By: Kyle Isaacs ~Staff Writer~ The Xavier men’s baseball team traveled to Maryland this past weekend to compete in its first Big East series in the program’s history. The Musketeers finished the series off in grand fashion, sweeping the Georgetown Hoyas in three games. The series victory moves the Musketeers’ record to 16-13 on the season and 3-0 in conference play. In the final game on April 6, Xavier defeated the Hoyas 11-6 behind four RBIs from junior Joe Forney. Forney collected three hits in five plate appearances and also scored a run. The Musketeers got on the board first … Continue reading Baseball handles Hoyas
By: Mike Clark ~Staff Writer~ The third annual Muskies Awards showcased the best of Xavier’s students, advisors and student-led organizations during the 2013-14 school year. The Muskies, which were held on March 26, gave many great awards to students and organizations this year. Among those awards were seven individual awards and 10 organization awards. The voting process included a nomination by faculty, staff and students for any student or organization they thought were deserving of the award described. Many of these awards were jointly given. The goal of the Muskies is to give back and to congratulate. … Continue reading Xavier celebrates Muskie Awards
By: Kyle Isaacs ~Staff Writer~ The Xavier women’s basketball team began its season with a splash, though the breaking news story was not ideal for the Musketeers. Less than one month prior to the start of the 2013-14 campaign, head coach Amy Waugh resigned from her position, forcing then-assistant coach Brian Neal to assume head coaching duties. Neal was initially tagged as the interim coach but was named the full-time coach on Nov. 7. Three days later, the Musketeers tipped off their season with a loss at Ohio University, which proved to be a sign of things to come for … Continue reading Tough season for women’s basketball comes to an end
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