2019 ScheduleAll times ET
- 11/6W 82-69
- 11/10W 91-85
- 11/13L 77-68
- 11/198L 88-79
- 11/20L 79-74
- 11/21W 83-74
- 11/28W 82-55
- 12/1W 73-63
- 12/5W 82-61
- 12/8L 62-47
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Jarron Cumberland scored 19 points, and Cincinnati used its front-line advantage to shut down Xavier's inside game and beat its crosstown rival 62-47 on Saturday.
- Xavier, UF, UConn to play '19 Charleston Classic
- Gates' exit leaves Xavier minus 5 top players
- Xavier promotes assistant Steele to head coach
- Sources: Louisville, Mack agree to 7-year deal
Paul Scruggs scored 21 points and had a career-high eight assists Wednesday night, steadying Xavier's illness-depleted lineup to its fourth straight victory, 82-61 over Ohio.
Naji Marshall scored 14 points and Tyrique Jones, Ryan Welage and Zach Hankins each scored 11 lifting Xavier past Oakland 73-63 on Saturday afternoon in Cintas Center.
Tyrique Jones scored 13 points as part of his second double-double of the season, and Naji Marshall added 17 as Xavier pulled away to an 82-55 victory over Miami of Ohio on Wednesday night.
Quentin Goodin scored 15 points, Elias Harden added 14 and Xavier dominated the second half to beat Illinois 83-74 in the Maui Invitational seventh-place game on Wednesday night.
Jalen McDaniels scored 25 points, Devin Watson added 21 and San Diego State held off Xavier 79-74 on Tuesday to earn a spot in the Maui Invitational fifth-place game.
Bryce Brown scored 26 points, Jared Harper added 25 and No. 8 Auburn outlasted Xavier 88-79 in overtime to open the Maui Invitational.
Xavier, Miami, Florida, UConn, Missouri State, Penn State, St. Joseph's and Towson will all play in the 2019 Charleston Classic, it was announced Thursday.
Ethan Happ followed his triple-double in Wisconsin's opener with another dominant performance Tuesday night, getting 30 points and 13 rebounds as the Badgers pulled away to a 77-68 victory over Xavier in the Gavitt Tipoff Games.
Paul Scruggs had a career-high 24 points, Tyrique Jones added a career-high 20 rebounds and tied his career high with 19 points and Xavier held off Evansville 91-85 on Saturday.
Newcomer Ryan Welage scored 21 of his 24 points in the second half on Tuesday night, and Xavier blew an 18-point lead before rallying for an 82-69 victory over IUPUI in Travis Steele's debut as the Musketeers coach.
The question appears to be simple in the Big East this season: Can anyone challenge Villanova for the conference crown?
Are big things ahead for Chris Mullin and St. John's? How will Xavier handle a coaching change? Will Nova take a step back?
Xavier lost head coach Chris Mack. Marquette has to prove it can defend. Georgetown and St. John's are both unproven. That leaves Villanova all alone atop the Big East.
The Musketeers are now without five top players from the team that won the Big East Conference regular-season title last season.
Xavier has promoted longtime assistant Travis Steele to replace Chris Mack as the Musketeers' head coach. Steele, 36, has been at Xavier for 10 seasons, including the last two as associate head coach.
Points Per Game76.1
Rebounds Per Game36.8
Assists Per Game13.6