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Minnesota Madness: Ex-Hopkins star Chambers leads Harvard to big upset

There are plenty of former Minnesota high school basketball stars playing in the NCAA Tournament. We’ll be tracking how they do throughout the Big Dance.

Siyani Chambers: Harvard — The freshman from Hopkins had 7 assists to pace the No. 14 seed Crimson to an upset over New Mexico.

Jonah Travis: Harvard — The sophomore from DeLaSalle scored 2 points off the bench. His younger brother, Reid, is currently dominating the boys basketball tournament in Minnesota.

Nate Wolters: South Dakota State — The senior from St. Cloud Tech struggled, finishing with just 10 points in a loss to Michigan.

Trent Lockett: Marquette — The junior from Hopkins, who transferred from Arizona State, led Marquette with 11 rebounds in a narrow victory over Davidson.

Carlos Emory: Oregon — The senior from Eastview finished with 12 points and 9 rebounds off the bench as Oregon upset Oklahoma State.

Mike Muscala: Bucknell — The senior from Roseville had 9 points and 10 rebounds in a loss to Butler.

Jordair Jett: St. Louis — The junior from St. Bernard’s led the Billikens with 7 assists in a win over New Mexico State.

Sam Dower: Gonzaga — The former Osseo center had 5 points to help the Bulldogs hold off Southern.

Jake White: Wichita State — The former Chaska forward played just six minutes in a win over Pittsburgh.




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