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Xavier Musketeers Photos

Xavier Musketeers Photos

  1. Xavier men's basketball head coach Travis Steele sits for a television interview following a news conference at the Cintas Center, Wednesday, April 4, 2018, in Cincinnati. Xavier stuck to custom and promoted from within to replace coach Chris Mack, hiring top assistant Travis Steele on Saturday as its 18th head coach. The move came four days after Mack a former Musketeer player who is the winningest coach in school history left to coach Louisville. The 36-year-old Steele has been an assistant at Xavier for 10 seasons, including the last nine under Mack.(AP Photo/John Minchillo)

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    Xavier men's basketball head coach Travis Steele speaks during a news conference at the Cintas Center, Wednesday, April 4, 2018, in Cincinnati. Xavier stuck to custom and promoted from within to replace coach Chris Mack, hiring top assistant Travis Steele on Saturday as its 18th head coach. The move came four days after Mack a former Musketeer player who is the winningest coach in school history left to coach Louisville. The 36-year-old Steele has been an assistant at Xavier for 10 seasons, including the last nine under Mack.(AP Photo/John Minchillo)

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  2. Xavier University's athletic director Greg Christopher, left, shakes hands with the men's basketball head coach Travis Steele, right, speaks during a news conference at the Cintas Center, Wednesday, April 4, 2018, in Cincinnati. Xavier stuck to custom and promoted from within to replace coach Chris Mack, hiring top assistant Travis Steele on Saturday as its 18th head coach. The move came four days after Mack a former Musketeer player who is the winningest coach in school history left to coach Louisville. The 36-year-old Steele has been an assistant at Xavier for 10 seasons, including the last nine under Mack.(AP Photo/John Minchillo)

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    Xavier University's athletic director Greg Christopher introduces the new men's basketball head coach Travis Steele during a news conference at the Cintas Center, Wednesday, April 4, 2018, in Cincinnati. Xavier stuck to custom and promoted from within to replace coach Chris Mack, hiring top assistant Travis Steele on Saturday as its 18th head coach. The move came four days after Mack a former Musketeer player who is the winningest coach in school history left to coach Louisville. The 36-year-old Steele has been an assistant at Xavier for 10 seasons, including the last nine under Mack. (AP Photo/John Minchillo)

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  3. Father Michael J. Graham, president of Xavier University, right, shakes hands with the new men's basketball head coach Travis Steele, left, during a news conference at the Cintas Center, Wednesday, April 4, 2018, in Cincinnati. Xavier stuck to custom and promoted from within to replace coach Chris Mack, hiring top assistant Travis Steele on Saturday as its 18th head coach. The move came four days after Mack a former Musketeer player who is the winningest coach in school history left to coach Louisville. The 36-year-old Steele has been an assistant at Xavier for 10 seasons, including the last nine under Mack.(AP Photo/John Minchillo)

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    Father Michael J. Graham, president of Xavier University, celebrates before the introduction of men's basketball head coach Travis Steele during a news conference at the Cintas Center, Wednesday, April 4, 2018, in Cincinnati. Xavier stuck to custom and promoted from within to replace coach Chris Mack, hiring top assistant Travis Steele on Saturday as its 18th head coach. The move came four days after Mack a former Musketeer player who is the winningest coach in school history left to coach Louisville. The 36-year-old Steele has been an assistant at Xavier for 10 seasons, including the last nine under Mack.(AP Photo/John Minchillo)

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  4. Xavier men's basketball head coach Travis Steele speaks during a news conference at the Cintas Center, Wednesday, April 4, 2018, in Cincinnati. Xavier stuck to custom and promoted from within to replace coach Chris Mack, hiring top assistant Travis Steele on Saturday as its 18th head coach. The move came four days after Mack a former Musketeer player who is the winningest coach in school history left to coach Louisville. The 36-year-old Steele has been an assistant at Xavier for 10 seasons, including the last nine under Mack.(AP Photo/John Minchillo)

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    Xavier men's basketball head coach Travis Steele, left, speaks during a news conference at the Cintas Center, Wednesday, April 4, 2018, in Cincinnati. Xavier stuck to custom and promoted from within to replace coach Chris Mack, hiring top assistant Travis Steele on Saturday as its 18th head coach. The move came four days after Mack a former Musketeer player who is the winningest coach in school history left to coach Louisville. The 36-year-old Steele has been an assistant at Xavier for 10 seasons, including the last nine under Mack.(AP Photo/John Minchillo)

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  5. Xavier men's basketball head coach Travis Steele speaks during a news conference at the Cintas Center, Wednesday, April 4, 2018, in Cincinnati. Xavier stuck to custom and promoted from within to replace coach Chris Mack, hiring top assistant Travis Steele on Saturday as its 18th head coach. The move came four days after Mack a former Musketeer player who is the winningest coach in school history left to coach Louisville. The 36-year-old Steele has been an assistant at Xavier for 10 seasons, including the last nine under Mack.(AP Photo/John Minchillo)

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    Xavier men's basketball head coach Travis Steele speaks during a news conference at the Cintas Center, Wednesday, April 4, 2018, in Cincinnati. Xavier stuck to custom and promoted from within to replace coach Chris Mack, hiring top assistant Travis Steele on Saturday as its 18th head coach. The move came four days after Mack a former Musketeer player who is the winningest coach in school history left to coach Louisville. The 36-year-old Steele has been an assistant at Xavier for 10 seasons, including the last nine under Mack.(AP Photo/John Minchillo)

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