Maryland forward Robert Carter (4) grabs a rebound against Hawaii forward Michael Thomas during the second half of a second-round men's college basketball game in the NCAA Tournament in Spokane, Wash., Sunday, March 20, 2016. Maryland won 73-60. (AP Photo/Young Kwak)

Maryland forward Robert Carter (4) grabs a rebound against Hawaii forward Michael Thomas during the second half of a second-round men’s college basketball game in the NCAA Tournament in Spokane, Wash., Sunday, March 20, 2016. Maryland won 73-60. (AP Photo/Young Kwak)

(Updated 3/21/2016) Sophomore guard Melo Trimble scored a game-high 24 points to lead the No. 5 seed Maryland Terrapins to a 73-60 victory over No. 13 Hawaii in the second round of the South Region of the NCAA Tournament on March 20 in Spokane, Wash.

With the win, Maryland (27-8) advanced to the Sweet 16 and will face No. 1 seed Kansas on March 24 in Louisville, Kent.

Trimble was a complete floor general for the Terrapins, not only engineering their offense, but leading them on defense and on the boards. He scored 24 points, making 13 of 14 free throws, and also snagged eight rebounds. Junior forward Robert Carter was the only player from Maryland to grab more boards than Trimble, with nine.

Maryland led by just one point at halftime with the score at 28-27, but built a double-digit lead in the second half. Four players scored at least double digits for the Terrapins, including senior guard Rasheed Sulaimon and freshman center Diamond Stone, who both finished with 14 points; senior forward Jake Layman added 10 points.

Junior forward Michael Thomas led Hawaii with 19 points.

In other NCAA Men’s Tourney action Sunday:

– No. 1 Oregon defeated No. 8 St. Joseph’s, 69-64

– No. 7 Wisconsin upset No. 2 Xavier, 66-63

– No. 3 Texas A&M defeated No. 11 Northern Iowa, 92-88

– No. 10 Syracuse beat No. 15 Middle Tennessee, 75-50

– No. 2 Oklahoma edged No. 10 VCU, 85-80

– No. 6 Notre Dame survived No. 14 Stephen F Austin, 76-75

–  No. 2 Villanova handled No. 7 Iowa, 87-68

On Saturday:

– No. 3 Miami beat No. 11 Wichita State, 65-57

– No. 4 Duke beat No. 12 Yale, 71-64

– No. 5 Indiana beat No. 4 Kentucky, 71-64

– No. 4 Iowa State crushed Arkansas Little Rock, 78-61

– No. 1 Virginia beat No. 9 Butler, 77-69

– No. 1 Kansas beat No. 9 UCONN, 73-61

– No. 11 Gonzaga upset No. 3 Utah, 82-59

– No.1 UNC blasted No. 9 Providence, 85-66