Ohio, Cincinnati and Xavier all won on Sunday to join Ohio State in the NCAA basketball tournament round of 16. Top-seeded North Carolina and Michigan State also won to advance to the regional semi-finals. Here’s a full recap of the day’s action in the NCAA tournament:

Midwest Regional

North Carolina 87 — Creighton 73
After sustaining a wrist injury in the ACC tournament, John Henson returned to record 13 points, 10 rebounds and four blocked shots as North Carolina beat Creighton 87-73 in the third round of the NCAA tournament’s Midwest Regional in Greensboro, N.C. The victory allowed the top-seeded Tar Heels (31-5) to advance to play Ohio in the round of 16 in St. Louis on Friday. However, North Carolina’s championship dreams suffered a blow when point guard Kendall Marshall left the game after sustaining a fractured wrist. He is out for the remainder of the tournament. Doug McDermott scored 20 points to lead the eighth-seeded Bluejays (29-6).

Ohio 62 – South Florida 56
Walter Offutt scored 21 points and Ohio beat South Florida 62-56 in the third round of the NCAA tournament’s Midwest Regional in Nashville. The 13th-seeded Bobcats (29-7) advanced to play North Carolina in the round of 16 in St. Louis on Friday. Victor Rudd Jr. and Anthony Collins scored 13 points each for the 12th-seeded Bulls (22-14).

Kansas 63 — Purdue 60
Elijah Johnson scored 18 points, including a late go-ahead basket, and Kansas beat Purdue 63-60 in the third round of the NCAA tournament’s Midwest Regional in Omaha, Neb. Thomas Robinson had 11 points and 13 rebounds for the second-seeded Jayhawks (29-6), who, despite trailing most of the game, advanced to play N.C. State in the round of 16 in St. Louis on Friday. Robbie Hummel scored 26 points to lead the 10th-seeded Boilermakers (22-13).

N.C. State 66 — Georgetown 63
Lorenzo Brown hit three key free throws in the final 10 seconds and North Carolina State beat Georgetown 66-63 in the third round of the NCAA tournament’s Midwest Regional in Columbus, Ohio. C.J. Williams, Scott Wood and C.J. Leslie each had 14 points to lead N.C. State. The 11th-seeded Wolfpack (24-12) advanced to play Kansas in the round of 16 in St. Louis on Friday. Hollis Thompson led the third-seeded Hoyas (24-9) with 23 points.

East Regional

Cincinnati 62 — Florida State 56
Dion Dixon made a key steal and dunk late to push his team ahead, and Cincinnati beat Florida State 62-56 in the third round of the NCAA tournament’s East Regional in Nashville. The sixth-seeded Bearcats (26-10) advanced to play Ohio State in the round of 16 in Boston on Thursday. Sean Kilpatrick led Cincinnati with 18 points, while Luke Loucks led the third-seeded Seminoles (25-10) with 14 points in the loss

West Regional

Florida 84 — Norfolk St. 50
Kenny Boynton scored 20 points and Florida routed Norfolk State 84-50 on Sunday in the third round of the NCAA tournament’s West Regional in Omaha, Neb. The seventh-seeded Gators’ 25-0 run in the first half all but assured the victory. Florida (25-10) advanced to play Marquette in the round of 16 in Phoenix on Thursday. The 15th-seeded Spartans (26-10), who upset Missouri on Friday, were led in defeat by Marcos Tamares’ 12 points and five rebounds.

Michigan State 65 — Saint Louis 61
Draymond Green had 16 points and 13 rebounds and Michigan State beat Saint Louis 65-61 in the third round of the NCAA tournament’s West Regional in Columbus, Ohio. The top-seeded Spartans (29-7) advanced to play Louisville in the round of 16 in Phoenix on Thursday. Keith Appling, whose late 3-pointer put Michigan State in a position to win, added 19 points for the Spartans. The ninth-seeded Billikens (26-8) were led by Kwamain Mitchell’s 13 points.

South Regional

Xavier 70 — Lehigh 58
Center Kenny Frease scored a career-high 25 points and added 12 rebounds, as Xavier beat Lehigh 70-58 in the third round of the NCAA tournament’s South Regional in Greensboro, N.C. Tu Holloway added 21 points for the Musketeers, as 10th-seeded Xavier (22-12) advanced to play Baylor in the round of 16 in Atlanta on Friday. Lehigh, which upset No. 2 seed Duke on Friday, didn’t make a basket for more than six minutes in the second half. Mackey McKnight had 20 points for the 15th-seeded Mountain Hawks (27-7), who shot just 5-of-34 from the field after halftime.