ANAHEIM, Calif. (AP) -Stanford coach Trent Johnson was ejected in the first half of the Cardinal's NCAA tournament game against Marquette on Saturday after getting two technical fouls.
Johnson drew the technicals in quick succession after officials called Stanford's Lawrence Hill for a foul on Marquette's Lazar Hayward.
Johnson glared at the officials before walking past the Marquette bench and into a tunnel as Golden Eagles fans jeered.
Wesley Matthews hit all four free throws awarded for the technicals to give the Golden Eagles a 29-24 lead.
Assistant Doug Oliver took over for Johnson.
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