KW Titans 2018-19 roster coming soon!

Kyle Arseneault

Position: SF/PF


HT: 6'5"


WT: 215


College: Acadia University, U Sports – ‘17


Home Town:
 Fredericton, New Brunswick

Darren Duncan

Position: PG


HT: 6'0"


WT: 175


College: Merrimack College, NCAA DII – ‘10


Home Town:
 Queens, New York

 

Derek Hall

Position: PF/C


HT: 7'0"

WT: 230


College: Albright College, NCAA DIII – ‘12


Home Town:
 Northampton, Pennsylvania

Ed Horton

Position: PG/SG


HT: 6'3"


WT: 195


College: Murray State University, NCAA DI - '07


 

Home Town:
 Shreveport, Louisiana

 

Denzel James

Position: PG/SG


HT: 6'3"


WT: 200


College: MacEwan University, U Sports – ‘17


Home Town:
Edmonton, Alberta

 

Greg Morrow

Position: SG/SF

 

HT: 6'4"

 

WT: 210

 

College: Western University, U Sports – ‘16

 

Home Town: London, Ontario

Anthony Myles

Position: SG/SF


HT: 6'5"


WT: 205


College: Rider University, NCAA DI – ’14


Home Town:
 Dover, Delaware

 

Dominic Phillips

Position: PG


HT: 5'11"


WT: 190


College: West Virginia State University, NCAA DII – ‘15


Home Town:
 Woodbridge, Virginia

Tramar Sutherland

Position: SG/SF


HT: 6'3"


WT: 200


College: University of Arkansas at Little Rock, NCAA DI – ‘12


Home Town:
Toronto, Ontario

 

Nigel Tyghter

Position: PF/C


HT: 6'7"


WT: 250


College: University of Windsor, U Sports – ‘09


Home Town:


 Brampton, Ontario

About The KW Titans

The Kitchener-Waterloo Titans Basketball Club is a member of the National Basketball League of Canada (NBLC), Canada's only professional men's basketball league. Founded in 2016 by the ownership group comprised of Ball Construction and local entrepreneur, Leon Martin. This group was dedicated to bringing professional basketball to the Kitchener-Waterloo region.  The KW Titans franchise will tip off its second season with home games at the legendary Kitchener Memorial Auditorium.

 

The KW Titans empower aspiring basketball players in Canada and the United States to continue their playing career in a professional setting, and aim to improve the lives of Kitchener-Waterloo Region’s youth through the development and exposure of professional basketball.