The Mack Family Foundation introduced a new Coach Mack's Corner at Ethel M. Taylor Academy on Tuesday, May 23.
by: Shannon Russell — The Athletic 20 May
CINCINNATI – Former Xavier star Semaj Christon was back in town Friday for a charity basketball game and says he has his eyes set on a return to the NBA.
by: Missourian Staff — Columbia Missourian 18 May
The Missouri basketball team did not see the last of Xavier in the Tigers' losses to the Musketeers in November of 2015 and '16.
by: Cameron Teague Robinson Columbia Daily Tribune — Columbia Tribune 17 May
The Missouri men’s basketball program announced Thursday that a two-year home-and-home series with Xavier will begin next season.Missouri will host the Musketeers, who are led by new coach Travis Steele, Dec. 18 to begin the series. The Tigers will then..
by: Patrick Brennan, email@example.com — Cincinnati Enquirer 17 May
Let the anticipation begin to bubble up: Come autumn, Travis Steele will lead the Xavier Musketeers onto the court for the first time as head coach against IUPUI.
by: Rob Dauster — NBC Sports: College Basketball Talk 17 May
I have a better idea: Expand it to 76 teams. Hear me out.
by: Dave Matter St. Louis Post-Dispatch — St. Louis Post-Dispatch 17 May
Tigers set to host defending Big East champions in December.
by: Aaron Reiss — The Kansas City Star 17 May
The Missouri and Xavier men’s basketball programs have agreed to a home-and-home series that will start next season. The first game will be Dec. 18 in Columbia. The Tigers will play at Cincinnati during the 2019-20 season, on Nov. 12, 2019.
by: N/A — NCAA: Mizzou Athletics 17 May
COLUMBIA, Mo. – Mizzou Men's Basketball will square off with Big East power Xavier next season at Mizzou Arena on Dec. 18, 2018, as announced by the programs on Thursday. The Tigers are scheduled to travel to Cincinnati, Ohio, in a return trip on Nov. 12,
by: N/A — Go Xavier 17 May
CINCINNATI --- Xavier University Athletics announced the 2018-19 men's basketball non-conference schedule.
by: Shannon Russell — The Athletic 17 May
CINCINNATI – Xavier plucked a highly sought men’s basketball recruit out of Georgia on Wednesday as four-star prospect Elias King announced plans to join the Musketeers’ Class of 2019.
by: Scott Phillips — NBC Sports: College Basketball Talk 17 May
by: Martin Rogers, USA TODAY Sports — Cincinnati Enquirer 16 May