For the first time since 2003, the University of Maryland men’s basketball team is heading to the NCAA men’s basketball tournament’s Sweet 16, after a 73-60 victory over Hawaii Sunday night. Melo Trimble scored 24 points and had eight rebounds for No. 5 Maryland (27-8) while Diamond Stone added 14 points. The Maryland Terrapins face No. 1 Kansas next Thursday in the next round. Texas A&M beat Northern Iowa in double overtime to advance, while Wisconsin defeated Xavier with a three-point shot at the buzzer by junior guard Bronson Koenig. Top seed Oregon held off No. 8 seed St. Joseph’s with a 69-64 victory Sunday night.