No. 15 Princeton stuns Missouri in March Madness to achieve Sweet 16

The Princeton Tigers proved their win over the second-seeded Arizona Wildcats on Thursday wasn’t a fluke.

Princeton, a No. 15 seed, stored its NCAA Tournament Cinderella story alive with a 78-63 victory over the seventh-seeded Missouri Tigers on Saturday evening in a second-round South Region sport in Sacramento, Calif. to advance to the Sweet 16.

Ryan Langborg, who scored a game-high 22 factors, goes up for a layup throughout Princeton’s 78-63 upset win over Missouri.

Princeton fans celebrate during their team's victory.
Princeton followers have fun throughout their crew’s victory.

Senior guard Ryan Langborg led the Tigers (23-8) with 22 factors and sophomore guard  Blake Peters chipped in with 17 factors off the bench.

Senior guard DeAndre Gholston led Missouri (15-10) with 19 factors. Junior ahead Nick Carter poured in 14 factors and senior guard Kobe Brown added 12 factors for the Tigers.