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Pangos, Wiltjer, Pierre, Lyles, Brooks power 28 Canadians in the 2015 NCAA March Madness

Kevin Pangos Pangos Wiltjer Pierre Lyles Brooks Power 28 Canadians 2015 Ncaa March Madness
Kevin Pangos Pangos Wiltjer Pierre Lyles Brooks Power 28 Canadians 2015 Ncaa March Madness

NCAA Selection Sunday came and went and now we know the match-ups, players of all Canadians in the 2015 NCAA March Madness tournament.

Below is a list of the 28 Canadians and their 18 respective teams that will get a shot at the “One shinning moment” in their quest for NCAA National championship. For comparison purposes 2014 had 27 players on 18 teams.

Out of the total 28 players, sixteen are from Ontario, six from Quebec, two from British Columbia and additional representation across the country in Alberta, Nova Scotia and Saskatchewan.

East Regional – 10 Canadians

Dyshawn Pierre F | Junior | Ajax, Ont. – Dayton Flyers
Trey Lyles F | Freshman | Saskatoon, SK – Kentucky Wildcats
Dylan Ennis G  | Sophomore | Brampton, Ont. – Villanova Wildcats
Jarryn Skeete G | Junior | Brampton, Ont. – Buffalo Bulls
Rodell Wigginton G | Junior | Dartmouth, NS – Buffalo Bulls
Jake Newman G | Sophomore | Surrey, B.C – Lafayette Leopards
Marial Shayok G | Freshman | Ottawa, Ont. – Virginia Cavaliers
Dinjiyl Walker  G | Junior | Vaughan, Ont. – Oklahoma Sooners
Richard Peters C | Sophomore | Pickering Ont. – Albany Great Danes
Junior Lomomba G | Sophomore | Montreal QC. – Providence Friars

South Regional – 6 Canadians

Kevin Pangos G | Senior | Holland Landing, Ont. –  Gonzaga Bulldogs
Kyle Wiltjer F | Junior | Portland, Ore. – Gonzaga Bulldogs
Naz Long – G | Junior | Mississauga, Ont. – Iowa State Cyclones
Kevin Zabo G | Freshman | Gatineau, QC –  San Diego St. Aztecs
Dallin Bachynski C | Senior | Calgary, AB – Utah Utes
Dustin Triano G | Freshman | Vancouver, BC –  Gonzaga Bulldogs

Midwest Regional – 7 Canadians

Daniel Mullings G  | Senior | Toronto, Ont. – New Mexico State Aggies
Tevonn Walker G | Freshman | Montreal, QC – Valparaiso Crusaders
Max Joseph G | Freshman | Montreal, QC – Valparaiso Crusaders
Tanveer Bhullar C | Freshman | Toronto, Ont. – New Mexico State Aggies
Matt Taylor G | Freshman | Toronto, Ont. – New Mexico State Aggies
Jalyn Pennie G | Freshman | Toronto, Ont. – New Mexico State Aggies
Rashawn Browne  G | Freshman | Toronto, Ont. – New Mexico State Aggies

Must Read:  Kevin Pangos: The Next Gonzaga Bulldogs Canadian Import

West Regional – 5 Canadians

Dillon Brooks F | Freshman | Mississauga, Ont. – Oregon Ducks
Kenny Chery G | Senior | Montreal, QC – Baylor Bears
Agunwa Okolie G | Junior | Ajax, Ont. – Harvard Crimson
Chris Egi – F | Junior | Markham, Ont. – Harvard Crimson
Patrick Steeves G | Junior | Montreal, QC – Harvard Crimson

Provincial Breakdown

Ontario – 16
Quebec – 6
British Columbia – 2
Alberta – 1
Nova Scotia – 1
Saskatchewan – 1

Top Cities Breakdown

Toronto, Ont. – 6
Montreal, QC – 4
Mississauga, Ont. – 2
Ajax, Ont. – 2
Ottawa, Ont. – 1
Calgary, AB – 1

Class Breakdown

Freshman – 11
Sophomore – 4
Junior – 9
Senior – 3

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