Miami (18-10, 4-10) at N. Carolina (15-14, 4-10)
8 p.m., WJZY-TV (Ch. 46)
Because it's senior night, it will interesting to see who starts for North Carolina. Former walk-on Marc Campbell - who is on scholarship - could be introduced in place of point guard Larry Drew II. Or there's the possibility, starting shooting Marcus Ginyard said with a smile, that he could talk Roy Williams into shifting him to center, the only position he's never played for the Tar Heels. Former North Carolina standout Donald Williams, the most outstanding player of the 1993 Final Four, will have his jersey honored tonight. -- Robbi Pickeral
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Queens (13-14) at Pfeiffer (17-9)
7 p.m., Merner Gym
This Conference Carolinas tournament quarterfinal game matches the fifth-seed Royals against the No.4 Falcons. Pfeiffer swept the teams' regular-season games, including a wild 120-106 game in January. Today's winner will play the winner of tonight's game between top-seeded Mount Olive and No. 8 Coker on Friday. -- David Scott
Liberty (15-15) at Winthrop (16-13)
7 p.m., Winthrop Coliseum
The Eagles - seeded third in the Big South tournament - hit a rough spot at the end of the regular season, losing their final two games after running up a eight-game conference winning streak. Winthrop won both regular-season games against the Flames. -- D.S.
Georgia Tech (19-9, 7-7) at Clemson (20-8, 8-6)
8 p.m.., WMYT-TV (Ch. 55)
The Tigers are in position to lock down a first-round bye in next week's ACC tournament, but first they'll have to beat the Yellow Jackets. There's still a Sunday trip to Wake Forest looming, but a win against Georgia Tech, which has struggled on the road, will go a long way toward stabilizing the Tigers' postseason plans. -- Ron Green Jr.