Carson Edwards failed to bring Purdu into the final four on Saturday night as his third row of boilers collapsed to 1 Virginia 80-75 seed in the sequel to the South Regional Final in Louisville, Kentucky.
Edwards finished with 42 points and was 10-for-19 beyond the rainbow, breaking the 3-point record in the NCAA tournament. His 28 3 games in four games surpassed the previous record of the 27th by Glenn Rice of Michigan in 1989. Rice's record was achieved in six games.
"I just had a good rhythm, I felt good to me, the many pictures I received felt good to me," said Edwards. "It just did not look the way we wanted it, but for the most part it felt good."
Carson Edwards says he had a good rhythm in 42
Among other remarkable achievements in Edwards' losing efforts: Edwards, who also scored 42 points against Villaman in the Second Round the first player with a few 40 matches in an NCAA tournament after Bo Kimball by Loyola Merimount in 1990.
He finished the record for the most points in Elite Eight or a later game after the tournament expanded. 1985, coinciding 42-year-old Kimball in the loss of Elite Eight since 1990 on UNLV. From then until the end of the tournament there were only three matches of 40 points
Edwards finished this tournament with 139 points in four games tied for the ninth highest average for one tournament and the highest of Kimball. 35.8 in 1990.
He is the first player in the history of NCAA tournaments to produce several games with eight or more 3 points. Edwards previously recorded nine against Vilyanova.
He is only the fourth player to record 10 3s in the NCAA Tournament, joining Loyola Marymount (1990), Roburt Sallie (Memphis, 2009) and Freddie Banks (UNLV, 1987) and came to one of Friar's binding record of 11.
Edwards 139 points in four games are the second most since the tournament expanded to 64 teams in 1985, behind only Kimball from 143 in 1990  He is the eighth player in the history of NCAA tournaments. to record five consecutive 25 points and the first to do so after Stephen Curry in 2008. Jerry West (West Virginia, 1960) holds the record eight times in a row.
As a team, Purdue recorded a 54-point tournament for the year 2019, the second most in the first four games behind the 56-year-old Loyola Merimount in 1990
All statistics and records from ESPN Stats & Information .