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
By: Tim Wilmes While most of us went back home or visited family over Winter Break, Xavier’s men’s and women’s basketball players were competing against tough opponents and opening up their Big East conference schedules. If you couldn’t watch the games due to traveling or lack of network access, or if you decided to watch Netflix all break, don’t worry: here’s a quick recap to help you catch up on what you might have missed in the world of Xavier sports. Men’s Basketball The men’s basketball team posted a remarkable 5-1 record (3-1 Big East) over Winter Break and had … Continue reading In case you missed it: a recap of XU sports over Winter Break
By: Nick McGill After much rearranging, there is a new slate of competition in the revamped Big East conference. This will be a totally new look for Xavier women’s basketball as it was part of the Atlantic 10 (A-10) conference since 1995. This year will begin a new era of competition for Xavier this year and for future Musketeers. With 18 games of conference play, the women’s basketball team will face many new opponents. The only team to move from the A-10 with Xavier is Butler, who was a member of the A-10 conference for one year. Needless to say, … Continue reading Big East teams to watch and names to know
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