Now-former Columbia University rising freshman forward Myles Hanson announced via Twitter Thursday he planned to transfer to the Musketeers program.
by: Jace Evans, USA TODAY — Cincinnati Enquirer 8 Jun
The final minutes of Game 5 created one of the crazier moments in Stanley Cup Final history: the clock froze, leaving fans in the arena and watching on TV unable to tell how much time remained.
by: Martin Rogers, USA TODAY — Cincinnati Enquirer 8 Jun
Some of the World Cup's top teams in upset danger in the group stage include Brazil, Germany and England.
by: A.J. Perez and Christal Hayes, USA TODAY — Cincinnati Enquirer 8 Jun
Massive crowds transformed city streets in downtown Washington into complete pandemonium as Capitals fans united outside Capital One Arena to mark their first Stanley Cup in franchise history.
by: Patrick Brennan, firstname.lastname@example.org — Cincinnati Enquirer 30 May
Now-former Xavier basketball commitment Samari Curtis has reopened his recruitment.
by: Patrick Brennan, email@example.com — Cincinnati Enquirer 23 May
The latest Coach Mack's Corner was launched in fulfillment of the foundation's pledge to keep money donated locally within Cincinnati.
by: Patrick Brennan, firstname.lastname@example.org — 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: Tom Schad, USA TODAY Sports — Cincinnati Enquirer 17 May
A 25-year-old Dallas man was arrested after masquerading as a 17-year-old Hurricane Harvey refugee to play for a high school basketball team, according to multiple reports.
by: Jorge L. Ortiz, USA TODAY Sports — Cincinnati Enquirer 17 May
The Matt Harvey puzzle remains unsolved, as the former Met shows glimpses of hope amid a whole lot of struggles.
by: Bob Nightengale, USA TODAY Sports — Cincinnati Enquirer 17 May
Josh Hader has emerged as perhaps the Milwaukee Brewers' most integral player - and epitomizes the multi-inning relief weapon.
by: Scott Gleeson, USA TODAY Sports — Cincinnati Enquirer 17 May
New Orleans Saints QB Drew Brees surprised California high school quarterback Alex Ruiz last week by giving Ruiz his first prosthetic leg. Ruiz had his left leg amputated below the knee in February after a severe knee injury from a football game.