Mar 10, 2014, 10:05 PM EST
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CAA regular season champion Delaware knocked off No. 3 seed William & Mary in a 75-74 thriller on Monday night, locking up their first NCAA tournament bid since 1999.
Carl Baptiste was the hero for the Blue Hens, scoring 22 points and hitting the game-winning shot with just over ten seconds left.
Delaware was up double-figures at one point in the second half, but the Tribe made a push to take a 74-68 lead with a minute left.
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