05/21/2010 05:12 am ET | Updated May 25, 2011

March Madness 2010: Scores, Recaps & More From Day 4

The fourth day of March Madness narrowed down what on Thursday was a field of 64 to just 16 contenders. While there weren't as many major upsets as Saturday, a third double-digit-seeded team advanced to next week's games -- and any Ivy League team made the Sweet 16 for the first time in more than 30 years.

  • Ohio State topped 10-seed Georgia Tech, 75-66.
  • 12-seed Cornell handily beat a higher-seeded opponent for the second time in three days. They are the first Ivy League team to crack the Sweet 16 since 1979.
  • Michigan State stunned Maryland at the buzzer, winning 85-83 in a game with an absolutely thrilling ending.
  • 2-seed West Virginia sent Missouri packing, 68-59.
  • 6-seed Xavier narrowly edged Pittsburgh, a 3-seed, 71-68.
  • 1-seed Duke, a team that fans love to hate, handily defeated Cal, 68-53.
  • It took an overtime to determine a winner, but Purdue outlasted Texas A&M in Spokane to become the final Sweet 16 member.