In one of the biggest upsets since the NCAA tournament began seeding its teams in 1979, unranked and unheralded Santa Clara stunned Arizona, 64-61, in the first round of the 1993 West Regional.
The 15th seeded Broncos, champions of the West Coast Conference, fell behind by 13 points in the second half before mounting an improbable comeback. Led by freshman guard, Steve Nash, Santa Clara survived four missed free throws in the final eight seconds.
When Damon Stoudamire's desperation 3-pointer hit the back of the rim with one second left, Arizona had joined 1991 Syracuse in the ranks of March futility.
"I'm proud of the way our players handled the adversity tonight. They didn't panic. I did, but they didn't." -Dick Davey