A year after one Hansbrough won the NCAA title, another went out in the first-round of the tournament.
North Carolina's Tyler closed out his career with a win; Notre Dame's Ben has another year left after Thursday's 51-50 loss to Old Dominion, although through no fault of his own.
Psycho B, a 6-3 guard, had a game-high 17 points, six rebounds and three assists in a losing effort for the Irish. He also went 7-for-13 from the floor and 3-for-8 from 3-point range.
Most of his 17 came in the first two-thirds of the game, until Old Dominion dropped into a 3-2 zone.
"They went to that 3-2 and got right out on us," Hansbrough said. "They mixed up their defenses and we just couldn't hit outside shots."
Third in scoring for Notre Dame at 11.8 points per game going into Thursday, he has another year of eligibility left after transferring from Mississippi State.