Boynton, Murphy and Rosario have been major contributors to the team's success. Donovan recognized them again with 2:18 remaining when he called time out and took them out of the game. Murphy finished with 10 points and six rebounds. Rosario had five points, three assists and two rebounds.
The loudest ovation came as they climbed the ladder and took aim at the net.
"It was up to Coach and he came up to us and said, 'Do you guys want to?'" Murphy said. "Of course we want to. That was something special, too, in itself. I haven't done that in my college career and it was a great feeling."
Fans chanted "one more year, one more year" as Young, a junior, climbed the ladder. He smiled and later said he hadn't made up his mind about turning pro.
"I'm really excited to get that ring," said Young, who had 10 points in the first half. "I got it my freshman year and that thing was nice. I want one that looks even better this time."