West Regional Semifinal: (7) Florida 68 – (3) Marquette 58

03/23/2012

PHOENIX, AZ – Bradley Beal scored 21 points as Florida advanced to the Elite Eight with a 68-58 win over third-seeded Marquette.

The seventh-seeded Gators advance to the regional final for the second straight year. They’ll play Louisville Saturday in the West Regional Final.

Jae Crowder led Marquette with 15 points in defeat.

Dave Sims and Bill Frieder called the action on the Westwood One Radio Network.

(Casey Prather finishes the alley oop to put Florida up 21-20)

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(Todd Mayo’s three puts Marquette up 28-27)

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(Patric Young puts the Gators up two with a dunk)

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(Bradley Beal hits from deep for a 46-34 lead)

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(Mayo gets Marquette within six late)

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(Erving Walker’s three puts the Gators up 61-52)

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