Darrun Hilliard, Villanova's leading three-point shooter during the regular season, will be a contestant in the three-point- shooting competition to be held Thursday night in Indianapolis in conjunction with the Final Four.
The contest will take place in Butler's Hinkle Fieldhouse, the same building in which Hilliard knocked down a career-high eight threes in a Feb. 14 win for the Wildcats.
Hilliard also will participate Friday in a college all-star game at Lucas Oil Stadium along with teammate JayVaughn Pinkston and Temple's Will Cummings.
Harvey enters draft
Eastern Washington guard Tyler Harvey, the nation's leading scorer this season, will skip his senior season and make himself available for the NBA draft.
Harvey, a redshirt junior from Torrance, Calif., averaged 23.1 points per game and led the nation in three-point shots made while helping the Eagles to a 26-9 record and the school's first NCAA tournament appearance since 2004.
West Virginia 66, Temple 58, OT -
The Owls got 15 points from senior Tyonna Williams, but it wasn't enough as Temple lost to the Mountaineers in overtime in an NIT semifinal in Morgantown, W.Va.
Temple finished the season at 20-17.
"I'm proud of my team, and I'm proud of the way they fought tonight," coach Tonya Cardoza said. "We let the game slip away, but I know this whole experience will help this program in the future."