a big upset to 12-seed New Mexico State.
  • 1-seed Duke obliterated Arkansas-Pine Bluff, 73-44.
  • Ohio State sent home 15-seed UC Santa Barbara, 68-51.
  • Cal took advantage of a big start to beat Louisville by 15.
  • Syracuse, the other 1-seed playing today, took care of business against Vermont.
  • In the final game of the first round, Maryland defeated Houston.
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