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Posts Tagged ‘Musketeers.’

Oral Roberts upsets #8 Xavier in Cincinnati

 

(courtesy of ORU via wikipedia commons)

Dominique Morrison (courtesy of ORU athletics)

There are not too many college basketball teams who can claim stake to having won a basketball game at the Cintas Center in Cincinnati. Even the Dayton Flyers, Xavier’s chief arch-rival, who plays there every year, has never won at the Cintas Center.

It is the home of the Xavier Musketeers.

The Oral Roberts University Golden Eagles can say they won in the 11-year-old building.

Dominique Morrison scored 19 points to lead ORU over previously unbeaten Xavier, 64-42. The Musketeers had no rhythm in their play because they were missing three of its starters who were suspended.

The Golden Eagles (8-4) are a very experienced team starting three seniors and two juniors.

The 8-1 Musketeers were without star point guard Tu Holloway, shooting guard Mark Lyons and freshman forward Dez Wells who are the team’s top scorers. The trio were suspended for their part in a brawl eight days ago against the Cincinnati Bearcats.

Cintas Center at Xavier (photo by Nick Juhasz via wikipedia commons)

Cintas Center Floor (courtesy of Xavier athletics)

 

Info compiled from Oral  Roberts University & Xavier Musketeers news

Xavier star out of basketball opener

 

Tu Holloway (courtesy of Xavier athletics)

Xavier will have to do without their star player for one game.

Senior point guard Tu Holloway will have to sit out the Musketeers season opener due to a secondary violation of NCAA rules limiting summer league basketball games.

Holloway is the best player in the Atlantic 10 Conference.

 

Info compiled from Xavier athletics, Radio & TV news

Xavier suspends 7-foot center Frease indefinitely

 

Kenny Frease on a power-slam! (courtesy of Xavier sports information)

Xavier head basketball coach saying that Kenny Frease “did not fulfill all the responsibilities of a Xavier basketball player” has suspended the 7-foot center indefinitely.

Frease, a preseason second-team selection in the Atlantic 10, averaged 11.7 points and 7.1 rebounds last season.

The Musketeers, always a threat to win the A-10, has won or shared the last five regular-season titles. They were the unanimous choice as the preseason #1 favorite in the conference.

Xavier gives Mack long-term deal

 

Chris Mack (courtesy of Xavier athletics)

Xavier University in Cincinnati is taking care of one of their own.

Former basketball star and current head coach Chris Mack has been given a new contract that will run through the 2017-2018 season.

Mack led the Musketeers to the Atlantic 10 regular-season titles and NCAA appearances in both of his seasons as head coach.

He was selected as the Atlantic 10′s coach of the year after last season.

 

compiled from Xavier athletics. Radio & TV news

Xavier men’s basketball team gains A-10 coach, player of year honors

Photos courtesy of Xavier athletics

Tu Holloway

Chris Mack (courtesy of Xavier athletics)

Xavier guard Tu Holloway was named the men’s Atlantic 10 Conference Player of the Year by the coaches in the conference.

His coach, Chris Mack, a Xavier alumnus, who led the Musketeers to the regular season championship, was the coach of the year.

The 41-year-old Mack, is 50-16 and 28-3 in the A-10 regular season play.

Holloway, a junior, is in the top two in the A-10 in three major categories: scoring at 20.3 ppg, (first in A-10 and 20th in the nation), assists at 5.6 apg (second in the A-10) and free throw percentage (second at .871).

courtesy of Xavier & Atlantic 10 Conference news

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