Quebec basketball player Quichon Barthelemy contributed to his team’s victory, the University of Colorado Buffalo, Saturday at the famous March Madness tournament.
A native of Montreal, Bartelly scored six points plus providing four assists in Buffalo’s 96-73 win over Georgetown Hoyas.
Barthelemy used less than 12 minutes during this attacking festival, seeing some of his teammates win on the field, including Jabari Walker, who led Colorado with 24 points.
The Buffaloes, which advanced to the second round of the US College Basketball Championship, were favorites to beat Hoyas. Colorado club is considered the fifth seed in the Eastern Division.
In the next round, Barthelemy and his colleagues had an appointment, on Monday, with the Seminoles at Florida State University (FSU). The Seminoles ranked fourth in this portion of the table, beating UNC Greensboro on Saturday with a score of 64-54.
The Michigan Wolverines, a East favorite, didn’t have to press hard to advance to the next round. They beat the Texas Southern Tigers, the top four survivors, with a score of 82 to 66.
Michael Withers was still cited in this defeat by scoring 24 points. The Wolverines led 18 points for Mike Smith and 16 points for Hunter Dickinson.
The Blue Jays of Creighton (5) on their side had some consternation against Gauchos of the University of California Santa Barbara (12), who followed them throughout the meeting. The favorites finally won, with a score of 63-62, thanks to two successful free throws from Christian Bishop in the final moments of the match.