JOE KAY
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Saint Mary’s, NC A&T move on from NCAA First Four

DAYTON, Ohio — Saint Mary’s had a big concern coming into the NCAA tournament’s First Four. Its career scoring leader suddenly couldn’t hit a shot. Matthew Dellavedova hit his first two from behind the arc Tuesday night, and the tournament got its first big night by a dominant guard. The Australian star emerged from his slump and scored 22 points for a 67-54 victory over Middle Tennessee in the tournament’s second game. The 11th-seeded Gaels (28-6) make a quick trip to Auburn Hills, Mich., to play sixth-seeded Memphis on Thursday. They’ve got a lot of confidence with their point guard …

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