Mississauga’s Charvis set to take court with Rogues


Published October 11, 2021 at 11:55 pm

Mississauga's Myles Charvis has joined the Newfoundland Rogues of the American Basketball Association. RYERSON PHOTO

Mississauga’s Myles Charvis has been officially added to the roster of the Newfoundland Rogues.

The 27-year-old point guard joins the Rogues, who will tip off their inaugural season in the American Basketball Association on Nov. 27 against the Elmira, N.Y. Eagles at Miles One Centre in St. John’s Newfoundland.

Charvis comes to the Rogues from the Guelph Nighthawks of the Canadian Elite Basketball League, where he has spent the last three seasons.

The St. Aloysius Gonzaga Secondary School graduate played three season for the Ryerson University Rams, where he helped the men’s team win an Ontario University Athletics title and a silver medal at the U Sports national championship.

Charvis was also named the most valuable player as a senior for the men’s 2018-19 team.

The six-foot Charvis first played at the collegiate level with the Waterloo Warriors, before joining Ryerson.

He was chosen by Guelph in the 2019 CEBL draft and averaged 10 points and just over five assists per game in his first pro season.

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