Selection Sunday is done and dusted, so we now know which teams are taking part in college basketball's March Madness.
Alabama earned the No. 1 overall seed, and were joined by Houston, Purdue, and Kansas as the four No. 1 teams across the 2023 bracket.
Of course, Australians are stretched across the college basketball landscape, and there are 10 who will have the chance to compete in the big dance and fight for a national championship.
Here are those Australians whose teams made the cut, and what to expect as we progress through March.
Tyrese Proctor - Duke (5; East)
Proctor on the Blue Devils is probably the Australian worth watching the most closely over this month. The Sydney-native has started in the backcourt all season for Jon Scheyer's team, and his game has improved as his campaign has progressed. The 6'5 combo guard averages 9.3 points, 3.1 rebounds, and 3.2 assists per game, and has shown really impressive flashes on the defensive end over the course of the season. Duke's First Round matchup will be against Oral Roberts.
Alex Ducas, Kyle Bowen, Harry Wessels, Rory Hawke - Saint Mary's (5; West)
Saint Mary's fell to Gonzaga in the West Coast Conference Tournament final but still managed to earn a No. 5 seed after an impressive regular season. Of the trio of West Australians on the roster, Ducas is the one to keep an eye on, with the wing averaging 12.5 points per game, while shooting an impressive 41.8 percent from downtown. Ducas is joined by fellow senior, Kyle Bowen, in the Gaels' starting lineup - the big-man averaging 5.3 points and 7.2 rebounds a game - while freshman centre Harry Wessels plays limited minutes off the bench. Rory Hawke is signed to Saint Mary's for next season, but has been with the team for the back half of this campaign.
Sean Barstow - Utah State (10; South)
Utah State will open their NCAA Tournament campaign with a First Round matchup against Missouri, and Bairstow projects to be a big part of their run. The athletic wing has started all season for the Aggies, averaging 10.4 points and 5.1 rebounds a game.
Harrison Hornery - USC (10; East)
Hornery, a sophomore big-man out of Queensland, has splayed spot minutes off the bench this season for USC - averaging 1.4 points and 1.0 rebounds a game - who'll face the No. 7 seed Michigan State in the First Round of March Madness.
Reyne Smith - Charleston (12; South)
If there's both an Australian and a team that could emerge as a dark horse over this NCAA Tournament, it's Reyne Smith and his Charleston Cougars. Charleston earned an automatic berth to the tournament by winning the CAA Championship, and Tasmania's Smith played a big role in that. Smith dropped 20 points in the conference semifinals to help guide his team into the finals, and his three-point shooting outburst are the type of thing that can win games in March Madness. The sophomore guard averaged 10.9 points per game over the season, shooting 34.5 percent on 7.8 three-point attempts a contest. Charleston will open their NCAA Tournament campaign against San Diego State.
Daniel Foster - Nevada (11; West, First Four)
Melbourne's Daniel Foster has been a staple in Nevada's rotation over the season, with the wing averaging 1.5 points and 1.9 rebounds per game. The Wolf Pack will be part of the tournament's First Four action, facing Arizona State for a chance to be the No. 11 seed.
Leyi Adebayo - Princeton (15; South)
Adebayo, a junior wing out of Melbourne, isn't expected to hit the floor for Princeton, who have a tough matchup against Arizona in the First Round of the tournament.