A statistical breakdown of the fourth day of the NCAA men’s basketball tournament:
1: Three-pointer made by fifth-seeded Maryland in 18 attempts, yet the Terrapins beat No. 13 Hawaii in a South Region game.
1: Regional No. 1 seed playing on Sunday. Oregon, tops in the West Region, beats ninth-seeded St. Joseph’s 69-64.
3: Coaches with the most Sweet 16 appearances are going there again.
6: Atlantic Coast Conference teams in the Sweet 16, the most ever for one conference.
6: Teams with double-digit seeds that played Sunday, including No. 10 Syracuse vs. No. 15 Middle Tennessee State in the Midwest Region.
6: Three-pointers made by Wisconsin’s Bronson Koenig.
10: Assists for Northern Iowa’s Wes Washpun, the most by any player Sunday.
10: Seed in the Midwest region for Syracuse, which was the worst-seeded team to win Sunday and reach the Sweet 16.
13: Games this season that Oklahoma’s Buddy Hield has hit at least five three-pointers, which is three better than any other Division I player this season.
13: Career games in which Oklahoma’s Buddy Hield has scored at least 30 points, tied for best in Big 12 history.
15: Rebounds for Notre Dame’s Zach Auguste, the most by any player Sunday.
21: Consecutive victories by 14th-seeded Stephen F. Austin, the longest win streak in the nation, before Sunday’s 76-75 loss to No. 6-seed Notre Dame in the East Region.
24: Years since a No. 2 seed lost on a buzzer-beater.
25: Point margin in Syracuse’s win over Middle Tennessee State, the highest in Sunday’s action.
36: Points for Oklahoma’s Buddy Hield and Northern Iowa’s Jeremy Morgan, which led all scorers Sunday.
92: Points scored by No. 3 seed Texas A&M in a four-point, West Region win over No. 11 Northern Iowa, the most scored by all teams Sunday.