Musketeers win awards

By: Kyle Tooley ~Staff Writer~ The Xavier Musketeers are in the midst of arguably their best season in school history and the country is starting to take notice. Though Chris Mack’s team would’ve loved to win their first Big East championship, they still secured a No. 2 seed in the NCAA Tournament and have plenty to look forward to heading into March Madness. Though there is still a lot of basketball to be played, many major awards have already been announced for the regular season, and Xavier took home a respectable amount. Trevon Bluiett headlines Xavier’s award winners, as he was … Continue reading Musketeers win awards

Xavier rolls WKU and Wright State

By: Paul Fritschner ~Staff Writer~ Game Summary: The Musketeers had a nice break in between their massive win over Dayton and their tilt on Saturday against Western Kentucky. The team jumped to No. 12 in the Associated Press poll and was looking to avoid a post-success meltdown at the hands of the Hilltoppers. In addition, a good portion of the team contracted a virus, so there was a question as to how ready the team would be for the game. If you are looking for the opposite of a basketball meltdown, look no further than Saturday’s demolition of the over-matched … Continue reading Xavier rolls WKU and Wright State

Busy week for men’s basketball

By: Brent Raines ~Staff Writer~ Just because its season is over does not mean that there are not any updates on the Xavier basketball team. Here are just a few as we begin the countdown to Musketeer Madness: Big Man’s Big Weekend After Xavier’s über-talented and Uber-driving senior center broke into the national conscious with his outstanding game in the Sweet Sixteen against Arizona, Matt Stainbrook got to spend another weekend in the spotlight. Stainbrook was invited to play in April 3’s Reese’s College All-Star Game for graduating seniors at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis. Playing for the East, Stainbrook … Continue reading Busy week for men’s basketball