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[[WATCH>>STREAMS!]] Howard vs Wagner Live Free Online Broadcast 19 March 2024


What channel is the Wagner vs. Howard basketball game on today? | FREE live stream, time, TV, channel for NCAA Tournament First Four play-in game. Wagner face Howard in the first four play-in game on Tuesday, March 19, 2024 (3/19/2024) at University of Dayton Arena in Dayton, Ohio.


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Here’s how to livestream the March Madness kickoff game tonight as the Wagner Seahawks take on the Howard Bison

Here’s what you need to know:

What: First Four play-in game

Who: Wagner vs. Howard

When: Tuesday, March 19, 2024

Where: Dayton Arena

Time: 6:40 p.m.

TV: truTV

The pair of No. 16 seeds will play for the right to face No. 1 North Carolina in the West Region of the bracket in Thursday's first round.

The First Four began in 1999. It was originally one game. Now, it's four games. There are 32 automatic bids and 36 at large bids into the tournament. The four lowest-seeded teams from both avenues into the bracket play each other to trim the tournament from 68 to 64 teams.

Howard earned its automatic bid from the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference, with the Bison winning their conference tournament against Delaware State last Saturday, 70-67.

Jordan Hairston, who's averaging 6.1 points this year, exploded for 18 points against Delaware State, his second-highest single-game point total for the season. He went 4-of-7 from the field and made all seven free throws he attempted.

Wagner earned at automatic bid from the Northeast Conference tournament, defeating Merrimack in the final last Tuesday, 54-47.

The Seahawks have been playing only six players, and Tahron Allen led the way with 22 points in the final. He finished 8-of-16 from the field and grabbed seven rebounds. He and two other players played all 40 minutes of the game.

 The Wagner Seahawks and the Howard Bison are set to clash at 6:40 p.m. ET on Tuesday at University of Dayton Arena in a Northeast postseason contest. We saw both of these teams recently pull out wins they weren't expected to get, so we'll see who gives it right back.

Wagner waltzed into their matchup on Tuesday with two straight wins but they left with three. They walked away with a 54-47 victory over the Warriors. Winning is a bit easier when your shooting is a whole 15.1% better than the opposition, as Wagner's was.

Tahron Allen was the offensive standout of the match as he scored 22 points along with seven rebounds. Less helpful for Wagner was Melvin Council Jr.'s abysmal 0-5 three-point shooting.

Meanwhile, Howard waltzed into their match on Saturday with two straight wins but they left with three. They skirted past the Hornets 70-67.

Howard's win was the result of several impressive offensive performances. One of the most notable came from Jordan Hairston, who scored 18 points. Bryce Harris was another key contributor, scoring 16 points along with seven rebounds and four blocks.

The Seahawks' win was their third straight on the road, which pushed their record up to 16-15. Despite that those good results, the team's offense hasn't been rolling: across that stretch, they only averaged 60.0 points per game. As for the Bison, they are on a roll lately: they've won seven of their last eight games, which provided a nice bump to their 18-16 record this season.

Wagner is competing in only its second ever NCAA Tournament game. The last time the Seahawks made it to the tournament was back in 2003 when they faced Pittsburgh and lost, 87-61, in the first round.

The Seahawks' run to the Big Dance is anything but probable, as head coach Donald Copeland has led this shorthanded team with only seven healthy players to a Northeast Conference (NEC) title and an automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament.

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