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MN Player Helps Lift Harvard Over New Mexico In NCAA Upset

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MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – The NCAA Tournament is already giving people a lot to talk about, and it’s also busting a lot of brackets.

But the biggest upset of the day came with the help of a young man from Golden Valley, Minn.

Guard Siyani Chambers, who graduated from Hopkins High School last year, helped 14-seeded Harvard upset number 3 seed New Mexico on Thursday.

Almost nobody saw that upset coming.

Chambers played the entire 40 minutes and scored 5 points in Harvard’s 68-62 win over New Mexico.

Harvard advanced to play Arizona on Saturday night.

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