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Fri Feb 24
Final
56 Bishop McNamara
70 at Paul VI Catholic
Paul VI Catholic
Fri Feb 24
Final
54 St. Mary's Ryken
64 at St. John's College
Gallagher Gym (St. John's)
Sun Feb 26
Final
55 DeMatha Catholic
59 at Paul VI Catholic
Bender Arena (American University)
Sun Feb 26
Final
33 St. John's College
66 at Gonzaga College
Bender Arena (American University)
Mon Feb 27
Final
68 Gonzaga College
55 at Paul VI Catholic
Bender Arena (American University)
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WCAC Well Represented in the Men's NCAA Championship Basketball Tournament

Former Gonzaga superstar, Kris Jenkins (pictured), is just one of many WCAC Boy's Basketball Alumni competing in this year's NCAA Championship Tournament.
Former Gonzaga superstar, Kris Jenkins (pictured), is just one of many WCAC Boy's Basketball Alumni competing in this year's NCAA Championship Tournament.

The WCAC will be well represented when the NCAA Men's Basketball Championship Tournament gets underway this week.

 

Gonzaga leads the way with four young men on four different colleges, including last year's star of the tournament, Kris Jenkins '12, who made the game winning shot that gave Villanova the NCAA Men's Championship.  Other particpating players include, Bryant Crawford '15 (Wake Forest), Charles Glover '12 (Mount St. Mary's), and Sam Miller '15 (Dayton).

 

Paul VI Catholic and St. John's both have two players in the tournament.  PVI has V.J. King '16 (Louisville) and Stanford Robinson '13 (Rhode Island) playing; and St. John's has Anthony Cowan '16 (Maryland) and Jeffrey Dowtin, Jr '16 (Rhode Island).

 

Bishop O'Connell and St. Mary's Ryken both have one alumni in the tournament.  O'Connell's Melo Trimble '14 (Maryland) and Ryken's Nick Fullard '14 (Virginia Tech) hope to compete for a National Championship over the next few weeks.

 

Even though DeMatha has no players in the tournament, they do have five coaches that will be leading their teams at the NCAA Tournament; Mike Brey '77 (Notre Dame), Rod Balanis '88 (Notre Dame), Perry Clark '70 (South Carolina), Ron Everhart '80 (West Virginia), and Mike Pegues '96 (Xavier).

 

Click HERE to follow the NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament game by game on the NCAA March Madness site.