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Monday morning trivia -- NCAA Tournament

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The first weekend of the NCAA Tournament is complete and it might just be the best first weekend ever. Recency bias aside, the first four days were loaded with upsets and great games. There were half-court game winners and even the biggest final minute comeback in college basketball history.

Coming off that stretch of basketball, it only seems fitting to stick with the theme and dive into some NCAA Tournament trivia. For this week, the questions are focused on since the tournament grew to 64 teams in 1985.

No. 1 - Since the tournament expanded, what is the lowest seed to win a national title and who was the school?

No. 2 - Name the seven teams to win multiple tournaments since expansion.

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Baseball:

#14 UCLA Captures Fifth-Straight Win - UCLA Bruins Official Athletic Site | UCLABruins.com
The No. 14 UCLA Bruins defeated the Washington State Cougars, 11-2, to win their fifth-straight game and clinch the series sweep. This marks the eighth consecutive victory for UCLA over Washington State and the seventh-straight series victory over the Cougars.

Washington State Drops Series-Finale at No. 14 UCLA - Washington State University Official Athletic Site
Washington State received three hits from senior Patrick McGrath in an 11-2 defeat to No. 14 UCLA at Jackie Robinson Field Sunday afternoon.

Tennis:

No. 58 Cougars Flex Muscle in 6-1 Win over Colorado - Washington State University Official Athletic Site
Washington State captured five of six singles matches en route to its second-straight conference win as the No. 58 Cougars defeated Colorado, 6-1, Sunday morning at the WSU Outdoor Tennis Courts.