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

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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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