March Madness started last night with two play in games with two more going tonight before the actual tournament begins on Thursday. Canada has seen more and more players playing NCAA basketball over the years and this year will see another strong contingent.
Gonzaga — Kevin Pangos, Holland Landing, Ont.; Kyle Wiltjer, Portland, Ore. (holds dual citizenship); Dustin Triano, Tsawwassen, B.C.
San Diego State — Kevin Zabo, Gatineau, Que.
Utah — Dallin Bachynski, Calgary
Iowa State — Naz Long, Mississauga, Ont.
Villanova — Dylan Ennis, Brampton, Ont.
Lafayette — Jake Newman, Surrey, B.C.
Providence — Junior Lomomba, Montreal
Dayton — Dyshawn Pierre, Whitby, Ont.
Oklahoma — Dinjiyl Walker, Thornhill, Ont.
Albany — Richard Peters, Pickering, Ont.
Virginia — Marial Shayok, Ottawa
Oregon — Dillon Brooks, Mississauga, Ont.
Harvard — Agunwa Okolie, Ajax, Ont.; Chris Egi, Markham, Ont.; Patrick Steeves, Montreal
Baylor — Kenny Chery, Montreal
Buffalo — Jarryn Skeete, Brampton, Ont.; Rodell Wigginton, Dartmouth, N.S.
Kentucky — Trey Lyles, Saskatoon
New Mexico State — Daniel Mullings, Toronto; Tanveer Bhullar, Toronto; Matthew Taylor, Brampton, Ont.; Jalyn Pennie, Ajax, Ont.; Rashawn Browne, Toronto
Valparaiso — Tevonn Walker, Montreal; Max Joseph, Montreal