By Jake Geiger, Staff Writer After a rainy, delay-filled Players Championship that finished Monday night, Australian golfer Cameron Smith came out on top after finishing at 13 under par. He birdied the first five holes and finished a stellar six under par for the final round to finish one stroke ahead of runner-up Anirban Lahiri. Smith’s win earned him a paycheck of $3.6 million for the weekend. It is the fourth and biggest win of Smith’s young career. At 28 years old, Smith now ranks the 10th best golfer in the world. He also grappled with some adversity on the … Continue reading Cameron Smith wins 2022 Players Championship
Andy Fleming and Xavier mutually agreed to part ways after 12 years By Jake Geiger, Staff Writer Men’s soccer Head Coach Andy Fleming and Xavier University mutually agreed to part ways after 12 successful seasons. Fleming had an overall record of 118-77-33. These records are program bests in Xavier men’s soccer history. He also was awarded the Big East Coach of the Year in 2014 after the team went 15-6-2 and were Big East runner-ups. He also advanced to a Sweet 16 that season. Fleming has coached 13 Major League Soccer players, been recognized multiple times as Coach of the … Continue reading Men’s soccer parts with Fleming
The team lost to Creighton before picking up a road win against PC By Jake Geiger, Staff Writer Xavier women’s basketball had a disappointing start to the weekend against Creighton but capitalized with a win on the road as they defeated the Providence Friars to earn their third conference victory. The Musketeers traveled to Omaha, Neb. to face the Creighton Blue Jays and were defeated 68-47 to drop to 7-16 and 2-12 in Big East play. The Musketeers were only down four at the half, but were outscored by 17 points in the second half. Xavier had two players score … Continue reading Xavier women’s basketball goes 1-1
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