Harvard 68, New Mexico 62: Wesley Saunders scored 18 points and the 14th-seeded Crimson shocked the third-seeded Lobos in an NCAA Tournament second-round game in Salt Lake City, Utah.Laurent Rivard made five 3-pointers and scored 17 points, Christian Webster finished with 11 points and Kenyatta Smith had 10 points and seven rebounds in leading Harvard (20-9) to its first NCAA Tournament win in program history. The Crimson advanced to play sixth-seeded Arizona on Saturday.Alex Kirk, a 7-foot sophomore center for New Mexico, used his size advantage to record 22 points and 12 rebounds and 6-9 junior forward Cameron Bairstow finished with 15 points and nine rebounds for New Mexico (29-6), which is still seeking its first Sweet Sixteen berth.Rivard's fifth 3-pointer gave Harvard a 55-53 lead with 6:16 remaining and the Crimson tacked on four more points to go ahead by six. The Lobos got back within four on two occasions, but Harvard shot 5-for-8 from the free throw line in the final 56 seconds to hold on. New Mexico got off to a rough start, missing 11 of its first 12 field-goal attempts. The Lobos came back to tie the score twice in the first half, but Harvard ultimately took a 31-27 lead into the break. GAME NOTEBOOK: Harvard is the 17th No. 14 seed to knock off the No. 3 seed, the last was Ohio's win against Georgetown in 2010. New Mexico coach Steve Alford was a guard on the 1986 Indiana team that was upset by 14th-seeded Cleveland State in the opening round. … Rivard made his first 3-point attempt of the game to give him 75 on the season and break the program record set by Kevin Rogus in 2003-04. … Harvard improved to 15-1 this season when leading at halftime.