Xavier Musketeers men’s basketball

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    The Xavier Musketeers men’s basketball team represents Xavier University in Cincinnati, Ohio.

    The faculty’s team currently competes in the Big East Conference. Of Division I programs however to create a last 4, Xavier has the most all-time tournament wins with 27. Xavier has appeared in the NCAA Tournament 27 times, 15 times in the previous 17 decades. On March 11, 2018, Xavier made its first ever No. 1 seed for the NCAA Tournament.
    Xavier won four Atlantic 10 Tournament Championships (1998, 2002, 2004 and 2006). Xavier has won or shared 17 regular season conference championships, while winning 9 conference tournament championships. Additionally, they have won one Big East Conference regular season title in 2018.
    Xavier has been listed among the top-20 most precious college basketball programs in the US.
    The first Xavier Basketball game on record was February 20, 1920 in the Fenwick Club in Cincinnati. Coached by Joe Meyer, the Musketeers compiled a 94–52 record during Meyer’s’s 13-year conduct as head trainer from 1920 to 1933. The Musketeer’s success lasted under second head coach Clem Crowe. During Crowe’s 10 years since Xavier head coach, Xavier compiled a listing of 96–78. Crowe’s 96 wins as a head coach rank fourth all time among Xavier head trainers. [5] Following the 1942–43 season, play was suspended for the subsequent two seasons due to World War II. In 1945, the program declared under the leadership of head coach Ed Burns. In his one season as head coach, Burns compiled a list of 3–16.
    Back in 1946, Burns was replaced by Lew Hirt. Underneath Hirt, the Musketeers first postseason appearance was at the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) during the 1948 NAIA National Basketball Tournament, the national championship for small colleges. Xavier ended in 4th place, losing to Hamline University in the nationwide third-place game, 58–59. 1948 was the only season Xavier appeared in the NAIA Tournament.
    In 1951, Hirt has been replaced as head trainer by Ned Wulk. Wulk guided the Musketeers to National Invitational Tournament appearances in 1956 and 1957. The 1956 appearance marked Xavier’s initial NIT triumph, an 84–80 success over Saint Louis.
    After a loss to Bradley in the 1957 NIT, Wulk was replaced as head trainer from Jim McCafferty. McCafferty led the Musketeers back to some third straight NIT in 1958. With wins over Niagara, Bradley, St. Bonaventure and Dayton, Xavier seized the NIT. That was the first postseason championship obtained by any Ohio Division I school.
    Back in 1961, McCafferty led Xavier to their first appearance in the NCAA Men’s Division I Basketball Tournament. On March 14, 1961, Xavier fell to Morehead State at the Kentucky State Fairgrounds in Louisville, Kentucky.
    McCafferty has been replaced as head coach in 1963. He would be followed by Don Ruberg (1963–67), George Krajack (1967–71), Dick Campbell (1971–73) and Tay Baker (1973–79).
    In 1979, Xavier was one of the charter members of the Midwestern City Conference (nicknamed the MCC or Midwestern City , also currently known as the Horizon League), which also included Butler, Evansville, Loyola (Chicago), Oklahoma City, and Oral Roberts. That year also marked the hiring of head coach Bob Staak, who gathered an 88–86 list during his six seasons as head coach, including a return to both the NCAA Tournament and NIT.

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