Price actually had 56 in that game.
http://www.nba.com/playerfile/brent_price/bio.htmlonce rang up 56 points against Loyola-Marymount in a performance that included an NCAA-record 11-of-19 effort from three-point range.
Also thought you guys would be interested in this, I sort of stumbled across it by accident through google, interestingly enough it is from the Enquirer. It is the 50 things we love about March Madness:
Here is a sample:
27. Neutral sites. Not since John Wooden's Bruins cut down the nets in LA in 1972 has a team won a title in its home city. Nothing says NCAA Tournament quite like a first-round Boston College-BYU matchup in Boise.
28. Jerry Tarkanian's towel
29. Chris Webber's timeout
30. Keith Smart's swish from the corner
31. Danny Ainge's drive
32. Rumeal Robinson's free throws
33. Christian Laettner's turnaround jumper. He catches Grant Hill's fullcourt pass, he twists, he shoots ... he scores, beating Kentucky 104-103 in double-overtime.
34. Loyola Marymount 149, Michigan 115, 1990. Jeff Fryer hit 11 of 15 3-pointers in the highest-scoring game in tournament history.