Opponent: Thomas More (Exhibition)
  Date: Saturday, 11/4/2017
  Time: 4:00:00 PM
Saturday, September 23, 2017

Musketeer Club: Annual Grill Out Featuring Ralph Lee
The Musketeer Club is pleased to announce the 52nd Annual Grill Out on Thursday, September 14. This preseason tradition is a great event to come together with Musketeer Club members and fellow Xavier fanatics. The event will be featuring Xavier Hall of Fame guard, Ralph Lee, as the guest speaker. The cookout event will once against be held at the Evendale Shelter House and is set to run from 5:30 - 9:00 p.m.

Transitioning From Xavier TEAM 95 to TEAM 96!!
How do we meaningfully summarize The Muskies' 2016-2017 season and turn the page to 2017-2018? There were so many twists and turns and obstacles to overcome. The preseason predictions were exceedingly rosey(Top 10 nationally) in many way-too-early prognostications. Two veteran BIGS were gone(James Farr and Jalen Reynolds) and glue guard Myles Davis put himself into eligibility limbo. TEAM 94 had struggled down the stretch especially on defense. The high water mark was achieved in late February at Cintas with a dynamic 90-83 win over #1 Villanova.XU earned a program best #2 NCAA seed,but finished up 3-3 over the final 6 games with that crushing Round of 32 NCAA loss in St Louis to Wisconsin with Bronson Koenig's buzzer beating three pointer proving to be the final dagger.

Xavier Falls to No. 1 Seed Gonzaga in Elite 8 to End Season
The No. 11 seed Xavier Musketeers' magical and surprise run through the NCAA Tournament came to a halt on Saturday night in the Elite 8 as No. 1 seed Gonzaga controlled the game, winning 83-59 at SAP Center in San Jose. The Bulldogs move on to their first Final Four in school history while the Muskies season comes to a close, finishing with a 24-14 overall record. Xavier was led by J.P. Macura who scored a team-high 18 points and grabbed five rebounds. The Zags were led by Nigel Williams-Goss who notched a game-high 23 points. Despite the Muskies season coming to a close sooner than they would have liked, they have have a lot to be proud of having won three games over higher seeded teams in the Big Dance including victories against No. 6 seed Maryland, No. 3 seed Florida St, and No. 2 seed Arizona.

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Lady Muskies Fall in Big East Tournament Opening Round
Butler's Michelle Weaver hit the game-winning shot with seven seconds left on the clock to upset No. 7 seed Xavier, 68-66, on Saturday afternoon at the Al McGuire Center. The No. 10 seed Bulldogs knocked off the Musketeers for the second time in as many seasons at the BIG EAST Tournament.

Lady Muskies Edged By GTown
Xavier women's basketball dropped it fourth straight game on Friday night, falling to Georgetown, 69-64, in overtime at Cintas Center. The Musketeers moved to 10-9 (2-6 BIG EAST), while Georgetown improved to 11-7 (3-5 BIG EAST).

Lady Muskies Pick Up Win Over Seton Hall
Senior guard Raeshaun Gaffney scored a career-high 33 points on Wednesday night, leading the Xavier women's basketball team to a 72-64 win over Seton Hall at Cintas Center. Xavier improved to 10-5 (2-2 BIG EAST), while Seton Hall dropped to 8-6 (1-2 BIG EAST). The win over the Pirates marked the first in program history for the Musketeers as they moved to 1-6 in the all-time series.

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